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High School/Middle School

  • Lady Raiders softball brings back wins from Grant County

    After getting knocked from the All “A” Classic by Walton-Verona, the Lady Raiders regrouped and nearly brought home a win Thursday against Simon Kenton, but the Lady Pioneers picked up a two-run homer late in the sixth to seal Trimble’s fate in a 10-9 loss.

    There wasn’t much rest time though as the girls played against Cooper and Grant County on Saturday. The Lady Raiders found themselves the victors in both games with scores of 8-3 and 10-8, respectively.

  • Carroll hands Raiders baseball team an early defeat

    The neighboring county rivalry between the Carroll County Panthers and the Trimble County Raiders took on extra meaning for both teams Thursday night.

    Of the hitters for the Panthers in the game, Zack Clifford, Landry Kelton, Logan Rodgers and Luke Staley had previously donned the blue-and-gold trimmed uniforms for the Raiders last season. David Duncan and Chris Perkinson were also former Raiders in the 2016 season.

    And it was indeed those former Raiders that came up with the large plays when it counted Thursday, leading Carroll to a runaway 13-0 victory.

  • Junior high Raiders prevent Walton-Verona from getting a shutout win

    Before the Trimble County junior high Raiders could even get an at bat Saturday afternoon, the Walton-Verona Bearcats had already put them in a hole by six runs. The tale remained the same by the time the fifth inning had concluded and the Bearcats left town with a 20-4 victory.

  • Raiders baseball struggles with Bearcats in foul weather Monday

    The Raiders opened the first round of the All “A” Classic at home Monday evening against the Walton-Verona Bearcats.

    The first time the teams faced off this season was April 1, when the Bearcats walked away after three innings with a 15-0 win. Less than a week later, a chance to continue playing in the tournament bracket was on the line.

  • Lady Raiders fall in first round to foe Walton-Verona

    When the Lady Raiders completed an early season scrimmage against the Walton-Verona Bearcats, they sent their northern Kentucky foe back home with a loss, limiting the team to three runs. As luck would have it, the Bearcats returned the favor against the Lady Raiders, eliminating them from the Eighth Region All “A” Classic in the first round Monday night at Walton-Verona, 8-3.

  • Baseball falls in close encounter with Gallatin

    BY JACOB BLAIR

    The Trimble Banner

    The Raiders started its matchup strong with the Gallatin County Wildcats, garnering an early lead. However, as the night set in Gallatin would prove to be a formidable foe as they defeated Trimble 10-8.

    Trimble had put a few runs on the board and was leading Gallatin County by one until the fourth inning.

  • Junior high Lady Raiders bounce back from South Oldham's lead

    BY JACOB BLAIR

    The Trimble Banner

    After a fierce top of the second with five runs by the South Oldham Lady Dragons, it looked like they had sealed the deal against the Trimble County junior high Lady Raiders. However as quickly as they had gone up in points on the board, the Lady Raiders had answers and then some, retaking the lead and going on to defeat the Lady Dragons 10-7 Thursday at Lady Raider Field in Bedford.

  • Tennis falls to Oldham

    Trimble lost all 5 courts last Wednesday against Oldham County.

    Oldham County’s Miranda Turner defeated Trimble County’s Hannah Miracle 6-2, 6-2 in first singles.

    Oldham County’s Kaylee Jarrett defeated Trimble County’s Breeanna Sarver 6-0, 6-1 in second singles.

    Oldham County’s Lizzie Scheetz defeated Trimble County’s Michaela Hines 6-1, 6-0 in third singles.

  • Raiders alum returns to the diamond as baseball coach

    In the search for a new baseball coach, the Trimble County Raiders have turned to one of its former players to help continue the program after last year’s retirement of long-time coach Frank Ragland.

    Brent Taylor, a Trimble County alumnus from the Class of 2000, will serve as the program’s new head baseball coach. Taylor brings years of playing experience and community leadership to the role.

  • Lady Raiders fall to Ludlow, suffer close defeat in All 'A' opening round

    A tenacious defensive effort along with second and third attempts on the offensive end during the second half of play were the keys to the Ludlow Lady Panthers’ success in handing host Trimble County a 55-41 loss last Wednesday.