Today's Sports

  • Raiders baseball gets second win...


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    As the baseball season nears an end, the Raiders were able to add a second win to the team’s record with a 10-9 victory over Eminence on Senior Night May 7.

  • Lady Raiders look for continued...


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    Aside from a pair of losses to the top two teams in the Eighth Region standings, the Lady Raiders softball team is in the midst of a good run with six wins so far for the month of May.

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    Henry County 6

    Emma Ginn picked up Trimble’s lone run against the Ladycats on April 30 in New Castle. Ginn had one hit and Rachael Liter picked up two hits, one of which was a double, and a RBI. Lady Raiders batters were struck out 14 times at the plate.

  • Lady Raiders mercy rule Gallatin...

    After a 7-1 loss at North Oldham on April 15, followed by a 5-4 loss to South Oldham the next day, the Lady Raiders got the bats going and were able to defeat the Gallatin County Lady Wildcats Wednesday, 14-4 after five innings.

  • Trimble competes in NCKC tennis...


    Trimble’s tennis players had a strong showing on the home court Tuesday and Wednesday last week, hosting the North Central Kentucky Conference tennis tournament.

    In the first round for girls singles on Tuesday, Hannah Miracle defeated Gallatin’s Ashton Baxter 6-1, 6-0. Miracle went on that evening to defeat Lloyd Memorial’s Diamonique Barnett 6-0, 6-0.

    Miracle moved on to the semifinals, but was defeated by Walton-Verona’s Aman Dail 6-0, 6-0.

  • Oldham overwhelms Raiders in...

    The Raiders opened district action against Oldham County. However, in both games with the Colonels, the foes from Oldham had closed the door twice, ending both games with shutouts.

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    Oldham 10

    The Colonels were able to overpower the Raiders on the road April 15, where batters were struck out 12 times out of 19 at-bats. The lone hit of the evening came off the bat of Ryan Goody in the top of the fourth inning when he hit a single on a line drive to right field.

  • Lady Raiders softball brings...

    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.

  • Lady Raiders fall in first round...

    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.

  • Raiders baseball struggles with...

    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.

  • Carroll hands Raiders baseball...

    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...

    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.