Today's Sports

  • Pretty in Pink
  • Lady Raiders win NCKC...

    The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Lady Raiders wrapped up the North Central Kentucky Conference championship Friday in convincing fashion by overpowering visiting Owen County by a 55-26 score.

  • Raiders celebrate Senior Night...

    The Trimble Banner
    Trimble’s youthful Raiders came through for the team’s two seniors Monday, overpowering Thomas Nelson, 69-42, in the Raiders’ final home appearance of the 2016-17 season.
    “It was a good night for Senior Night. Donovan [Liter] and Adam [Young]both played well,” Trimble coach Stacey May said.

  • Raiders power past Brown

    Trimble County’s young Raider varsity picked up their second win of the season on Wednesday, Jan. 25, topping Brown in a thriller at home, 59-52.
    The Raiders were 19 of 46 from the field for 41 percent and sank 15 of 22 free throw attempts for 68 percent.
    Troy Grieshaber led the Raider offensive attack with 18 points. Evan Stevens had 12 points, Shane Mills 11, Reece Webster 9, Adam Young 6 and Logan Clifford 3.
    Mills was Trimble’s top rebounder with 9 caroms. Clifford and Stevens each pulled down 5 boards and Grieshaber had 4.

  • TCMS cheerleaders take first at...
  • Trimble 43, West Carter 27

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    Trimble’s lady hoopsters squared off against a much younger and smaller team Friday after advancing to the quarterfinal round of the All A Classic. West Carter’s roster included three sophomores, four freshmen, six eighth graders and one seventh grader, with nobody in the lineup stretching a measuring tape past 5’7”.

  • Trimble 35, Presentation 23

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    The Trimble County Lady Raiders opened play in the All A Classic Wednesday morning with a 35-23 defeat of Presentation Academy out of Louisville. The game marked the fourth appearance in the prestigious tournament for small schools for a Trimble County girls’ basketball team.
    The Lady Raiders ran out to a quick 12-5 advantage in the first eight minutes of play behind sharpshooting sophomore Bailey Duke who scored 13 of her game-high 15 points in the first half, including nine points from beyond the three-point arc.

  • A time to play and a time to pray
  • Trimble County High School...

    By Trevor Browning
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Over the weekend, the Trimble County High School cheerleaders experienced an entirely new concept: teaching. This past Saturday the squad held a cheer camp at the high school for the benefit of young girls and, possibly, future cheerleaders in the form of a fundraiser, which also helped to raise money for the squad’s endeavors.

  • Lady Raiders continue to roll