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Today's Sports

  • Raiders take homecoming win,...

    After Trimble’s win over the North Oldham Mustangs, the Raiders returned home and pulled off a 74-55 victory over the Eminence Warriors.

    Reece Webster, who scored 29 points during the Mustangs matchup, led the Raiders offense again against the Warriors with 28 points. Evan Stevens scored 18 points, Ben Stevens with 11 points, Dylan Jennings five, Ryan Long four, Logan Clifford, Will Kunselman, Austin Cissell and Grant Weaver with two points each.

  • Lady Raiders pick up season...

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders under the direction of head coach Kerrie Stewart picked up its second win of the young basketball season Saturday, claiming a 58-43 victory over the visiting Southwestern Lady Rebels of Hanover, Indiana.

    It was a close contest early with Trimble trailing throughout much of the first half. Southwestern held a 15-13 edge after the first eight minutes of play and although Trimble led briefly 17-15 at the six minute mark in the second quarter the Lady Rebels reclaimed the lead and held a 24-21 advantage at halftime.

  • High-scoring Oldham offense...

    The Trimble County Raiders opened district competition Friday night against the Oldham County Colonels. But the end result left the Raiders thinking about the next step as the Colonels left town with a win, 75-41.

  • Lady Raiders take 1st quarter...

    Trimble County’s Lady Raiders came out of the gate on fire during Friday’s home matchup against 29th District opponent Oldham County, but as many horses who have set an early pace have learned it’s not the first mile that wins the race, it’s the last mile when day is done that tells the story. In the end, Trimble was overwhelmed by the more experienced Lady Colonels, 67-34.

  • Cross-country teams recognized...

    Trimble’s boys’ and girls’ cross-country runners were recognized for participating in the state meet this fall at halftime of Friday’s girls’ varsity basketball game with Oldham County.

  • Trimble Raiders triumph in...

    Raiders head coach Ron Couch has made pride a key point of focus in his coaching strategy.

    “You’ve got to have pride and that means fighting when you’re down,” he said. “When things don’t go your way, you keep going, no matter what you do.”

    As the game’s final seconds ticked off the clock, that pride was evident in the expression on the faces of Raiders athletes and the fans on the home side of the gym for Thursday’s contest against rival Carroll County.

  • Lady Raiders put up fourth...

    It was a bittersweet home opener for the Trimble County Lady Raiders Friday night in that they fell victim to border rivals Carroll County but not before a frenetic final six minutes of play that brought the home team within striking distance. Carroll survived the onslaught to capture a 53-49 win.

  • Raiders fall to Grant County in...

    The hiatus was over as the Trimble County Raiders returned to the court for its season opener Monday night against the Grant County Braves. However, it wasn’t the home opener the Raiders hoped for as Grant County’s offense outpaced the team much of the night, with a 93-52 loss at the final buzzer.

    “I thought we were ready to play but apparently we weren’t and we kind of reverted back to some of our habits where if somebody smacks us in the face, instead of standing up and fighting, we fold,” said head coach Ron Couch.

  • Lady Raiders open season at...

    The 2018-19 high school basketball season has arrived for the Trimble County Lady Raiders who hope to sharply improve on last year’s rebuilding year that concluded with a 2-21 record. Coach Kerrie Stewart’s youthful team opened the new season on the road Monday with a 51-42 loss at Frankfort, a game which the girls “should have” won, Stewart said.

  • Southwestern's Wilson...

    Randy Wilson is no stranger to softball, having been involved with the sport for nearly a decade, watching his daughter move through the ranks.

    “I found a passion and love for it,” Wilson said. “And that’s where we’re at.”

    Wilson was a coach at Southwestern Middle School and moved up as an assistant coach at the varsity level. However, this year, his daughter’s senior year at Southwestern Jefferson County Schools in Hanover, he’s taking a different direction to become the Lady Raiders varsity softball coach.