Today's Sports

  • Fogle succeeds Ruth Staples as...

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    After eight years of combined experience being a middle school head coach and high school assistant coach, Vanita Fogle was ready to take the reigns as TCHS volleyball head coach after her mentor, Ruth Staples, retired.
    “I love Trimble County volleyball, and I want us to continue to be successful,” she said.

  • Graham Trucking wins HAPO...

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    TRI-CITIES, Wash.--J. Michael Kelly, driver of the U-12 Graham Trucking, started outside of most of the other competitors on the Columbia River Sunday, beat them to the first turn, and ran away to victory in the winner-take-all final heat of the 2017 HAPO Columbia Cup for Unlimited hydroplanes in the Tri-Cities, Washington. The U-3 Grigg’s Ace Hardware finished second, the defending champion U-1 Miss HomeStreet/Miss Madison was third, and the U-9 Les Schwab Tires was fourth.

  • Hydroplane season resumes this...

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    The H1 Unlimited hydroplane fleet will contest the HAPO Columbia Cup on the Columbia River in the Tri-Cities, Wash., this weekend.
    The Tri-Cities event will be the first points race of the season and eight of the big boats are expected to be in attendance.
    With Madison electing to pay H1 for only four boats to compete for the Indiana Governor’s Cup earlier this month, the local race did not earn points races for the hydros which competed in a series of match races and a final.

  • Kentucky requiring protective...

    By Josh Moore
    Lexington Herald-Leader
    Protective face masks will be mandatory for high school softball pitchers, first basemen and third basemen in Kentucky beginning with the 2018 season.
    The KHSAA adopted the new requirement as part of its first organized meeting of the 2017-18 school year in Covington. The change makes Kentucky the first state to require protective headgear in high school softball.

  • ‘Runnin’ Raiders’ gearing up for...

    While most youths stay inside and away from the high temperatures that have been the norm lately in the Ohio River Valley, one local athletic team can still be found “putting in the miles” six days a week around Trimble County and the surrounding parks.

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  • Truex wins Quaker State 400 in...

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    Martin Truex Jr. had the dominant car in the Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series race Saturday at Kentucky Speedway.
    “I think this was probably the best car I’ve ever had in my entire career,” said Truex, who started second and led a race-high 152 laps in the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota. “I can never recall saving fuel and pulling away from everybody before. It was pretty amazing.”


    A series name change, three new events and return appearances at five others highlight the Grand Prix World (GPW) series for 2017.
    Broadening the scope of its racing sphere from the West coast to National and someday International, Grand Prix West has officially become Grand Prix World and web sites, logos, social media sites, decals and signage now bears the new GPW logo.