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  • Excessive heat wreaks havoc for...

    The Trimble Banner High school athletic directors are long accustomed to weather conditions playing havoc with sports schedules during the winter and spring months. Snowstorms often create scheduling problems during basketball season. Spring rains often deter baseball, tennis and track events. In many cases athletic directors won’t

  • TCHS boys golf team looks toward...

    Special to The Banner Members of the Trimble County High School boys golf team are excited about the upcoming season. The team finished with a 9-3 conference record last season, and hopes to top that this year. Dylan Staples led the way last year with an average score of 38, followed by Jordan Tingle, who averaged 41 per outing. Wit

  • CCMS opens season with annual...

    Football players were competing for the first time this season under the lights at Panther Field Saturday night, but it was not the high school team out on the grass. Six area schools brought teams to compete in seven games held at the Carroll County Middle School’s third annual Bowlarama, said Carroll County Head Coach Steve Doll. Tw

  • CCHS football looks to improve,...

    When the Carroll County Panthers looked at their upcoming schedule for this season, there may have been the slightest feeling of déjà vu. The team is in its second year of a two-year contract, meaning they will play the same teams in the same order as last year, with the difference being last year’s home games will be aw

  • Lady Panthers win home opener

    Senior leadership guided Carroll County past Williamstown in its home opener Thursday night. The Lady Panthers (1-1) won the first and third games, 25-22 and 25-13, respectively, and lost the second game 17-25.  “I certainly can’t complain,” Head Coach Kristen Arbinger said. “… I thought we passed extremel

  • Trimble players contribute...

    The Henry County 10-Year-Old All Star team, comprised of six players from Trimble County and three from Henry County, went undefeated to win the Summer Heat Baseball Tournament held in Bardstown on the weekend of July 24-25. In pool play on Saturday, the team defeated Shelby County 11-1 and went on to face Fern Creek, where the game was called for time limit. On Sunday, The team

  • First season for Lady Panthers

    The time is finally here. The Carroll County High School Lady Panthers will compete against other all-girl teams for the first time in the soccer program’s history this season. “It was time to grow,” Head Coach Greg Damron said. In previous years, the girls competed on a co-ed team against other co-ed and all-boy teams

  • Panthers set the bar high for...

    Expectations run high from Head Coach Ben Crutcher for his experienced Carroll County High School boys soccer team. The team boasts six seniors, as well as six or seven juniors who have all been playing together since seventh grade under their head coach. This is Crutcher’s eighth year with the soccer program and sixth year as head coac

  • Veterans look to improve on...

    When the Carroll County Lady Panthers open their volleyball season at South Oldham on Tuesday, Aug. 10, there will be several veteran faces in the lineup from last year’s 17-12 team. Gone from last year’s Class A Regional champion squad are Brooke Boles, Valerie White and Katerina Woods to graduation. “We’ll be depen

  • Panther runners look to stay...

    Staying healthy and being competitive are two of the top goals for Carroll County High School Cross Country, according to Head Coach Joe Creager. Last season, the Panthers were unable to field the five girls and five boys required in order to qualify as a competitive team in some of the meets, due to injuries and other factors. “This