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Today's Sports

  • Unlimited hydroplanes due at...

    The Hoegh Dubai, carrying the H1 Unlimited Hydroplane fleet, was to arrive in Doha, Qatar on Thursday, Nov. 4 (Friday, Nov. 5 in Qatar), according to the Web site www.h1unlimited.com.

    The hydroplanes are in the Middle East for the Qatar Marine Sports Federation’s 2010 Oryx Cup UIM World Championship. The event will be held November 18-20 on Doha Bay.

  • Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison wins...

    Madison’s city-owned Unlimited hydroplane U-1 Oh Boy! Oberto, driven by Steve David, capped a near-perfect weekend by winning the 60th running of the Indiana Governor’s Cup Race over the July 4th weekend.

     

  • Kentucky Speedway will host...

    With a Sprint Cup race car as a backdrop and surrounded by NASCAR and state government dignitaries, Speedway Motorsports Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bruton Smith announced that Kentucky Speedway will play host to its inaugural 400-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Saturday, July 9, 2011.

  • Panthers close regular season...

    Carroll County overcame a few obstacles en route to a 52-20 blowout win over Dayton for a road win Friday.

    While the final score might indicate an easy game it wasn’t a case of the Panthers totally annihilating their hosts on both ends of the field. Carroll County made some mistakes that Head Coach Mike Weedman and his staff will be looking to correct before the Panthers enter post-season play this Friday.

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  • Runnin' Raiders rock NCKC...

    Trimble County Park was the scene for this year’s North Central Kentucky Conference cross-country championship race, drawing runners from Williamstown, Walton-Verona and Gallatin, Owen, Carroll, Henry and Trimble counties. Traditionally, with several state-ranked a very competitive conference title race, the battle was on between the athletes from those schools. This week was no exc

  • Raiders prevail in Trimble...

    More than 540 athletes ranging from kindergarten to high school seniors competed Saturday, Oct. 9, in the second Trimble County Cross-Country Invitational at Trimble County Park. The athletes represented schools from Lexington, Burgin, Newport, Louisville, Oldham County, Carroll County, Owen County, Gallatin County, Frankfort and Eminence. In a repeat of last year’s invitational, the No.

  • TCHS Raiders reap long-awaited...

    The Trimble Banner The rain may not come to Trimble County anytime soon, but the drought for the Raiders’ football team has finally ended. The Raiders played strong and were rewarded with a 30-20 win against the Bracken County Polar Bears during Friday night’s home game, Oct. 8. It is the first win for the Raiders, who stand at 1-7 for the season. The start of the game, however,

  • KHSAA football districts likely...

    A realignment plan pending final approval by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association would change the local district playoff picture for high school football beginning in 2011. Under the proposal Carroll County would continue to compete in Class 2-A District 5, but only one current district foe would remain after the realignment. Currently, the Panthers are aligned with Owen County, DeSal

  • Soccer ties Owen on Senior Night

    A lot was on the line Tuesday night as the Carroll County Panthers’ soccer team (10-6-4) took the field against the visiting Owen County Rebels. A win would put the Panthers’ in a three-way tie for co-champion of the conference with Walton-Verona and Gallatin County. It was also senior night for the team’s eight seniors: EB Martinez, Juan Badillo, Marvn Davilla, Josh Pence, Hug