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Today's Sports

  • Lady Raiders end volleyball...

    Special to The Banner The Trimble County High School volleyball team honored its seniors during the last home game of the 2009 season Thursday, Oct. 8. Rachel Massie, Megan Morris and Kim Minch were honored for their participation in the sport before playing their final home game against the Walton-Verona Lady Bearcats. The Lady Rai

  • ‘Crunch of metal&...

    Engines roar and gasoline fumes fill the crisp night air at the Carroll County Fairgrounds Saturday for the 2009 Fall Brawl. A favorite for many locals, the event also brings guests from out of town who love to see and hear the crunch of metal on metal.

    “It draws a lot of people from out of town to the community,” Kevin Craig, president of the Carroll County Fair Board, said. “They come from Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, everywhere for our demo derbies. They really enjoy them.”

  • Sports briefs

    Lady Panthers set basketball Midnight Madness event

    The CCHS Lady Panther Basketball team will be having “Midnight Madness” on Friday night to celebrate the start of basketball practice for the 2009-2010 season. The workout will start at 10:30 p.m., and will last until 12:30 a.m. The event is open to the public.

    Registration set for Parks & Recreation girls basketball

  • Carroll tumbles 44-6 to...

    The Carroll County football Panthers were no match for a determined Christian Academy of Louisville on Friday, tumbling 44-6 for their second loss in as many weeks in Carrollton.

    The home turf was drenched by a heavy downpour that prevailed throughout the game. Panther Field, normally friendly territory for the local squad, was muddy and slick, almost alien to the Panthers as they slogged their way to one touchdown late in the first half for their only score of the game.

  • Lady Panthers win tourney opener

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers, fresh off a season-closing win over Owen County in last week’s “Volley for the Cure” game at Owenton, opened post-season play in the 29th District Tournament by defeating Trimble County in two sets of 25-17 and 25-17.

    The game stats, according to Carroll Coach Kristen Arbinger, were “not exactly impressive, but they got the job done.”

  • Trimble Raiders hand Carroll...

    Landmark News Service

    “Tonight, we played football the way it’s supposed to be played!”

  • Runnin’ Raiders stand...

      SPECIAL TO THE BANNER Some very competitive high-school races were held at Louisville’s Tom Sawyer Park on Saturday, an event that featured top-ranked schools from Tennessee, West Virginia, Indiana and Kentucky.  The Lady Raiders’ pack running earned them a seventh-place finish out of 25 teams. Four Lady Raiders mad

  • Villwock wins record eighth...

    The Trimble Banner

    MADISON, Ind. – Dave Villwock and the U-16 Miss Elam Plus racing team were absent during most of the 2008 unlimited hydroplane season after winning back-to-back Indiana Governor’s Cup titles in 2006 and 2007. The team returned to Madison this past weekend and took up where they left off by holding the unlimited fleet at bay, winning the Madison Regatta in convincing fashion.

  • Varsity TCHS volleyball team...

    SPECIAL TO THE BANNER   The Trimble County Raiders volleyball team hosted Owen County Thursday, and the varsity squad ruled t

  • Lady Panthers top Eminence,...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers scored wins in three volleyball outings during the past week, topping Eminence, Grant County and Gallatin County.

    Carroll won their final home contest, defeating Eminence 25-12 and 25-22 on Monday. Seniors Brooke Boles, Valerie White, and Katerina Woods were honored in their final home appearance.

    “They are great leaders and all three have played throughout their high school career, some of them even longer,” Coach Kristin Arbinger told The News-Democrat.