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Today's Sports

  • Lady Panthers ‘hang...

    Fatigue reigned supreme Saturday afternoon as Carroll County’s Lady Panthers hosted Highlands High School of Fort Thomas, Ky. Highlands took home a 51-43 win after the final horn sounded. It was the second game in less than 24 hours for both teams. and at times the play was a bit sluggish. It was a little too sluggish to the liking of

  • Senior Lady Panthers leave with...

    The Lady Panthers (13-10) pulled out a 40-25 win on senior night over the Williamstown Lady Demons, despite a sub-par offensive performance. “We’re happy to get a win on senior night. It’s a special occasion for our team,” Head Coach Randy Mefford said. Carroll County shot 35 percent from the field on 17 of 49 shoot

  • Raiders bested by rival Panthers...

    The Trimble Banner

    CARROLLTON, Ky. – It was a game played in alternating spurts of momentum between the Trimble County Raiders and their hosts, the Carroll County Panthers, Tuesday, Feb. 2. 

    It was the third pairing for the rival schools, who each had previously won one game.

  • Trimble third-grade AAU team...

    SPECIAL TO THE BANNER

    Trimble County’s third-grade AAU team got off to a good start this season.

    On Dec. 5, the Raiders took on Gallatin County and won 23-16. Anthony Adair led the Raiders with eight points, followed by Logan Clifford with five; Dane Lacefield, four; Grant Weaver, 2.

  • Panthers fall short of...

    Andy Sisenstein raced the length of the floor with nine seconds on the clock and Carroll County trailing by three. The senior guard launched a trey and muscled his way to the rebound when the shot rimmed out. He raced to the baseline for another attempt from three-point range which bounced off the rim as the final horn sounded. It was not for

  • Panthers stop Raider comeback 62...

    It was a game played in spurts of alternating momentum between the Carroll County Panthers and the visiting Trimble County Raiders, on Tuesday, Feb. 2. The neighboring county schools renewed their rivalry for the third time this season—each team having won on the opposing team’s floor in previous meetings. Initially, it was Carro

  • Balance on offense, rebounding...

    Watching the Carroll County Lady Panthers (12-10) play Wednesday night, you would have thought it was a completely different team from the one who lost big to South Oldham two days before. The Lady Panthers were in control the entire game, winning at home 66-45 over Spencer County. “We watched tape of the South Oldham game … the

  • Trimble falls short against...

    TCHS Correspondent Trimble County High School’s long-awaited Homecoming was Friday, Jan. 29, but it wasn’t a happy one. The Raiders’ boys varsity basketball team took on the Eminence Warriors and put up a tough fight, but after leading most of the game gave it up to the opposing team, 62-60. Before the game, the crowd enjoyed the ceremonial crowning of the Home

  • With Mitchell out, Trimble loses...

    The Trimble Banner CARROLLTON, KY. – With leading scorer Macy Mitchell on the bench nursing a leg injury, the Lady Raiders had trouble finding the basket Wednesday, Jan. 20, and lost 52-24 to rival Carroll County.  “We didn’t know until this morning about midday that we weren’t going to have her,” Head Coach Kerrie Stewart said. “That&rsqu

  • Turnovers, rebounds keys to Lady...

    Carroll County (11-10) had a tough night offensively and on the boards, losing 55-36 at home to South Oldham Monday night. “I don’t know if the girls were as focused as they need to be playing one of the top teams in the region,” Head Coach Randy Mefford said. “It’s disappointing that we didn’t play bette