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  • 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

  • Panthers get road win at Eminence

    The Carroll County Panthers snapped a six-game losing streak Saturday by topping Eminence 64-55 on the road. “Eminence is a tough place to play,” Carroll County Head Coach Carroll Yager said. “It was a good win for us. It’s a win we had been looking for a long time and a win we badly needed.” The Panthers had last tasted victory on Dec. 30, with a wi

  • Trimble hoops teams enduring...

    TCHS Correspondent The Trimble County High School Raiders took on the Williamstown Demons on their home turf Saturday, Jan. 16, putting up a great fight but coming away without a win. The boys varsity team lost to the Demons by a close 60-55. “We played better as a group,” said Head Coach Bob Lauster. Our ball movement was pretty good. [But] we made some mental err

  • Ballinger is NAIA Player of the...

    For the second time in three weeks, Campbellsville University junior center Whitney Ballinger, of Carrollton, is the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Women’s Basketball National Player of the Week.

  • Carroll ladies top Trimble for...

    With Lady Raiders leading scorer Macy Mitchell out with a leg injury, the Lady Panthers (10-9) dominated, winning 52-24 at home on Wednesday night.

  • Comeback falls short for Panthers

    A lackluster performance during the second quarter sent the Carroll County Panthers to the halftime locker room trailing by 16. The Panthers showed defensive tenacity during the second half reducing the deficit to six points with 1:30 left to play, but fell 69-61 to visiting Kentucky Country Day, Monday.

  • No All-A win for Trimble

    The Trimble County High School Lady Raiders varsity team gathered momentum near the end of the All-A Classic playoff game Wednesday, Jan. 13, against the Owen County Lady Rebels at Gallatin County High School. But it was too little, too late, as the Raiders couldn’t get the baskets they needed to best Owen’s lead from the start of the game. Above, Sara Kate Long, No. 43

  • Walton-Verona wins Class A...

    Head Coach Carroll Yager and the Panthers are looking to learn all they can from last Wednesday night’s game against Walton-Verona before putting any lingering memories behind them as the two teams do battle again in the Class A tournament. The Panthers fell 76-57, despite a 23-point performance by senior Will Yager. Walton-Verona sen