40 Years Of Hornettes Softball

Between the softball games at Hornette Field on April 1, the first ever softball Hornettes, forty years ago, 1976-77, were recognized at a ceremony on the diamond. That team was the first to play interscholastic fast pitch at Nashville Community High School. Not able to attend but recognized were Cathy Kujawa-Irwin, Deb Sowers-Gorton, Julie Bartling-Burgess,

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Girls And Boys Basketball All-South Teams Announced

By Brent Huelsmann Four athletes from Nashville High School, and four athletes from Okawville High School were named to the SICA All South teams when they were announced this past week. In Class 2A, two Hornettes, and two Hornets were named to the team. For the Hornettes, both Paige Kasten and Karly Stanowski were named

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Titans Wrap Up Season

FIRST ROW: Waylon Wojtowicz, Rebecca Wojtowicz, Coach Shane McGranahan, Caleb Unverfehrt, Jack Kroeger, Lucas Wojtowicz, Dillon Teter, Savana Meyer. SECOND ROW: Devin Schill, Tyler Schill, Boomer Harris, Mason Meyer, Ashton McGranahan, Coach Jim McGranahan, Stephanie Kroeger, Lori Unverfehrt and Jim Unverfehrt. THIRD ROW:  Connie Zapp, Jesse Wojotowicz, Rich Wojotowicz, Tim Haggerty, Peggy Haggerty, Chad Schill,

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Girls And Boys Track Win Chester Relays

Front Row: Hannah Meade, Avery Meade, Taylor Cook, Janie Holle, Rachael Kell. Second Row: Annabelle Epplin, Jaylyn Bower, Sabrina Kollbaum, Grace Maschhoff. Third Row: Destyn Hausner, Josie Middleton, Sydney Schnitker, Kylie Kozuszek, Delaney Varel, Raqui Elliott. Back Row: Carlie Hoffman, Kourtney Stroud, Kayla Ivey, Grace Gutjahr, Jadah Heidel.   By Brent Huelsmann The NCHS track

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Hornettes Extend Win Streak To Nine

Libby Ahlers lays out to make a catch during the Hornettes walk-off win over Centralia on March 27. By Brent Huelsmann After starting the season a little slow, the Nashville Hornettes are on a roll. The Hornettes won six games this week, which pushed their win streak to nine games on the season. The Hornettes

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Pitching Leads Hornets Into Conference Play

Austin Anderson throws to first after making the play at third during the Hornets 14-4 win over Carlyle on March 28. By Brent Huelsmann As the Nashville Hornets get set for conference play in the Southern Illinois River to River Conference, the Hornets picked up three non-conference wins this week as they defeated Woodlawn, Carlyle

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NCHS Counselor’s Report – April 5, 2017

Nashville Community High School Phone: (618) 327.8286 Fax: (618) 327.4513 Web Address: Nashville-k12.org Tesha Maschhoff X250; Becky Luessenheide X381; Susan Boosinger X251 Scholarships:  As we receive information on scholarships, they will posted on the Counseling Office webpage at: https://sites.google.com/a/nashville-k12.org/scholarships/    Here is a list partial list of upcoming scholarships: RYAN FARK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Awarded

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Lots Of Work, Limited Use In Near Future For Field

The Nashville Community High School Board heard two proposals for reconditioning the NCHS football field at their regular monthly meeting held on Monday, March 20. While the proposals did differ significantly, both plans acknowledged the current poor condition of the field. Work to aerate, reseed and recondition the field will begin, hopefully in time to

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NCHS Board Hears Proposals For Field From Kuhn, Gajewski

The Nashville Community High School Board heard two proposals for reconditioning the NCHS football field at their regular monthly meeting held on Monday, March 20. While the proposals did differ significantly, both plans acknowledged the current poor condition of the field. Work to aerate, reseed and recondition the field will begin, hopefully in time to

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Hornettes Win Three Straight

By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornettes softball team bounced back from a slow start to the season, to win three of their last four games. After dropping a game to Trico on Monday March 20, the Hornettes rattled off three straight wins over Johnston City, Salem, and New Athens. The Hornettes moved their record to

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