NCHS Athletic Director Wayne Harre was honored during halftime of the Hornets loss to Teutopolis on Friday January 20. Harre will be inducted in to the IBCA Hall of Fame on May 6. In 15 seasons as the girls basketball coach at Nashville High School, Harre compiled a record of 412-78, won 15 conference championships,
FROM LEFT, Johnna Bergmann, Mason Niedbalski, Andrew Bierman, Cody Keifer, Cade Krueger, Brendon Schettler, Joe Liggett, Derek Fullerton, Neil Kachuba, John Kwiatkowski, Bri Cobb, Abby Lowry, and Sarah Kozuszek. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Recently, the Nashville FFA Chapter hosted a school-wide campaign called Donate for Donuts which provides the people at the local Women’s
Hornets Junior Brandon Schnitker was honored during halftime, of the Nashville Hornets victory over Greenville on Tuesday January 10 after being named All-State for Cross Country this past season. Schnitker finished 14th overall at the Class 1A State Cross Country Meet
After suffereing their only loss of the season to DuQuoin, the Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornets eighth grade team has rattled off eight straight wins, to move their record to 20-1 on the season. The Jr. Hornets picked up wins over Chester and Breeese this past week. The seventh grade team, also picked up two
The Hoyleton Trinity Lutheran School/Grand Prairie Lady Thundercats began postseason play this past week with a close 29-26 victory over Rome. Carlie Barban led Hoyleton Trinity Lutheran School/Grand Prairie with 12 points.
On Monday, January 9 the Titans hosted the St. Libory Saints. They defeated them 47-24. Halfway through the third quarter the Saints switched to man defense to try to overcome a 28-22 deficit The Titans ran their half court man offense effectively to take a 47-24 lead, icing the the game away. The scoring was
Ethan Pinski, fourth grade, demonstrates coding with Minecraft. Ethan Pinski and A.J. Pytlinski work together to complete the coding activities. Mrs. Jennifer Dunn, a T-SJ parent and volunteer from Accenture shared Hour of Code activities with Kindergarten through fourth grade students at Trinity- St. John Lutheran School Tuesday, January 10. Each class watched an introductory
Trinity-St. John Kindergarten And Preschool Registration Registration for Trinity-St. John kindergarten, 3-year-old preschool, and 4-year-old preschool classes for the 2017-2018 school year will be held on Sunday, January 22, in the preschool and kindergarten rooms on the lower level of the school. Parents and their future students are invited to come register and get acquainted.
2nd Quarter Eighth Grade: Honors: Kylie Eckhoff, Abby Snell Seventh Grade: High Honors: Brooke Ballantini, Savannah Lamar. Honors: Sydnee Aaron, Tony Jacinto Sixth Grade: Honors: Madoc Unger Fifth Grade: Honors: Will Ballantini, Alex Jacinto, Azlynn Keller. First Semester Eighth Grade: Honors: Abby Snell Seventh Grade: Honors: Tony Jacinto. High Honors: Brooke Ballantini, Savannah Lamar. Sixth
5th Grade 1st Quarter: Honor Roll (3.99-3.50): Dallas Burr. Merit Roll (3.00-3.49): Keeghan Renth, Devin Schill, John Blumhorst, Zach Brinkmann, Sydney Brooks. Perfect School Attendance: Adele Buescher, Connor Davis, Parker Renken, Keeghan Renth, Sydney Brooks. Perfect Church Attendance: Zach Brinkmann, Keeghan Renth, Connor Davis. Perfect Sunday School Attendance: Keeghan Renth 2nd Quarter: Honor Roll (3.99-3.50):