The Nashville Jr. Golf Tournament was held on Thursday July 13 at Nashville Muncipal Golf Course. In the Girls 16-18 division, Rachael Kell took home first place with a score of 75. Megan and Sarah Breslin tied for second with a 79.
In the boys 16-18 age group, Aven Kimmell of Flora took home the win with a 75, 13 strokes ahead of Jacob Maschhoff who finished second in the age group with an 88.
The 2017 Washington County Fair was the first time that a sand volleyball tournament has been held. After rounds on Friday and Saturday, the winning team was Team Peck, ABOVE, including, FROM LEFT, BACK ROW, Lee Peck, Larry Shubert and Nick Ramsey, FRONT ROW, Jamie Peck, Tasha Gibbs and Brooke Ramsey.
Terry Pelczynski pitches during the Hornets 15-0 win over Sparta on July 7. As the summer schedule for the Hornets summer baseball team winds down, Nashville finished up their last road game of the season with a 15-0 win over Sparta on July 7. Nashville scored early and often, easily taking the victory. Nashville took
Antony Frierdich took over as the new Athletic Trainer at NCHS this past week, replacing Jon Becker who resigned from the position in late February. As the school sports begin to get ready for the 2017-18 school year, Nashville Community High School has welcomed a new athletic trainer into the fold. Antony Frierdich started at
From left to right: Kylie Kozuszek, Sabrina Kollbaum, Jadah Heidel, and Sydney Schnitker. The Nashville Hornettes girls track team capped off their season with an end of the season banquet on June 29. The Hornettes had a successful season, in which they won the Nashville Invitational, won their Sectional, and advanced to state in eight
The Southern Illinois All-Star Game was held June 9 in DuQuoin. From left to right: Andrew Kash, Arturo Garcia, Cole Pedtke, and Ethan Reid. Kash, Garcia, Pedtke, and Reid were on Team Woodward, coached by Jim Woodward. The Nashville Hornets were well-represented in the Southern Illinois All-Star Game, which was held on June 9. Andrew
Eight Graders at the camp were: Cheyenne Boester, Jordan Donato, Ally Johannes, Daphne Kollbaum, Hazel Konkel, Talanie Kozuszek, Brooklyne Luessenheide, Hanna Niedbalski, Emmerson Pazkiewicz, Addison Povolish, Caitlynn Pytlinski, Halle Rueter, Emily Schnitker, Lilly Taft, and Kirsten Twenhafel. Freshmen that participated in the camp were: Jade Bannert, Reagen Burke, Madison Droege, Sami Edwards, Brianna Elder, Ashlyn
Mackenzie McFeron and Karly Stanowski were both selected to play in the Southern Illinois Select All Star Game, which was held June 20 in Marion. Two 18 player teams played a nine inning game.
The Nashville Blue Racer Swim Team has started their season off with a bang! They have competed in four swim meets so far this summer. Their first meet on Tuesday June 13 in Millstadt, IL was a win with over score respectively 330 points to 270 points. The second meet on Thursday June 15 was