Former NCHS Principal and former Hornets Boys Basketball coach Brad Weathers was honored during halftime of the Hornets final home game of the season against DuQuoin on February 16. Weathers retired from coaching after the 2016-17 season.
Karly Stanowski battles down low during the Hornettes loss to Harrisburg. By Brent Huelsmann The Hornettes season came to an end this past week, as Nashville fell to Harrisburg 43-30 in the IHSA Class 2A Sectional Semi-Finals. The Hornettes fell behind early and could never recover as Harrisburg advanced to the Sectional Final against Mater
The Nashville Middle School Junior Hornets Boys Basketball team finished up the year with a second place finish in the state, after losing 30-35 against Christopher in the SIJHSAA championship game, held on the evening of Friday, February 9, at Rend Lake College. The Junior Hornets team, cheerleaders and coaches include: FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW,
Mackenzie McFeron was honored for being named First-Team All-State in Softball last season. McFeron batted leadoff for the Hornettes last season, and will be attending the University of Evansville to play softball after graduation. McFeron is pictured with former NCHS Softball coach Dempsey Witte. By Brent Huelsmann As Hornettes senior Mackenzie McFeron gets ready for
Stanowski fights hard inside during the first half of the Hornettes comeback win over Sesser-Valier/Waltonville in the IHSA Class 2A Regional Championship game. Stanowski added to her list of accolades as she became the first player in school history to grab 1000 rebounds. By Brent Huelsmann After already breaking the school record for rebounds and
Matt Anderson looks to drive down the lane during the Hornets 52-51 loss to Pinckneyville on February 10. By Brent Huelsmann With just one regular season contest before postseason play begins, the Nashville Hornets look to head into Regionals with momentum. Nashville split their two contests last week as they defeated Carterville on February 9
The Nashville Hornettes overcame an eight point deficit at the end of the third quarter to beat the Sesser-Valier/Waltonville Lady Red Devils 46-34 on Thursday February 8. “The Nest” was out in full force, decked out in all of the Hornet gear as they cheered the Hornettes to victory. By Brent Huelsmann For the seventeenth