IHSA Class 2A Baseball Sub-Sectionals were released this past week. The Hornets will again play in the Sauget (GCS Park) Super-Sectional. Nashville was placed in Sub-Sectional B of the Harrisburg Sectional. The teams joining Nashville in Sub-Sectional B are: Benton, Trico, Chester, DuQuoin, Pinckneyville, Red Bud, Sparta, Waltonville (Coop), and Zeigler (Z-Royalton) (Coop). The two
If you have been around NCHS this spring during sporting events, when they have gotten them in, you may have seen the Mule driving around. The Mule was donated by the NCHS Sports Boosters from Kenny Kania Memorials. Pictured is the Kania family: Devin and Dana Haertling; Joseph Lindsay and Beckham Thole; Tyler Haertling, Alex
By Brent Huelsmann The IHSA Class 2A Softball Sub-Sectionals were announced this past week. The Hornettes were placed in the Johnston City Super Sectional. If the Hornettes make it out of Regionals, the Hornettes will play in the Johnston City Sectional. Nashville was placed in Sub-Sectional B of the Johnston City Sectional. Joining the Hornettes
Karly Stanowski, Paige Kasten and Rachael Kell, joined by Hornettes coaches Doug Althoff, Gary Mueller, and Kevin Meyer before the game. The three NCHS seniors from the Nashville Hornettes basketball team were back on the court Friday night as they played in the 40th Annual Lions Club Classic. Rachael Kell, Karly Stanowski, and Paige Kasten
The Ashley Grade school sports teams recognized their eighth grade players in the final home game of each respective sport this season.
Kyleigh Guinzy crushed a first inning grand slam to deep center field to help the Hornettes to a 17-13 win over Carbondale on March 30. By Brent Huelsmann Even with three games cancelled due to weather, the Nashville Hornettes softball team managed to get three contests in this past week as they went 2-1 picking
The Hornets played a little small ball to get past Centralia as Kelton Harre lays down a bunt down the third base line that would score Nick Paszkiewicz. By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornets baseball team has been battling the elements just to get on the field this season. The Hornets have had eight games
Recently Jackson Pierce, who graduated in 2016 from Nashville High School, competed as part of the Distant Medley Relay for Greenville University at the Christian Nationals Indoor Track and Field Championships in Cedarville, Ohio. Pierce, pictured on the left, ran the 400 meter leg of the event with Greenville University taking first place.
By Brent Huelsmann The Southern Illinois Coaches Association announced All-South for IHSA Classes 1A-3A, with two members of the Hornets and two members of the Okawville Rockets being named. Twelve players were named in each class. In Class 2A both Bryce Bultman and Carson Parker were named All-South representing the Hornets. Bultman led the Hornets
Sophie Schubert, Hazel Konkel, and Scarlet Konkel recently competed in the Heartland Area Championships for swimming. The swim meet was held March 16th-18th at the Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center in Edwardsville, IL. They swim for the Centralia Rec Center YMCA (CRCY) Barracudas. Before the short course season begins, Area times are determined by the YMCA