Jenna Harris delivers a pitch during the Hornettes loss to Pinckneyville on April 20. By Brent Huelsmann After giving Carterville their first conference loss of the season on April 18, the Nashville Hornettes, dropped their final two conference games of the season to Pinckneyville and DuQuoin this past week. Nashville finished with a 5-5 record
The Nashville Middle School track team’s seasons are underway as the Jr. Hornets and Jr. Hornettes hosted their first home meet of the season on April 10, before competing in the Pinckneyville Invitational on April 12. The Jr. Hornettes got first place finishes from Kylie Heidel, Hailey Baugh, Korbi Rhine, Jordan Donato, and the 4X400M
Tabor Kozuszek tries to clear the bar during the high jump at the Tri-County Invitational held on April 24. The Nashville Hornets boys track team took home second place in the Greenville Relays this past week as well as the Tri-County Invitational, held at Central High School. The Hornets finished just behind Pana at the
Back Row: Hannah Meade, Jaylyn Bower, Brittnie Bartling, Jadah Heidel, Kayla Ivey, Josie Middleton, Janie Holle, Carli Hoffman, Kylie Kozuszek and Rachael Kell. Front Row: Grace Maschhoff, Delaney Varel, Destyn Hausner, Taylor Cook, Sabrina Kollbaum, and Avery Meade. Not Pictured: Sydney Schnitker, Raqui Elliott. By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornettes girls track team had three
Senior Jake Heck looks for his pitch during the Hornets 7-4 win over Pinckneyville. Heck would homer in the conference clinching game over DuQuoin. By Brent Huelsmann With their win over DuQuoin on April 24, the Nashville Hornets boys baseball team clinched the Southern Illinois River to River Conference: Mississippi Division. The Hornets clinched with
Senior Taylor Cook broke the NCHS school record in the 300M hurdles at the Tri-County Invitational. Cook ran a 47.25 which broke the record of 47.6 set in 2002 by Kayla Markham.
Freshmen Sydney Schnitker broke the school record for triple jump at the Mascoutah Invitational. Schnitker jumped 35’1”, which broke the school record of 34’10” which was held by Haley Fark.
On the evening of Sunday, April 23, The Harlem Wizards Basketball Squad took on the “Vintage Hornets” at NCHS’ Assembly Hall.
NCHS Head Boys Basketball Coach Brad Weathers, LEFT, with members of his coaching staff including Jason Guest, Patrick Weathers, and Kelly Cruser. By Brent Huelsmann After 31 years on the bench, Brad Weathers is calling it a career. A coaching resume that featured with 571 victories, 180 of which came at Nashville Community High School.