Three members of the Nashville Hornettes softball team picked up postseason honors this past week, as the 2017 Class 2A Illinois Coaches Association All-State Teams, and the Southern Illinois Coaches Association All-South Softball Selections were announced. Mackenzie McFeron was selected to the 2017 Class 2A Illinois Coaches Association All-State First Team. Karly Stanowski, and Sophie
After a successful season in which the Hornets won the SIRR Conference: Mississippi Division, won their Regional, and won their Sectional, four Hornets players were named Southern Illinois Coaches Association All South. Hornets coach Chad Malawy was also named the Coach of the Year in Class 2A. Hayden Heggemeier, Cody Bauza, Ryan Brink, and Austin
Nashville High School played host to Girls Basketball camps this past week,as athletes between 4th and 9th grade took to the floor at Assembly Hall. Coaches pictured are: Dempsey Witte, Jenny Witte, Jordi Harre, Tierny Moore, Gary Mueller, and Doug Althoff. 4th-6th Grade Arabella Alfeldt, Payton Basden, Tessa Bergmann, Jadyn Dees, Lily Emge, Katie Johns,
Todd Jahnke started the first game for Nashville, and picked up the win, as the Hornets took the game 7-4 The Nashville Hornets baseball team swept a doubleheader this past week by defeating Mt. Vernon 7-4, and 5-1. The summer baseball team for Nashville plays a 22 game schedule, which concludes in early July. In
As the 2016-17 school year wound down to a close, the Nashville Hornettes volleyball team handed out team awards for the 2016 season. Six players received awards for their play during the season. The Hornettes finished 14-21 last season, and lost to Althoff in the Regional Semi-Finals. Althoff would go on to finish third in
From left to right: Tanner McFeron, Coach Doug Borgmann, Grant Reed, Andrew Bierman, Jake Kwiatowski, Coach Jason Alli. The Nashville Hornets Bass Fishing team competed at the Conference Tournament at Kinkaid Lake just outside of Murphysboro. Eight teams competed in the tournament with Pinckneyville finishing third, Nashville finishing second, and Murphysboro taking first place.
Nashville High School played host to baseball camps this past week as kids between kindergarten and ninth grade took to the ball diamond for camps held at Nashville Community High School. The Little Sluggers Camp was for kindergarten to third grade and took place June 5 through June 8. Fourth through ninth grade athletes also
FROM LEFT, FRONT, Ava Donato, Carter Seaton, Carson Seaton, Karlie Stein, Jacob Valdivia, and Evie Reams. MIDDLE, Tyse Reinburg, Roark Paszkiewicz, Aidan Verges, Brayden Donato, Brody Schatz, Addison Conant, Andrew Lietz and Kolby Suedmeyer. BACK, Adelie Wilson, Belle Schmale, Caden Heidel, Sailor Gutzler, Evan Eberhart, Kade Sturgill, Maddox Ritzel, Camden Lisk and Gavin Birkner. This year,
The Nashville Sting 11U Baseball team won first place in the Nashville Maifest tournament. Back Row: Harrison Zgonina, Brady Stein, Devin Schill, Kaden Linkey, Owen Dunn, Andrew Windler. Front Row: Talan Robinson, Blaine Emrick, Trey Reinburg, Parker Renken, JT Malawy, Silas Hill. Coached by Jeremy Stein, Brandon Emrick, Rhett Renken and Chad Malawy.
The Southern Illinois River to River Conference announced their All-Conference team for the Mississippi Division this past week, with a total of seven Hornettes making the team. Three Nashville players made the first team, while four Hornettes made the second team. The Hornettes finished with three players on the SIRR All-Conference First Team, Mississippi Division.