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.
Sophie Heck was named Most Improved Player, Mackenzie McFeron was named Team MVP, Top Offensive Player, and finished with the Top Batting Average, Alli Liske was given the Hornette Award. Not Pictured: Paige Kasten was given the Top Defensive Player Award. After a season in which the Nashville Hornettes softball team finished with a 22-14
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.
Alli Liske looks to make contact during the Hornettes season ending loss to Pinckneyville in the Sectional Semi=Finals on May 23. By Brent Huelsmann An up and down season for the Nashville Hornettes softball team came to an end this past week with a 12-6 loss to the Pinckneyville Panthers in the IHSA Class 2A
Alli Liske, alongside her parents Scott and Staci Liske was the only senior for the Nashville Hornettes softball team this season. By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornettes softball team finished up their regular season, by losing three of four. The Hornettes face tough competition this past week, as they were defeated by Alton Marquette, O’Fallon,
By Brent Huelsmann As the seasons for the Hornets and Hornettes quickly come to a close, eyes are pointed towards the postseason to see if either team will make a run. This past week the IHSA announced the baseball and softball postseason brackets for Class 2A. On the baseball side, the Hornets will begin play
Jordan Stiegman makes hard contact during the Hornettes 10-0 victory over Waterloo-Gibault on May 2 The Nashville Hornettes softball team is on a roll. Even though the team had just one game this past week, the Hornettes made it count. Nashville scored at least ten runs for their third consecutive game as they defeated Waterloo
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