Eight Graders at the camp were: Cheyenne Boester, Jordan Donato, Ally Johannes, Daphne Kollbaum, Hazel Konkel, Talanie Kozuszek, Brooklyne Luessenheide, Hanna Niedbalski, Emmerson Pazkiewicz, Addison Povolish, Caitlynn Pytlinski, Halle Rueter, Emily Schnitker, Lilly Taft, and Kirsten Twenhafel. Freshmen that participated in the camp were: Jade Bannert, Reagen Burke, Madison Droege, Sami Edwards, Brianna Elder, Ashlyn
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.
The Hornets summer baseball team fell to Mascoutah on Tuesday June 20 6-5. Cameron Parker started the game for Nashville. Tanner Bergmann drove in two runs. Bryce Bultman and Kelton Harre each drove in a run in the loss. The Hornets Summer Baseball team suffered a close loss to Mascoutah this past week, as the
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
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
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.
After a season in which the Nashville Hornets baseball team finished 30-7, won the Southern Illinois River to River: Mississippi Division, won the Red Bud Regional, and won the Benton Sectional, it was no surprise the Hornets would be well-represented on the SIRR Mississippi Division All-Conference team. On the SIRR Mississippi Division All-Conference First Team,