By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornettes team has continued their strong start picking up six wins. The Jr. Hornettes defeated DuQuoin, Sparta, Okawville, Chester, Wesclin, and Pinckneyville. Nashville moved their record to 9-2 this season. The Jr. Hornettes celebrated the eclipse with a dominating 26-7 win over Pinckneyville on August 21. Nashville
By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornets have won three of their last four games as they defeated Pinckneyville, Wesclin, and Chester, but dropped a contest to Trico. The Jr. Hornets game on August 17 against Murphysboro was rained out. Nashville’s record stands at 8-2 on the season. On August 15, the Jr.
By Brent Huelsmann The St. Ann/TSJ Softball team dropped two of their last three games as they lost to Pinckneyville 204 and Mt. Vernon St. Mary’s while picking up a win against Hoyleton/Hoffman/Grand Prairie/ILS. The St. Ann/TSJ Softball team could not get anything working offensively as they fell to Pinckneyville 204 17-1 on August 17.
By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornettes softball team won two contests against Trico and Carlyle. The Jr. Hornettes won both matchups on the road before their August 17 game against Murphysboro was rained out. On August 14, the Jr. Hornettes traveled to take on Carlyle. Carlyle got on the board first with
By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Jr. Hornettes softball team began the season this past week with the O’Fallon Tournament. Nashville went 1-2 in the tournament as they defeated Collinsville before falling to Smithton and O’Fallon Fulton. Nashville started the season with a win as they defeated Collinsville 15-3. The Jr. Hornettes got on the board
The Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornets finished second in the O’Fallon Tournament this past weekend. The Jr. Hornets defeated Collinsville, Smithton, O’Fallon Fulton, and Triad before falling to Mascoutah in the Championship game. Kneeling front row left to right. Kolten Gajewski, Radyn Schwartzkopf, Michael Combs, Nolan Heggemeier, Ian Blazier, Aaron Brink. Second row left to
Nashville Middle School’s sixth through eighth grade Band students participated at NMS Band Camp Wednesday, July 26, through Friday, July 28. Camp was focused on studying their parade song and marching techniques. The band made great progress at camp and is excited to march in their upcoming parades! Be on the lookout for the NMS
At Junior Hornet Football equipment day, Sunday, July 30, at Nashville Middle School cafeteria, ABOVE, Carter Seaton, 9, tries a helmet on while, BELOW his twin brother, Carson, also 9, gets measured for pads. BELOW, Chad Courson grabs a helmet being worn by Jace Hunter, 6, to check the fit.
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,