The Nashville Hornettes’ run in the Rangerette Classic fell just short of the Championship as they fell to Pinckneyville. Back Row: Head Coach Josh Konkel, JV Coach Nick Ramsay, Volunteer Coach Dale Flick, and Freshmen Coach Lori Schnitker. Second Row: Delaney Varel, Jenna Harris, Taylor Rapp, Bailey Melton, and Addi Gale. Third Row: Abby Wesselmann,
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
Mackenzie McFeron volleys the ball back over the net during the Hornettes two game loss to the Central Lady Cougars on August 31 By Brent Huelsmann After a close first game, the Nashville Hornettes volleyball team could not get anything working in game two as they fell to the Central Lady Cougars 25-21, 25-7. The
Senior Tanner Bergmann makes the catch down the sideline during the Hornets 17-12 win over Massac County. By Brent Huelsmann After an opening season loss to the Carlyle Indians, the Nashville Hornets football team bounced back with a 17-12 win over Massac County, avenging a loss last season. The Patriots beat the Hornets 14-13 last
By Brent Huelsmann The NCHS cross country teams were back in action on the campus of SIU-Edwardsville on August 26 for one of the biggest meets of the year at the Fight To The Finish Kickoff Meet. On the boys side, 36 schools competed, while 32 schools competed on the girls side. The Hornets finished
By Brent Huelsmann The St. Ann/TSJ Baseball team split their two games this past week as they fell to St. Mary’s Mt. Vernon, but bounced back to defeat Woodlawn. The St. Ann/TSJ Baseball team suffered their first loss of the season, 4-2 to St. Mary’s Mt. Vernon on August 22. After taking an early 3-0
Jenna Harris goes up and looks to tip the ball over the Okawville defenders during the Hornettes three game win over the Lady Rockets. After starting out the season with a win over Okawville, the Nashville Hornettes volleyball team dropped two of their three games at the SIRR Conference Tournament, held in Herrin on October
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.
Senior Rachael Kell hits the ball towards the green during the Hornettes win over West Frankfort and Pinckneyville on August 22. By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornettes girls golf team wrapped up a busy week in which they competed in the Midwest Girls Golf Shootout, the Massac County Tournament, and a three-team match with Pinckneyville
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.