Nashville’s junior varsity baseball team won twice in five games last week.
Brogan Kemp pitched a shutout and Cameron Parker went 2-for-3 in the Hornets 3-0 win over Carlyle last Tuesday.
Kemp allowed one hit over seven innings while fanning ten in his complete game.
Trey Stevenson walked and scored in the second inning, and Parker led off the third with a single in front of Jacob Heck’s RBI single that made it 2-0. Nashville scored again in the fifth when Parker singled, stole second and came home on Trevor Meier’s single.
Nashville followed that up with a 5-4 win over Murphysboro Wednesday.
The Hornets trailed 3-0 before rallying for three runs in the sixth and two more in the seventh to take the game.
Kemp was 2-for-3 with two RBI, Meier had two hits and Stephan Reuss hit a two-run double. Stevenson also drove in a run in the win.
Wesclin shut out Nashville 9-0 Friday.
Heck had two hits, and Parker and Chase Coffel accounted for the rest of Nashville’s offense with a hit apiece.
A late rally by the Hornets came up short in Nashville’s 9-6 loss to Greenville Saturday.
Trailing 9-0, the Hornets finally broke through in the sixth with a run before making it close with five runs in the seventh.
Austin Anderson had two hits and drove in three runs, Kemp was 2-for-4 with a double and two runs batted in, and Parker had two hits. Heck also had an RBI in the loss.
The Comets hammered Nashville in the second game of the doubleheader by a score of 15-0 to drop the Hornets’ season record to 14-9 on the year.