Area Sports

Baldwin Signs On for Full Ride at John A. Logan

Gavin Baldwin will be continuing his baseball career in college as he has signed a letter of intent to play for John A. Logan when he graduates from NCHS. Baldwin, son of Brock and Andrea Baldwin, has been playing baseball for 12 years and has been a starter at NCHS all four years. He has…

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Woodrome Signs To Play Softball With DePauw University

NCHS senior and softball standout Josie Woodrome has signed on to become a Tiger with DePauw University in Greencastle, IN. Woodrome said she is lookingforward to playing with team as she advances her softball career at the collegiate level. “It’s something I’ve dreamed of,” Woodrome said. “I liked that it was not just abut playing…

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IHSA To Make Decision About Winter Sports At Board Meeting Tonight

The Illinois High School Association will be discussing its decision about winter sports this year during a special board meeting tonight, one day after Gov. JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Public Health announced guidelines and marked basketball and other sports as high risk. Craig Anderson, IHSA Executive Director, released the following statement on October 27,…

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Hornette Golf Nab First Place At NIT

By Leah Williams The Nashville Community High School Hornette season went into full swing last week and came back with a first place finish at the Nashville Invitational Tournament on Thursday, August 20. The Hornettes ended the tournament with an overall score of 188. Ryan Stegman led Nashville with a score on the day of…

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Hornets double up Panthers in Perry County

The last time these two teams faced off was in the first game of the SIJHSAA state playoffs where the Hornets were victorious in extra innings 3-2.  Nashville hoped to continue this winning streak against Pinckneyville and keep there record perfect on the season. Kamden Emrick got the start for the Hornets and kept the…

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IDPH: Spectators Must Wear Masks At Fall Sport Competitions

Those looking to watch sports this fall will need to have a mask or other face covering on hand, according to officials. Craig Anderson, executive director of the IHSA, reportedly told schools on Tuesday, August 11, that all spectators will be required to wear face coverings at baseball, softball and cross-country contests. In the SIJHSAA…

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IHSA Makes Fall Sports Decision

On Wednesday, July 29th, the IHSA released an update on the status sports for the 2020-2021 school year. The sports were divided into three risk categories; lower, medium, and high. Due to being in the lower risk category, boys and girls golf will continue as scheduled for this fall. Other sports falling into the lower…

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