NCS Soccer & Baseball Hoping to Warm Up in April
By Stetson Marlin
The Nashville Christian School’s boys soccer team had two games last week, coming away 1-1.
They started the week off with a home game on Monday against Springfield. Springfield came into the game with a 2-0 record, while the Eagles headed in 0-2.
The Eagles were able to get a 1-0 lead early in the game. But Springfield was then able to tie the game with a goal late in the half making the game 1-1 at halftime.
Springfield was able to get two late goals in the second half, increasing their lead to 3-1.
The Eagles mounted a rally and were able to score late in the game as they tried to pull off a wild comeback. Unfortunately, they ended up falling short, 3-2.
The Eagles turned around and played another game on Tuesday, when they traveled to McEwen. Both teams headed into this game hungry for a win, with both teams coming in winless.
Once again, the Eagles started out with an early 1-0 lead. McEwen was able to tie the game up but Brooks Cummings scored two straight goals to put the Eagles up 3-1.
Tristan Hogan scored another goal for the Eagles,leading them to a 4-1 win, their first win of the year.
The Eagles have two more games this week. They face Donelson Christian on Tuesday and then face off against USN on Thursday.
NCS Baseball Highlights
It was yet another week with crazy weather in Nashville, but NCS was able to get two baseball games in.
The Eagles split a two-game home and away series against Goodpasture.
Nashville Christian won on the road at Goodpasture on Monday, but then suffered a loss at home on Tuesday.
Their games on Thursday and Friday ended up getting canceled when rain once again washed out the baseball fields.
If the weather holds up, Nashville Christian is scheduled to have four games this week. They have two district games to start the week off, with a home and home series against Davidson Academy.
They play at home on Thursday against Fairview and then head to Donelson to take on Donelson Christian on Friday.
The Eagles are hoping as the weather improves, so will their play as they hope to even their record.