Young Bulldogs looking for leadership
Experienced Tigers ready for season
Ethel Tiger basketball team finished the 2016-17 year with a 9-14 overall record with a 2-6 mark in Region 5-1A play. The Tigers played well towards the end of the season and look for improvement throughout.
Williamsville Baptist Church hosted a “Dangers of Social Media” forum arranged by the Attala County Sheriff’s office and led by Agent Jay Houston of the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office last Wednesday night.
The Kosciusko Whippets (3-8) hosted the Morton Panthers (5-6) last Thursday night in a contest that was moved up from Friday due to possible weather issues and what would also be the final regular season game for Kosy before the Class 4A North Playoffs begin this Friday night
The McAdams Bulldogs (5-4, 4-3) took care of business last Thursday night against Montgomery County, winning 54-0, and will enter the playoffs as a No. 4 seed from Region 2-1A if they defeat Kennedy on the road this Friday night at 7 p.m.
The McAdams Bulldogs (4-4, 3-3) defeated Coffeeville last Friday night on the road 30-12 after taking a 16-12 lead into the half. The Bulldogs outscored the Pirates 14-0 in the second half to secure the win and took over sole possession of third place in Region 2-1A. If the
The Kosciusko Whippets fell to 2-8 overall on Friday night and moved to 2-2 in Region 4-4A play after losing to the Louisville Wildcats 41-7. The Wildcats throttled the Whippets rushing attack on the night, allowing just 23 net yards on 35 carries. Kosciusko threw for 213
The North Mississippi Rural Legal Services (NMRLS) team — a non-profit tax-exempt organization providing free civil representation to low-income persons in the northern 39 counties of Mississippi — held an Elder Law Workshop at Christian Liberty M.B.