After a heartbreaking and turnover-plagued homecoming loss to Forest last week, the Kosciusko Whippets regrouped and hit the road once again for a showdown with highly ranked and undefeated Itawamba AHS (4-1).
The Ethel Tigers fell to 0-5 on the year after dropping a 40-12 to J. Z. George (1-5) in Carrollton on Friday night. The Tigers ran a total of 41 plays and accumulated 10 first downs on the night while J. Z. George ran 49 plays and had 19 total first downs.
Former Kosciusko Whippet standout Wil Browning was a recent recipient of the R. Howard Webster Award, which is given annually to the Most Valuable Player at each of the Toronto Blue Jays’ minor league affiliated teams. Browning was named the MVP of Class A Dunedin.
In a span of six minutes and 13 seconds the Whippets, celebrating their homecoming, went from being up 7-0 to trailing the Forest Bearcats 25-7 after a flurry of costly turnovers. Kosciusko (3-1) lead the Bearcats (3-1) 7-0 late in the second quarter after J. J.
How many times have we looked at our watches (or iPhones) today to see what time it is? Did we take into account that with the seconds we waste looking at the time, we could be doing something productive? No? I don’t either; what’s up with that?
The Ethel Lady Tiger softball team is now 9-3 on the season and riding a seven-game winning streak. The Lady Tigers have outscored their opponents 86-2 over the streak, which has been led by pitching and defense.
MERIDIAN — The Kosciusko Whippet offense could only muster six first-half points before putting the Northeast Lauderdale Trojans away in the second half with a defensive stuffing and 12 more offensive points to take the 18-0 win.
The McAdams Bulldogs kicked off their season this past Friday night when they hosted the Scott Central Rebels. The Rebels took control of the contest early and won in convincing fashion 58-6 to move to 2-0 on the year while dropping the Bulldogs to 0-1.