The McAdams Bulldogs finished the week sitting atop the Region 5-1A standings at 4-0 with an overall record of 9-9 after defeating Region 5 foe Ethel on Tuesday night, falling to West Lowndes on Friday and winning again on Saturday over Coldwater.
The Ethel Tigers lost twice last week to McAdams and Montgomery County while the Lady Tigers split with a loss to McAdams and a win over Montgomery County. The Tigers overall record now stands at 4-9 overall with an 0-3 Region 5 mark while the Lady Tigers are now 2-12 and 1-
Don’t get me wrong when I say this because I love all sports and I have many memories in the “big three” of football, basketball and baseball while I was growing up (I don’t remember any organized soccer during that time and my basketball days ended in a church gym when I was
Officially, Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze named Kosciusko native and former Whippet star offensive lineman Jacob Peeler as wide receivers coach last Wednesday, but Tammy Peeler, Jacob’s mother, was shouting Hotty Toddy two days prior to that.
What a nice time to be a sports fan from Attala County. Whether you are a Bulldog or a Rebel, you have every right to have a huge smile on your face. The smile is not necessarily because of team records and such, but because two Kosciusko natives are making noise in the So
The Whippets improved to 3-0 in Region 4-4A play last week with wins over Houston and Caledonia, while the Lady Whippets moved to 2-1 last week with a loss to Houston and a win over Caledonia. The Whippets are 16-3 overall while the Lady Whippets are 12-7 on the year.
The Kosciusko Lady Whippet basketball team pulled out a big win on Saturday in overtime to defeat the Louisville Lady Wildcats 62-58. The win moved the Lady Whippets to 11-6 overall on the year and 1-0 in Region 4-4A play.
The Kosciusko Whippets (14-3, 1-0) hosted the Louisville Wildcats on Saturday after Friday night’s games were moved due to wintery weather conditions to open Region 4-4A play and came away with a 52-47 win.