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After trailing 28-13 at the half, the Kosciusko Whippets (2-7) got themselves right back in the contest with Noxubee (4-4) and only trailed the Tigers 28-20 to begin the fourth quarter.  The Tigers pulled away in the final quarter to push the final margin to 49-27, dropping the Whippets to 2-1 i

French Camp took care of business at Homecoming, defeating winless Ethel 42-6, with all the scoring coming in the first half.

The Holmes Community College Bulldogs picked up a 35-27 non-division win here Thursday night over the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves to move to 5-2 overall.

Holmes will play Northeast Mississippi Community College on Saturday, Oct. 21 for Homecoming at 3 p.m.

After dropping their first six contests of the year, the Kosciusko Whippets looked towards Region 4-4A play as their second season and so far, so good.  After defeating Leake Central 32-27 in the region opener, the

The McAdams Bulldogs fell to 3-4 on the year after falling 14-8 on the road to the Shaw Hawks last Friday night in Region 2-1A play.  The loss pushed the Bulldogs region mark to 2-3 with a road contest at Coffeeville (1-6) this Friday night at 7 p.m.


Whippets, Tigers now 2-0


The Kosciusko Whippets opened the season with resounding wins over Winona and Yazoo County, winning both games in six innings by scores of 12-2 and 13-0.  The Ethel Tigers handled business in much the same way by sweeping Greenville St. Joe 12-2 and 10-2.

Lady Bulldogs advance


The McAdams Lady Bulldogs defeated West Lowndes last Friday night 61-49 and advanced to play Ashland in the Class 1A quarterfinals on Wednesday at the Mississippi Coliseum.  The Lady Bulldogs pushed their record to 23-5 with the win over West Lowndes.

Country-fried Whatnots


I am thinking of hanging up the ole badge in about a year.  Notice I did nott say hanging up my gun, as I believe in the second amendment, ‘the right to keep and bare arms’ on its face value, literally.   I also believe every citizen has that right if he or she has not broken