Competition is the reason many people dare to venture outside the boundaries of an everyday normal life, and for Kosciusko Whippet head baseball coach Jonathan Jones, it is the competition that drives him to run 26.2 miles. “I just want to compete,” said Jones.
French Camp Academy Panther Brooks Warren signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball for East Central Community College last Thursday. Seated with Warren are head baseball coach Nathan Wright to his right and his grandmother Rene Warren to his left.
The Kosciusko Whippets and Lady Whippets improved to 14-6 and 12-7 respectively over the last week with the Whippets defeating Houston 58-43 last Tuesday night, Caledonia 64-47 on Friday night before dispatching Itawamba AHS 59-36 on Saturday in the North Pontotoc Tournament.
Kosciusko midfielder James Swinney fights for the ball in the Whippet 4-1 loss to Florence on Friday night. Kosy traveled to Neshoba Central on Tuesday night and will end their seasons on Friday night in Grenada, match times are 5 and 7 p.m.
Ethel Tiger senior pitcher/shortstop Blake McKinley, seated right, signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Mississippi Delta Community College on Friday while his mother, Debra McKinley looks on.
The Finding Bigfoot television crew recently visited Mississippi and held a “Town Hall” meeting in Jackson to find individuals who have made contact with or have seen a “Bigfoot.” Whether or not we believe in a giant hairy man wandering the swamps and thickets around our sou
The Kosciusko Whippets moved to 11-6 overall and 1-0 in Region 4-4A play with a 46-40 road win over Louisville on Friday night, and the Lady Whippets improved to 11-7 and 1-0 with a 52-43 win over the Lady Wildcats as well.