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It is not only high school athletics in Mississippi adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The Kosciusko Dixie youth baseball and softball seasons are on hold.
Antonio Harmon does not let the star ratings or hype distract him.
On Monday night, the 6-foot-4, 205-pound wide receiver and safety lifted weights despite the fact that Kosciusko High School’s spring practices have been tabled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Casey Orr’s attention is now fully on his responsibilities as head football coach, teacher and assistant athletic director at Kosciusko High School.
Ethel High School fast-pitch softball coach Tyler McKinley is quick to admit that his Lady Tigers were in the midst of a few growing pains as the season was halted due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but he also notes his squad was beginning to improve.
The decision by the Mississippi High School Activities Association to cancel spring football practice for all schools as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic comes as a blow to McAdams coach Kenneth Nelson.
With the spring sports season for Mississippi high schools in limbo, many coaches are playing the “what if” game. That includes French Camp Academy softball coach Todd Chesser.
With just one starter back from last year’s squad, first-year Central Holmes baseball coach Ty Dean knew he was going to have his work cut out for him.
The City of Kosciusko issued this order this morning:
"ALL CITY OF KOSCIUSKO PARKS CLOSED, WITH THE EXCEPETION OF THE WALKING PATHS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:
According to Elizabeth Peteet, Kosciusko-Attala E911 director, her staff will now ask a number of new questions when citizens call for the city or county for emergency services.