A little more than an hour after his team dropped a decisive game three in the MHSAA Class 1A South State Championship series, Ethel High School head fast-pitch softball coach Tyler McKinley was still reflecting on just how tough his Lady Tigers played on Monday night.
Fans will get their first look at the 2019 version of coach Kelly Causey's Kosciusko High School football team on Saturday as the Whippets take on Cleveland Central at 1 p.m. at the 2019 Starkville High School Football Spring Jamboree.
Second-year Ethel head fast-pitch softball coach Tyler McKinley is not pretending that his team's South State 1A Championship Series with Vardaman is not a big deal.
The Kosciusko Junior High Girls amassed 161 points to win the North Central Mississippi Conference track meet held on April 2 in Winona.
KJH earned the only 24 points awarded in the girls’ pole vault to finish 27 points ahead of second place Charleston.
The Kosciusko Junior High School boys and girls teams combined for 16 gold medals during the North Central Mississippi East Division Championship meet held at Winona High School on Monday.
Tyler McKinley says his Lady Tigers softball team can be something special; he would just like for them to have a chance to be seen.
Weather permitting, springs sports will hit full swing this week. Rain is expected to visit the Attala County area most of this week, but the full impact of the wet weather on local sports will not be known until Saturday comes to a close.
Kosciusko High School led the way with seven athletes on the Star-Herald Super 24 football team, recognizing local athletes for the accomplishments during the 2018 football season.