Not long after Kosciusko concluded its 2019 season, the Whippets and former head coach Kelly Causey announced they would part ways. Causey’s resignation marked the end of a three-year tenure in which he compiled a 9-25 record with the Whippets.
Kosciusko rising senior Antonio Harmon needs no introduction when talking about the best wide receivers in the Magnolia State. The rangy wideout has garnered scholarship offers from numerous Power Five programs.
The 2019 season brought forth the creation of the first-ever Kosciusko girls volleyball season. The news not only grabbed the attention of the Whippets’ athletic community, but it also energized a city eager to welcome a new athletic program.
Nikki Stevenson played volleyball off and on throughout her high school career. Her love for the sport did not end upon her high school graduation from Ackerman High School.
The coronavirus pandemic not only forced the premature end of Madison Autry’s tennis season, it also just happened to be her senior season.
First-year Kosciusko baseball coach Derrik Boland is disappointed, but he understands why the MHSAA decided to cut his Whippets’ baseball team season short.
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.
Kosciusko junior second baseman Kelly Hood will represent the Lady Whippets at the May 29-30 Mississippi Association of Coaches All-Star fast-pitch softball game at Jones College.
Kosciusko’s tennis team was only able to get three matches in before the season was halted by MHSAA officials due to growing coronavirus concerns.
The Whippets went 1-2 in those matches, including a Region 4-4A win.