Despite the lull of spring break, the Kosciusko Lady Whippets took to the road late last week, where they traveled more than 400 miles and played five games in a 24-hour period.
Entering the week, Kosciusko coach Tony Terry lamented the early spring weather that delayed the team season opener by a week.
Kosciusko entered the bottom of the sixth inning last Monday trailing Leake Central by two runs.
Matthew Allen smacked a three-run double to score Justin Nunn, Lucas Price and Micah Parker and give the Whippets a 4-3 lead.
After rain forced the Kosciusko softball program to push its season back a week, the Lady Whippets returned to the diamond and began their title defense with a resounding 17-0, run-rule-shortened win against Choctaw County last Tuesday.
Shamarvious Hodges strung together a postseason-worthy performance as the Gentry senior exploded for 28 points last Tuesday to lead Gentry over Kosciusko 100-62 which sent Gentry to the second round of the MHSAA Class 4A postseason.
Kosciusko baseball team took in a preseason jamboree tune up in last Monday’s Pearl Classic contest against Jackson Academy. The Whippets dropped a 3-2 game to the Raiders.