Kosciusko held its intra squad scrimmage last Friday in place of a preseason jamboree after a late Cleveland Central cancellation.
The Kosciusko volleyball era opened last Thursday as the Lady Whippets hosted Noxapater High School for both teams’ season opener.
Scores of fans packed the Whippets’ gymnasium to witness history and support the hometown team in its inaugural volleyball match.
Kosciusko wrapped up its full first week of practice Friday with a strong week-ending effort that drew praise from head coach Kelly Causey.
First-year Kosciusko head baseball coach Derrik Boland is not wasting any time stamping his imprint on his new program. Last week, the school installed six cameras — including a security camera — at the baseball stadium.
Lauren Peresich will lead Kosciusko into its inaugural volleyball season when the Lady Whippets open the year at home on Aug. 15 against Noxapater.
On Saturday, July 20, Kosciusko football history was frozen in time for a few hours as players, coaches, family and friends gathered at Randy Holloway’s home to rekindle old relationships and reflect on days past.
As a child, Michael Brunt would cozy up to his family’s transistor radio at night to catch broadcasts of St. Louis Cardinal baseball games. The Missouri station’s (KMOX) radio signal was strong enough back then to convert a number of Mississippians to Cardinals fans.