The Whippets went 3-0 last week to improve their winning streak to five games and move to 9-3 on the season.
Kosciusko topped Morton 6-2 last Friday.
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.