In signing Mackenzie Alford, Kosciusko soccer coach Greg Cooper said East Central Community College is getting a team-first player who is not shy about stepping back and assuming a different role for the betterment of her program.
The Causey family’s football history with Mississippi Delta Community College is well-documented.
Kosciusko (19-6, 6-1 Region 4-4A) enters the last week of the regular season with a firm grip of the No. 1 spot in the Region 4-4A standings.
Terry Skinner’s step-back jumper at the end of the first half gave Kosciusko a 1-point lead over Louisville at intermission, and the senior’s efficient shooting helped lift the Whippets to a 76-74 win over the Wildcats last Friday.
The Kosciusko girls soccer team broke back into the win column with a 6-0 shutout of Louisville on Tuesday. The win was the Lady Whippets’ first in Region 3-4A play this year, and it improved the team to 2-9 on the season.