The fate of Mississippi High School Activities Association fall sports might be decided next Tuesday. That is when the MHSAA Executive Committee will meet to determine what adjustments may be necessary to begin the fall season in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Kosciusko baseball coaches presented awards for the abbreviated 2020 season last week.
“We had a little get together at one of our parents' house,” said head coach Derrik Boland. “We ate pizza and they swam in the pool.”
The Mid South Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) is planning for a fall season.
An Attala County native is the recipient of a prestigious national award.
Kosciusko softball star Kelly Hood had a double dose of disappointment due to the pandemic.
She was off to a great start her junior year, batting .565 with a .625 on base average and a 1.043 slugging average when the season ended.
The 2020 Kosciusko football schedule has 10 games, including the Whippets' five Region 4-4A opponents, and possibly a jamboree game, in Casey Orr's first year as coach.
There is a 2020-21 sports calendar on the Mississippi High School Activities Association website, but it is tentative because of uncertainty caused by the pandemic.
“Everything is pretty fluid at this time,” said MHSAA executive director Don Hinton.
Kosciusko High School’s Antonio Harmon has got all the options in the world at his disposal.
Kosciusko High School began on-campus workouts for athletes this week in accordance with Mississippi High School Activities Association guidelines.