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Kosciusko, well-rested from its 11-day layoff, picked up its second win of the year last week in boys soccer action.
The Whippets shut out Winona 6-0 last Tuesday and dropped a 1-0 contest against Class 6A Pearl last Friday.
Karen Causey’s foray into tennis began 13 years ago.
When she moved to Kosciusko with her husband Kelly Causey in 2017, it was not long until she started to seek out ways to drum up interest in the sport in her new community.
After starting the season on a four-game losing streak, Kosciusko (1-4) broke into the win column with a 5-0 win against Choctaw Central on Nov. 16.
Eleazarus Greenleaf and his Kosciusko Whippets enter the final week of November one point shy of having a perfect record.
Although Cory Guyton graduated from McAdams High School, the 45-year-old basketball coach has lived in the Kosciusko area off and on most of his life.
The Lady Whippets earned their fifth win of the year last Tuesday with their 44-38 win over Greenwood. The win was also Kosciusko’s second this season over the Lady Bulldogs, as the Lady Whippets defeated them 53-44 on Nov. 10 in the Kosciusko Shootout.
Save for a one-point loss to Greenwood, the Kosciusko Whippets would be sitting pretty at 5-0 this season. That lone loss, however, might be just what galvanized players, as the Whippets went undefeated last week.