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It is on to the Mississippi Gridiron League Super Bowl for two Kosciusko youth football teams. Both qualified with victories in games at New Hope High School last Saturday.
In slowing Kosciusko running back Zavier Miller, the Louisville defense accomplished what few other units could this season.
Miller was held to just three yards rushing on three attempts as Louisville defeated Kosciusko 46-23 last Friday.
Kosciusko quarterback Ethan Wood threw for 242 yards and three touchdowns, receiver Antonio Harmon had 146 yards receiving and two touchdowns, and the Whippets defeated Florence 28-25 Friday to earn their first win of the season.
The Kosciusko Whippets football team got up extra-early Friday morning to greet Pre-K through first-grade children in the car line as they arrived at Kosciusko Lower Elementary School Friday morning.
A current that had been missing surfaced in the third quarter of the Kosciusko Whippets 18-15 loss in Forest, Friday night.
And it felt good.
The sum total of the Kosciusko Cardinals Youth Football teams three games on Saturday was 97-0.
The Kosciusko Cardinals Youth Football teams travelled to Durant on Saturday came away with two wins and one loss, which could have gone either way.