The Ethel High School and Kosciusko High School slow-pitch softball teams met in a 4-inning warm-up on Saturday in Winona, with the Tigers winning 3-2.
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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.
The Holmes Community College Bulldogs improved to .500 on the season behind four touchdowns from sophomore quarterback Reggie Hayes on a 34-14 win over the Mississippi Delta Community College Trojans on Homecoming 2018.
Holman Edwards has been playing quarterback for French Camp for three years while Phillip Caradine is new to the position of defensive end, but both had big games in the Panthers' 42-7 victory over Hamilton on Friday night.
The goal for the Ethel Tigers going into their game with defending Class 1A South State champion Nanih Waiya last Friday night was to have fun.
EHS head coach Dave McCrory said there were some bright spots in his team's 40-0 loss to the Warriors.
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.