Whippets upset the Warriors in game two of playoffs

The Whippets face-off in game two of playoff action against the Corinth Warriors. The Warriors and the Whippets were scoreless in the first inning. The Warriors went three up and three down in the second inning. The Whippets make the first run of the game in the bottom of the second on one hit making the score (1-0). The Warriors remained scoreless in the third inning. The Whippets earn three runs on two hits in the bottom of the... Read More.

Whippets lose a close one

The Whippets travel to Corinth to face off against the Warriors for game one play off action. The whippets and Warriors were scoreless in the first inning. The Whippets were the first to put points on the board in the top of the second with two runs on three hits making the score (2-0). The Warriors were scoreless in the bottom off the second. The Whippets were scoreless in the top of the third on three hits and no... Read More.

KLE Pre-K Parent Night rescheduled

The Pre-K Parent Academy class scheduled for Thursday night has been cancelled. The meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 24 from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm at Kosciusko Lower Elementary cafeteria. Double prizes will be given out at the Tuesday meeting. For more information, call Kosciusko Lower Elementary at 662-289-3364

Whippets win Region 4-4A Championship, finish undefeated in region play

The Kosciusko Lady Whippets are the champions of Region 4-4A. The team finished region play undefeated Tuesday night with a pair of 15-0 wins over Noxubee County. This is the sixth year in a row the Whippets have won or shared the Region 4-4A Championship. Winning the region championship gives the team a bye in the first round of the MHSAA Softball Playoffs. The Whippets will begin postseason play on Tuesday, April 24. Game times and opponents are TBD.

Whippets take to the field for spring football (video)

Spring practice for the Kosciusko Whippet football team officially began on Tuesday. The team spent the first day running drills without pads. The Whippets will culminate spring football season with a spring game on Friday, May 11. For more information on Whippet Athletics, follow @KSDsports on Twitter.  

Local teacher named Skills USA Advisor of the Year

Mr. Gerald Simmons, Automotive Service Technology Instructor, from the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center, was recently recognized at the Skills USA State Competition as the 2018 Advisor of the Year. Mr. Simmons has been the automotive program instructor and Skills USA Advisor for 30 years.  

Whippets Fall to Trojans

The Kosciusko Whippets Baseball team playing 4A Region 4 High School baseball tonight at home on Whippet Field hosting the Trojans of New Hope from Columbus. The Whippets are 11-9 overall this season and 4-3 in the district while the Trojans are ranked the #2 baseball team in the state in 4A and are the district champions coming into this game with a 19-4 overall season record and 7-0 in the conference. The first pitch of the game resulted... Read More.

CTC Students earn top honors at Skills USA Competition

The Kosciusko Attala Career Tech Center was well represented this year at the Skills USA State Competition. Joshua Rudisill (pictured – left) placed 1st in the Automotive Service Technology contest. He won a $7500 scholarship to Lincoln Tech and a ratchet and socket set from Snap-on Tools. He will advance to the National Skills USA competition in June in Louisville, KY. Blayne Spears (pictured – right) placed 2nd in the Marine Service Technology contest and won a $5000 Scholarship... Read More.
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Disappointment in New Hope

The Kosciusko Whippets traveled to New Hope to face  the Trojans for a chance to be District Champs. The Whippets and Trojans went three up and three down in the first. The Whippets scored one run in the top of the second on two hits making the score (1-0). The Trojans Didn’t earn a run on hit in the bottom of the second (1-0). The Whippets went three up and three down in the top of the third. The... Read More.

KHS students earn literary honors

Kosciusko High School’s Dual-Credit American Literature II students competed in the Mississippi Poetry Society’s 2018 competition. Winners were announced at the 2018 Spring Poetry Festival Competition in Ocean Springs, MS. Pic from L to R: Avie Anna Massey, Makenzie Ryals, Kestyn Williams, and Thomas Brunt 

KHS names Star Student

Dhruv Patel has been chosen as Kosciusko High School’s Star Student based on his ACT score of 31. Dhruv is planning to attend Tulane University and major in Cell and Molecular Biology. He plans to continue his education on to medical school. He is the son of Kamlesh and Amisha Patel. Dhruv selected Mrs. Angel Chennault as Star Teacher. Mrs. Chennault earned her bachelor’s degree in secondary English education from Mississippi University for Women and her master’s degree in... Read More.