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It’s Homecoming week in Attala County. Students and faculty at Kosciusko, Ethel, and McAdams are showing off their school spirit throughout the week before festivities culminate Friday night with Homecoming football games and the crowning of new queens. wants to see the best pictures from students, teachers, principals, businesses and anyone else participating in Homecoming dress up days or spirit events. Pictures can be submitted with the Submit News tab at the top of the homepage or by… Read More.

KHS Homecoming 2017 Theme Days

The Kosciusko School District has announced themed day for this year’s Homecoming. Mardi Gras Homecoming will be the week of Sept. 18 -22. Monday – Mathletes vs Athletes – Are you a Sheldon or a Dak? Tuesday – Fat Tuesday – Dress Mardi Gras gear Wednesday – Out of This World – Let’s travel to outer space for our Whippets Thursday – Country vs Preppy – Which one will you be? Friday – Spirit Day – Wear Homecoming 2017 T-shirt… Read More.


The Whippets come short against the Tigers

The Kosciusko Whippets came into this game looking to get their first win of the season. The Whippets traveled to Winona to match-up against the Tigers. The Whippets were the first to put points on the board with a passing touchdown making the score (7-0). The Tigers would answer back with a passing touchdown tying the score (7-0). The Tiger then took the lead in the second quarter with a passing touchdown making the score (7-14). The Whippets answered back… Read More.

CTC programs meet qualifications for recertification

The construction and welding programs at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center recently met requirements to become re-certified as an Accredited Training and Education Facility (ATEF) through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). Pictured are Trey Culpepper–welding instructor, Brent Bean –MS Construction Education Foundation (MCEF) representative, and James Hodges – construction instructor.

The Bulldogs keep rolling

The Bulldogs come into Morehead Mississippi looking to improve their record to (3-0) in a matchup against the MDCC Trojans. The Bulldogs dominate offense were the first to get on the board with a rushing touchdown making the score (7-0). The Bulldogs strong defense pushed the Trojans to a three and out giving the ball back to the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs would then score in the remaining minutes of the first making the score (14-0). The second quarter was scoreless…. Read More.

Whippet FB named Autumn Ridge Dental Player of the Game

Kosciusko Whippet fullback Kenwon Riley has been named this week’s Autumn Ridge Dental Player of the Game. The Whippets lost a close game to Grenada, but the Chargers didn’t have an answer for the rushing attack of the junior running back. Riley carried the ball 28 times for 111 yards, which accounted for exactly half of the team’s total yards. “He did a great job,” said Whippet head coach Kelly Causey. “At times, he was getting tackled by three guys… Read More.

Whippets Play Hard but lose

The Whippets traveled to Grenada looking for their first win of the season.  The Chargers were the first team to put points on the board with a passing touchdown making the score (0-7). The Whippets would then score tying the game on an option play making the score (7-7). The whippets then benefited off of a bad punt by the Chargers by scoring  a touchdown right after. The Chargers would then score off a rushing touchdown tying the score again… Read More.

Whippet QB named Autumn Ridge Dental Player of the Game

Kosciusko Whippet quarterback/safety has been named this week’s Autumn Ridge Dental Player of the Game. Williams turned in a fantastic performance on both offense and defense in the 33-21 loss to Ridgeland Friday night. On offense, Williams carried the ball 11 times for 100 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, Williams recorded 8 tackles including one tackle for loss. “He does everything,” said head coach Kelly Causey. “He’s going to be out there on a regular basis on both sides of… Read More.

The Bulldogs keeps the train going

Holmes Community College Bulldogs come into this week’s game with an (1-0) record looking to improve it to (2-0) against Southwest CC Bears. The First half of the game was a scoring spree. The Bulldogs intercepted the ball from the Bears in the first couple of plays of the game. The Bulldogs scored a quick 14 points in the first making the score (14-0). The Bears would then get back to back touchdowns in the first tying the score (14-14)…. Read More.