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Kossuth looking to get back over .500
by H. Lee Smith II
Sep 12, 2013 | 103 views | 0 0 comments | 45 45 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Kossuth got a needed shot in the arm last week with a 56-0 win over New Site.

It ended a three-game winning streak that date back to last season’s playoff loss at Cleveland East Side and gave an injury-depleted offense a shot in the arm with eight touchdowns and 438 yards.

Kossuth (1-2) hopes to have some of its injured players back tonight as the Aggies travel to face rival Tishomingo County. The Braves (1-2), who will be back at full strength following suspensions stemming from a season-opening brawl, are coming off a 41-38 loss to rival Belmont.

Last week Kossuth QB Weston Bobo accounted for 184 yards of offense and three scores on 17 plays, He was 7-of-13 through the air with a pair of TDs -- both to Matthew Stewart, who hauled in three passes for an even 100.

Kossuth rushed for 254 yards, paced by Blaine Mitchell (81, 2TDs) and Reed Mitchell (93), who fell one-yard shy of a 95-yard scoring run.

Coldwater (1-2) @ Biggersville (1-2)

Both clubs open their eight-game Division 1-1A schedule tonight in the Lions’ Den.

Coldwater has dropped two straight after opening the season with a 22-10 win at Strayhorn. The Lions (1-2) go into the win column last week with a 22-18 win at Benton County.

Caleb Kitchens passes an air attack with 698 yards and nine TDs on 47-of-85 passing. Darian Barnett (18-320-5) and Jaylon Gaines (17-274-4) are the sophomore’s favorite targets.

Hatley (0-3) @ Central (1-2)

Alcorn Central plays host to Hatley in a non-division affair.

The Bears won 6-0 at Hatley last year in a 2-9 campaign. The Tigers finished 0-11 last season and carry a 19-game losing streak into tonight’s contest.
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