Geneva High School, along with Geneva County High School, Samson High School, Slocomb High School, and Geneva Regional Career Technical Center, are uniting to raise money for Mrs. Tonya Turner, an employee of Geneva County Schools. Mrs. Lawson’s two daughters both are graduates of Geneva High School, and she is known to the communities in all of Geneva County. Please join us for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to raise money for a local resident effected by this terrible disease! T-Shirts are $10.00, and all profits are being donated to Mrs Turner to offset the cost of her medical treatments and expenses.
You may contact the front offices of any Geneva City or Geneva County school to purchase one. All payments are due at time of T-Shirt order, and all orders will be picked up on October 19th. We are also asking all attendees of the Geneva High School home game on October 26th to wear pink in honor of Breast cancer awareness. If you don’t purchase and wear one of these, please wear one from somewhere!
You may click the robbon to the left and download and print out this order form, or place your order directly at one of the locations above.
On September 28th at a pep rally, Coach Brynn Nix recognized Anslee Finch with a plaque for earning her 1000th career kill in the Geneva County 1st Invitational Tournament on September 15, 2018. Coach Nix says, ” This is a goal that Anslee and I talked about setting for her during her 10th grade year. In the beginning of her senior year I noticed that she was at 853 kills. So we discussed it and talked it over with her teammates and decided that we were all going to work hard to help Anslee achieve this goal. Little did I know…she was setting a school record as well.”
Anslee is a well known for her hard work, dedication, and determination across all sports at High School. And Coach Nix was very honored to present her with this award.
Mr. Landon Adams. In this interview, the camera is pointed back at Landon Adams, the founding student member of the Panther Sports Network. Miss Presley Hall, one of our newest PSN members, conducts the interview.
There are currently three plans:
One month (30 days), $9.95
Season Pass (4 months), $30.00
Annual Pass (365 days), $60.00
If you only want a particular game or two, then the one month will be your cheapest and best option. Only interested in a particular sport? Then time it right as your sport season starts and go for the season pass! The most cost effective, and the plan that will let you access ALL of our LIVE sporting events is the Annual Pass, and at $60.00 it is very cheap entertainment when you can’t make it to the games, and most importantly part of your pass fees (for any plan!) goes back to Geneva City Schools!
Click this link now in order to sign up, and we certainly do hope you enjoy viewing our network, and we thank you for your support!
Miss Nikki Lamb, known for her hard hitting, no punches pulled interview with WTVY’s Zach Wilcox concerning the TisdaleGate scandal, reels in her hard boiled journalism for a more relaxed interview with Geneva High School Varsity volleyball coach Brynn Nix.
In Landon’s next interview, he speaks with Coach Jamel Harris, the newest addition to the Geneva Panthers coaching staff. Coach Harris went to high school at neighboring Wicksburg before playing his college football with the University of Arkansas under Head Coach Houston Nutt.