A Close Win for the Panthers

On Thursday, December 5, the Geneva Panthers travelled to G.W. Long. 

Noah Johnson with 18 points, six rebounds and one assist. Kahari McReynolds with 11 points, six rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block. Damion Kemmerlin with 18 points, six rebounds, one assist and one block. Trevon Kemmerlin with 18 points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal. Kaleb King with three points, two rebounds and two assists. Avery Perry with two points and one steal. Timothy McReynolds with two points, two rebounds, seven assists and five steals. Dylan Creech with five points 10 rebounds and one assists. 

The final score of the game is 77-69. 

The Geneva Panthers will next play in Samson on Friday, December 6th.  PSN will be live streaming, so if you are not able to be there, be sure to tune in!

Throw down on the Court


On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, Geneva travelled to Enterprise State Community College to play Daleville. 

Noah Johnson with 13 points, five rebounds, one assist and one steal. Kahari McReynolds with three points, two rebounds and three assists. Damion Kemmerlin with eight points, six rebounds and one assist. Dylan Creech with eight points, five rebounds, one assist and one block. Trevon Kemmerlin with 12 points, six rebounds, two assists and one block. Kaleb King with six points, one steal and one block. Avery Perry with three points, three rebounds, one assist and one steal. Timothy McReynolds with two points one rebound one assists and two steals. 

The final score of the game was 52-65. 

Their next game is on Thursday, December 5. The panthers will travel to G.W. Long. 

Panthers Pull Out the Win At The Buzzer


On Friday, November 22, 2019, Geneva hosts the Thanksgiving tournament. The teams included in the tournament are Geneva, Geneva County, Wicksburg, Samson, Providence, and Rehobeth and Florala. 

To start off the tournament, Geneva Boys played against Rehobeth at 9:00 am. The final score of the game  72-70

Noah Johnson with five assists one block six rebounds. Kahari Mcreynolds with 12 points, four rebounds, five assists and two steals. Damion Kemmerlin with 10 points, four rebounds, one assists and one steal. Dylan Creech with 21 points, 14 rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block. Trevon Kemmerlin with 12 points, eight rebounds, one assist and six steals. Kaleb King with four points, two rebounds and three assists. Avery Perry with seven points, two rebounds and four steals. Timothy McReynolds with two points and two rebounds. Ivey Lawson with two points, three rebounds and two steals. 

Their record is 1-2. 

The boys will next play on Monday, November 25, 2019. They will take on Florala at 7:00 pm.

The first game of a new season

On Friday, November 15,2019, Geneva Hosted the first game of the season against Hartford. 

Noah Johnson with 13 points, four rebounds, one assist, two steals and two blocks. Kahari McReynolds with nine points, four rebounds, three assists. Damion Kemmerlin with four points, two rebounds, one assist and three steals. Dylan Creech with three points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal. Trevon Kemmerlin with 14 points, four rebounds, one assist. Kaleb King with nine points, one rebound, three assists and five steals and one block. Avery Perry with three points. Timothy Mcreynolds with four assists and two steals. Grant Marsh with three points three rounds. Ivey Lawson with four points, one block, six rebounds and one assist. 

Damion Kemmerlin going for a free throw.

Their next game is against Florala in Florala on Tuesday, November 19. 

Geneva’s Successful Season Comes to An End

Geneva traveled to Mobile on Friday night to take on the Mobile Christian Leopards for the first round of the playoffs.

Captains for Geneva: Clayton Hall #62, Kahari McReynolds #1, and Dylan Creech #3

To start off the game Geneva won the coin toss and would elect to kick, which would allow Mobile Christian to receive. The first quarter would be all Leopards. After receiving the kickoff, Mobile would only take one minute off the clock before they would throw a screen to the left side and would take it into the end-zone for a touchdown. Extra point would be good. Geneva would try to answer back after receiving the following kick and try to get some momentum built on offense but Mobile Christian would stop the Panthers and would get the ball back. The Leopards would line up on offense and with 5:38 left in the first quarter Mobile Christian would run it in for a 3 yard touchdown. Mobile Christian would score one more time in the first quarter making it 21-0 going into the second quarter.

Kahari McReynolds taking it to the endzone

Most of the second quarter would be quite until with 3:02 left in the half the Leopards would take the hand-off and run it in to increase their lead to 28-0 over Geneva. Below 2 minutes Geneva would finally be able to get on board after Kahari McReynolds would take it 66 yards for a touchdown. 2 point conversion would be no good. Geneva would kick off after the touchdown and Mobile Christian would run it back for a kick return giving them a 35-6 lead over Geneva going into the half.

Dylan Creech bouncing to the outside to get into the end-zone

The Panthers would receive the ball to start the second half but could not get anything going. Mobile Christian would get the ball back and would get the hand-off to get into the end-zone to increase their lead to 42-6. Geneva would start to get some momentum built up and Dylan Creech would take the hand-off, shed off a couple of Leopards, and would get into the end-zone for a touchdown. Damion Kemmerlin would call his own number and would be able to get the 2 point conversion. Mobile Christian would go into the fourth quarter with a 42-14 lead over Geneva.

Damion Kemmerlin calling his own number

The Panthers momentum would carry into the fourth quarter. After stopping the Leopards on downs, Geneva would drive down field to get on the Leopards’ side of the field. Damion Kemmerlin would then call his own number and would run it in for a touchdown with 10:44 left in the game. 2 point conversion would be no good. Mobile Christian would later answer back with a touchdown to make it 49-20 with 7:22 left on the clock. Geneva would not quit, with 4:40 left in the game, Dylan Creech would take the hand-off and run it in for another touchdown. 2 point would be good. The Panthers went for an onside kick and would recover! Geneva kept fighting. Damion Kemmerlin would drop back to pass with 2:02 left on the clock and would throw it up in the end-zone and Kahari McReynolds would leap to catch it and would make sure to keep one foot in to make it another touchdown for Geneva. 2 point conversion would be good. Once again, Geneva would try the onside kick but this time the Leopards would recover and run the time out. Mobile Christian defeated Geneva 49-36 to advance to the second round of the playoffs.

Geneva’s season would come to an end after having an 8-2 regular season record and making it to the first round of the playoffs.

PSN is very proud of this team and what they have accomplished.

As always…… GO PANTHERS!