That’s right it’s officially Softball season. The Lady Panthers are coming off of a fantastic State Runner-up finish last year, but Coach Johnson and the Lady Panthers aren’t willing to settle for second. The Lady Panthers started their season off on the right foot with a 12-1 win over Andalusia. The Lady Panthers are returning all but one starter this year and are looking to go even farther. Here is what this years remaining schedule looks like for the Lady Panthers:
@ G.W. Long
@ Enterprise (vs Central Phoenix City)
vs g.W. Long
The Geneva Panther Baseball team has got off to a 2-3 start to their season with losses to Enterprise and New Brockton, and wins over Samson and Eufaula. The Panthers are returning a good bit of talent this year while only losing one to graduation last year. The Panthers will have a challenging schedule this year with only 7 games being played in Panther Park. Here is what the remaining schedule looks like for Panther Baseball:
@ Geneva County
vs Geneva County
@ Geneva County (vs Samson)
@ Geneva County
@ Houston Academy
vs Houston Academy (DH)
@ New Brockton
Coach Bixby and the Geneva Lady Panthers wrap up a great season by losing to Montgomery Academy 42-26 in Montgomery. The Lady Panthers went undefeated in the area and won the Area Championship. The Lady Panthers finish the year with a 28-4 record and top 10 in the State. The Lady Panthers will be losing 4 starting seniors and 5 in all following this year, including Jesslyn Culverhouse, Nikki Lamb, Anslee Finch, Destiny (Snow) Dennard, and Meagan Smith.
The Geneva Varsity Boys and Girls Teams have been preparing for the season. The Geneva Varsity Boys start their season home in the annual Thanksgiving Tournament hosted by Geneva on November 16th, 19th, and 20th. The Lady Panthers will begin their season in Montgomery in a tournament hosted by St. James on November 8th and 9th. The Girls and Boys teams will follow with Providence at home on November 27th, Rehobeth at home on November 29th, and at Geneva County on November 30th to wrap up November.
Geneva faced off against Calhoun to end the year. Kahari McReynolds led the team in rushing yards on just 4 carries with 78 yards, 2 rushing Touchdowns. Mason Coskrey added 42 yards on just 5 carries, 2 rushing Touchdowns, 12 passing yards, 4 tackles, and 2 pass deflections. Dylan Creech had 28 yards, 1 Touchdown, 4 tackles, and an interception. Geneva ended the season with a win over Calhoun 49-12.