The Panthers softball team had its best offensive day of the season Tuesday, scoring 14 runs over the course of a doubleheader at Finger Lakes Community College. Even with the uptick in scoring, the Panthers remained winless on the year with a pair of losses to the Lakers, 18-6 and 18-8. Tompkins Cortland is now 0-12 on the year while Finger Lakes is 4-22 overall and 4-16 in Region III.
In a game that featured a combined 24 runs scored, the Panthers couldn’t hold an early lead, and then came up short with a last-inning rally, falling 13-11 at Genesee Community College Tuesday. The game was scheduled as the first half of a doubleheader, but rain forced the second game to be called off. The result leaves Tompkins Cortland with a record of 11-14 overall and 7-8 in West Division play. Genesee is 20-13 overall and 8-5 in West Division.
The first member of the 2019 recruiting class is Nathan Stuart from G. Ray Bodley High School (Fulton, N.Y.)
The Panthers softball team had another rough day on Saturday, losing to Onondaga Community College 24-0 and 21-4. Tompkins Cortland is now 0-10 on the year while Onondaga is 16-9 overall and 9-1 in Region III.
With just a partial team available, three Tompkins Cortland golfers competed as individuals at the Mohawk Valley Invite on Friday. Playing at the Oneida Community Golf Course. Sean McDaniel (Dryden/Dryden H.S.) carded a 97 and Jacob Beber (Fort Ann/Fort Ann H.S.) came in at 102 for the men while Mackenzie Constable (Sidney/Sidney H.S.) finished fifth among nine female golfers with a 119.
For the first time this season, the home field was no advantage for the Panthers baseball team. Tompkins Cortland hosted Finger Lakes Community College on Thursday, dropping both games by final scores of 11-5 and 5-0. The result was the first time this year Tompkins Cortland has lost both ends of a home doubleheader and drops the Panthers to 11-13 overall and 7-7 in West Division play. Finger Lakes is 23-15 overall and 12-4 in West Division.