In the women’s competition, Mackenzie Constable (Sidney/Sidney H.S.) finishing tied for third with a score of 112.
On the women's side, five individuals competed, with Mackenzie Constable (Sidney/Sidney H.S.) finishing third with a score of 109.
A team score of 379 was good enough for the Panthers to claim third place in the Mid-State Athletic Conference golf championship Friday. And while the team took third place, Mackenzie Constable (Sidney/Sidney H.S.) earned co-medalist honors among female golfers, carding a score of 107 to finish in a tie with Hannah Kirk from Onondaga Community College. Constable's effort marks the first time a Panther woman has brought home that trophy.
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.
The weekend ended with a solid showing by the Tompkins Cortland golf team at the Panthers Invitational Sunday at Elm Tree Golf Course. With four golfers scoring in the 80s, the Panthers took fourth out of nine teams with a score of 334. Cayuga Community College won the event with 403. Cayuga Community College won the event with a 312, just one stroke ahead of Niagara County Community College. Hudson Valley Community College was third with a 322.
The first tournament of the season always brings it with it the chance of less-than-ideal conditions. The 2019 season-opener was no different, as the NJCAA Region III schedule teed off Friday at the Nicholas J. DeSocio Memorial Invite, hosted by Cayuga Community College at the Highland Park Golf Course in Auburn. With eight teams battling 30+ mph winds and fast greens, the Panthers came in with a fifth-place finish with a score of 403. Niagara County Community College won the event with a 356, six strokes ahead of the host school.