Category Archives: Competition Results

Win $1 Million Dollars!

The inaugural Million Dollar Hole-in-One Golf Shootout takes place Saturday, Jan. 20, at 9 a.m. at Sun ‘n Lake Golf and Country Club on the home hole number 18. Proceeds from the golf shootout benefit the SFSC Athletic Department.

For those interested in qualifying, come out on Thursday, Jan. 18 or Friday, Jan. 19, between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., at the Sun ‘n Lake driving range, where you can purchase as many shots as you like (a bag of 10 balls for $10) to become one of the final 12 finalists who get a shot at making a hole-in-one on Saturday morning and a $1 million prize. The 12 closet to the pin shots on Thursday and Friday qualify for the event. For any additional information, contact Coach Rick Hitt in the Athletic office at ext. 7036.  Go Panthers!!


Brain Bowl Teams Compete at Santa Fe College

Last Saturday, Jan. 13,  two SFSC Brain Bowl teams traveled to Gator Country to compete in the IMSANITY5 Mirror Tournament (formerly called the Santa Fe Open Tournament) at Santa Fe College in Gainesville. They competed against six other state colleges and two state universities. The questions were from a national high school championship. Some coaches were… Continue Reading

Brain Bowl Team Heads to the Santa Fe Open and South Florida NAQT Sectionals

Two Brain Bowl teams are heading to Gainesville on Friday, Jan. 12 for Saturday’s Santa Fe Open being held at Santa Fe College. They will face teams from the College of Central Florida, Florida Gateway, Santa Fe College, Tallahassee Community College, the University of Central Florida, the University of Florida, and State College of Florida, Manatee/Sarasota.… Continue Reading

Panther Athletics’ “Second Season” Begins in January

With the fall term coming to a close, the Panther Athletic teams continue to prepare for the “second season.” Fall 2017 saw the Lady Panther Volleyball and Cross Country teams play out their regular seasons  into November.  As we enter the spring term,  the Lady Panther Softball and men’s baseball  teams will open their regular season… Continue Reading

Lady Panthers Cross Country Team Finishes Season 2017

The SFSC Lady Panther Cross Country team braved the cold as they competed in the NJCAA National Championships held in Fort Dodge, Iowa.  Upon arrival on Thursday, Nov. 9, the ladies completed their first workout while the temperature was 17 degrees.  On Friday during the course practice run, the ladies and coaches prepared for Saturday’s race in… Continue Reading

Brain Bowl Competes in Delta Burke Tournament

Over the weekend, two SFSC Brain Bowl teams competed in the 21st Annual Delta Burke Tournament held at Valencia College-West Campus in Orlando. They faced 22 teams from eleven state colleges, South Georgia, and a university. SFSC Orange (A team) went 6-5, ranking 11th overall. The team consisted of Juan Perez (#10 with 45.91 points… Continue Reading

Cross Country Update

Congratulations to the SFSC Lady Panther Cross Country team, who finished as the FCSAA Regional runners up Saturday, Oct. 28, at the region meet in Tallahassee. The Panthers were edged for first place by Pasco Hernando State who are the regional champs for 2017. The Panthers were led by Lexy Barraza, who finished  9th overall (22.28), followed by  Brenda… Continue Reading

Brain Bowl Results Oct. 20-22

Over the weekend, two Brain Bowl teams traveled to the College of Central Florida in Ocala to compete in the 5th Annual Erik Korray Open against one high school and nine state colleges—22 teams and 79 players altogether. Both teams included three returning members and four new members. South Florida Orange were 8-3, ranked 6th… Continue Reading

Volleyball Action Update

  In Volleyball action Thursday, Oct. 19, the Lady Panthers lost a hard-fought five-set match to visiting State College of Florida by scores of 25-22, 18-25, 27-25, 20-25, and 12-15. The Lady Panther sophomores were recognized with their families who were in attendance prior to the start of the match.  It was the final match of the year… Continue Reading