Author:

Panthers Official Sponsor

Multiple Teams · Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball beat Gladewater 7A 25-19


Monday, October 23, 2017

5:45 PM

Gladewater 7A
AWAY
19

Spring Hill High School
HOME
25

Game Recap

7A started off slow. However, vital serves from Halee Bray brought the girls back into the game with Natalie Fisher serving well for the win. The second set proved to be a challenging one with the Lady Panthers behind for most of the game. Even though they pushed through till the end, they were unable to win the set, forcing a third game. For the third set, the girls were aggressive on defense and made some great plays. Helping with serves was Amirah Alexander and Kaylan Jones. Great communication and focus led them to the win for the night.

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
5
Gladewater 7A
18

25

19

Spring Hill
25

21

25


Panthers Official Sponsor

Multiple Teams · Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball beat Gladewater 7B 50-35


Monday, October 23, 2017

4:30 PM

Gladewater 7B
AWAY
35

Spring Hill High School
HOME
50

Game Recap

7B started the night out strong. Leading servers for the first set were Nevaeh Norfleet and Meralis Machuca. For the second set, Anahy Barron and Kaitlynn Griffin had some key serves to give the Panthers the lead and eventual win. Key defensive player was Lindsey Hall.

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
5
Gladewater 7B
16

19

Spring Hill
25

25


Panthers Official Sponsor

Multiple Teams · Spring Hill High School Junior Varsity Football falls to Gilmer High School 34-6


Thursday, October 26, 2017

6:30 PM

Gilmer High School
AWAY
34

Spring Hill High School
HOME
6

Game Recap

The Spring Hill Panthers JV football team battled the Gilmer Buckeyes Thursday night at 7pm. Both defenses played very well for the first half which ended with a Gilmer lead 14-6. The Panthers fought extremely hard but just committed too many mistakes in the second half on both sides of the ball against a good Gilmer team. KD Tennison had the Panthers lone score of the night. The Panthers are now 6-2 on the season. The Spring Hill Panthers JV will look to rebound and seek revenge against Pleasant Grove next Thursday (11/2) at Hawk Stadium.

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
Gilmer
7

7

13

7

Spring Hill

6


Panthers Official Sponsor

Panthers News · All Teams Schedule: Week of October 30 – November 5


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Spring Hill High School, October 30 – November 5

MONDAY

October 30, 2017

4:30 PM Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
@ Gilmer 7B
SCHEDULE
4:30 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
@ Gilmer 8B
SCHEDULE
5:45 PM Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
@ Gilmer 7A
SCHEDULE
5:45 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
@ Gilmer 8A
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

October 31, 2017

No events happening

WEDNESDAY

November 01, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

November 02, 2017

5:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Football
vs. Pleasant Grove High School
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Freshman
@ Texas High School
SCHEDULE
6:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football
@ Pleasant Grove High School
SCHEDULE
7:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Football
vs. Pleasant Grove High School
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

November 03, 2017

5:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Garrison High School
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Garrison High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Football
vs. Pleasant Grove
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

November 04, 2017

2:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Gary High School
SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

November 05, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


Panthers Official Sponsor

Multiple Teams · Spring Hill High School Varsity Football falls to Gilmer High School 44-42


Friday, October 27, 2017

7:30 PM

Spring Hill High School
AWAY
42

Gilmer High School
HOME
44

Game Recap

GILMER — Spring Hill scored with 58 seconds remaining to pull to within a couple of points, but the Panthers came up short in a shootout against Gilmer, 44-42, on Friday at Jeff Traylor Stadium — dropping another heartbreaker in District 7-4A Division II play.

Spring Hill, which opened the season with five straight wins, drops to 0-3 in district play. The three losses have come by a total of six points — including 38-35 and 57-56 losses to Gladewater and Pittsburg before Friday’s two-pointer.

Gilmer improves to 6-2 overall and 2-1 in the district with the win.

Spring Hill led14-10 after one quarter, and the Panthers took that lead in at the break.

Gilmer did jump in front early when Bran Webb rambled 45 yards for a touchdown with 7:24 to play in the initial quarter, but Spring Hill answered with a 7-yard TD run by Kiante Stoker two minutes later to tie things.

The Buckeyes got a 23-yard field goal from Adan Ibarra with 2:05 left in the first, but Stoker tallied again — this time capping a seven-play, 59-yard drive with an 8-yard TD run.

After a scoreless second quarter, Webb’s 9-yard touchdown run with 9:32 to play in the third and a 6-yarder by Webb five minutes later moved Gilmer on top 23-14. The Panthers answered by driving 77 yards in 11 plays and using a 2-yard touchdown run by Zack Tulpa to keep it close heading into the fourth quarter (23-21).

Webb found the end zone again early in the fourth, this time racing 18 yards for the score, but Tulpa went in from 11 yards out two minutes later as the Panthers refused to go quietly.

With 8:30 to play, Poppy Brown dived in from the 1-yard line after setting things up with a 46-yard pass to Morgan Lusty, but Stoker’s 63-yard TD run with 6:38 to play kept Spring Hill in the game.

The eventual game-winner came with 1:44 to play on a 12-yard run by Brown, ending an eight-play, 70-yard drive for the Buckeyes.

The Panthers closed out the scoring with 58 second to play on a 22-yard touchdown pass from Gage White to Morgan Bradford.

Spring Hill will host Pleasant Grove, and Gilmer will host Atlanta next Friday.

Read this article on ETVarsity.com by clicking on this direct link:
https://www.etvarsity.com/news/2017/oct/27/et-football-spring-hill-comes-short-44-42-loss-aga/

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
Spring Hill
14

7

21

Gilmer
10

13

21


Panthers Official Sponsor

Panthers News · Event Recap: Week of October 21 – October 27


Saturday, Oct 21st

No event results

Sunday, Oct 22nd

No event results

Monday, Oct 23rd

Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 7B
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 8B
N/A
Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 7A
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 8A
N/A

Tuesday, Oct 24th

No event results

Wednesday, Oct 25th

No event results

Thursday, Oct 26th

Boys 7th Grade Football
@ Gilmer High School
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football Freshman
vs. Gilmer High School
L 7 – 34 SUMMARY
Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. Gilmer High School
N/A
Boys 8th Grade Football
@ Gilmer High School
N/A

Friday, Oct 27th

Girls Varsity Golf
Pine Tree Spooktacular 36
th Place
Girls Varsity Golf
Pine Tree Spooktacular 36
th Place
Boys Varsity Golf
Pine Tree Spooktacular 36
th Place
Boys Varsity Football
@ Gilmer High School
N/A SUMMARY

Panthers Official Sponsor

Multiple Teams · Spring Hill High School Junior Varsity Football Freshman falls to Gilmer High School 34-7


Thursday, October 26, 2017

5:00 PM

Gilmer High School
AWAY
34

Spring Hill High School
HOME
7

Game Recap

Spring Hill’s 9th grade hosted the Gilmer Buckeyes at Panther Stadium on Thursday night for their third district game. The Panthers opened the game kicking to Gilmer, who managed to score a TD on their opening drive to go up 7-0. The Panthers were unable to have the same opening drive success and turned the ball over to the Buckeyes on downs. The Panther defense was ready this time, as they stopped Gilmer and forced a punt. The Spring Hill offense managed success with their first play as Nick Stewart had a nice 11 yard run to get a Panther first down. However the Buckeye defense stiffened and forced Spring Hill to line up for a punt. The snap sailed over the punter’s head and he was tackled deep in Spring Hill territory, ending the first quarter.

Gilmer was able to get the ball in the end zone on the first play of the second quarter, making the score 14-0. Spring Hill fumbled the ensuing kickoff, but managed to retain possesion. The Panthers were unable to move the ball with success and punted to Gilmer. The Panther defense held Gilmer in check, aided by a big QB sack on 4th down by Tavion Sterling. QB Carter Dixon had a nice run for 9 yards, followed by another run of 4 getting a Spring Hill first down. Brody Barnhill then ran the ball for 12 yards for the Panthers. An option pitch from Dixon to Stewart moved the ball to the Gilmer 15 yard line. Dixon carried it inside the 10 on the next play, but a Panther fumble gave Gilmer the ball on its own 10 yard line. The Buckeyes then scored on the next play from 90 yards on a run around the right side. The PAT attempt was blocked by Brody Barnhill and the halftime score read 20-0 in favor of the Buckeyes.

Gilmer tried to open the second half with an onside kick, but Bryant King was ready and fell on the ball for Spring Hill. The Panthers were unable to move the ball and were forced to punt the ball away. Gilmer completed a pass and after a long run, Colin Martin made a TD saving tackle. The Panther defense fought hard, but Gilmer scored another TD on a 4th down reverse. The PAT made the score 27-0 Gilmer.

Spring Hill found some success as Dixon managed a 30 yard run off the left side and moved the ball into Gilmer territory. However, the Buckeyes intercepted a Dixon 4th down pass to take over possession. Brody Barnhill sacked the Buckeye QB to force Gilmer to punt as the third quarter ended with SH trailing 27-0.

Spring Hill again turned the ball over on downs. Barnhill had his second sack of the game on 3rd down, but a Gilmer pass kept the ball in their possession deep on the Spring Hill side of the field. The Panther defense forced Gilmer to go for it on 4th down, and the Buckeyes scored on a TD pass to push the lead to 34-0. On the first play of the ensuing Spring Hill possession, Stewart rattled off a nice 12 yard run to the Gilmer 48 yard line. On the next play, Dixon found Grant Fisher for a 48 yard TD. Fisher kicked the PAT true and the score read 34-7 in GIlmer’s favor. The Buckeyes retained possession and were able to run the clock out to end the game.

Spring Hill (5-2-1, 1-2) will travel to Texarkana next Thursday to take on Texas High. The official game time is yet to be determined. Please check SHPanthernation for updates.

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
Gilmer
14

6

7

7

Spring Hill

7


Panthers Official Sponsor

Panthers News · Where’s Texas’ Toughest Place to Play? – Presented by VNN


Last month we asked our network to share the places in their state that they thought were the toughest to visit. Nearly 500 stadiums, gyms, pools, and courses were nominated, and now it’s time to crown a winner.

Where’s Texas’ Toughest Place to Play?

Votes are eligible to vote once per day.

Where’s Texas’ Toughest Place to Play?

Abe Martin Stadium – Football – Home of the Lufkin Panthers
Bear Stadium – Football – Home of the West Oso Bears
Klein Memorial Stadium – Football – Home of the Klein Collins Tigers
Everman Court – Many Sports – Home of the Everman Bulldogs
Bearcat Stadium – Football – Home of the Aledo Bearcats
Panther Stadium – Football – Home of the Spring Hill Panters
Dragon Stadium – Football – Home of the Southlake Carroll Dragons
C. H. Collins Stadium – Football – Home of the Denton Broncos
Yellow Jacket Stadium – Football – Home of the Cleburne Yellow Jackets
Ranger HS Gym – Volleyball – Home of the Ranger Bulldogs
Yovani Gallardo Field – Baseball – Home of the Trimble Tech Bulldogs
Challenger Columbia Stadium – Football – Home of the Clear Brook Wolverines

made here


Winning locations will be entered into our Regional and National Contest to come at a later date!

Presented by VNN


Panthers Official Sponsor

Multiple Teams · Spring Hill High School Varsity Football falls to Pittsburg 57-56


Friday, October 20, 2017

7:30 PM

Pittsburg
AWAY
57

Spring Hill High School
HOME
56

Game Recap

Mark Thomas scored on a 1-yard run in overtime, and Jaylon Jimmerson added a two-point conversion for the Pirates as Pittsburg earned a 57-56 win over the Spring Hill Panthers on Friday in District 7-4A Division II play at Panther Stadium.

After the teams battled to a 49-49 deadlock in regulation play, Spring Hill got the ball to open the overtime period and scored on a 3-yard run by Zack Tulpa and an Efren Barcenas PAT.

But Pittsburg had the answer with the TD run by Thomas and another big play by Jimmerson, who rushed for 108 yards and passed for 220 yards for the Pirates.

Pittsburg improves to 5-2 overall and 2-0 in district play with the win. Spring Hill drops to 5-2 and 0-2, losing back-to-back district games by a total of four points.

The Panthers opened the scoring on a 16-yard run by Tulpa, who finished with 137 yards on the ground, with 8:45 to play in the opening quarter. That capped a seven-play, 63-yard drive.

Pittsburg answered with a 15-yard TD run by Jimmerson to tie things, but Kiante Stoker moved the Panthers back in front with a 7-yard run at the 5:10 mark of the first period.

Stoker finished with 135 yards on the ground.

Jjordan Turner’s 2-yard run in the opening minute of the second quarter again tied things for the Pirates, who went in front on a 1-yard run by Keithlyn Griffin with 4:25 to play in the half.

Two minutes later, Stoker raced in from 35 yards out for Spring Hill, but a 15-yard pass from Jimmerson to Griffin as time expired sent Pittsburg into the lockerroom with a 28-21 lead.

Tulpa’s 85-yard run in the opening minute of the second half tied things, and a 16-yard pass from Gage White to Stoker with 7:26 to play in the third gave Spring Hill a brief lead. before Pittsburg roared back with an 18-yard TD strike from Jimmerson to Keontae Burns.

Tulpa capped a six-play, 75-yard drive late in the third with a 5-yard TD run, a touchdown set up by a 50-yard pass from White to Morgan Bradford.

White finished the night 7 of 13 through the air for 127 yards.

in the fourth, Pittsburg drove 49 yards in six plays, scoring on a 1-yard run by Jimmerson after a 31-yard run by Burns set things up. The Panthers came right back with a 19-yard run by Stoker, however.

The final score came with 6:28 to play in regulation on a 24-yard pass from Jimmerson to Burns.

The Panthers will visit Gilmer, and Pittsburg hosts Pleasant Grove on Friday.

Read article on ETVarsity.com by clicking on direct link: https://www.etvarsity.com/news/2017/oct/21/et-football-pittsburg-earns-overtime-victory-again/

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
OT1
Pittsburg
7

21

7

14

8

Spring Hill
14

7

21

7

7


Panthers Official Sponsor

Panthers News · All Teams Schedule: Week of October 23 – October 29


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Spring Hill High School, October 23 – October 29

MONDAY

October 23, 2017

4:30 PM Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 7B
SCHEDULE
4:30 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 8B
SCHEDULE
5:45 PM Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 7A
SCHEDULE
5:45 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Gladewater 8A
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

October 24, 2017

No events happening

WEDNESDAY

October 25, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

October 26, 2017

5:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Football
@ Gilmer High School
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Freshman
vs. Gilmer High School
SCHEDULE
6:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. Gilmer High School
SCHEDULE
7:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Football
@ Gilmer High School
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

October 27, 2017

7:00 AM Girls Varsity Golf
Pine Tree Spooktacular 36
SCHEDULE
7:00 AM Girls Varsity Golf
Pine Tree Spooktacular 36
SCHEDULE
7:00 AM Boys Varsity Golf
Pine Tree Spooktacular 36
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Football
@ Gilmer High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

October 28, 2017

1:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Hallsville High School
SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

October 29, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!