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Multiple Teams · Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball falls to Bullard 7A 25-19


Monday, October 2, 2017

5:45 PM

Bullard 7A
AWAY
25

Spring Hill High School
HOME
19

Game Recap

During the first set, Halee Bray was instrumental in putting Spring Hill in the lead with her serves, with Dina Zeid coming through with her serves at the end to win the set in a close game. For the second set, leading servers were Ke’asya Anderson and Natalie Fisher. Key servers in the third set were Dina Zeid and Amirah Alexander. Several times throughout out day, the girls worked hard to come from behind and take the lead. Even when down, they never gave up. Defense and communication were great all around.

The Lady Panthers will be playing in a tournament hosted at Spring Hill on Saturday. Then on Monday, they will play at Spring Hill starting at 4:30. Come out and support your Lady Panthers!

Box Scores

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2
3
4
5
Bullard 7A
25

25

25

Spring Hill
27

20

19


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Multiple Teams · Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball falls to Bullard 7B 44-33


Monday, October 2, 2017

4:30 PM

Bullard 7B
AWAY
44

Spring Hill High School
HOME
33

Game Recap

Leading the team is serves for 7B was Meralis Machuca with 6 service points in a row. The ladies communicated well as a team and improved all around.

The Lady Panthers will be playing in a tournament hosted at Spring Hill on Saturday. Then on Monday, they will play at Spring Hill starting at 4:30. Come out and support your Lady Panthers!

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
5
Bullard 7B
25

19

Spring Hill
21

12


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Multiple Teams · Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball falls to Gilmer 7A 25-14


Monday, September 25, 2017

5:45 PM

Gilmer 7A
AWAY
25

Spring Hill High School
HOME
14

Game Recap

Lead server for 7A was Natalie Fisher. She helped to keep the girls in the game. Playing great defense for the team was Sidney Ochoa.

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
5
Gilmer 7A
25

25

Spring Hill
13

14


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Multiple Teams · Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball falls to Gilmer 7B 45-40


Monday, September 25, 2017

4:30 PM

Gilmer 7B
AWAY
45

Spring Hill High School
HOME
40

Game Recap

Lead server for 7B was Lindsey Hall who helped the girls keep their lead during the second set. Other key servers included Machuca Meralis and Nevaeh Norfleet.

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
5
Gilmer 7B
25

20

Spring Hill
18

22


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Multiple Teams · Spring Hill High School Varsity Football beat Huntington High School 48-0


Friday, September 29, 2017

7:00 PM

Spring Hill High School
AWAY
48

Huntington High School
HOME
0

Game Recap

HUNTINGTON — Spring Hill will head into a bye week and then into District 7-4A Division II play unbeaten on the heels of a 48-0 win over the Huntington Red Devils on Friday.

The Panthers (5-0) finished with 432 total yards — 225 rushing and 207 passing — and scored more than 40 points for the fourth time in five games this season.

A year ago, Spring Hill scored 206 points in 10 games. Through five games in 2017, the Panthers have outscored opponents 257-87.

The Panthers held Huntington to 191 total yards.

Kiante Stoker rushed for 130 yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead the way on the ground for Spring Hill. Zach Tulpa added 99 yards and a touchdown. Gage White complete 8 of 13 passes for 207 yards and two touchdowns, with Dayson Adaway finishing with 118 receiving yards and one touchdown catch.

Spring Hill opened the scoring with 8:38 to play in the first quarter on a 50-yard run by Stoker. Less than three minutes later, Stoker scored his second TD of the night and Sprign Hill led 13-0 after the missed extra point.

Carson Fruge got the defense into the scoring fun in the second quarter with a 45-yard interception return for a score, and two minutes later Tulpa hauled in an 18-yard TD pass from White.

Adaway made it a 34-0 contest at the half when he snagged a 61-yard strike from White.

Daryn Beck scored on a 13-yard run in the third and added another rushing TD in the fourth to make the final 48-0.

Jarrell Stevens rushed for 92 yards in the loss for Huntington (1-4).

Direct link to article on ETVarsity.com – https://www.etvarsity.com/news/2017/sep/29/et-football-spring-hill-elevates-5-0-after-48-0-wi/

Box Scores

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2
3
4
Spring Hill
13

21

7

7

Huntington


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Panthers News · All Teams Schedule: Week of October 2 – October 8


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Spring Hill High School, October 2 – October 8

MONDAY

October 02, 2017

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

TUESDAY

October 03, 2017

5:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball
vs. Gilmer High School
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
vs. Gilmer High School
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

October 04, 2017

7:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Golf
PT Invitational
SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

October 05, 2017

5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Freshman
@ Open
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Football
@ Sabine High School
SCHEDULE
6:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football
@ Open
SCHEDULE
7:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Football
@ Sabine High School
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

October 06, 2017

4:30 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball
vs. Bullard # Teacher Appreciation Night
SCHEDULE
4:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
vs. Bullard High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Football
@ Open
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

October 07, 2017

TBA Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Spring Hill Tournament 8B/8A
SCHEDULE
TBA Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Spring Hill Tournament 7B/7A
SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

October 08, 2017

No events happening

Notes

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


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Panthers News · Event Recap: Week of September 23 – September 29


Saturday, Sep 23rd

Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
@ Chapel Hill High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Chapel Hill
N/A

Sunday, Sep 24th

No event results

Monday, Sep 25th

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

Tuesday, Sep 26th

Coed Varsity Tennis
SHHS Varsity Tennis vs. Gladewater HS
th Place
Girls Varsity Volleyball
vs. Kilgore High School
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
vs. Kilgore High School
N/A

Wednesday, Sep 27th

No event results

Thursday, Sep 28th

Boys Junior Varsity Football Freshman
vs. Huntington High School
T 28 – 28 SUMMARY
Boys 7th Grade Football
@ Huntington High School
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. Huntington High School
W 55 – 6 SUMMARY
Boys 8th Grade Football
@ Huntington High School
W 8 – 20

Friday, Sep 29th

Boys Varsity Football
@ Huntington High School
N/A

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Multiple Teams · Spring Hill High School Junior Varsity Football Freshman ties Huntington High School 28-28


Thursday, September 28, 2017

5:00 PM

Huntington High School
AWAY
28

Spring Hill High School
HOME
28

Game Recap

With Huntington only having a single subvarsity team, the Panthers hosted the Tenaha Tiger JV, who made the trip up from Shelby County. Tenaha received the opening kick and managed to move the ball to the Panther 42 before a fumble recovery by Matt Shankles gave the ball to Spring Hill.

Solid runs by Nick Stewart, Michael Marrs, and Carter Dixon moved the ball into Tiger territory. Dixon found Curtis Crowe on a 15 yard pass into the endzone for the first score of the evening. Grant Fisher’s PAT attempt was no good, and the first quarter ended with Spring Hill in front 6-0.

On the next Panther possession, Stewart again was a force around the left side. A Dixon fumble was recovered by Stewart to keep the possession. After a Dixon competion to Fisher, the Panthers were forced to punt. Crowe was able to fall on the ball after Tenaha mishandled the return and keep the Panthers in possession. A hard punishing run by Marrs allowed Spring Hill to find paydirt again for the TD. A Stewart conversion on the two point play gave the Panthers a 14-0 lead.

Tenaha was able to find some offense, moving the ball from their own 37 yard line to the Spring Hill 27. The Tigers scored from 12 yards out, and converted the two point play to make the score 14-8 at the half.

The second half started out with a solid run by Stewart around the right side. However, a Dixon fumble gave the ball to Tenaha around midfield. The Tigers scored on the drive and converted for two, giving Tenaha the lead 16-14.

The fourth quarter saw a lot of action as both teams traded scoring drives. The Tigers scored first in the quarter on a 23 yard run. They failed on the two-point conversion to increase their lead to 22-14. The ensuing kick-off return by Spring Hill almost scored as Crowe took the ball down from the Panther 10 to the Tiger 29. On fourth down from the Tenaha 23, Stewart ran around the left side for the score. The two point conversion was good as Dixon pitched on the option to Stewart.

After both teams exchanged punts, the Tigers were able to score on a 13 yard pass with 1:18 left on the clock. The Panthes offense was put on Stewart’s shoulders as he ripped off 12 yard and 8 yard runs, followed by a 43 yard run to the Tiger 4. Another Stewart run to the 2 preceded a Dixon intentional stoppage by spiking the pass to stop the clock with 2 seconds left. Dixon then crossed the goal line as the clock expired to tie the score at 28. The ensuing PAT attempt was blocked and the game ended in a tie.

The Panthers will be off next week as they prepare to host Gladewater to open the district schedule. The game will be on October 5th, starting at 5 pm in Panther Stadium.

Box Scores

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3
4
Huntington

8

8

12

Spring Hill
6

8

14


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Multiple Teams · Spring Hill High School Junior Varsity Football beat Huntington High School 55-6


Thursday, September 28, 2017

6:30 PM

Huntington High School
AWAY
6

Spring Hill High School
HOME
55

Game Recap

The Spring Hill Panthers JV football team played the Huntington Red Devils at Panther Stadium Thursday night at 7pm. The Panthers came out swinging and making big plays all over the field. The first quarter had the Panthers defense swarming the Red Devils. Brady Powers scored first after a nice run to give the Panthers a 7-0 lead. After another defensive stop, Luke Guerisco made a great catch from KD Tennison in the back of the end zone to extend the lead by 14. After an amazing interception by Exavier Hinton that gave the ball back to the Panthers inside the 10 yard line, Brady Powers bulled his way into the end zone for another score. The defense then stopped the Red Devils on their next drive to force them to punt. Cameron Easley then had an electrifying return for 55 yards to extend the Panther lead to 28-0 at the end of the 1st quarter.
The second half started as the first half did as Trent Greggson returned the opening half kick return 89 yards for a score. The Panthers played stifling defense in the second half with multiple sacks by Carson Manasse, Brady Powers, and Exavier Hinton. KD Tennison had a great second half hookup through the air to Braden Hermon for a 35 yards touchdown. Tennison ended the night with a 30 yard TD run late in the fourth quarter. The Spring Hill Panthers JV is now 4-1 on the season. The Spring Hill Panthers will be in a bye week next week but will open district play October 12th against Gladewater at Panther Stadium.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
Huntington

6

Spring Hill
28

14

13


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