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Spring Hill Girls 8th Grade Basketball falls to Gilmer JH 45-7

Monday, November 14, 2016 7:00 PM Spring Hill High School AWAY 7 Gilmer JH HOME 45 Game Recap The Lady Panthers played their first district game against the Lady Buckeyes on Monday, November 14. Unfortunately, the Buckeyes came out with the win. The girls faced a challenge with the height difference but many of the

Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Basketball falls to Dekalb 17-10

Saturday, November 12, 2016 12:00 AM Spring Hill High School AWAY 10 Dekalb HOME 17 Game Recap Spring Hill 7th A team played with heart all day on Saturday. The girls had a long but successful day against many teams. The girls won the first two games and made it to the championship. The girls

Spring Hill Girls 8th Grade Basketball beat Daingerfield Tournament 24-23

Saturday, November 12, 2016 8:00 AM Spring Hill High School AWAY 24 Daingerfield Tournament HOME 23 Game Recap The 8th Grade A Team Lady Panthers competed in an all day tournament in Daingerfield this past weekend. Their first game was against Daingerfield at 8. The Panthers were off to a slow start in the first

Lady Panthers Fall to Bulldogs

The lady panthers fought hard but fell short of Carthage HS 55-35 in their first regular season game. Jayla Landrum and Lacey White were high scorers with eight points followed by Kayla Crowe with seven. The lady panthers will continue their season with the home opener this Friday, November 11 at 6:00 PM versus Mt.

JH Girls Basketball Pictures

November 15, during 1st period, the Jr. High girls basketball teams will take pictures in the Jr. High gym. ¬†The photographer will be there by 7:45 so don’t be late for school! ¬†Picture forms are available from Coach Cain or Coach Young.

JV White drops shootout to Atlanta

Before the opening kickoff of the game, the guys on the JV White team were asked to leave everything that they had on the field. “It’s the last game of the season, there’s no reason to keep anything in reserve.” Those words were taken to heart by the 21 young men who had made the