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**Attention Female Athletes!**

Parents and Staff, Spring Hill ISD has been notified that a female student athlete currently attending our Summer Strength & Conditioning workouts has tested positive for COVID-19. The coaching staff was notified by the parent that the student had exposure at a non-school activity.  Following UIL protocol, we will be canceling all workouts for female

Girls Summer Workout Form

Girls in grades 7-12 will begin summer strength and conditioning on Monday, June 8 from 9:00-10:30 am.  Please print the attached registration form and bring it with you if you can.  We look forward to seeing you!  


Please refer to the following links for information and registration for summer workouts.  Be sure to read the information carefully as we have to adhere to all of the guidelines that the UIL has established to keep everyone safe.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone next week!   Print this form, complete and bring

RankOne Forms 2020-2021 and Physical Information

Parents and Athletes The RankOne Online athletic forms are up and ready to be completed for the 2020-2021 school year. These forms must be completed for every child that will be involved in any extracurricular athletic activity before the first school day of the 2020 school year. The following link will take you to the

MVP of the Year

The 2019/2020 Most Valuable Player of the Year Award goes to none other than Gage White. Gage has been the leader of the Panthers all 4 years of his High School career.  He holds several records for Spring Hill and took his team to the playoffs for the first time in 13 years. Thank you,

2019-2020 Offensive Players

The 2019/2020 Offensive MVP Award is going to Aaron Collier. Aaron was a returning starter and played every game of the season. He moved to the left side this year and was our most consistent offensive player. Aaron excelled in protecting the backside of the Quarterback and dominating one-on-one blocks. Also, he was always the first

2019-2020 Defensive Player of the Year

The Defensive Player of the Year contributes the most to the overall defense. This is a player who is looked at as a leader and who always must be accounted for by an opposing offense. This year this player had 72 tackles, 13 tfls, 8 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 2 blocked kicks, and 11 QB

2019-2020 Fighting Heart Award

The Fighting Heart award goes to the overall player that attributed the most heart and soul throughout the season. This player contributed to all 3 phases of the game, played through injuries and adversity, and came to work every day with a great attitude and a leaders personality. This year’s Fighting Heart award goes to

Special Forces Award

The Special Forces Award will be awarded to a player who contributes on offense, defense, and special teams.  This player is selfless and is willing to do what ever it takes to help the team be successful.  The majority of the time this athlete is not seen in the spotlight, but the job that this

Apex Predator Award

The Apex Predator is an award that goes to a player that is one of the top players for the Panther Defense.  This player is always looking for ways to create or cause turnovers.  He plays with high energy and always has a sense of ball awareness on the field.  He’s truly an Apex Predator