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Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball falls to Gladewater 7B 42-37

Monday, September 18, 2017 4:30 PM Spring Hill High School AWAY 37 Gladewater 7B HOME 42 Game Recap The 7B team struggled the first set to get their serves over and to keep the ball in play. However, during the second set, Nevaeh Norfleet brought the Panthers back for the win with an 8 point

Spring Hill Girls 7th Grade Volleyball beat Gary Tournament 7A 25-12

Saturday, September 16, 2017 12:00 AM Spring Hill High School AWAY 25 Gary Tournament 7A HOME 12 Game Recap This past weekend the 7A volleyball team traveled to Gary for their first tournament of the season. The girls won their three games, each by two sets. They remained aggressive throughout the long day, and communicated

Fan Cloth Order Is Here!

ATTENTION JR. HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PARENTS!  IF YOU PLACED A FAN CLOTH ORDER PLEASE COME PICK IT UP AT THE HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT OR SEND YOUR STUDENT TO GET IT!    

Girls Basketball Fall League Schedule

Thursday, September, 21 6:00 PM – Spring Hill vs. Harleton 7:00 PM – Pine Tree vs. Sabine 8:00 PM – Hallsville vs. Union Grove 9:00 PM – Spring Hill JV vs. Spring Hill Thursday, September, 28 6:00 PM – Harleton vs. Spring Hill JV 7:00 PM – Sabine vs. Hallsville 8:00 PM – Spring Hill

JrHigh vs Rains @home

Your junior high panthers will play Emory Rains at Panther Stadium with the 7th and 8th grade B games starting at 4:30pm. Followed immediately by the 7th grade A team at 5pm, and the 8th grade A team playing at 6pm. Come out and support our junior high boys. Please contact coach James Hardin for

Gilmer JH Meet Recap-

Unable to sleep in, after the exciting victory from Varsity Football defeating White Oak, the JH CC runners were up bright and early Saturday morning to compete in the Gilmer JH CC meet, hosted at Gilmer Elementary. Finally able to run in the cool morning, the JH girls and Boys were joined with 5 Varsity CC members

Lear Park Recap-

It was another Hot and Humid race for the SHCC teams as they competed this past Friday at Lear Park, against hundreds of runners from all across East Texas. Bribed with the traditional Pizza King lunch, 28 runners and bikers would set up camp and then prepare to get the job done. However, in running one must