Spring Hill Boys 7th Grade Football

  • Overall Record: 7 - 1
  • Conference Record: 3 - 1

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Freshmen Shutout Henderson 51-0

The Freshmen Panthers announced their high school football presence with resounding authority Thursday night. Due to Troup (our varsity opponent) not having enough teams, Henderson filled in as the visitor to Panther Stadium for the season opener. The Panthers were ready and waiting for the Lions. The Panther defense scored first as Henderson had a

JV Football Vs Troup

Our Spring Hill Panthers JV  took the field Thursday night against the Troup Tigers.  The opening quarter saw big plays from the Panthers offense led by Brady Powers and KD Tennison.  The Spring Hill defense mounted an impressive goal line stand right before the end of the half to keep momentum on their side. The

JV/Varsity Football Schedule

    VARSITY       DATE OPPONENT TIME   SITE 8 / 18 New Diana (Scrim)     Home 8 / 25 Rusk (Scrim)     Home 9 / 1 Troup 7:30   Away 9 / 8 Brownsboro (Football Senior Night) 7:30   Home 9 / 15 White Oak 7:30   Away 9 /

Labor Day Football Report Times

9-12 Football players will practice on Labor Day, Monday, September 4. The 9th grade will report at 8:30 and practice 9-11. JV and Varsity will report at 9:45 and practice 10-1. This day is not optional.  All practices are mandatory.  Please make every effort to have your athlete there.

Panthers to take on Rusk in final tuneup tonight

A listless start had manifested itself into a sense of urgency for the Spring Hill Panthers in their scrimmage with New Diana last Saturday morning. The Panthers appeared stuck in the mud throughout much of the controlled portion of play. They desperately needed something positive to happen. Any little spark could ignite and give Kelly

Spring Hill starts slow, finishes fast in scrimmage

It’s not always how you start that matters. A lot of times, it’s how you finish that counts most. That’s likely the maxim Spring Hill’s Kelly Mercer will use following Saturday morning’s controlled scrimmage against New Diana. The Panthers started a little slow, but finished with a flurry. New Diana’s Robbie Coplin, in complete contrast,

Our Day to Shine!

The THSCEF Benevolence Fund will allow us as a foundation to help beyond our present Permanent Injury and Memorial Benefits policies that currently dictate what we can give to help student athletes with special needs and hardship cases.