Spring Hill Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Basketball Games Rescheduled Due To Snow Days

The double snow days caused the boys and girls basketball teams to reschedule their district match-ups this week. See below for boys and girls basketball game schedule this week: Thursday, January 18th  Vs. Gladewater at SHHS  V girls at 6:00pm main court V boys at 7:30 main court (No sub varsity games) Saturday, January 20th

Spring Hill Panthers Playoff Game Tonight VS Carthage

Spring Hill boys’ basketball team will travel to Marshall tonight for a battle against Carthage High School at ETBU’s basketball gym. This game is for the Bi-District Championship between a 2 seed (CHS) and a 3 seed (SHHS). Tip off is scheduled for 7:00 PM. Tickets will be sold at the gate, $4 for students

Panthers Down the Bulldogs

Spring Hill traveled to Kilgore to take on the only team yet to have a district loss on Tuesday night. The Panthers shot 74% from the free throw line which added 26 points to their total score. Spring Hill lead nearly the entire game and finished ahead on the scoreboard for the victory. Kyren Miller

JV Boys Fall to Bullard

Spring Hill had some opportunities to win the game in the fourth but fell short to a tough Bullard team. Ryan Willis was the leading scorer with 11 points. Taylor Dishman had 10 points. Dayson Adaway scored 7. Grant Bartel totaled 4 points. Cam Owens finished with 2. They will play Gladewater on Tuesday at

Spring Hill Wins Shootout to Open District on the Road

The intensity was high in Bullard, TX Friday night and you could feel it when you walked in the gym. Both teams were fired up and extremely focused on getting a W to start district 1-0. The Bullard Panthers had a good crowd as usual and their student section always makes the atmosphere feel like

Varsity Boys Win on Home Court

Spring Hill Panthers (15-7) played a tough team from Alto High School (12-3). The game was back and forth all night but Spring Hill notched the win with a huge offensive showcase from Kyren Miller. The sophomore had the hot hand from beyond the arch hitting 8 three pointers, 26 points total . Miller had