Contributed with credit to Justin Lecher (Woodlawn) and Dawson Calhoun (Lafayette County)
Spring Hill vs. Woodlawn
Spring Hill played Woodlawn on January 24, 2019. The Sr. Boys game ended in a loss with a final score of 60-68. Spring Hill was down 4-0 at the start of the game and held the lead until there were only three minutes left in the game. It was 18-12 at the end of the first quarter, 36-32 going into halftime, and 50-40 at the end of the third quarter. However, Spring Hill was outscored by eight in the fourth quarter. Individual scorers were: Hayes Martin – 29 points; Colby Light – 12 points; Brady Whatley – 10 points; Bradey Powell – 3 points; Drake Kidd – 2 points; Layne Anderson – 2 points, and Matthew Bruce – 2 points. On a high note, the Sr. Boys were able to hold Woodlawn below their season average in three point shots, after Woodlawn scored 14 three pointers in the first match-up they played this season. The Spring Hill Sr. Girls gained another win against Woodlawn with a final score of 55-41. The girls went into halftime with a score of 20-12. Katy Rivera led the team in scoring with 20 points and Kaylee Brooks came in second with 10 points. The Spring Hill Jr. Girls team rounded out the evening with a winning score of 39-29.
Spring Hill vs. Lafayette County
The Spring Hill Bears played the Lafayette County Cougars on February 1, 2019. The first game of the evening was the Jr. Girls, who lead for most of the game. The Cougars tried to fight their way back into it, but the Jr. Lady Bears held strong to gain a victory with a score of 48-29. Camryn Dickson lead scoring with 14 points. Erin McMaster scored 11 points, and Libby Flowers and Blakelee Adams both scored 8 points. The Sr. Girls have been red hot on their home court this season. The Sr. Lady Bears lead the whole game and never looked back, finishing with a winning score of 53-37. The final game of the night was the Sr. Boys. The Bears fought hard during the entire game, but were behind the Cougars coming out of halftime. The Bears tried to fight their way back into the game, but the Cougars outscored the Bears during the fourth quarter. In the end, The Bears picked up a loss with a final score of 64-49. Brady Whatley lead scoring with 10 points. Colby Light scored 8 points, and Bradey Powell was right behind him with 7 points.