The Panther's Paw

Following Traditions

Story by: Maddie Kennedy

September 20, 2019

Spring Hill High School Homecoming is a time that many people enjoy. They are going against Malakoff High School and are ready to show how awesome the Panthers are.  They all take part in doing the same traditions every year, near the end of September, because it is what people are used to doing and what they love. They have d...

The Honor of Being a Nominee

Story by: Madalyne Kirby

September 20, 2019

Walking down the field with linked arms. The bright smile filled with joy shining to the audience. The announcer calling out their names, and the honor the girls have of running for homecoming queen. This is how the homecoming nominees are feeling during homecoming night. We wanted to take a closer look at how one particular seni...

A Blast to The Past

September 20, 2019

Journalism 1 class took to the streets as investigated what all of the different organizations are doing to prepare for this years Homecoming game.  They wrote stories based on the interesting things they found out.

Building the Blue Brigade

Story by: Anahy Barron

September 11, 2019

Looking back at the summer of 2019 at summer band camp on August 7- August 11 of 2019 band students attended band camp at Lone Star, Texas. They went to camp to learn Friday night football game marching drills and snap drills.   “My favorite part was learning to be a more disciplined person,” sophomore Chris ...

No More Sunsets For The Panthers

Story by: Brody Barnhill

September 11, 2019

  Summer, a time when you can play football from sunrise to sunset. But not anymore thanks to the UIL regulations about practice time. Springhill panthers change their two-a-day practices August 5, at Panther Stadium. UIL has added an acclimation period so that athletes are able to acclimate to the extreme heat of East Tex...

A Chance For Something New!

Story by: Tyra Tatum

September 11, 2019

  This summer at Spring Hill was hot and full of change! From a new superintendent, to new coaches, to new band directors, to even new teachers. Panthers are taking theses changes head on and ready for new opportunities this school year. From the hot humid summer practices to work in the classroom our Panthers are ready to reach...

Can You Dig It?

Story by: Maddie Kennedy

September 8, 2019

This summer Spring Hill High School volleyball had a big change. They received three new coaches. With two a days they worked super hard with the girls to make them better athletes, putting in timeless hours. Everyone is very glad to have them and they have improved the volleyball program so much. We all hope that they keep up t...

Time is Ticking

Story by: Mi'asia Arceneaux

September 8, 2019

Memories, beautiful pictures, and family time: three things that can never get destroyed. Over the course of summer 2019,  Longview and Houston residents created those memories, pictures, and family time by traveling across America and other countries to spend time with family all while getting away from their small town home...

Panthers at Pinecove

Story by: Whitney Gauthier

September 8, 2019

Every summer, over 40,000 boys and girls choose to spend a week of their summer at Christian Summer Camp, Pine Cove, in Tyler, Texas swimming in the lake, learning about Christianity, playing games, meeting new people, and doing everything in between, making for a notable week each year. “I like absolutely everything at P...

Travelling to Distant and Nearby Places

Story by: Rose Schoonbeck

September 8, 2019

Panther summers were well remembered because of the events within. Whether that be going out of state to see new wildlife or just going and spending time in the water.   Panthers left the school year of 2018-19 with the intent of having a good time and that’s exactly what they did. May through August was the ti...

Snacking Our Way Through Summer!

Story by: Micah Socoteanu

September 8, 2019

Summer gives you a lot of downtime to chill, hang out, but also to eat snacks to your heart’s desire. According to Fox News, four out of ten people in America spend about fifty dollars on snacks every week. Although it may not have been widely discussed, many Spring Hill High School students agree that eating snacks was a ...

Pack, Pride, Purpose

Story by: Janna Socoteanu

September 8, 2019

 Painful! Intense! Scorching Hot! These are some descriptions Spring Hill students used to describe workouts called Panther Maker. Panther Maker is a summer workout for students playing in sports from seventh to twelfth grades. These workouts were three days a week from 8 to 10 a.m in the months of June and July. These workout...

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