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2017 Spring HS Strength & Conditioning Camp

Spring ISD Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp Spring High School Contact: Trent Miller – jmille2@springisd.org Dates: Week 1 – June 12-15 Week 2 – June 19- 22 Week 3 – June 26- 29 Week 4 – July 10- 13 Week 5 – July 17- 20 Week 6 – July 24- 27 Morning Session: 8-10 Afternoon

Mighty Lions Football – Everything They Said We Could Not Have

Since Sam Parker took the Spring coaching job in 2010, he has seen Dekaney hoist a state title trophy. Meanwhile, Westfield has been doing what Westfield does, serving as a factory for major-college football talent and collecting district titles. The Mustangs also have played for a state title and made two other trips to the

Mighty Lions Football Devours The Hawks – ONTO THE 3rd ROUND

Spring set another record last week. The Lions beat Pflugerville Hendrickson 38-14 in the Class 6A Division II area playoffs Friday in College Station for their first 11-win season. They take on Rockwall in the Region II semifinals at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Waco. Click link for full article – http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/spring/sports/article/Spring-sails-into-uncharted-waters-6650869.php


Spring HS football team made history Friday.  The Mighty Lions defeated Klein Oak Panthers 62-17.  The win helped Spring take the title of 15-6A District Champs. http://www.foxsports.com/southwest/video?vid=561501763571 Spring Mighty Lions next challenge is the College Park Cavaliers, on Friday, November 13, 2016 at Leonard George Stadium at 7pm.

Chasing History – SPRING HS beats undefeated Klein Collins

In Spring HS football team quest to bring the school its 1st EVER district championship, the Mighty Lions wins against an undefeated Klein Collins squad 36-30. First timers Spring shocked previously unbeaten Klein Collins on Saturday in a 36-30 win. The significance of that win means Spring could hoist a 15-6A championship trophy for the first

Spring Mighty Lions defeat Montgomery

Spring’s Joseph Dorceus didn’t play last week. He was one of 11 players suspended for their roles in the melee that unfolded on the field against Westfield. Dorceus made up for it with two game’s worth of production Friday – good and bad. The 245-pound defensive tackle/running back rushed for three touchdowns, fumbled twice and

Spring Prevails Against Klein

Posted: Saturday, October 10, 2015 10:30 pm | Updated: 10:49 pm, Sat Oct 10, 2015. By Kevin Cook kcook@hcnonline.com SPRING – Despite losing five defensive starters and head coach Sam Parker to suspension, the Spring Lions prevailed against the Klein Bearkats Saturday afternoon at Klein Memorial Stadium 35-7. The convincing performance, bolstered by two defensive

Iron Sharpens Iron in District 15-6A

THE FAMILIES Westfield Klein Collins Klein Oak Spring Dekaney Montgomery Klein Forest Klein   THE LEADING LORDS Adrian Hardy, QB, Dekaney Remember D’Juan Hines, the QB who led Dekaney to a state title? Hardy is an Oklahoma-commit and just as athletic. Ka’Darian Smith, DB, Spring Smith has the size to come up and support the