Spring enters the 2020-2021 season seeking its fifth-straight playoff appearance and hope to improve on their Area-round exit a year ago from the playoffs. Spring will be led by first-year head coach Bryan Cannamore and he has a nice roster coming back.
Coming back from a squad that went 11-3 in district a year ago include District 16-6A Defensive MVP Kierra Merchant. She did that as a freshman. Merchant averaged 15.5 points and 7.9 rebounds per game. She also chipped in 3.7 steals and 2.5 assists per game for the Lions.
Also back are second-team, all-district picks Kyndal Ayro and Brandi Dunn. The duo averaged 7.7, points and 7.5 points per game, respectively. Ayro also chipped in 3.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game, while Dunn had 4.3 rebounds and 2.4 steals per game to add to her line. Watch for Rikeyah Gant on the court as her role has expanded.
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H-Town High School Sports made its debut this past week on AT&T Sportsnet and with that came the first Team of the Week presented by Allegiance Bank.
Last week's accolade went to the Spring Lions Football team who is undefeated this season. Check out this piece on the HAIL MARY against Westfield.