Having defeated the Generals 52-26 in their regular season encounter, the Tigers put Saturday's game out of reach early and built a 38-14 lead in the first half.
Lewisburg then tacked on four more touchdowns in the second half to forge a 62-20 advantage late in the fourth quarter before coasting to the 36-point victory.
Although Spring Hill forced two first half turnovers by the Tigers, the Generals were unable to contain the Tigers' fleet footed skill position players, as Lewisburg rolled up 353 yards of total offense while averaging 10.7 yards per play. LMS gashed Spring Hill's defense with several long runs and churned out 254 yards rushing on 21 carries.
Tiger Quarterback Jay Howard made an impact in nearly every facet of the game, as he completed 4-of-10 passes for 53 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for 139 yards and three TDs on three carries, ran back a kickoff 72 yards for a score, and returned an interception 65 yards to the end zone.
The Tiger defense, meanwhile, forced three General turnovers and limited Spring Hill to 184 yards of total offense, which included just 94 yards rushing on 23 carries.
Tailback Dontae Smith paced Spring Hill's offense with 66 yards rushing on 12 carries and returned a LMS fumble 68 yards for a touchdown. Justin Oden added 14 yards rushing on three carries as well to go along with a 77-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
Trent Wiltfong was Spring Hill's leading receiver and caught two passes for 65 yards and a touchdown.
Brown paced Lewisburg's defense with nine tackles, while Crutcher recorded six tackles. Blair Conger, Ben Taylor, J.Q. Haislip-Hightower, and Daeveantae Brown also notched three tackles apiece with Haislip-Hightower registering an interception. Quinton Holmon tallied two tackles and recovered a fumble for LMS as well.
Fields then hit Hill for a 46-yard touchdown strike after catching a lateral from Howard, before Haislip -Hightower hauled in Howard's two-point conversion pass to give Lewisburg an 8-0 lead early in the first quarter.
Following a short punt by Spring Hill, Howard found Crutcher in the end zone for a 12-yard TD pass, while Brown ran in the two-point conversion to make it 16-0 with 1:10 left in the first quarter.
Howard quickly swung the momentum back in LMS' favor by racing 53 yards for a touchdown before Hill ran in the two-point conversion to stretch the Tigers lead to 24-6 early in the second quarter.
On Spring Hill's ensuing possession, Smith scored on a 30-yard touchdown jaunt prior to running in the two-point conversion to narrow the gap to 24-14.
Whitwell recovered a Tiger fumble at the General 32 to halt LMS' next drive, but Howard picked off a deep pass by Lovell a few moments later and sprinted 65 yards for a TD. Hill then ran in the two-point conversion to stake Lewisburg to a 32-14 advantage.
After stopping the Generals on downs at the Spring Hill 29, Howard hooked up with Fields for a 17-yard touchdown pass to push the Tigers' lead to 38-14 late in the first half.
LMS hit Spring Hill with another haymaker at the start of the second half, as Howard returned the opening kickoff 72 yards for a score to make it 44-14.
Lewisburg held the Generals scoreless on their next two possessions before Howard scampered 27 yards for a touchdown on the Tigers' third offensive series of the half to stretch LMS' lead to 50-14.
Oden returned the ensuing kickoff 77 yards for a score to trim the deficit to 50-20, but Howard broke loose for a 59-yard TD run to give Lewisburg a 56-20 advantage late in the third quarter.
Spring Hill once again lost the ball on downs at their own 37, before Brown scored on an 11-yard touchdown run to extend the Tigers' lead to 62-20.
Wiltfong then hauled in a 61-yard touchdown catch in the waning moments of the contest for the 62-26 final.