The Lady Jags improve to 5-1 overall and 2-0 in the region — their second straight win and their fifth shutout win of the season. Stockbridge is 1-7, 1-5.
Fisher scored on a penalty kick 16 minutes into the first half, followed by Hendricks on an assist from Michela Williams 20 minutes into the match.
Olivia O’Brien and Madison Stewart (who was assisted by Mylee Mobley) scored next to give SHS a 4-0 halftime lead.
The Lady Jags didn’t waste any time putting Stockbridge away in the second half as Fisher scored her second goal 13 minutes in and Erika Strnad scored two minutes later from the midfield.
Hendricks scored on a ball that she crossed in from the right that was deflected in by a Stockbridge defender and Alex Reaves scored minutes later.
Spalding’s final goal was scored by Kristen Argila on an assist by Mobley with 15:41 left in the match.
Stockbridge did not get a shot on goal.
“Our defenders held their forwards in check for all of the game. Abby Stephens and Madison Stansell combined in the net for the shutout,” said Lady Jags head coach Wayne Gardner. “They didn’t have to save any shots, but they managed balls dropped to them by our defense or long balls kicked in by the Lady Tigers.”
Spalding had 20 shots on goal and another 15 attempts on goal that just went wide or over the mark.
“I was pleased with the effort and play of all the girls, especially coming off another region game just the night before,” Gardner said.
Spalding travels to LaGrange on Tuesday and to Fayette County on Thursday (girls jv/varsity doubleheader), and hosts region foe Drew on Friday.