Athletic Training

Final Scores- AHSAA State Baseball Playoffs First-Round


CLASS 1A
Millry (15-13) 6-1-3, Brantley (21-13) 1-3-1 (Millry (15-13) wins series 2-1)
Houston County (13-12) 15-8-11, Red Level (8-13) 5-9-8 (Houston County (13-12) wins series 2-1)
Victory Christian (10-14) 0-13-11, Wadley (11-6) 1-3-1 (Victory Christian (10-14) wins series 2-1)
Sumiton Christian (21-10) 7-10, Isabella (11-11) 0 2 (Sumiton Christian (21-10) wins series 2-0)
Kinston (12-4) 4-3, Pleasant Home (10-10) 1-2 (Kinston (12-4) wins series 2-0)
Sweet Water (21-9) 10-5, Highland Home (18-9) 0-3 (Sweet Water (21-9) wins series 2-0)
Ragland (21-4) 11-11, Winterboro (12-8) 0-0 (Ragland (21-4) wins series 2-0)
Maplesville (18-2) 5-8. Heritage Christian (12-15) 3-7 (Mapleville (18-2) wins series 2-0)

Marion County (18-6) 6-15-10, Holy Spirit Catholic (12-7) 7-4-6 (Marion County (18-6) wins series 2-1)
Spring Garden (19-7) 12-15, Coosa Christian (18-10) 5-6 (Spring Garden (19-7) wins series 2-0)
Athens Bible (18-9) 3-8-11, Cedar Bluff (16-11) 4-4-5 (Athens Bible (18-9) wins series 2-1)
Shoals Christian (11-19) 16-15, Belgreen (9-12) 6-1 (Shoals Christian (11-19) wins series 2-0)
Southeastern (13-10) 2-15, Donoho (9-13) 1-2 (Southeastern (11-10) wins series 2-0)
South Lamar (15-7) 16-10, Lynn (15-5) 1-2 (South Lamar (15-7) wins series 2-0)
Decatur Hertiage (21-7) 8-16, Gaylesville (10-7) 0-3 (Decatur Heritage (21-7) wins series 2-0)
Hackleburg (23-7) 14-14, Waterloo (12-11) 4-1 (Hackleburg (23-7) wins series 2-0)
 



CLASS 2A
J.U. Blacksher (18-8) 6-0-7, New Brockton (15-11) 4-11-1 (J.U. Blacksher (18-8) wins series 2-1)
Leroy (24-7) 11-16, Geneva County (17-7) 1-0 (Leroy (24-7) wins series 2-0)
Luverne (13-12) 19-17, Francis Marion (7-10) 2-0 (Luverne (13-12) wins series 2-0)
G.W. Long (23-11) 9-6-13, Reeltown (20-13) 11-0-13 (G.W. Long (23-11) wins series 2-1)
Cottonwood (22-6) 0-2-12, Washington County (7-14) 4-1-11 (Cottonwood (22-6) wins series 2-1)
St. Luke’s Episcopal (16-10) 11-15, Zion Chapel (4-16) 0-0 (St. Luke’s Episcopal (16-10) wins series 2-0)
Goshen (7-15) 11-12, Keith (7-6) 4-2 (Goshen (7-15) wins series 2-0)
Ariton (21-9) 4-8-10, Horseshoe Bend (16-12) 5-6-0 (Ariton (21-9) wins series 2-1)

Westbrook Christian (22-7) 31-13, Verbena (3-16) 0-0 (Westbrook Christian (22-7) wins series 2-0)
Vincent (18-11) 11-14, Cleveland (9-17) 2-4 (Vincent (18-11) wins series 2-0)
Phil Campbell (24-9) 8-3, Fyffe (20-6) 3-1 (Phil Campbell (24-9) wins series 2-0)
Mars Hill Bible (22-8) 11-15, Cold Springs (7-22) 0-3 (Mars Hill Bible (22-8) wins series 2-0)
Fayetteville (16-9) 9-12, West End (9-12) 4-11 (Fayetteville 16-10 wins series 2-0)
Thorsby (21-4) 4-8, Collinsville (10-14) 3-5 (Thorsby (21-4) wins series 2-0)
Section (17-8) 6-12, Red Bay (15-12) 5-0 (Section (17-8) wins series 2-0)
Falkville (21-7) 6-19, Sheffield (10-17) 5-12 (Falkville (21-7) wins series 2-0)


CLASS 3A
Wicksburg (20-9) 3-11, Bayside Academy (15-15) 0-1 Wicksburg (19-9) wins series 2-0)
Excel (18-5) 10-2-12, Slocomb (10-19) 0-3-2 (Excel (18-5) wins series 2-1)
Gordo (23-3) 16-3, Randolph County (22-5) 3-0 (Gordo (23-3) wins series 2-0)
Montgomery Academy (11-12) 12-10, Indian Springs (8-8) 2-0 (Montgomery Academy (11-12) wins series 2-0)
Opp (20-6) 10-11, T.R. Miller (10-15) 0-0, (Opp (20-6) wins series 2-0)
Mobile Christian (20-8) 6-8, Providence Christian (19-10) 2-6 (Mobile Christian (20-8) wins series 2-0)
American Christian (18-14) 11-12, B.B. Comer (12-14) 1-2 (American Christian (18-14) wins series 2-0)
Prattville Christian (21-10) 17-12, Fultondale (4-10) 1-0 (Prattville Christian (21-10) wins series 2-0)

Oakman (16-7) 8-6, Weaver (9-13) 0-2 (Oakman (16-7) wins series 2-0)
Piedmont (20-9) 11-18, J.B. Pennington (16-13) 1-12 (Piedmont (20-9) wins series 2-0)
Plainview (14-6) 9-9, Clements (14-9) 3-8 (Plainview (14-6) wins series 2-0)
Lauderdale County (16-11-1) 10-9, New Hope (8-16) 2-0 Lauderdale County (16-11-1) wins series 2-0)
Locust Fork (17-14) 4-8-10, Pleasant Valley (15-13) 5-2-6 (Locust Fork (17-14) wins series 2-1)
Ohatchee (15-13) 809, Carbon Hill (11-15) 2-7 (Ohatchee (15-13) wins series 2-0)
West Morgan (21-9) 10-6, Sylvania (8-18) 0-3, (West Morgan (21-9) wins series 2-0)
Lexington (15-10) 12-11, Geraldine (10-10) 0-6 (Lexington (15-10) wins series 2-0)


CLASS 4A
Saint James (27-5) 8-4-10, Satsuma (17-15) 4-5-0 (Saint James (27-5) wins series 2-1)
Dale County (15-13) 3-5-5, W.S. Neal (21-4) 4-4-2, (Dale Colunty (15-13) wins series 2-1)
Bibb County (20-10) 3-2-4, Sipsey Valley (12-15) 2-3-1 (Bibb County (20-10) wins series 2-1)
Munford (19-13) 4-9, Tallassee (14-14) 0-4 (Munford (19-13) wins series 2-0)
Andalusia (22-4) 18-27, Monroe County (3-11) 0-0 (Andalusia (22-4) wins series 2-0)
Trinity Presbyterian (21-9) 5-7-3, UMS-Wright (17-13) 9-6-0 (Trinity Presbyterian (21-9) wins series 2-1)
Oak Grove (21-10) 13-9, Hale County (13-12) 3-6 (Oak Grove wins series 2-0)
Holtville (24-6) 8-10, Handley (14-11) 1-0 (Holtville (24-6) wins series 2-0)

Hokes Bluff (20-5) 3-5, Leeds (18-10) 1-2 (Hokes Bluff (20-5) wins series 2-0)
Winfield (19-18) 10-5, Cordova (14-12) 0-1 (Winfield (19-18) wins series 2-0)
Madison Academy (17-18) 11-6, Danville (16-9) 1-3 (Madison Academy (17-18) wins series 2-0)
Wilson (24-6) 2-17, North Jackson (12-8) 0-0 (Wilson (24-6) wins series 2-0)
Haleyville (19-9) 10-9, Dora (15-17) 5-1 (Haleyville (19-9) wins series 2-0)
Oneonta (19-8) 12-5, Cherokee County (13-11) 0-0 (Oneonta (19-8) wins series 2-0)
West Limestone (19-13) 0-12-10, Randolph (18-8) 4-4- 5 (West Limestone (19-13) wins series 2-1)
Sardis (15-14) 7-3, Rogers (17-16) 1-1 (Sardis (15-14) wins series 2-0)


CLASS 5A
St. Paul’s Episcopal (22-7) 15-12, Charles Henderson (10-21) 7-0 (St. Paul’s Episcopal (22-7) wins series 2-0)
Headland (24-6) 3-11, Jackson 1-9 (Headland (24-6) wins series 2-0)
Calera (23-6) 10-16, Dallas County (15-5) 0-0 (Calera (23-6) wins series 2-0)
Briarwood (22-4) 1-4-9, Beauregard (14-15) 5-2-8 (Briarwood Christian (22-4) wins series 2-1)
Rehobeth (19-6) 3-2-4, Citronelle (16-15) 1-3-1 (Rehobeth (19-6) wins series 2-1)
Faith Academy (26-3) 9-6, Brewbaker Tech (6-13) 1-1 (Faith Academy (26-3) wins series 2-0)
Demopolis (19-7) 2-4-6, Marbury (11-26) 9-3-5 (Demopolis (19-7) wins series 2-0)
Sylacauga (21-5) 4-10, Valley (17-13) 3-2 (Sylacauga (21-5) wins series 2-0)

Hayden (19-9) 23-17, Wenonah (5-10) 0-0 (Hayden (19-9) wins series 2-0)
Springville (22-10) 9-10, Cleburne County (15-11) 0-2 (Springville (22-10) wins series 2-0)
Lee-Huntsville (16-11) 6-2-2, Guntersville (18-12) 2-6-1 (Lee-Huntsville (16-11) wins series 2-1)
Russellville (24-12) 7-7, Etowah (24-10) 3-3 (Russellville (24-12) wins series 2-0)
Mortimer Jordan (27-12) 10-3-14, Central Clay County (17-13) 4 (Mortimer Jordan (27-12) wins series 2-1)
West Point (20-13) 3-12, Pleasant Grove (8-22) 2-2 (West Point (20-13) wins series 2-0)
Ardmore (19-12) 7-14, Arab (13-19) 2-1 (Ardmore (19-12) wins series 2-0)
Brooks (19-13) 9-16-10, Boaz (25-9) 10-10-5 (Brooks (19-13) wins series 2-1)


CLASS 6A
Carver-Montgomery (11-12)  24-19, B.C. Rain (4-13) 0-8 (Carver-Montgomery (11-12) wins series 2-0)
Spanish Fort (26-8) 5-4, Northview (12-19) 3-0 (Spanish Fort (26-8) wins series 2-0)
Opelika (22-14) 2-1-4, Northridge (23-13) 1-2-1 (Opelika (21-13) wins series 2-1)
Helena (20-12) 2-5, Chilton County (16-15) 0-1 (Helena 20-12) wins series 2-0)
Russell County (34-3) 1-4, Daphne (12-13) 0-1 Russell County (34-3) wins series 2-0)
Saraland (25-10) 11-11, Park Crossing (18-14) 1-4 (Saraland (25-10) wins series 2-0)
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (22-10) 4-4, Wetumpka (17-14) 0-2 (Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (22-10) wins series 2-0)
Chelsea (20-10) 10-10, Stanhope Elmore (10-24) 9-0 (Chelsea (20-10) wins series 2-0)

Gardendale (21-9) 4-12-4, McAdory (15-15) 6-4-2 (Gardendale (21-9) wins series 2-1)
Homewood (27-9) 16-15, Minor (14-19) 0-3 (Homewood (27-9) wins series 2-0)
Cullman (26-8) 5-4, Hartselle (21-16) 3-1 (Cullman (26-8) wins series 2-0)
Pell City (13-17) 2-2-10, Athens (25-11) 5-0-2 (Pell City (13-17) wins series 2-1)
Jasper (22-13) 10-7, Shades Valley (13-15) 0-5 (Jasper (22-13) wins series 2-0)
Hueytown (27-7) 11-11, Clay-Chalkville (14-13) 7-4 (Hueytown (27-7) wins series 2-0)
Austin (31-7) 7-13, Albertville (18-15) 1-1 (Austin 29-7) wins series 2-0)
Hazel Green (24-10) 1-3-6, Oxford (25-10) 1-5-5 (Hazel Green (24-10) wins series 2-1)




Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Athletic Training Services for the Alabama High School Athletic Association

AHSAA Baseball Scores 1stRound

Want to learn more about our Sports Medicine Program? Visit our website at encorerehab.com or call Gary Barfield, Director of Business Development and Sports Medicine at 404-933-4336.


Continuing Education Opportunity for Athletic Trainers, Strength and Conditioning Coaches, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Ortho Technicians- July 13-15, 2018 at Orange Beach. Click here for Encore Sports Medicine Symposium information.


INSTANT REPLAY for AHSAA Football 2018 Season


MLB Bound – Jonathan Gettys- Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan

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Heart of Dixie Tournament, Montgomery Alabama

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Encore Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine was glad to provide Athletic Training Services for the Heart of Dixie Volleyball Tournament in Montgomery, Jan. 13-14, 2018.

We LOVE to see you move!

Montrel Alexander- Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation – Long Beach

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Congratulations to Montrel Alexander for being selected as the Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation – Long Beach! As a Sophomore at Pass Christian High, he participates in Football (#34) and Track where he has enjoyed varsity sports for two years.

Montrel plans to pursue a college degree in scientific technology or agriculture, perhaps in veterinary science. His parents are Tonya Alexander and Lionel Alexander.

Way to go, Montrel! We wish you the best of success!

Wallace State – Cullman Area Career Awareness Fair 2017

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Wallace State Community College and Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce invited 8th Grade Students from across the Greater Cullman area to come explore hands-on a variety of careers and professions at the Cullman Area Career Awareness Fair on November 7, 2017. Almost 1,000 students attended the event held at Wallace State in Hanceville, Alabama.

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Sharing their passion for athletic training and rehabilitation are Encore Rehabilitation Athletic Trainers l-r: Gage Brewer; Dewayne Fortenberry; Adrianne Borland; and Jessica Burnetti with Occupational Therapy Assistant Leslie Perry. Also representing Encore Rehabilitation at the event were Adrian Dickerson and Bo Shirey.

Encore Rehabilitation, Inc. was proud to share the fields of Athletic Training-Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy. Encore Rehabilitation Athletic Trainers worked with students to teach the proper way to place an individual onto a spine board when there is a suspected neck or spine injury. The Athletic Trainers also  discussed the need for taping in sports and activities to provide greater stability and prevent injury and some students received a taping to their ankle. Therapists were on hand to share how physical therapy and occupational therapy can help individuals recovering from an accident, injury or illness.

Best of success to all of the students in attendance!

Gulf Shores High School’s AD thanks Encore ATCs, Camille Forte and Lee Steiner.

“A high school parent returned some crutches to me that their son had to use after he injured his hip.  He really was appreciative of [our ATC] Camille Forte and the way she not only took care of his son, but also the way she handled the situation and relayed information to him.  He also expressed his thankfulness to the fact that we have a sports medicine team in place here and how well it worked.  I would also like to brag on Camille and the job she is doing and show my appreciation to her, Lee, Encore and the orthopedic group/Doctors for what we have in place.  I can still remember when us coaches did all the sports medicine routines-

Let’s just say we are in much better hands now!”

Jamie W. Williams 

Athletic Director and Head Football Coach at Gulf Shores High School

Arab Encore Athlete of the Month, James King.

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Congratulations to the Arab Encore Athlete of the Month, James King! James is a Senior, multi-sport athlete at Brindlee Mountain High School in Guntersville, AL. He is a member of the football, basketball, golf, and track teams. James has played on varsity for 4 years and wears jersey number 55. He has qualified for the sub-state award in golf and plans to attend Missouri Valley College on golf scholarship while pursuing a degree in Athletic Training. James is the son of Todd King and Michelle Franks.

Fayette Encore Athlete of the Month, Sarah Ellison

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Congratulations to the Fayette Encore Athlete of the Month, Sarah Ellison! Sarah is a Freshman athlete at Fayette County High School.  She is a member of the Tigers Varsity Volleyball team and wears jersey #22. She currently has a 3.9 GPA and plans to attend the University of West Alabama and pursue a career in Athletic Training. Sara is the daughter of Danny and Tracy Ellison.

Keep up the good work, Sarah!

Monroeville Encore Athlete of the Month, Shawn White.

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Congratulations to the Monroeville Clinic Athlete of the Month, Shawn White! Shawn is a senior and multi-sport athlete from Excel High School. He has played varsity football, basketball, and baseball for the Panthers for 4 years. Shawn has won the All County Football award and the Cy Young baseball award for best pitcher.

Shawn has been visiting us for therapy from his ACL reconstruction. Below is a video of Shawn using the Biodex Isokinetic Machine. He will be back in the game in no time! Keep up the good work, Shawn!

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“What should I eat for pre-game fuel?” We’ve got the solution.

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“So you’ve practiced hard all week.  You’ve hydrated and ate your pre-game meal 3-4 hours before kickoff.  But right before you go out for pregame warm-ups, your stomach is telling you it needs more fuel.  Keep it small and light.  1 hour prior to kickoff, eat 1-2 granola bars or a sports bar along with 1-2 cups of water or sports drink.  Find a bar high in carbohydrates (at least 20-30 grams) and light to moderate in protein (2-10 grams).  The carbs will give you the energy you need while the protein will satisfy your hunger but without giving you that full feeling.”

– Eric Oehms, Encore ATC