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Christian Peterson – Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard Preparatory and Encore Rehabilitation of Cullman

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Meet Christian Peterson – a Senior at Saint Bernard Preparatory School and Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard’s and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

Christian plays varsity Basketball, Soccer, Track, and Baseball for the Saints. When not participating in sports, Christian enjoys spending time with his friends. He is the son of Meg and Pete Peterson.

Enjoy the rest of your senior year, Christian. We wish you the best! 

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Zayne Guthrie-Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman

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Congratulations to Zayne Guthrie, Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman!

Zayne is a Junior and plays Quarterback and Defensive Back for the Bulldogs. He had a fantastic record for November 2017 passing for 292 yards and 6 touchdowns while also rushing for 400 yards and 5 touchdowns, a total of 692 yards and 11 touchdowns for only four games!

Way to go, Zayne!

 

 

Andrew Sweeney – Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard and Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman

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Congratulations to Andrew Sweeney, Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard Prep School and Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman!

Andrew is a Senior and runs Cross Country for the Saints. This fall, he has enjoyed incredible success with multiple First Place finishes including First Place at Class 1A-2A Sectionals. In addition, Andrew also took First Place at the AHSAA State Cross Country Finals where he set a new State Record with a time of 16:02! His skills have earned him a scholarship to the University of Alabama- Huntsville.

Way to go, Andrew! We wish you the best of success as you complete your senior year!

Jarrett Bailey – Athlete of the Month -Hanceville High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

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Congratulations to Jarrett Bailey, Athlete of the Month for Hanceville High School and Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman! Jarrett played on the Bulldogs Football team (#33) as Wide Receiver and Outside Line Backer.

We wish you the best of success in your Senior year, Jarrett!

Tyler Borden – Athlete of the Month for Addison High School & Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman

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Congratulations to Tyler Borden, Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman! Tyler is a Senior at Addison where he plays Running Back and Defensive Back (#17) for the Bulldogs. For the month of October, Tyler posted 450 years and 7 touchdowns in only 3 games.  We wish you all the best in your senior year, Tyler!

Kate Kent – Athlete of the Month for Good Hope High School-Encore Rehabilitation Cullman

Congratulations to Kate Kent, Good Hope High School & Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman Athlete of the Month! Kate is a Senior at Good Hope High School where she plays Volleyball for the Raiders. In October 2017, she led her team to the runner-up in the Cullman County Volleyball Tournament, won the  Area Championship, and to the Regional Tournament.  She had 163 kills, 46 solo blocks, and 29 aces.  She was named to the All County Team and the All Area Team.

Best of success to you, Kate!

 

 

Leahrose Mami – Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman Athlete of the Month

 

Congratulations to Leahrose Mami, Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman Athlete of the Month!

Leahrose is a Senior at Saint Bernard Preparatory School where she runs Cross-Country for the Saints. She has had an excellent record this year placing 2nd at the Randolph Classic; 3rd at the Fairview Invitational and the Cullman High School Invitational; and 4th at the Cold Springs Kudzu Hills Run and the Scottsboro Invitational.

We wish you all the best, Leahrose!

Cullman Encore Athlete of the Month, Morgan “Mojo” Smith.

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Congratulations to Morgan Smith who was chosen as the Cullman Clinic Athlete of the Month. Morgan, also known as “Mojo“, is a 5’10”, sophomore, athlete at Wallace State Community College majoring in education. She is a member of the Lady Lions basketball team and wears jersey number 21. Originally a Cullman native, Morgan graduated from Cullman high school (where a lot of talent seems to develop) and played basketball for the Lady Bearcats. Just this year, she has racked up two impressive awards: the 2015 First Team All Region and 2015 Alabama Community College Conference Player of the Year. We are sure there are many more in the future for Morgan.

Morgan is the daughter of Leslie and Gary Holland, and David Smith.

Keep up the good work, Mojo!

Cullman Encore Athlete of the Month, Isaac Hardin

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Congratulations to Isaac Hardin for being chosen as the Cullman Encore Athlete of the Month! Isaac is a Junior and plays baseball and football for Hanceville High School. He is the catcher and pitcher for the varsity baseball team, and plays center and middle linebacker for the varsity football team. Isaac has had a good baseball career with batting average of .352, 4 home runs, and 38RBIs. He would like to attend UAB after high school and play for the college baseball team. Good Luck Isaac!

Credit to Encore’s PT staff!

This is an email we received from a student who shadowed a few of our PT’s in the North Alabama area. Congratulations Kristin and good luck!

“I received word yesterday that I have been accepted into UAB’s DPT program!  I will be graduating from undergrad in December and starting the DPT program this coming January.

I just wanted to thank you again for the part you played in helping me identify my future career path by setting up times for me to observe in different PT settings.  Physical therapy wasn’t really on my radar, but after shadowing the therapists at the Encore facilities, there was no doubt in my mind as to the direction my education and career should take.  Your therapists are truly spectacular, and my experiences with them were pivotal in helping me decide to pursue physical therapy.  I am so excited and cannot wait for January to come!

Thank you again!

Kristin Ford”