This week, Be FEARLESS! Be LIMITLESS!
A big shout out to Torious Shepard for being selected Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Citronelle!
Torious is a Senior at Citronelle High. He is a multi-sport athlete competing in Basketball and Football for the Wildcats. After graduation, Torious plans to attend Alabama A & M University and obtain a bachelor’s degree. In his free time, he likes to play sports and hunt.
Torious is the son of Latara Jones and Quindon Thomas.
Congratulations, Torious! Enjoy the rest of your Senior year!
19195 North Third Street
Citronelle, Alabama 36522
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After returning to better health and completing her rehab, Ms. Wilson wrote Encore a note regarding her therapist, Emily LaRue, DPT.
Ms. Wilson says, “I should like to take this opportunity to commend Emily LaRue, who is in charge of your operation at Encore Hayden. Emily is first and foremost a true professional, not only is she extremely competent in the physical aspects of her profession, she is also very gifted with an understanding of the mental and emotional make-up of her patients. Emily is a tireless worker and is gifted with unequaled energy and the ability to focus on a myriad of functions simultaneously.
“I have recommended Encore to several acquaintances and will continue to do so. Emily is a real winner and your company is blessed to have her.”
Thank you, Ms. Wilson, for your note! We are proud of Emily and all our rehab staff for the quality care they provide our patients!
1387 State Highway 160
Warrior, Alabama 35180
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Congratulations to Jaxon Wilson, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Haleyville!
Jaxon plays youth T-ball. His baseball jersey is #21. He is in First Grade. Jaxon is the son of Jeremy and Cassy Wilson.
Way to go, Jaxon! Have a great baseball season!
42465 Highway 195
Haleyville, Alabama 35565
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Congratulations to Elijah Price, Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation, Cullman!
Elijah is a Senior who plays Basketball for the Saints. His post-graduation plans include attending the University of North Alabama and majoring in Exercise Science.
Elijah is the son of Jason and Stacey Price.
Way to go, Elijah! We hope you enjoy the remainder of your senior year!
1701 Main Avenue, SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
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Radosar Masoumi was injured at work resulting in surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff. Radosar’s medical team referred him to Encore Rehabilitation-Fayette because of the quality care and rehab results previous patients had received.
He says, “I injured my shoulder at work several months ago and had surgery. I am proud to say that I am better and able to return to work performing some of my duties that I was doing before I got hurt.”
Congratulations, Radosar, for being selected Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Fayette! We wish you all the best!
1793 North Temple Avenue, Fayette, Alabama 35555
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To learn more about our Industrial Rehabilitation Programs, visit our website or contact Elisabeth Bernier at 205-447-7234.
We are pleased to announce Phyllis Tingle as our Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Beaumont!
Phyllis has been receiving treatment at Encore for her shoulder. Phyllis chose Encore because the clinic was convenient and close to home.
Thank you, Phyllis, for making Encore Rehabilitation-Beaumont your rehabilitation provider!
1411 Bradley Avenue, Beaumont, MS 39423
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Left – Head Coach for the South is Montgomery Catholic High School Coach Aubrey Blackwell. Right -The North Head Coach is Locust Fork’s Chris Musso.
North-South All-Star squads for the upcoming 59th AHSAA North-South All-Star Football Game have been selected. The two teams, composed of 2018 graduating seniors, were announced by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA) Tuesday.
The North-South Game will be played Thursday, July 19 at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. The annual game will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and broadcast by the AHSAA Radio Network.
The South holds a 30-26-2 edge in the North-South. The North won 14-13 last July, its third straight victory in the series which was first played in 1948. The North won that first game played in Tuscaloosa 33-0.
Coach Chris Musso, beginning his sixth season as head coach at Locust Fork, has compiled a 53-52 career record in 10 seasons – the first five at John Carroll (23-29) and the last five at Locust Fork (30-23). The Hornets have made the state playoffs three of the last four years.
The North Coaching Staff includes Tom Causey, Pelham; Drew Gilmer, Clay-Chalkville; Ryan Lolley, Gordo; Mark Sanderson, Donoho; Matt Griffith, Sylacauga; and James Thompson, Pickens County.
Headlining the North squad is defensive lineman Khamari Brown of Class 7A state champion Hoover, defensive lineman Desmond Scott and wide receiver Liallen Dailey of Class 6A state champion Pinson Valley. Leeds and Thompson have three players each selected. Green Wave seniors include kicker Greg Dawkins; offensive lineman Gage Towery; and defensive back Jaylen Washington. Chosen from the Class 7A Warriors (12-1) are defensive back Myles Brown, wide receiver Tim Harris-Edwards; and defensive lineman Mackie McNeal.
Coach Aubrey Blackwell of Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School has led the Knights to a 22-11 record over his three seasons as head coach. Last year’s team finished 10-2, won the school’s first region title and first playoff game since 1989.
The South Coaching Staff consists of Jon Cooper, Kinston; Josh McClendon, Greenville; Kenny King, Daphne; Erik Speakman, Opelika; Kevin Smith, Benjamin Russell; and Andro Williams, W.S. Neal.
South Squad: Eight players who helped their teams play in state championship games last December have been selected to play in the 2018 game. Named to the South squad are quarterback Swift Lyle of Class 5A state champion St. Paul’s Episcopal and linebacker Shamar Lewis of Class 1A state champion Sweet Water. Defensive back Eric Cameron-Garror and running back Bryan Hill of Class 7A runner-up McGill-Toolen Catholic and offensive lineman Tavien White of Class 6A runner-up Wetumpka are also on the South squad. Goshen, which reached the Class 2A semifinals and finished with 12 wins for the first time in school history, is the only team to place three seniors on the South squad. Selected are quarterback Brock Snyder; wide receiver Zack Alford; and defensive lineman Devin Bell.
Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Athletic Training Services for the Alabama High School Athletic Association
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.