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Charlee West – 2018 NJCAA Division I Softball Home Run Derby Champion

Charlee West, Softball Home Run Derby Champion posing with award/plague standing in front of a banner which reads NJCAA Softball Division 1 National Championship, St. George, Utah

Congratulations to Charlee West, 2018 NJCAA Division I Softball Home Run Derby Champion!

Charlee and the rest of the Wallace State Community College-Hanceville Softball Team are in St. George, Utah, this week to compete in the NJCAA Division I Softball National Championship! We wish them success! This is the fourth straight National Tournament  appearance for Wallace State and their 12th time overall to make it to Nationals.

To read more about their winning the ACCC Tournament Championship, click here.

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of
Athletic Training Services for the Wallace State Lions!

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

Continuing Education for Athletic Trainers, CSCS, PTs, OTs, and Ortho Techs-Encore Sports Medicine Symposium-July 13-15, 2018, Orange Beach, Alabama

Instant Replay for  Alabama High School Football – Fall 2018

 

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Clanton Encore Athlete of the Month, Makayla Mims.

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Congratulations to Clanton Encore Athlete of the Month, Makayla Mims! Makayla is a junior, multi-sport athlete at Verbena High School. She has played varsity softball, basketball, and cheered for 4 years and wears jersey #25. Her awards consist of MVP and best defensive player. Makayla has a 4.0 GPA and plans to attend Wallace State to become a registered nurse. She is the daughter of Christy Bryant and Chris Mims.

Cullman Encore Athlete of the Month, Tyler Rice.

Congratulations to the Cullman Encore Athlete of the Month, Tyler Rice! Tyler is a Senior, multi-sport athlete at Cold Springs High School in Bremen, AL. He has played Baseball for 6 years, Basketball for 4 years, and Football for 2 years. You’ll find him wearing jersey numbers 17 and 11. Tyler came to us after he tore his right and left ACL in a spring game last year. He wasn’t able to play any football this past season; however, for his Football senior night game, they let him dress out and play for one snap. Then last  December, he got cleared to play baseball.

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His hard work has payed off and he has quite a few sports awards, including the Baseball All-County award for the past 3 years and the All-Area award, Basketball Area Championship for the past 3 years and the County Championship awards, as well as the Football All-County award. After Tyler graduates, he plans to attend Wallace State for 2 years and then transfer to UAB to become a nurse practitioner. We’re proud of you Tyler!