Ocean Springs Spine & Pelvic Therapy is happy to welcome Erin Moody, MPT!
Erin holds a Master of Physical Therapy degree from The University of South Alabama and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Southern Mississippi. She received Pelvic Health Training through the American Physical Therapy Association. She is currently a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the APTA Pelvic Health Section. She is a life member of the Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs.
Erin is from Biloxi where she currently lives with her husband and two children. She has been a Clinician with Encore Rehabilitation since 2004.
We are proud to have Erin at Ocean Springs Spine & Pelvic Therapy!
Ocean Springs Spine & Pelvic Center is now open and offers high-quality pelvic healthcare and physical therapy services!
We LOVE to see you move! Call or come by today to set-up your appointment!
A BIG WELCOME to Michelle Langley, the new Office Manager at Encore Rehabilitation-Leakesville!
Michelle is a native of Leakesville. Most recently she has lived 35 years in Petal. She is married to Darrell and together they have three children and 4 grandchildren. Michelle says, “We are proud to be back in Leakesville!”
We are glad to have you, Michelle, at Encore Rehabilitation-Leakesville!
If Physical Therapy is in your future, give Michelle a call to set-up your appointment!
Austin 67, Decatur 3 Bob Jones 20, Buckhorn 0 Daphne 42, Davidson 7 Gadsden City 45, Fort Payne 20 Grissom 57, Lee-Huntsville 0
Chilton County 34, Jemison 16 Hartselle 34, Mae Jemison 14 Hazel Green 37, Lawrence County 34
Southside-Gadsden 21, Hokes Bluff 14
Cordova 30, Carbon Hill 8 Douglas 48, Brindlee Mountain 6 Fairview 41, Vinemont 14 Guntersville 35, Arab 9 Hayden 36, Cleveland 26 Wenonah 28, Midfield 0
Bibb County 39, Fayette County 0 Brooks 28, Sheffield 6 Dora 21, Holt 7 Good Hope 31, West Point 14 Gordo 30, Aliceville 12 Hamilton 27, Sulligent 18 Madison Academy 30, Scottsboro 6 Madison County 28, Boaz 21 (OT) New Hope 42, Columbia 20 North Jackson 52, Whitwell (TN) 6 Priceville 38, Brewer 21 Randolph 27, Glencoe 9 West Limestone 53, Clements 19
Colbert Heights 35, Decatur Heritage 27 Collinsville 24, Crossville 6 Dadeville 20, Elmore County 19 East Lawrence 21, West Morgan 18 Geraldine 30, Westminster Christian 7 J.B. Pennington 34, Oak Grove 6 Lauderdale County 14, Wilson 12 Montgomery Catholic 27, Charles Henderson 13 Oakman 40, Curry 12 Phil Campbell 33, Lamar County 6 Plainview 40, Ider 0 Saks 28, Talladega 20 Sylvania 32, Sardis 7
Addison 50, Lynn 0 B.B. Comer 30, Childersburg 6 Clarke County 33, Jackson 8 Colbert County 45, R.A. Hubbard 6 Cold Springs 28, Holly Pond 16 Falkville 56, Danville 0 Locust Fork 49, Appalachian 22 Mars Hill Bible 21, East Limestone 0 North Sand Mountain 34, Woodville 6 Section 19, Valley Head 14 Southeastern 21, Ashville 13 Spring Garden 55, Cedar Bluff 0 Sumiton Christian 46, Cherokee 0 Tanner 20, Lexington 0 Tharptown 12, Phillips 6 Whitesburg Christian 28, Asbury 0 Winston County 64, Meek 14
Billingsley 19, Prattville Christian 13 (OT), concluded from Aug. 21 delay Brilliant 21, Hackleburg 0 Coosa Christian 55, Gaston 26 Hubbertville 40, Waterloo 6 Marion County 35, Vina 0 Millry 29, Washington County 0
Murphy 35, Foley 12 Oak Mountain 28, Pelham 21 Prattville 16, Stanhope Elmore 10 Spain Park 21, Briarwood Christian 14 Theodore 35, Baker 20
Blount 1, Greenville 0, forfeit
Calera 1, Jackson-Olin 0, forfeit
Chelsea 27, Helena 23 Citronelle 14, Satsuma 13 Clay-Chalkville 1, Hueytown 0, forfeit
Eufaula 38, Central-Phenix City 36 Gardendale 26, Smiths Station 7 Gulf Shores 38, Brookwood 12 Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 27, Tuscaloosa County 20 Homewood 1, Vestavia Hills 0, forfeit
Huffman 46, Parker 20 Lee-Montgomery 19, Jeff Davis 14 Minor 34, Paul Bryant 28 Mortimer Jordan 22, Corner 6 Northridge 26, Central-Tuscaloosa 0 Oxford 29, Pleasant Grove 28 Park Crossing 1, Dothan 0, forfeit
Pinson Valley 31, Shades Valley 21 Robertsdale 33, Elberta 7 Springville 27, St. Clair County 14 Valley 20, Lanett 14 (OT) Wetumpka 35, Tallassee 14
Alexandria 52, Jacksonville 21 Beauregard 1, B.T. Washington 0, forfeit
Carver-Birmingham 42, Woodlawn 12 Demopolis 34, McAdory 14 Fairfield 21, Center Point 20 Faith Academy 15, Williamson 14 Hayden 1, Oneonta 0, forfeit
Holtville 30, West Blocton 12 Leeds 20, Pell City 17 Marbury 28, Dallas County 22 Pike Road 1, Calhoun 0, forfeit
Alabama Christian 49, Highland Home 28 American Christian 33, Greensboro 12 Cleburne County 1, Beulah, 0, forfeit
Dale County 42, Daleville 0 Geneva 48, Slocomb 41 Handley 36, Beauregard 6, replacement game
McIntosh (1A) at St. Michael Catholic, cancelled
Mobile Christian 25, UMS-Wright 24 (OT) Munford 44, Fultondale 27 Northside 21, Winfield 14 Randolph 3, St. John Paul II Catholic 0 Saint James 31, Reeltown 20 Straughn 19, Red Level 0 White Plains 1, Donoho 0, forfeit
Bayside Academy 44, Houston Academy 3 Chickasaw 32, St. Luke’s Episcopal 13 Cottage Hill Christian 1, B.C. Rain 0, forfeit
Dadeville 20, Elmore County 19 Excel 1, Wilcox-Central 0, forfeit
Flomaton 29, Ariton 20 Hale County 52, Sipsey Valley 7 Hillcrest-Evergreen 1, Pike County 0, forfeit
Montgomery Academy 13, Trinity Presbyterian 3 Montgomery Catholic 27, Charles Henderson 13 Ohatchee 52, Anniston 14 Piedmont 39, Cherokee County 7 Prattville Christian 1, Ellwood Christian 0, forfeit
Ranburne 33, Wadley8 12 Randolph County 28, Woodland 6
Sand Rock 25, Pisgah 3 Thorsby 38, Verbena 15 West End 38, Pleasant Valley 22
Autaugaville 30, Talladega County Central 0 Billingsley 1, Vincent 0, forfeit Brantley 49, Luverne 0 Florala 56, Houston County 14 Fruitdale 34, Orange Beach 7 Georgiana 1, New Brockton 0, forfeit
Keith 1, Greene County 0, forfeit
Kinston 40, Zion Chapel 26 Linden 36, Pickens County 0 McKenzie at Marengo, cancelled
Monroe County vs JF Shields score pending
Ragland 1, Gaylesville 0, forfeit
Samson 28, Cottonwood 27 Victory Christian 13, Horseshoe Bend 12 Winterboro 20, Loachapoka 6
Saturday, August 29, 2020
CLASS 7A James Clemens 22, Athens 0 Thompson 39, Sparkman 7
CLASS 6A Central, Clay County 37, Benjamin Russell 20 Cullman 21, Jasper 0 Mountain Brook 31, Calera 14, replacement non-counter contest
CLASS 5A Ardmore 53, Elkmont 12 Shelby County 20, Montevallo 18
CLASS 4A Bullock County 20, Central-Hayneville 8 Central-Florence 35, Hatton 22 Haleyville 35, St. John Paul II Catholic 7
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Alabama High School Athletic Association as well as numerous high schools and colleges across Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee! We LOVE to see you move!
For more information about our Sports Medicine Programs, contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-1494.
Congratulations to Megan Rasmussen, Physical Therapy Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East!
Megan says, “I broke my fibula in a skateboarding accident back in early April. I had surgery at the end of April and have been recovering since then. I chose Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East on the suggestion of my doctor. The location is very convenient for me.“
Thank you, Megan, for choosing Encore! You have made great progress! We are proud to select you as Physical Therapy Patient of the Month!
If Physical Therapy is in your future, call Encore Rehabilitation! Our experienced and licensed rehab team is following safety precautions to make your rehabilitation both safe AND successful!
Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East 1811 East Main Street, Suite 1 Dothan, AL 36301
Red Bay 1, Hamilton 0, forfeit Sheffield 27, R.A. Hubbard 12
Washington County 1, Southern Choctaw 0, forfeit
West End-Walnut Grove 27, Susan Moore 21
Winston County 13, Lynn 7
Class 1A Autaugaville 1, R.C. Hatch 0, forfeit Billingsley 13, Prattville Christian 13, game delayed, will resume Thursday, Aug. 27 Donoho at Pleasant Valley, rescheduled for Aug. 25 Gaylesville 28, Whitesburg Christian 21
Hubbertville 33, Phil Campbell 12
Keith 1, Wilcox Central 0, forfeit
Linden 1, Sumter Central 0, forfeit Loachapoka 1, Beulah 0, forfeit
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Alabama High School Athletic Association as well as numerous high schools and colleges across Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. We LOVE to see you move!
Kickoff Classic Coaches, from left: Aubrey Blackwell, Catholic; Patrick Browning, Pike Road; Caleb Ross, Prattville; and Tim Perry, Wetumpka.
15th Annual AHSAA Kickoff Classic Set for Cramton Bowl Aug. 20-21 MONTGOMERY – Four high schools, including two teams coming off the best season in their schools’ history, officially kick off the 2020 high school football season Thursday and Friday at Cramton Bowl in the 2020 AHSAA Kickoff Classic hosted by the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).
Pike Road (11-1) faces Montgomery Catholic (12-1) in Thursday’s game, which kicks off at 7 p.m., from Cramton Bowl. Friday’s game pits two long-time rivals, Wetumpka (6-6) and Prattville (9-3) in a marquee battle of two of the state’s most storied football programs. Both games will be televised live over the AHSAA TV Network and livestreamed over the NFHS Network. WOTM TV will once again produce both games with Vince Earley serving as executive producer. WOTM TV has put together a strong network of cable affiliates across Alabama.
The head coaches gathered at the AHSAA Tuesday for the Kickoff Classic press conference, the first virtual press conference in the season-opening Kickoff Classic’s 15-year history. The press conference was broadcast live by WOTM and the NFHS Network and is archived for viewing at the following links: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/ahsaa/evtcda149a1b6
Pike Road Coach Patrick Browning came to the new school in 2016 – when his current 21 seniors were all seventh graders. He said he and his seniors have grown up together.
“I was hired in April of that year and have seen them faces every kind of challenge imaginable to get to where they are now,” he said. “That is one of the main reasons we are so excited about playing in this big event. We have been extremely blessed to be able to do what we have been able to do. We have great support from Pike Road, which is the fastest growing city in Alabama, and from our school administration.”
The Patriots, moving up to Class 5A this season, are beginning their third year as a high school competing in the AHSAA. The 2018 team reached the state playoffs and last year’s team went unbeaten in the regular season to win the 3A, Region 3 title, and finished 11-1 overall. Five players on the Patriots’ squad have already received Division I college scholarship offers, and junior running back Quinshon Judkins had more than 1,500 all-purpose yards as a junior and scored 30 touchdowns.
Montgomery Catholic Coach Aubrey Blackwell said he is looking forward to facing such an outstanding team as Pike Road – and is excited about returning to Cramton Bowl. The former Robert E. Lee grad played his high school games in the storied stadium.
“Cramton Bowl has always been a special place to me,” he said. “I am excited for our kids to have the opportunity to play there. We appreciate the invitation to play in the Kickoff Classic and are proud of what it means to our school.”
His senior class last season finished as the most successful class in Knights history. Catholic won the Class 4A, Region 2 last season and finished 12-1. The unbeaten regular season was the school’s first since 1979 and just the fourth in school history. “That class created a special culture in the classroom and on the field and have set a standard of some big shoes to fill.”
Three starters are back on offense and six on defense, including center Trent Taylor. Defensive lineman Marcus Dees, team captain, anchors the defense along with junior linebacker T.J. Dudley and junior defensive back Kylon Griffin. Dealing with all we have had to face in the off-season, we are just happy and excited about being able to play.”
Class 7A Prattville, coached by Caleb Ross, has seen his Lions improve rapidly over the last two seasons. Last year’s team finished 9-3 and posted the school’s first playoff win since 2014. Prattville dominated the large school competition from 2006 to 2011 – winning three state titles in a row from 2006-2008 with Ross as an assistant coach.
“This is a great event to be able to showcase your team on a big stage like Cramton Bowl,” he said. “We are thankful, first of all, to just have an opportunity to play. We had a great summer and were having a great spring when we got shut down. We had to scramble, but when they got back, it reminded us all of why we do this.”
Alabama commit and linebacker Ian Jackson is one of many college prospects on this year’s Lions team. “These kids have done everything we have asked them to do,” Ross said “You set high expectations day one and never back down from it. We started seeing flashes last year, and the expectations are now taking hold.”
Wetumpka head coach Tim Perry has seen and done a lot in his 40 years as a high school coach, but he said dealing with “zoom workouts is something I just never expected us to have to deal with.”
The Indians finished 6-6 last season after reaching the 6A state finals in 2017 and the semifinals in 2018. Wetumpka has won 30 games over the last three years.
“This is my 40th year overall and my ninth at Wetumpka,” he said. “Coaching is the greatest occupation in the world. That thought has been reinforced during the last several months. I am grateful to Mr. (Steve) Savarese for staying the course and providing the direction so our kids could have the opportunity to participate this year. These young men will have these great memories for the rest of their lives.”
Like Catholic’s Class of 2020, Wetumpka’s recently graduated seniors were the most successful in WHS history. “We like to talk about passing the baton and building a legacy,” Perry said. “This is the first class that has had to contend with this pandemic. We had zoom workouts three days a week and averaged 50 to 60 players participating each time. I am already proud of the kind of young men they are becoming.”
Several key players are back including three-year starter at center Ben Barker. Quarterback Brandon Bowman and defensive end Myles Ross are also among strong core leaders returning.
Say hello to Ms. Tina Johnson, Occupational Therapy Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan!
Ms. Tina experienced an injury to her wrist and elbow after a fall at her home in April. About a month after surgery, her doctor recommended therapy for continued treatment and she chose Encore Rehabilitation.
Ms. Tina says, “I have been a patient at Encore previously and got excellent care. After I was told I was ready for physical therapy and was asked my selection of places, I once again chose Encore. I worked with Mary (Occupational Therapist) and she was such a blessing. She is so kind, so encouraging, and so knowledgeable and so professional but with so much warmth and concern. Each session, there was positive encouragement and results. I am impressed and blessed by the awesome, loving care I have received at Encore now and in the past few years. There is nothing more rewarding when you are hurt and feeling desperate than to have people show love, concern, caring, and to give the gift of restoring quality of life back. I am blessed.”
Thank you, Ms. Tina, for choosing Encore! We are proud to select you as Occupational Therapy Patient of the Month!
If Occupational Therapy is in your future, call Encore! Our experienced rehab team is following safety precautions to make your rehabilitation both safe AND successful!