Athletes

AHSAA Football Playoff Pairings Round 2

AHSAA State Football Playoffs
Second-Round Pairings
CLASS 1A

Marengo (10-1) at Lanett (9-1)

Maplesville (9-1) at Georgiana (10-1)
Elba (8-2) at Linden (10-0)
Wadley (8-2) at St Luke’s Episcopal (10-1), Mobile

Donoho (9-2) at Mars Hill Bible (10-1), Florence
South Lamar (11-0) at Winterboro (7-3)
Pickens County (7-4) at Falkville (11-0)

Waterloo (9-2) at Spring Garden (10-1)



CLASS 2A

Leroy (8-3) at Daleville (6-4)
Luverne (10-1) at Abbeville (10-1)

Highland Home (10-1) at LaFayette (7-3)
Cottage Hill Christian (10-1) at Ariton (8-3)

Fyffe (11-0) at Colbert County (8-3), Leighton
Red Bay (9-2) at Ohatchee (10-0)
Ranburne (9-2) at Addison (9-2)
Collinsville (10-1) at Aliceville (9-2)



CLASS 3A

Flomaton (8-3) at Winfield (11-0)
Oakman (5-5) – Pike County (8-2) winner at Thomasville (9-2)
Providence Christian (10-1) at Saint James (10-1),
Montgomery
Gordo (9-2) at Mobile Christian (9-1)

Midfield (9-1) at Westminster Christian (10-0), Huntsville
Piedmont (9-2) at J.B. Pennington (6-5), Blountsville
Randolph County (10-1) at Geraldine (9-2)
Fultondale (9-1) at Saks (9-1), Anniston



CLASS 4A

Hillcrest-Evergreen (7-4) at Alabama Christian (4-7),
 Montgomery
Headland (10-1) at Andalusia (7-4)
Montgomery Catholic (8-3) at American Christian (11-0),
 Tuscaloosa
UMS-Wright (10-0) at Trinity Presbyterian (5-6), Montgomery

Oneonta (8-3) at DAR (8-3), Grant
Jacksonville (11-0) at Good Hope (10-1)
Hokes Bluff (10-1) at North Jackson (11-0),
 Stevenson
Deshler (6-5) at Fayette County (9-2), Fayette 



CLASS 5A

Jackson (8-3) at Ramsay (10-1),
 Birmingham, Lawson Field
Bibb County (8-3) at Greenville (9-2)
Demopolis (9-2) at Pleasant Grove (9-2)
Briarwood Christian (9-2) at Vigor (10-1),
 Prichard Memorial Stadium

Central-Clay County (8-3) at Madison Academy (9-1)
Etowah (11-0) at Center Point (6-5)
Southside-Gadsden (7-4) at Jasper (10-1)

East Limestone (9-2) at Mortimer Jordan (10-1), Kimberly



CLASS 6A

Saraland (10-1) at Hueytown (9-2)
Opelika (6-4) at Bessemer City (7-4)
Wetumpka (9-2) at Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (6-5)
McAdory (10-1) at Spanish Fort (10-1)

Homewood (9-2) at Gardendale (6-5)
Muscle Shoals (9-2) at Pinson Valley (9-1)
Clay-Chalkville (10-1) at Hartselle (11-0)
Decatur (7-4) at Oxford (9-2)



CLASS 7A

Lee-Montgomery (7-4) at Auburn (10-1)

McGill-Toolen Catholic (9-2) at Central-Phenix City (11-0)
Mountain Brook (9-2) at Hoover (8-3)
Hewitt-Trussville (8-3) at Thompson (9-1),
 Alabaster


Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Sports Medicine for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous High Schools and Colleges throughout Alabama and Mississippi.

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AHSAA State Football Playoff Pairings-Round One

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AHSAA FOOTBALL UPDATES for Friday, September 21, 2018

AHSAA Football Scoreboard

Friday’s Results (includes Thursday games)

Class 7A

Auburn 51, Jeff Davis 23
Austin 21, Grissom 13
Baker 17, Foley 0
Bob Jones 12, Gadsden City 7
Central-Phenix City 28, Opelika 0
Fairhope 45, Davidson 17
Hewitt-Trussville 44, Span Park 13
Hoover 48, Oak Mountain 20
Huntsville 35, Sparkman 26
James Clemens 47, Florence 33
McGill-Toolen Catholic 17, Mary Montgomery 10 (2 OT)
Mountain Brook 28, Vestavia Hills 14
Prattville 46, Enterprise 28
Theodore 27, Alma Bryant 7
Thompson 35, Tuscaloosa County 0


Class 6A

Bessemer City 32, Paul Bryant 13
Blount 27, Baldwin County 7
Carver-Montgomery 43, Dothan 7
Clay-Chalkville 56, Gardendale 14
Cullman 21, Albertville 0
Decatur 48, Lee-Huntville 14
Hazel Green 37, Athens 3
Hueytown 57, Brookwood 0
Huffman 28, Pell City 14
Jackson-Olin 34, Carver-Birmingham 13
McAdory 32, Selma 16
Minor 26, Helena 19
Muscle Shoals 46, Mae Jemison 12
Northridge 35, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 28
Northview 38, Russell County 23
Pinson Valley 28, Oxford 13
Saraland 35, Robertsdale 0
Shades Valley 35, Stanhope Elmore 28
Sidney Lanier 35, Park Crossing 28
Spanish Fort 49, B.C. Rain 12
St. Paul’s Episcopal 21, Gulf Shores 0
Wetumpka 23, Buckhorn 7


Class 5A

Alexandria 66, Crossville 14
Beauregard 41, Charles Henderson 26
Bibb County 35, Central-Tuscaloosa 7
Boaz 35, Pisgah 14
Brewer 34, Madison County 3
Briarwood Christian 29, Wenonah 0
Carroll 21, Valley 17
Center Point 22, St. Clair County 7
Central-Clay County 41, Moody 7
Chilton County 23, Jemison 14
Citronelle 40, Faith Academy 14
Corner 46, Hamilton 0
Demopolis 30, Benjamin Russell 10
Dora 35, Lawrence County 29
Early County (GA) 20, Tallassee 13
East Limestone 28, Scottsboro 13
Etowah 42, Southside-Gadsden 0
Greenville 63, Rehobeth 7
Guntersville 27, Arab 13
Jasper 38, Hayden 12
John Carroll Catholic 26, Woodlawn 6
Madison Academy 42, Ardmore 10
Mortimer Jordan 12, Sylacauga 7
Munford 45, Springville 15
Pleasant Grove 38, Parker 33
Ramsay 28, Fairfield 0
Russellville 53, West Point 20
Sardis 43, Douglas 7
Satsuma 45, Wilcox Central 22
Shelby County 44, Marbury 18
Vigor 40, Jackson 6


Class 4A

American Christian 70, Montevallo 54
Ashford 48, B.T. Washington 14
Brooks 38, Rogers 34
Central-Florence 35, West Limestone 0
Cherokee County 22, White Plains 13
Childersburg 42, Handley 26
Dale County 39, Alabama Christian 38
DAR 61, West Morgan 33
Deshler 50, Wilson 0
Elmore County 42, Holtville 35 (OT)
Escambia County 46, W.S. Neal 14
Fairview 35, Priceville 0
Fayette County 24, Curry 0
Good Hope 50, Oak Grove 0
Hillcrest-Evergreen 41, Andalusia 10
Hokes Bluff 28, Anniston 18
Lincoln 17, Talladega 7
Montgomery Catholic 28, Trinity Presbyterian 0
North Jackson 49, St. John Paul II Catholic 7
Northside 39, Cordova 22
Oneonta 39, Ashville 14
Randolph 41, Danville 6
Sipsey Valle 28, Dallas County 8
UMS-Wright 35, Clarke County 7
West Blocton 36, Greensboro 6
Williamson 56, Monroe County 0


Class 3A

Beulah 42, Southside-Selma 34
Colbert Heights 18, East Lawrence 6

Excel 39, Elberta 6
Flomaton 45, St. Michael’s Catholic 6
Fultondale 23, Holly Pond 5
Geneva 49, Opp 33
Geraldine 47, New Hope 14
Gordo 46, Hale County 27
Greene County 38, Holt 19
Houston Academy 31, Straughn 7
J.B. Pennington 32, Locust Fork 14
Lauderdale County 48, Lexington 22
Mobile Christian 27, Thomasville 7
Montgomery Academy 43, Prattville Christian 13
Oakman 21, Carbon Hill 19
Phil Campbell 47, Vina 2
Piedmont 29, Weaver 21
Pike County 33, Wicksburg 29
Pike Road 31, Bullock County 28
Plainview 7, Sylvania 3
Providence Christian 31, Slocomb 14
Randolph County 32, B.B. Comer 6
Saint James 27, Dadeville 14
Saks 41. Pleasant Valley 14
Susan Moore 56, Brindlee Mountain 0
T.R. Miller 21, Bayside Academy 14
Vinemont 32, Hanceville 14
Walter Wellborn 40, Glencoe 0
Westminster Christian 60, Clements 14
Winfield 46, Lamar County 21


Class 2A

Abbeville 44, Houston County 17
Addison 42, Sheffield 7
Aliceville 54, Cold Springs 6
Ariton 42, Daleville 20
Belmont (MS) 21, Red Bay 14
Cedar  Bluff 4, Section 7

Choctaw County ?, RC Hatch ?l
Colbert County 39, Hatton 14
Collinsville 50, Ider 20
Cottage Hill Christian 34, Chickasaw 12
Cottonwood 28, G.W. Long 13
Fyffe 55, Asbury 0
Geneva County 42, Barbour County 0
Highland Home 44, Samson 16
Horseshoe Bend 35, Central Coosa 12
Leroy 35, Washington County 20
Luverne 43, Central-Hayneville 0
New Brockton 28, Goshen 21
North Sand Mountain 48, Sand Rock 0
Ohatchee 37, Westbrook Christian 30
Ranburne 35, Cleveland 28
Southern Choctaw 52, J.U. Blacksher 14
Sumiton Christian 20, Southeastern 16
Tanner 64, Tharptown 14
Thorsby 48, Vincent 6
Winston County 40, Sulligent 35
Woodland 45, Gaston 38
Zion Chapel 41, Calhoun 6


Class 1A

Berry 33, Meek 15
Coosa Christian 54, Decatur Heritage 42
Elba 60, Florala 24
Falkville 19, R.A. Hubbard 6
Francis Marion 52, Ellwood Christian 0
Gaylesville 26, Valley Head 13
Georgiana 32, Brantley 15
Hackleburg 52, Shoals Christian 8
Holy Spirit Catholic 48, A.L. Johnson 16
J.F. Shields 28, Fruitdale 24
Lanett 42, Notasulga 0
Linden 32, Isabella 0
Loachapoka 14, Autaugaville 6
Lynn 44, Brilliant 0
Mars Hill Bible 63, Cherokee 6
Millry 35, McIntosh 14
Pickens County 7, Marion County 6
Pleasant Home 34, McKenzie 20
Ragland 53, Victory Christian 14
Red Level 41, Kinston 40
Scott Central (MS) 32, Sweet Water 6
South Lamar 28, Hubbertville 15
Spring Garden 16, Donoho 0
St. Luke’s Episcopal 34, Marengo 14
Wadley 57, Verbena 0
Waterloo 43, Phillips 18
Winterboro 39, Talladega County Central 12
Woodville 34, Appalachian 13


Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Sports Medicine for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous High Schools and Colleges throughout Alabama and Mississippi.

For more information about our Sports Medicine Program, visit our website at encorerehab.com or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.


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AHSAA Football Results, Friday August 31, 2018

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to provide Athletic Training Services to high schools and colleges across Alabama and Mississippi for over 40 years. We LOVE to see you move!AHSAA Football Scoreboard, Friday, August 31, 2018. Four games suspended due to weather.

CLASS 7A
Bob Jones 39, Mainland (FL) 36

Davidson 32, Alma Bryant 21

Enterprise 35, Charles Henderson 29

Fairhope 49, Mary Montgomery 21

Florence 21, Buckhorn 0

Hewitt-Trussville 38, West Forsyth (GA) 30

Lee-Montgomery 20, Sidney Lanier 7

McGill-Toolen Catholic 30, Murphy 3

Mountain Brook 43,Center Point 0

Prattville 19, Stanhope Elmore 16

Smiths Station 27, Valley 0

Sparkman 14, Hazel Green 7

St. John’s (Washington D.C.) vs. Hoover, suspended with St. John’s leading 7-0 to Sat., Sept. 1, 9 a.m.
Theodore 24, Baker 0

Thompson 47, Foley 0

Vestavia Hills 17, Homewood 10


CLASS 6A

Albertville 33, Columbia 0

Athens 29, Gardendale 22

Auburn 22, Opelika 15

Austin 60, Decatur 45

Baldwin County 31, Gulf Shores 0

Benjamin Russell 28, Central-Clay County 23

Bessemer City 16, Spain Park 14

Blount 31, Robertsdale 7

Briarwood vs.  Chelsea, postponed to Sat., Sept. 1, 9 a.m. (moved to Briarwood)
Carver-Birmingham 18, Fairfield 12 (OT)

Carver-Montgomery 18, Greenville 13

Central-Phenix City 49, Meridian (MS) 10

Clay-Chalkville 31, James Clemens 24

Dothan 47, Rehobeth 7

Eufaula 42, Beauregard 26

Grissom 48, Lee-Huntsville 19

Hartselle 38, Brooks 14

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 30, Tuscaloosa County 20

Hueytown 6, Helena 0 (Game suspended in first quarter, will resume Sat., Sept. 1 at 9 a.m.)
Jackson-Olin 30, Shades Valley 7

Mae Jemison 29, Huntsville 28

McAdory 20, Dallas County 0

Oxford 35, Gadsden City 6

Park Crossing 24, Jeff Davis 10

Paul Bryant 10, Minor 3

Pelham 42, Bibb County 12

Pell City 27, Calera 7

Pinson Valley 28, Ramsay 6

Saraland 50, B.C. Rain 0

Selma 60, Southside-Selma 20

Spanish Fort 20, Daphne 13

St. Paul’s Episcopal 35, St. Stanislaus (MS) 7

Wetumpka 44, Northview 14


CLASS 5A
Ardmore 41, Elkmont 0

Boaz 42, Guntersville 19

Brewer 42, Danville 0

Carroll 26, Russell County 7

Central-Tuscaloosa 58, Greene County 34

Citronelle 34, Leroy 7

Corner 56, Oak Grove 13

Demopolis 22, Northridge 20

East Limestone 34, West Limestone 3

Etowah 19, Moody 0

Hamilton 32, Cordova 0

Jackson 20, Clarke County 0

Madison Academy 54, Lawrence County 20

Mortimer Jordan 18, Cullman 16

Parker 28, Huffman 22

Pleasant Grove 28, West Blocton 10

Russellville 40, Deshler 34 (2 OT)

Satsuma 49, W.S. Neal 20

Scottsboro 26, Fort Payne 13

Springville 33, Ashville 22

Sylacauga 20, Chilton County 13

Tallassee 16, Handley 12

West Point 27, Arab 26


CLASS 4A
Alabama Christian 16, Pike County 0

American Christian 49, Woodlawn 0

Andalusia 23, Trinity Presbyterian 7

Cherokee County 33, St. Clair County 7

Childersburg 26, Talladega County-Central 0

Curry 17, Oakman 14

Dale County 56, G.W. Long 0

DAR 59, Douglas 0

Elmore County 21, Marbury 0

Escambia County 42, Wilcox Central 0

Fairview 32, Hanceville 22

Good Hope 47, Priceville 14

Haleyville 21, Central-Florence 7

Headland 30, Highland Home 27

Hillcrest-Evergreen 46, Montgomery Academy 0

Hokes Bluff 42, Southside-Gadsden 13

Holtville 42, Central Coosa 0

Jacksonville 35, Alexandria 28

Monroe County 12, J.F. Shields 8

Montevallo 22, Shelby County 12

Montgomery Catholic 16, Anniston 9

North Jackson 48, Plainview 0

Northside 41, Brookwood 14

Oneonta 35, Hayden 21

Randolph 30, Lauderdale County 28

Rogers 34, Lexington 7

Sardis 27, Sylvania 3

St. John Paul Catholic II 51, East Lawrence 0

Talladega 20, Munford 10

UMS-Wright 37, Mobile Christian 7

Williamson 21, LeFlore 0

Wilson 41, Colbert Heighs 27

Winfield 35, Fayette County 13


CLASS 3A
Bayside Academy 27, Faith Academy 17

Beulah 36, Ellwood Christian 0

Carbon Hill 16, Dora 0

Clements 32, Tanner 6

Flomaton 41, Northview (FL) 19

Geneva 47, Geneva County 22

Gordo 26, Aliceville 12

Greensboro 26, Jemison 10

Hale County 22, Sipsey Valley 8

Holly Pond 36, Ider 13

Holt 18, Autaugaville 16

Houston Academy 48, McKenzie 12

Lamar County 35, Sulligent 7

Midfield 10, Tarrant 0, game suspended in second quarter, suspended until, Mon., Sept. 5, 10 a.m.
Piedmont 32, Addison 20

Pike Road 41, Central-Hayneville 0

Pisgah 50, Woodville 28

Pleasant Valley 68, West End 28

Prattville Christian 22, J.U. Blacksher 21

Providence Christian 42, Houston County 8

Randolph County 28, Notasulga 14

Saint James 37, Straughn 0

Saks 55, Cleburne County 14

Susan Moore 28, J.B. Pennington 21

Thomasville 28, Sweet ater 14

T.R. Miller 41, Choctaw County 6

Walter Wellborn 41, Lincoln 22

Westminster Christian 36, Madison County 20

Wicksburg 49, Daleville 20


CLASS 2A

Abbeville 22, Ashford 15

Ariton 29, Goshen 6

Cedar Bluff 28, Spring Garden 6

Cleveland 41, Locust Fork 7

Colbert County 47, Cherokee 0

Cold Springs 27, Berry 20

Collinsville 47, Crossville 14

Cottage Hill Christian 42, Florala 14

Cottonwood 14, Slocomb 7

Fyffe 41, Geraldine 7

Hatton 36, West Morgan 14

Luverne 26, Georgiana 12

Mars Hill Bible 49, Sheffield 13

Ohatchee 41, White Plains 8

Ranburne 41, Glencoe 7

Red Bay 36, Phil Campbell 8

Reeltown 34, Dadeville 6

Samson 37, Kinston 18

Sand Rock 21, Gaston 12

Section 25, New Hope 12

Southeastern 60, Brindlee Mountain 0

St. Luke’s Episcopal 41, Chickasaw 0

Thorsby 46, Verbena 0

Westbrook Christian 28, Ragland 6

Zion Chapel 40, Red Level 34


CLASS 1A

Brantley 35, New Brockton 17

Brilliant 34, Vina 9

Coosa Christian 25, Appalachian 22

Decatur Heritage 31, Sumiton Christian 7

Donoho 35, Horseshoe Bend 12

Elba 53, Opp 33

Elberta 35, Fruitdale 13

Falkville 32, Vinemont 28

Francis Marion 16, R.C. Hatch 8

Gaylesville 34, Asbury 0

Holy Spirit Catholic 56, Vincent 22

Hubbertville 49, Waterloo 18

Isabella 41, Billingsley 8

Lanett 35, LaFayette 7

Linden 52, Sumter Central 0

Lynn 38, Phillips 19

Maplesville 35, Fultondale 17

Marengo 14, Southern Choctaw 8

Marion County 28, Hackleburg 6

Meek 14, Winston County 13

Millry 55, Washington County 6

R.A. Hubbard 46, Shoals Christian 21

Valley Head 38, Alabama School/Deaf 6

Victory Christian 26, Fayetteville 7

Wadley 48, Woodland 0

Winterboro 18. B.B. Comer 8


Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Sports Medicine for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous High Schools and Colleges throughout Alabama and Mississippi.

For more information about our Sports Medicine Program, visit our website at encorerehab.com or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.



Hoover High School’s Josh Niblett Named Alabama All-Star Head Coach for 2018 Alabama-Mississippi Football Game


Inaugural Cullman County Schools Media Day for Fall Sports – 2018


Alice Korhonen – “I had lived in pain for years”


Coach Safely

Flyer outlining Coach Safely Program

Encore Rehabilitation, Inc. is proud to be the Education and Triage Partner of Alabama’s Coach Safely Foundation!

The Coach Safely Act (HB9), passed by Alabama Legislature, is the first of its kind to address public concerns about sports injuries for younger athletes (14 and younger).  This law  and the Coach Safely Program bring together community youth coaches and experts in the medical field to reduce sports injuries, increase education about injuries, and increase participation in sports activities. The law is administered under the Alabama Department of Public Health and will be piloted this fall. Advocates of the law include Coach Nick Saban of the University of Alabama, Coach Wille Slater of Tuskegee University, and numerous other coaches throughout the state.

One part of the Coach Safely program is an educational course for coaches. The course was developed by Dr. James R. Andrews and the Andrews Research & Education Foundation.  The course covers topics such as concussions; heat and exertion illness; trauma and overuse; sudden cardiac arrest; and emergency action plans.

The Coach Safely Foundation was formed to support the Coach Safely Program and to work with each of the approximately 400 municipalities in the State of Alabama. The Foundation is supported by Children’s of Alabama, Encore Rehabilitation, and ThreatAdvice as well as public and private grants.

To read more about the Coach Safely Program, visit their website at: coachsafely.org

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Aiden Adcock-Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Multisport athlete Aiden Adcock, Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman, Alabama

Sophomore Aiden Adcock has been selected as Athlete of the Month for Saint Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

Aiden is a multi-sport athlete for the Saints, competing in Baseball, Volleyball, and Bowling. In her free time, Aiden enjoys playing softball and baseball.

Aiden is the daughter of Angela Adcock.

Congratulations, Aiden! 

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for the Saint Bernard Saints and
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Garrett Wade-Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year for Alabama

Congratulations to Garrett Wade of Hartselle High School for being named Gatorade Player of the Year in Alabama for Baseball!

The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Senior left-handed pitcher and outfielder produced a 7-2 record on the mound with a 1.02 ERA this past season, leading the Tigers to the Class 6A State Tournament. Garrett struck out 109 batters and allowed just 18 hits and 20 walks in 54.2 innings pitched. He also had a pitched a perfect game (Collierville, TN.) He posted a .391 batting average with 30 runs scored and 27 RBIs.

As a member of the Mu Alpha Theta math honor society, Garrett volunteered with Students Against Destructive Decisions and he has donated his time as part of multiple community service initiatives through his church.

Garrett maintained a weighted 4.24 GPA and has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Auburn University but is projected as an early-round selection in the MLB June draft.

Garrett is the third Gatorade Alabama Baseball Player of the year. Other recipients were Jay Chittam (1993) and Luke Bole (2009).

To read more about Garrett, visit #GatoradePOY.

**The Gatorade Player of the Year award was established in 1985 to recognize the nation’s most elite high school student-athletes for their athletic excellence, academic achievement and exemplary character.

2018 AHSAA Soccer Playoffs Quarterfinal Pairings/Results

Soccer ball graphic reads 2018 AHSAA Soccer Playoffs Quarterfinal Results Through Friday May 4th, Encorerehab.com
2018 AHSAA Soccer Playoffs
Quarterfinal Pairings/Results

BOYS
Class 1A/3A 
Westminster-Oak Mountain (17-2) 1, Montgomery Academy (14-9-1) 0
Indian Springs (16-6-4) at Bayside Academy (22-2), Sat., May 5, 7 p.m.
West Morgan (19-2) 3, Collinsville (20-3-1) 2
Altamont (16-5-1) 4, St. Bernard (13-7) 0

Class 4A/5A
Briarwood Christian (22-2-1) 4, LAMP (15-3-1) 1
Montgomery Catholic (17-6-4) at St. Paul’s Episcopal (17-5-5), Mobile, Sat., May 5, 7 p.m.
Randolph (14-4-2) 3, St. John Paul II Catholic (12-4-5) 0 
Arab (13-2-2) 2, Sylacauga (16-7-4) 1


Class 6A
Homewood (22-0-2) 6, John Carroll Catholic (10-12-2) 1
Northview (11-9-1) 4, Stanhope Elmore (14-7-4) 1
Fort Payne (18-3-3) 1, Florence (13-7-1) 0
Pell City (13-5-2) 2, Clay-Chalkville (17-7-1) 1

Class 7A 
McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-8-5) 2, Smiths Station (13-5-3) 0
Auburn (9-4) at Foley (13-7), Sat., May 5, Foley Sports Tourism Complex, 5 p.m.
Mountain Brook (19-5-3) 2, Huntsville (16-6-2) 0
Grissom (15-7-3) at Vestavia Hills (16-5-1), Sat., May 5, 5 p.m.



GIRLS

Class 1A/3A 
Montgomery Academy (17-3) at Westminster-Oak Mountain (9-3), Sat., May 5, 5 p.m.
Indian Springs (13-4) at Houston Academy (7-8), Sat., May 5, Dothan, Westgate Soccer Complex, 5 p.m.
West Morgan (18-6) at Westbrook Christian (16-4-1), Sat., May 5, 5 p.m.
Donoho (16-1) 3, Sylvania (16-5) 1

Class 4A/5A
Trinity Presbyterian (21-2-2) 1, Briarwood Christian  (12-6) 0
Faith Academy (20-5-1) at St. Paul’s Episcopal (18-4-3), Mobile, Sat., May 5, 5 p.m.
Guntersville (16-1-2) 3, Westminster Christian (17-4) 1
Arab (14-4-3) 3, Springville (14-7)

Class 6A
John Carroll Catholic (19-3-1) 4, Chelsea (16-6-1) 0
Northview (17-3-1) 1, Spanish Fort 0
Southside-Gadsden (16-1-1) at  Hartselle (13-7-2), Sat., May 5, 1 p.m.
Gardendale (12-4) 2, Pell City (13-3-2) 1


Class 7A 
McGill-Toolen Catholic (19-2-3) 2, Prattville (11-11-1) 0 
Enterprise (9-8-2) 3, Fairhope (12-7-1) 2
James Clemens (14-3-2) 8, Spain Park (17-6) 2
Vestavia Hills (20-3-1) 3, Bob Jones (12-4-3) 0

 

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 Encore 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 is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan

Dane Grounds – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Enterprise

Dane Grounds Photo Enterprise

Congratulations to Dane Grounds, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Enterprise!

Dane is a Sophomore at Enterprise State Community College where he plays Baseball for the Boll Weevils. He has earned the distinction of First Team NJCAA Academic All-American Baseball for 2016-2017 (previous college).  His future plans include transferring to a four-year university to play baseball and pursue a Marketing degree.

In his free time, he enjoys fishing and playing more baseball! Dane is the son of Rodney and Lana Grounds.

We wish you all the best in your future pursuits, Dane!

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COACH ANN SCHILLING INDUCTED INTO AHSAA SPORTS HALL OF FAME

Coach Ann Schilling

The following is an excerpt from: Perseverance and Passion Has Highlighted Ann Schilling’s Journey to Hall of Fame, by Bill Plott, AHSAA Historian. To read the complete article, click here.


Ann Schilling’s journey to the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame started at the hands of a master. The Class of 2018 inductee played under the renowned Coach Becky Dickinson at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School. Coach Dickinson was in the very first class of inductees in 1991.

In a letter nominating Schilling to the Hall of Fame, Coach Dickinson wrote: “Before her high school tenure with me even began, Ann fell during summer team camp and broke her right arm. Other athletes might have let that discourage them, but not Ann. She stayed at summer camp and continued to work out. She came to every volleyball practice and game, taking statistics and stepping in wherever she could. She even taught herself to shoot a basketball left-handed.”

A native of Mobile, Schilling went from McGill-Toolen to Auburn University where she played basketball for four years, walking on and earning a scholarship by her sophomore year. She stayed a fifth year at Auburn to play volleyball when the program was reinstated.

With college-level varsity experience in basketball and volleyball under her belt, she accepted the position of physical education teacher, basketball and volleyball coach at Bayside Academy in 1987. It was a perfect union. Schilling is now in her 31st season of teaching and coaching at Bayside.

That career, by the numbers, includes the following:

  • 23 state volleyball championships, four runners-up
  • 16 consecutive state champions 2002-2017, an Alabama record and second in the nation, and 19 in 20 years since 1998
  • More than 1,400 wins, first among state active coaches and second in the state all-time
  • 6 Mobile Press Register Super 12 Coach of the Year awards
  • 5 Birmingham News Coach of the Year awards
  • 7 selections as AHSAA all-star coach
  • National Federation of High Schools Volleyball Coach of the Year award in 2010

Additionally, Schilling has received two John L. Finley Awards for Superb Achievement as a coach and an R. L. Lindsay Service Award for club volleyball. She is founder and director of the Eastern Shore Volleyball Club.

She was elected to the Bayside Academy Hall of Fame in 2004 and to the Mobile Sports Hall of Fame in 2017.

Coach Dickinson said she saw Schilling develop and grow into a superb leader. “Looking back at her outstanding career, it may come as a surprise that Ann was not a born leader,” Dickinson said. “During her senior year, the captain of the volleyball team missed one of our tournaments, and I watched as my team floundered, leaderless.   A few timeouts later, when I asked Ann and her fellow senior to take charge, I watched her step onto the court and step into her own. After that, nothing Ann did surprised me.

“I was not surprised when she started and didn’t stop winning state championships. I was not surprised when Ann’s peers repeatedly recognized her coaching ability by voting her Coach of the Year. I was not surprised that she learned to take relatively unskilled young women and teach them game skills while building their confidence and leadership skills.”

And it is no surprise that Ann Schilling has now been inducted into the AHSAA Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2018.

Coach Ann Schilling is one of 11 inductees to the Alabama High School Hall of Fame, Class of 2018. For a complete list of other 2018 inductees, please click here.

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