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John Lake Robertson is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey

John Lake Robertson is Athlete of the Month for #EncoreRehab William Carey University

Say hello to John Lake Robertson! He is the Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey!

John Lake competes in Baseball (#38) for the Crusaders. In his free time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and hanging out with friends. He is pursuing a degree to become a teacher and coach.

John Lake is the son of Steven and Bridgette Robertson.

We wish you all the best, John Lake! Congratulations!

Encore Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the William Carey Crusaders! We LOVE to see you move!

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710 William Carey Parkway
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39401
601-543-0221 
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Anna Greer – Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey

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Ryleigh Baker is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey

Ben Whalley is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey University

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Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey University names Emma Shively as Athlete of the Month

Emma Shively is Athlete of the Month for William Carey University #EncoreRehabEncore Rehabilitation-Wiliam Carey as selected Emma Shively as Athlete of the Month! 

Emma is a Freshman at William Carey. She competes in Softball (#23) for the Crusaders. A History major, she plans to teach history and coach sports on the high school level. Her personal interests include music, playing the guitar, working out, and coaching.

Emma is the daughter of Matt and Michelle Shively.

Congratulations, Emma! We are very proud of you.

Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey
710 William Carey Parkway
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39401
601-543-0221
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Patricia Ganso is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey

Jordan Guillot -Feature Athlete for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey

Lisa Faolotoi is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-William Carey University

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.

Encore Rehabilitation is proud to provide Sports Medicine Coverage for the Bayside Academy Admirals and the Alabama High School Athletic Association. 
We LOVE to see you move!

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Awards and Honors at the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame-Mississippi Gulf Coast Chapter

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The National Football Foundation Hall of Fame-Mississippi Gulf Coast Chapter held their annual awards banquet on Jan 17, 2018.

We would like to recognize the coaches and athletes from schools affiliated with our Encore Sports Medicine Program.  Congratulations to the athletes, coaches, and our own athletic trainer, Eric Oehms, MS, LAT, ATC!

 

Coach Neil Lollar, Hancock High School – Frank “Twig” Branch Coach of the Year Award

Coach Bo Russum, Hancock High School-Luther Kuykendall Assistant Coach of the Year Award

Karlos Dillard, Gulfport High School- Terrell Buckley Defensive Player of the Year Award

Clay Gollott, St. Martin High School – NFFHOT Scholarship Award

Eric Oehms, Athletic Trainer, Encore Rehabilitation – Contribution to Amateur Football

 

Athlete-Scholars included:

  • D’Iberville High School – Brady Grace
  • East Central High School – Maxwell Greenough
  • Gautier High School – Mario Love
  • Gulfport High School – Karlos Dillard
  • Hancock High School – Elliott Nolan
  • Harrison Central – Javion Khan
  • Long Beach High School – JT Tripp
  • Moss Point – Matthew Sellers
  • Ocean Springs – Peyton Sams
  • Pascagoula High School – Jack Colmer
  • Pass Christian High School – Nathan Weatherly
  • St. Martin High School – Clay Gollott
  • St. Patrick Catholic High School – Robert Starks
  • Vancleave High School – Havens “Lane” Wise