Say hello to Austen Baker, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Haleyville!
Austen is a Senior at Phil Campbell High where he participates in Football and Baseball for the Bobcats! He has been hamed All-Regional in Football and All-County in Baseball. His future plans include continuing baseball at the collegiate level. In his free time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and playing sports.
Austen is the son of Curtis and Tiffany Baker. He is picutred here with Regional Director Beth Moore, DPT, ATC.
Congratulations and best wishes, Austen!
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for Phil Campbell Athletics!
Congratulations to Lawton Farr, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!
Lawton is a Senior at Good Hope High School where he competes in Basketball, Baseball, and Football for the Raiders! He has been County Basketball Champion two times and was selected All-County Basketball. In Football, he has been All-County 2nd Team as well as All-Region Honorable Mention. He recently received the Eli Thomas Memorial Scholarship.
Lawton plans to continue his academic interests by attending Wallace State in pursuant to an Engineering Technician career. He enjoys playing basketball and being with friends in his personal time.
Lawton is the son of Gena Rice.
We wish you a great spring season, Lawton! We are proud of you!
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Good Hope Raiders! We LOVE to see you move!
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Say hello to Tanner Kilgo, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!
Tanner is a Junior at Cold Springs High where he competes in Basketball and Football for the Eagles. His future plans include obtaining a Business Management degree from the University of Mississippi. In his personal time, he enjoys working out, playing basketball, and being with his friends.
Tanner is the son of Zane and Carrie Kilgo.
Congratulations, Tanner! We are proud to have you as our Athlete of the Month!
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Cold Springs Eagles! We LOVE to see you move!
Congratulations to Justin Murphy, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan!
Justin is a Sophomore Multi-Sport Athlete, participating in football, basketball, and baseball for the Abbeville Christian Academy Generals. He was a part of the 2016 Dixie Youth World Series Champions in Baseball. His future plans include playing baseball or football in college and majoring in engineering. In his spare time, he enjoys playing sports and going hunting and fishing.
Justin is the son of Mark and Christy Murphy.
We are so proud of your progress, Justin. We wish you the best in the future!
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Abbeville Christian Academy Generals. We LOVE to see you move!
We are excited to announce Donovann Williams is the Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Center Point!
Donovann is a multi-sport athlete for the Ramsay High School Rams competing in Football and Baseball. He future plans include attending Florida A & M to complete a Criminal Justice degree. In his spare time, he enjoys video games and working out.
Donovann is the son of Bridget and Demond Williams, Sr.
MONTGOMERY – The North and South All-Star football squads have reported to Mobile and begun preparations for the 62nd annual North-South All-Star Football Classic. The game will be played for the first time at the University of South Alabama’s new Hancock Whitney Stadium Friday, December 18, with kickoff set for 7 p.m. “We are very excited to be playing this game in December and to be playing at USA’s beautiful Hancock Whitney Stadium,” said Jamie Lee, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA) which hosts the annual game. Lee added, “We are also thankful for the City of Mobile, the Mobile Sports Authority and the University of South Alabama for their interest and support of one of our premiere events. We look forward to partnering with them the next three years.” The contract is a three-year agreement including 2020, 2021 and 2022. Mobile was home to the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic from 1988 to 2010. The AHSADCA, which operates under the auspices of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) manages the AHSAA’s oldest all-star game. The North-South Classic got its start in Tuscaloosa in 1948. It was played yearly through 1984. It was discontinued from 1985-1996 and brought back in 1997 as part of the AHSAA Summer Conference and AHSADCA All-Star Sports Week. It was played at Cramton Bowl from 1997-2004, then moved to December and played at Troy University’s Veterans Stadium for two years in 2004 and 2005; moved to Alabama A&M University (2007-2010) when the AHSAA Summer Conference relocated to Huntsville due to renovations in Montgomery and was played in July. The North-South game returned to Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl when the Summer Conference returned to the Capital City in 2011 and has been played there every year since as part of All-Star Sports Week. The 61st game was cancelled due to COVID 19 concerns this past summer. The 62nd game was scheduled to be moved to December beginning this year. Some of the state’s top high school, college and professional football standouts have played in the North-South Game – including Heisman Trophy winner Pat Sullivan (1968), Auburn All-America receiver Terry Beasley (1968), Green Bay Packers great Bart Starr (1952), and Alabama All-America linebacker and NFL All-Pro Cornelius Bennett grabbed MVP honors in the 1983 game. Decatur High School teammates Joe Brewer and Bobby Golden earned CO-MVP honors in the first game played in 1948. The teams are scheduled to check in Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. North head coach Jeff Smith of Walter Wellborn High School and South head coach Earnest Hill of McGill-Toolen Catholic will conduct one practice today at 7 p.m. The North will be at the USA Jaguar Training Center and the South will be at Hancock Whitney Stadium.” The North will be at Hancock Whitney Stadium on Wednesday for a 9 a.m. practice, and the South will be at the Jaguar Training Center. The teams will swap locations Wednesday afternoon for the scheduled 2 p.m. practice sessions. The teams will have two more practices Thursday. The game will kick off at 7 p.m., on Friday and will be televised live by WTOM TV over the AHSAA TV Network and will be live-streamed over the NFHS Network. The AHSAA Radio Network is also broadcasting the game live over its statewide radio network. All tickets must be purchased though GOFAN at https://gofan.co/app/school/AHSAA
NORTH-SOUTH FOOTBALL ALL-STAR CLASSIC YEAR-BY-YEAR (1948-2019) (Overall Series: South leads 31-27-2)
At Hancock Whitney Stadium, U. of South Alabama, Mobile 2021—North-South Game, Dec. 18 (AHSAA TV Network) At Cramton Bowl, Montgomery 2020—Summer game canceled due to COVID 19 2019—South 22, North 19 2018—North 27, South 14 2017—North 14, South 13 2016—North 14, South 0 (shortened by weather)
2015—North 14, South 13 2014—South 20, North 12
2013—South 22, North 21
2012—North 34, South 12 2010—North 14, South 7
2011—South 37, North 33
Alabama A&M, Huntsville
2010—North 14, South 7
2009—North 14, South 7
2008—South 12, North 0
2007—South 10, North 0
At Troy University
2005—(December) – South 16, North 7
2004— (December) – North 7, South 3
At All-Star Sports Week
Cramton Bowl, Montgomery
2004—North 17, South 7
2003—South 17, North 10
2002—South 34, North 0
2001—North 6, South 3
2000—North 17, South 0
1999—South 10, North 7
1998—South 21, North 0
1997—South 14, North 0
1984—North 21, South 20 (1A-2A)
1984—South 7, North 6 (3A-4A)
1983—South 34, North 7
1982—North 3, South 0
1981—North 14, South 6
1980—South 20, North 7
1979—South 3, North 0
1978—South 21, North 14
1977—South 17, North 7
1976—South 14, North 6
1975—North 7, South 6
1973—North 22, South 15
1972—South 14, North 13
1971—North 9, South 7
1970—South 13, North 9
1969—South 16, North 0
1968—South 27, North 7
1967—South 14, North 10
1966—North 13, South 7
1965—North 13, South 6
1964—South 34, North 7
1963—North 20, South 6
1962—South 20, North 14
1961—South 13, North 0
1960—North 7, South 0
1959—North 10, South 7
1958—South 20, North 6
1957—North 12, South 7
1956—South 0, North 0 (tie)
1955—North 26, South 7
1954—North 7, South 6
1953—South 26, North 0
1952—North 7, South 7 (tie)
1951—South 31, North 0
1950—South 12, North 7
1949—North 7, South 6
1948—North 33, South 0
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!
Montgomery Catholic (11-2) at Montgomery Academy (13-0)
Piedmont (12-1) at Fyffe (13-0)
CLASS 4A Handley (11-1) at American Christian (13-0)
Gordo (12-1) at Etowah (10-2)
Faith Academy (12-1) at St. Paul’s Episcopal (13-0)
Pleasant Grove (10-2) at Ramsay (12-0)
Saraland (11-2) at Spanish Fort (10-3)
Mountain Brook (12-1) at Pinson Valley (10-2)
CLASS 7A Finals Thompson (13-0) vs. Auburn (11-1), Wed., Dec. 2, Bryant-Denny Stadium, 7 p.m.
We LOVE to see you move!
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Alabama High School Athletic Association as well as numerous high schools and colleges throughout Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
Congratulations to Jamarian Thompson, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East!
Jamarian is a Senior and multi-sport Athlete, participating in Football and Basketball for the Headland Rams. His future plans include going to school to pursue a degree in Welding. In his spare time, he enjoys music, sports, and being outside.
Jamarian is the son of Janet Thompson and James Thompson.
Congratulations Jamarian! We wish you the best of success in your future endeavors!
Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for Headland High School. We LOVE to see you move!