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Aggie Daisy Manasco is Athlete of the Month for Fairview High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Daisy Manasco is Athlete of the Month for Fairview High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman #EncoreRehab

Aggie Daisy Manasco has been selected Athlete of the Month for Fairview High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

A Sophomore, Daisy competes in Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball for Fairview High. She has been named Cullman Athlete of the Week and North Regional Player of the Week. Her future plans include playing Volleyball at Auburn University while pursuing a Nursing degree.

Daisy is the daughter of Jenifer and Jason Manasco.

We are proud of you, Daisy! Congratulations on being Athlete of the Month!

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman
1701 Main Avenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the
Official Provider of Athletic Training for the Fairview Aggies!

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Dayne Black is Athlete of the Month for Fairview High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Alabama State University Sideline Sports Medicine Coverage

7th Annual AHSAA Super Regional Volleyball Championships, October 25-27, 2018

Michael Roberts – Athlete of the Month for West Point High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Michael Roberts is Athlete of the Month for West Point High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman #EncoreRehab

Congratulations to Michael Roberts, Athlete of the Month for West Point High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

Michael is a Senior and competes in Football for the Warriors. In his free time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and playing sports. After graduation, he plans to pursue a degree at Wallace State Community College as a Diesel Tech.

Michael is the son of Jeff and Stacey Frederick.

Shown here with Michael is Encore Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer Donna Chamblee.
 

Have a great Senior year, Michael!

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman
1701 Main Avenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama  35055 
256-775-3737
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Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the
Official Sports Medicine Provider
for the West Point High School Warriors and the
Alabama High School Athletic Association. 

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Kolton Sapp – 1,000 points!

Inaugural Cullman County Schools Media Day for Fall Sports – 2018

Swim for MS – 18,000 laps in one month!

Bridget Gallegos – Athlete of the Month for St. Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Bridget Gallegos is Athlete of the Month for St. Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman #EncoreRehab

Bridget Gallegos has been selected Athlete of the Month for St. Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

Bridget is a Junior and competes in Volleyball, Soccer, Bowling, and Basketball. She has been name Most Improved-Soccer and Most Goals Scored-Soccer. In her free time, Bridget enjoys a variety of interest including singing, dancing, cooking, hiking, and playing sports.

Bridget is the daughter of Griselda Perez and Horencio Gallegos.

Congratulations, Bridget! 

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1701 Main Avenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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Gavin Whaley-Athlete of the Month for St. Bernard Preparatory School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

AHSAA Cross Country Update – September 20, 2018

Kolton Sapp – 1,000 points!

Mississippi wins 2018 Alabama-Mississippi Football Classic

2018 Alabama-Mississippi Football Classic #EncoreRehab

MONTGOMERY – Mississippi’s All-Stars edged Alabama 24-20 Monday night to win for the first time in the 33-game football series at Cramton Bowl.

The Alabama-Mississippi Classic, a game sponsored by the AHSAA and administered by the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA) in conjunction with the Mississippi Association of Coaches (MAC), played its first 24 games from 1988 to 2010 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium and one game at Troy University. The game moved to Cramton Bowl in 2011 and began a rotation with Hattiesburg (MS) 2015.

Alabama, which holds a 22-10 edge in the series despite two losses in a row, won the first five games at Cramton Bowl and are 0-2 in games played in Mississippi.



For complete stats of the game, click here: 2018 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game[4]


Running back Jarod Conner of Hattiesburg rushed 18 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns to lead Mississippi to its first Cramton Bowl win. He moved from his running back position to quarterback in the second period and helped jump-start a sluggish offense that found its running game with the one-two punch of Conner and Tupelo’s Jaquerrious Williams. Conner scored the first two Mississippi touchdowns on runs of 2 and 6 yards and Williams finished with 94 yards on 20 carries and scored the final TD on a 13-yard run early in the fourth quarter. Conner was selected MVP for Mississippi, coached by Clarksdale’s Henry Johnson.

Alabama’s All-Stars, coached by Hoover’s Josh Niblett, moved the ball well on its first two possessions, but came away with only one score. The first drive stalled inside the 25 and a 41-yard field attempt by Hoover’s Will Reichard was wide to the left.

The defense got the ball back near midfield when Jackson defensive back Nehemiah Pritchett intercepted Oak Grove (MS) quarterback John Rhys Plumlee’s pass on the next series and return it 36 yards to the Mississippi 49.

Pinson Valley quarterback Bo Nix dazzled the fans with two pas connections with Hoover receiver George Pickens – the last one covering 13 yards for a touchdown to cap the 49-yard, six-play march. Reichard’s PAT made it 7-0 with 5:27 left in  the first quarter.

Mississippi recovered a fumble near midfield with 6:05 left in the half and took advantage late in the second period climaxing an 11-play, 44-yard drive that followed with Conner’s 2-yard TD run with 1:19 left in the half. Tucker Barefoot of Clinton tied the game with his PAT kick.

Conner capped a 75-yard, nine-play drive to start the second half with a 6-yard TD run, and  Williams extended the lead to 21-7 early in the fourth quarter with a 13-yard TD run.

Central-Phenix City’s Peter Parrish culminated a 12-play, 75-yard march midway through the final period with a 3-yard TD pass to tight end Michael Vice to cut the lead to 21-14.

Mississippi place-kicker Tucker Barefoot, who missed two field goals, nailed  43-yarder with 35 seconds left to extend the lead to 24-14. Alabama, however, wasn’t through. Pickens made a spectacular grab in the end zone for a 32-yard touchdown from Nix on the final play – capping a 75-yard drive in the final 35 seconds to close the game at 24-20.

Pickens earned MVP honors with nine catches for 155 yards and two touchdowns. The nine catches tied the Alabama-Mississippi series record for most catches in a game and the 155 yards set a new record.

Mississippi finished with 257 yards rushing and 133 passing for 390 total yards. Alabama had just 57 yards rushing but Parrish and Nix combined to complete 16-of-39 passes for 237 yards. Nix was 9-of-22 for 162 yards and two TDs, and Parrish was 7-of-17 for 75 yards and a score. Tre Ross of Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa caught two passes for 33 yards, Lanett’s Trikweze Bridges had two catches for 10 yards and Jackson-Olin’s A.J. Toney had a 28-yard reception. Amontae Spivey of Central-Phenix City led all Alabama rushers with 29 yards on seven carries.

Oxford linebacker Kendall McCallum led Alabama’s defense with 10 tackles, Pritchett had nine and Fultondale’s Ja’Len Sims and Jackson-Olin’s LaVonta Bentley had eight each. Horn Lake’s Nakobe Dean had eight stops for Mississippi.


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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2018 Alabama All-Star Football Roster for 32nd Alabama-Mississippi Game

Kim Jones -“like I can conquer the world” with Encore Rehabilitation-Phenix City

Dr. James Andrews and Encore Rehabilitation President Paul Henderson

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Nic Scucchi is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove

Nice Scucchi - Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove

We are proud to announce Nic Scucchi as the Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove!

Nic is a Senior at Oak Grove High School where he plays Baseball for the Warriors. Nic is the son of Audrey Cox.

Congratulations, Nic! We hope you have a fantastic Senior year!

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5266 Old Highway 11Suite 130
Hattiesburg, MS 39402
601-268-0208
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Sydney Dunkin is Athlete of the Month for Holly Pond High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Sydney Dunkin is Athlete of the Month for Holly Pond High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Congratulations to Volleyball athlete Sydney Dunkin, Athlete of the Month for Holly Pond High School and Encore Rehabilitation!

Sydney excels in Volleyball and has been named 2017 All-County and 2018 All-Area. She will continue her education at Wallace State after graduation. She enjoys hunting with her dad, painting, and hanging out with friends.

Sydney is the daughter of Eric and Laura Dunkin.

We wish you a great Senior year, Sydney!

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman
1701 Main Avenue, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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Job Opportunity-Receptionist at Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Caleb Lambert is Athlete of the Month for Holly Pond and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Inaugural Cullman County Schools Media Day for Fall Sports – 2018

Jeb Robinson is Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Jeb Robinson is Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman #EncoreRehab

Announcing Jeb Robinson as the Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

Jeb is a multi-sport athlete competing in Football and Track for the Bulldogs. He was awarded Offensive Line Captain in junior high. He enjoys hanging out with friends and playing football. After high school, he plans to pursue a degree at the University of Alabama.

Jeb is the son of Lynne and Mark Robinson.

Congratulations, Jeb, on being selected Athlete of the Month!

 

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman
1701 Main Avenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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Rehabilitation-Cullman on Facebook by clicking here

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Timothy Trussell – Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman speaks to Autism and Special Needs Support Group

Inaugural Cullman County Schools Media Day for Fall Sports – 2018

2018 State Swimming and Diving Championship Winners

2018 AHSAA Sate Swimming and diving championships - Auburn University, Dec


AUBURN – UMS-Wright High School’s girls captured the AHSAA Class 1A-5A State Swimming championship and Westminster Christian captured the Class 6A-7A girls’ state crown Saturday, December 1st, as the 2018 State Swimming and Diving Championships concluded at James E. Martin Aquatic Center on the Auburn University campus Saturday.

Boaz and T.R. Miller tied with 161 points each to share the Class 1A-5A boys’ state title, and Huntsville captured the Class 6A-7A championship for the third year in a row.

UMS-Wright totaled 285 points to claim the first girls swimming crown since 1997. Whitesburg Christian was second with 209 points and Scottsboro was third at 149. Madison Academy finished fourth with 130 points and Briarwood Christian was fifth with 106.

In the girls’ Class 6A-7A competition, Westminster Christian posted 265 points to win its thirst consecutive crown. The Wildcats won the Class 1A-5A state championship in 2016 and 2017 but moved up to Class 6A-7A this season.  Spanish Fort finished second with 198 points, followed by Grissom (163), James Clemens (162) and defending champion Auburn (150) to round out the top five finishers.

The 1A-5A boys’ state championship was the first for Boaz and T.R. Miller. St. Michael Catholic was third with 149 points, Jasper was fourth (140.50) and Scottsboro (122) finished fifth. Huntsville totaled 309 points to win the 6A-7A boys’ state title. The championship was the Panthers’ 15th overall, tying the state record set by Grissom from 1984-1999. Huntsville has also won the AHSAA crown five times in the last seven years. Daphne was second with 262 points, Auburn was third with 216, followed by Spain Park (179) and Davidson (164).


Several records fell in AHSAA’s 59th State Championships in the 6A-7A division but no records fell in the 1A-5A division. Among them:

Class 6A-7A Boys
200-Yard Medley Relay:
Daphne set a Class 6A-7A record in the prelims clocking 1:35.81 and then topped that mark in the finals with a 1:1:35.07. The team was comprised of senior Will Robinson, junior Trey Sheils, senior Graham Jenkins and senior Tyler Bailey.
100-Yard Breaststroke: Daphne’s Sheils set a new all-time record in the prelims swimming a 55.39 time, and he then topped that mark in the finals with a 55.34.
50-Yard Freestyle: Wen Zheng of Northview broke the record he set as a sophomore in 2016 (20.56) with a 20.47 time in Saturday’s finals.
100-Yard Freestyle: Zhang also broke the 6A-7A record (44.78) he set in 2016 with a winning time of 44.24 in Saturday’s finals.
500-Yard Freestyle: Spain Park junior Ward Lockhart set the 6A-7A record with a 4:37.02 time in the prelims. He won the finals by breaking that mark clocking 4:36.87.


Class 6A-7A Girls
200-Yard Freestyle:
Sophomore Rebekah Hamilton of Westminster Christian swam the distance in 1:49.45 to set the mark for 6A-7A. She set the 1A-5A division record (1:50.35) in 2016 and now holds both marks.
200-Yard IM: Letitia Sim, a sophomore from Spanish Fort, set a new Class 6A-7A and record with a 2:01.64 time. Mallory Underwood of Athens set the record previously with a 2:03.60 time in the 2016 state meet.
100-Yard Breaststroke: Sim set her second record of the 2018 meet with a 1:01.64 time in the breaststroke race. The old mark (1:02.13) was set by Megan Molnar of Auburn in 2010.
50-Yard Freestyle: Sophomore Eboni McCarty of Westminster Christian set a record (22.86) in the prelims Friday and topped that mark in the finals swimming a 22:81 time.
100-Yard Freestyle: McCarty clocked 50.41 seconds to set a new mark in the 6A-7A division.

Complete results can be found at:
http://www.ahsaa.com/Portals/0/Sports/Swimming/2018/final%20results.pdf?ver=2018-12-01-205340-890


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 Super 7 Pairings & Round 4 Results

Meet Doug Ganassi, ATC, CSCS, with Encore Rehabilitation-Phenix City

Woody Brown – “I recommend them completely”

Luke Barnwell is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Russellville

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Congratulations to Luke Barnwell, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Russellville!

Luke is a Sophomore who competes in Football, Basketball, and Baseball for the Bobcats and has been named Alfa Player of the Week. His interests outside of sports include being outdoors, hunting, and fishing. After high school, he plans to pursue a degree in the medical field.

Luke is the son of Kevin and Jacqueline Barnwell.

Way to go, Luke!

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15041 Highway 43
Russellville, Alabama 35653
256-331-0070
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Encore Rehabilitation Physical Therapists attend McKenzie Method Course

AHSAA Football Playoffs-Round 4 Pairings and Round 3 Scores

Woody Brown – “I recommend them completely”

Dayne Black is Athlete of the Month for Fairview High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Dayne Black is Athlete of the Month for Fairview High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman #EncoreRehab

A big shoutout to Dayne Black! He is the Athlete of the Month for Fairview High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

Dayne is a Senior at Fairview where he plays Football and Baseball for the Aggies. He has been selected All-County in both sports, as well as Offensive MVP in both sports. Dayne was also named Clutch Athlete of the Year. He would like to continue playing sports in college as he pursues his degree. In his free time, he enjoys sports, riding horses, and playing with his nephew.

Dayne is the son of Jason and Shannon Black.

Congratulations, Dayne! Have a wonderful Senior year!

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1701 Main Avenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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Inaugural Cullman County Schools Media Day for Fall Sports – 2018

AHSAA Football Playoffs-Round 4 Pairings and Round 3 Scores

Bijou Phillips – Athlete of the Month for Good Hope High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman