Montgomery

Orlando Whatley is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Encore Rehabilitation Physical Therapist Sy Banks with Orlando Whatley, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Congratulations to Orlando Whatley! He is the Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East!

Orlando is a Senior at Montgomery Catholic where he competes in Football and Track for the Knights.  He is the son of Yvette Thompson.

Orlando is pictured here with Encore Rehabilitation Physical Therapists Sy Banks.

We are proud of you, Orlando, and wish you a great Senior year!

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School as well as numerous colleges and high schools across Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. We LOVE to see you move!

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East
2562 Eastern Boulevard
Montgmery, Alabama 36117
334-523-8805
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Meet Kimmie Gillock, LPTA, with Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East!

Mary Mooneyham- Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Meet Physical Therapist Sy Banks

Meet Kimmie Gillock, LPTA, with Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East!

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East is pleased to welcome Physical Therapist Assistant Kimmie Gillock! #EncoreRehab

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East is pleased to introduce Kimmie Gillock, LPTA!

Kimmie received her Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant degree from South University. She has three years of experience in Physical Therapy. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Auburn University and played softball  while attending Central Alabama Community College.

In her free time, Kimmie and her fiancé, Derick, enjoy hunting, fishing, fitness, and exercising.

Welcome to Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery, Kimmie! We are glad you are here!

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East
2562 Eastern Boulevard
Montgomery, Alabama 36117
334-523-8805
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Danielle Greene is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Trip Garner, PT, ATC, becomes Regional Director in Montgomery & Andalusia, AL

Mary Mooneyham- Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Trip Garner, PT, ATC, becomes Regional Director in Montgomery & Andalusia, AL

Trip Garner, PT, ATC, becomes Regional Director in Montgomery, Alabama area

Encore Rehabilitation, Inc. is proud to announce Trip Garner, PT, ATC, as our new Regional Director in the Montgomery and Andalusia, Alabama areas!

Trip has been a practicing Clinician for 28 years and has been with Encore Rehabilitation for one year. He received his Physical Therapy degree from Georgia State University and his Master of Business Administration from Auburn University-Montgomery. In addition to being a licensed Physical Therapist, Trip is also a Certified Athletic Trainer with 20 years of experience.  He is also the Regional Director for Auburn, Opelika, Phenix City, Reeltown, and Eufaula.

Trip and his wife, Tamera, are the parents of three children and reside in Opelika, Alabama.

Congratulations, Trip!

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East
2562 Eastern Boulevard
Montgomery, Alabama 36117
334-523-8805
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Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road
9427 Vaughn Road, Suite A
Pike Road, Alabama 36064
334-523-8999
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Encore Rehabilitation-Prattville
1976 Fairview Avenue
Prattville, Alabama 36066
334-310-1721
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Andalusia Health Physical Therapy with Encore Rehabilitation
125 Medical Park Drive, Suite 106
Andalusia, Alabama
334-428-7040
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For a complete listing of Encore Rehabilitation Clinics, visit our website at encorerehab.com


James Thrift – “On My Way to Recover”

Cindy Thompson is Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika

Marlette McMahan – From Wheelchair to Walking!

Nia White – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road

Nia White – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road

Nia White is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road #EncoreRehabCongratulations to Nia White, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road!

Nia is a Senior at Pike Road High School where she competes in Track and Field for the Patriots.  She has been awarded State Runner-up 100m, State Long Jump 3rd place, and All-Metro Girls Honorable Mention. She plans to attend The University of Alabama and then medical school at The University of Alabama-Birmingham.

Nia is the daughter of Catrina and Conrad Pringle.

Pictured are Nia White and Alabama State University Student Physical Therapist Jeremy Deneve. Jeremy is currently doing clinical work at Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road.

Encores Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Pike Road Patriots!

Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road
9427 Vaughn Road, Suite A
Pike Road, Alabama 36064
334-523-8999
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Welcome to Student Physical Therapist Jeremy Deneve!

Pike Road Crawfish Boil 2019

Encore Rehabilitation-Pike Road under the lights!

Meet Physical Therapist Sy Banks


Welcome to Sy Bank, PT, DPT, to Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East! #EncoreRehab

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East would like to introduce you to Sy Banks, PT, DPT!
Sy is a Montgomery native and graduate from Alabama State University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from Faulkner University.  Sy has been a practicing clinician for two years and has a special interest in working with athletes and active individuals.
Sy and his wife Lora-Emily have two children.  He and his family enjoy spending time outside together, staying active, and spending time with friends and family.
Welcome to the Encore Rehabilitation Family, Sy!
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2562 Eastern Boulevard
Montgmery, Alabama 36117
334-523-8805
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Mary Mooneyham- Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Mary Mooneyham is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East #EncoreRehab

Like a boss!  That’s how Mary Martin Mooneyham rocked PT, and why she has been chosen as Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East!

Mary is a Womens Soccer Athlete at Alabama State University.  She has a history of low back pain. When the pain returned last spring, Mary and her Certified Athletic Trainer, Jackie Smith, knew it was time to seek further evaluation.  Mary was referred for medical evaluation and then Physical Therapy at Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East.

Mary did everything that she was asked to do and even showed up early to her appointments! When it came time to get stronger to return to her sport, she really showed out and did an awesome job!

Great job, Mary! We can’t wait to see you back on the field for ASU! 

Mary is pictured with Clinic Director Jeff Cotten, PTA, ATC, CES, LMT.

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the  Alabama State University Hornets as well as numerous colleges and high schools across Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi. We LOVE to see you move!

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East
2562 Eastern Boulevard
Montgmery, Alabama 36117
334-523-8805
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Danielle Greene is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Meet Jeff Cotten, LPTA, ATC, CES, LMT Clinic Director with Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Abe Abrams – Fishing Again!

Danielle Greene is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Danielle Greene is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East #EncoreRehab

The Encore Rehabilitation Montgomery-East Clinic would like to congratulate Danielle Greene for being named our Athlete of the Month!

Danielle attends Saint James School where she plays both Basketball and Volleyball.  Danielle works hard on and off the court to be the best athlete she can be. We are very proud to have her as our Athlete of the Month.

Danielle is pictured here with Clinic Director Jeff Cotten, PTA, ATC, CES, LMT and Sy Banks, PT.

Great job, Danielle!

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for
the Saint James Trojans as well as numerous high schools and colleges
across Alabama and Mississippi. We LOVE to see you move!

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East
2562 Eastern Blvd.
Montgomery, AL 36117
334-523-8805
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Meet Jeff Cotten, LPTA, ATC, CES, LMT Clinic Director with Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Career Opportunities with Encore Rehabilitation, Inc.

2019 Encore-Uhler Sports Medicine Symposium set for July 12-14, 2019 in Orange Beach, Alabama

Chuck Jensen – More movement & great care!

AHSAA Champions Challenge changed to AHSAA Kickoff Classic

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Two Games set for 14th annual Season-opening Event
AHSAA Champions Challenge is now the AHSAA Kickoff Classic
      MONTGOMERY – The AHSAA Champions Challenge Football Classic will have a new name, “The AHSAA Kickoff Classic,” when it kicks off the 2019 prep football season at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl August 22-23, and it also has two exciting games set for 2019.

Montgomery rivals Jeff Davis and Carver-Montgomery will play on Thursday night, August 22, in the first game of the 14th annual football extravaganza. Defending Class 7A state football champion Central-Phenix City and perennial powerhouse Hoover will tangle in Friday’s game on August 23. Both games kick off at 7 p.m., and will be live-streamed over the NFHS Network.

”We are excited about new name of this important event and equally excited about the two games we have set,” said Alabama High School Athletic Directs & Coaches Association (AHSADCA) Director Jamie Lee. “The Champions Challenge has been the “official” start of the AHSAA football season for more the last 13 years. The new name for the event, the AHSAA Kickoff Classic, aptly describes the importance of these games.”

Lee said while the name has been changed from the Champions Challenge, the event will continue to be an ideal way to start prep football season.

“The Kickoff Classic will showcase one of the state’s top rivalries, Jeff Davis versus Carver-Montgomery, on Thursday,” he said. “And on Friday night, two of our premiere 7A programs will battle when Hoover and Central-Phenix City play.  The field will be full of future college talent both nights and will be a great way to kick off our season. We are thankful to all of these programs for committing to this year’s AHSAA Kickoff Classic, and we look forward to watching all of our teams in the AHSAA compete during the season.”

Central (14-0) and Hoover (9-4) will be meeting for the second time in the season-opening classic. The Bucs won 23-7 in the 2016 Classic on the way to a 12-2 season and its 11th state title later that season. The Bucs also won the state crown in 2017.

The Red Devils of Coach Jamey DuBose are coming off a 14-0 season, including a 52-7 win over 2018 Champions Challenge winner Thompson in the Class 7A Super 7 state championship game at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Thompson beat Hoover in the 7A semifinals in 2018.

Central is making its second appearance in the AHSAA Kickoff Classic. Hoover is 3-0 in three previous Classic appearances. DuBose (125-38) and Hoover Coach Josh Niblett (203-52) have squared off in the state finals three times when DuBose was head coach at Prattville. His Lions won in 2008 and 2011 and Niblett’s Bucs in 2009. The two faced each other again in the 2013 Class 6A quarterfinals with Hoover edging DuBose’s Florence squad 22-21. Central and Hoover have played twice (1978 and 1996) with the Bucs winning both times.

Carver (8-3) and Jeff Davis (3-7) are meeting for the 51st time in the Montgomery rivalry. Coach James Thompson (39-14), now in his second year as head coach, made great strides with Carver (8-3) in 2018. He came to the Wolverines from Pickens County where he compiled a 31-11 record and reached the 1A stat finals two year in a row. The Wolverines reached the Class 6A state playoffs last season with a rugged battle for the Region 2 title evolving between arch-rivals Carver, Sidney Lanier and Park Crossing.

Jeff Davis, coached by Lee Carter, started last season with four straight setbacks but went 3-3 the rest of the year. That momentum has the Vols excited about 2019. Carter is 26-37 at Jeff Davis in six seasons with three state playoff appearances.  Jeff Davis holds a 36-14 edge in its series with Carver, including winning three of the last four years. Thompson’s tenure with the Wolverines began last year with a season-opening 19-3 win over the Vols to snap a three-game DJ winning streak.

A total of 52 different schools have participated in the AHSAA’s season-opening classic since its inception in 2006 with teams from each of the eight districts and seven classifications taking part over the years. Carver is making its fourth appearance while Jeff Davis is making its AHSAA Kickoff Classic debut.

The games will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and broadcast by the AHSAA Radio Network.

AHSAA KICKOFF CLASSIC /
CHAMPIONS CHALLENGE HISTORY

2018
Clarke County 20, Sweet Water 14
Thompson 38, James Clemens 7
2017
Hewitt-Trussville 49, Pell City 10
Maplesville 20, Fyffe 7
2016
Andalusia 34, Brooks 13
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 42, Demopolis 7
Hoover 23, Central-Phenix City 7
2015
Bob Jones 37, Carver-Montgomery 30
Gordo 28, Glencoe 21
Madison Academy 19, Leeds 14
2014
Spanish Fort 42, Stanhope Elmore 14
Opelika 20, Carver-Montgomery 16
Dadeville 14, Piedmont 8
2013

Benjamin Russell 28, Walker 14
Straughn 35, Walter Wellborn 26
Bob Jones 23, Enterprise 20
2012
Spanish Fort 33, Muscle Shoals 22
Central of Clay County 25, Beauregard 13
McGill-Toolen 27, Northridge 0
2011
Hueytown 36, Thomasville 27
Hamilton 38, Sweet Water 35
Daphne 24, Clay-Chalkville 21

2010
Opelika 34, Greenville 6
Auburn 30, Spain Park 3
Jackson 30, Trinity 8

2009
Prattville 37, Carver-Montgomery 0
T.R. Miller 27, Leeds 7
Hoover 32, Oxford 27

2008
Prattville vs. Oxford, canceled due to inclement weather

2007
Prattville 36, North Gwinnett, Ga. 3

2006
Hoover 38, UMS-Wright 0
Clay-County 41, Addison 6

ALL TIME RECORDS (2006 – 2018)

SCHOOL                               DIS.    CL.     W-L    PTS   OPP
Hoover                      D-5      7A       3-0       93        34
Bob Jones                            D-8      7A       2-0       60        50
Opelika                              D-4      6A       2-0       54        22
Spanish Fort                         D-1      6A       2-0       75        36
Andalusia                              D-2      4A       1-0       34        13
Auburn                                  D-4      7A       1-0       30          3
Benjamin Russell                 D-4      6A       1-0       28        14
Central, Clay County**       D-6      5A       1-0       25        13
Clarke County                      D-1      4A       1-0       20        14
Clay County**                      D-6      3A       1-0       41          6
Dadeville                              D-4      4A       1-0       14          8
Daphne                                 D-1      6A       1-0       24        21
Gordo                                    D-7      3A       1-0       28        21
Hamilton                              D-7      4A       1-0       38        35
Hewitt-Trussville                D-5      7A       1-0       49        10

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa            D-5      6A       1-0       42          7

Hueytown                              D-5      5A       1-0       36        27
Jackson                                   D-1      5A       1-0       30          8
Madison Academy                D-8      3A       1-0       19        14
Maplesville                            D-3      1A       1-0       20          7
McGill-Toolen Catholic        D-1      7A       1-0       27          0
Prattville*                              D-3      7A       1-0       36          3
Straughn                                D-2      3A       1-0       35        26
Thompson                             D-5      7A       1-0       38          7
T.R. Miller                              D-1      3A       1-0       27          7
Addison                                 D-7      1A       0-1         6        41
Beauregard                           D-4      5A       0-1       13        25
Brooks                                    D-7      4A       0-1       13        34
Central, Phenix City            D-4      7A       0-1         7        23
Clay-Chalkville                     D-5      6A       0-1       21        24
Demopolis                             D-3      5A       0-1         7        42
Enterprise                             D-2      7A       0-1       20        23
Fyffe                                       D-8      1A       0-1         7        20

Glencoe                                   D-6      3A       0-1       21        28
Greenville                               D-2      5A       0-1         6        34
James Clemens                       D-8      7A       0-1         7        38
Muscle Shoals                        D-7      6A       0-1       22        33
North Gwinnett, GA           GA      7A       0-1         3        36
Northridge                             D-5      6A       0-1         0        27
Oxford                                    D-6      6A       0-1       27        32
Piedmont                               D-6      3A       0-1         8        14
Pell City                                  D-6      6A       0-1       10        49
Spain Park                             D-5      7A       0-1         3        30
Stanhope Elmore                  D-4      6A       0-1       14        42
Thomasville                           D-3      4A       0-1       27        36
Trinity Presbyterian             D-3      4A       0-1         8        30
UMS-Wright                           D-1      4A       0-1         0        38
Walker                                    D-5      5A       0-1       14        28
Walter Wellborn                   D-6      3A       0-1       26        35
Carver-Montgomery            D-3      6A       0-2       46        94
Leeds                                      D-5      4A       0-2       21        46
Sweet Water                          D-3      1A       0-2       49        58
TOTAL                                                        31-31     949      949     

*-Scheduled to play in 2008 but cancelled due to inclement weather
**-Clay County merged with Lineville in 2012 to form Central, Clay County

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Alabama High School Athletic Association as well as
numerous high schools and colleges across Alabama and Mississippi!

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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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AHSAA Cross Country Update – September 25, 2018

AHSAA Cross Country Update

AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight for Week 5
McKenzie Hogue Runs Fastest Time of 2018 to Beat a Field of 292 at Scottsboro Classic
MONTGOMERY – Thompson High School senior McKenzie Hogue turned in the fastest 5,000-meter time of the 2018 AHSAA cross country season last weekend winning the prestigious Scottsboro Classic Invitational girls’ Class 5A/7A championship race with a time of 18:13.66. The impressive victory earned the Thompson runner this week’s AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight.
A field of 292 girls competed in the race held at the John R. Esslinger Trail, aptly named for the legendary former Scottsboro High School track and cross country coach who was inducted into the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame in 2010 and the Madison County Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.
Hogue, who was the only runner to earn www.alabamarunners.com Golf Elite Status at the Classic, trimmed 50 seconds off her 2017 time that earned her runner-up. She captured two firsts in the Class 7A 1,600 and 3,200 meters at the 2018 AHSAA Indoor and Outdoor State Track Championships last school year as a junior and was second to McGill-Toolen Catholic senior Grace Jensen at the 2017 AHSAA Class 7A State Cross Country Championships. Hogue clocked her best overall time in that race (18:12.57) and was only a second off that time last weekend.
Junior Lily Hulsey of Mountain Brook was second at 19:03.27 and Huntsville senior Abby Weitenbeck third with a 19:04.33 finish. The Spartans won the girls’ team title in the 5A/7A division with 29 points.  Homewood was second with Huntsville third with 118 points in the 25-team field.
Rogers junior Jaycee Biffle crossed the finish line in 21:28.44 to win the Class 1A/4A division title in the field of 156 runners. In all, 448 girls’ runners competed in the Scottsboro Classic.
The boys’ Class 5A/7A race that featured 441 participants came down to just three as Will Pinson of Huntsville edged Hunter Harwell of Mountain Brook and Sam Moultrie of Guntersville to win the race. Only five seconds separated the trio.Pinson, a freshman, clocked 15:52.38 and Harwell, a senior, crossed the finish line at 15:55.60. Moultrie, a junior, came in at 15:57.63.
Huntsville emerged as the team champion with 39 points. Host Scottsboro was second with 84 and Mountain Brook third with 124.
Westbrook Christian senior Mitchell Cook beat a field of 185 in the Class 1A/4A division with a winning time of 17:18.30. Raleigh Stamps of Rogers was second at 17:31.29, and Cook’s Westbrook teammate Jonah Morris third clocking 17:44.96.  Pleasant Valley won the team competition with five runners finishing in the top 24. The Raiders had 71 points, Ohatchee was second with 107 and Westbrook third with 112.
In other performances reported, thanks to www.alabamarunners.com and www.xpresstiming.com:

GIRLS
PRESLEY MILES, SAINT JAMES: The sophomore from Montgomery clocked 18 :42.91 to win the TCBY Invitational cross country championship 1A/4A division race held at Munny Sokol Park in Tuscaloosa.  American Christian senior Isabella Lovvorn was second. Cold Springs won the team title with 52 points while American Christian and Saint James tied for second with 55 points each. Fifty-nine runners and seven teams competed.
HALEY STALLWORTH, HOOVER: Captured first place in the TCBY Large-School (5A/7A) competition of 98 participants at the TCBY Invitational at Tuscaloosa’s Munny Sokol Park with a time of 21:01.23. The senior set the pace as four Bucs runners crossed in the first six finishers. Sophomore Alyssa Halcomb was second with a 21:28 .022 time. Hoover totaled 24 points to claim the team championship with Cullman second with 43 points.
SAMANTHA ROGERS, AUBURN: The junior crossed the finish line first with a winning time of 19:23.22 to win the Central Alabama Cross Country Invitational varsity girls’ race hosted by Montgomery Catholic High School at Montgomery’s Gateway Park. The Lady Tigers posted a perfect team score of 15 points placing runners in the first five finishers. Harper McGowan was second for Auburn at 19:39.02. All five girls clocked 20:00.10 or faster. Montgomery Catholic took second with 62 points. Senior Amaris Tyynismaa, who holds the all-time state record for girls’ cross country (17.03), did not compete in the field of 71 runners.
TIMBERLY TOMLIN, CENTRAL-CLAY COUNTY: Clocked 25.47.2 to finish second individually and helped the Volunteers win their own Volunteer Spirit Classic meet at Lineville. Central scored 57 points and runner-up Randolph County had 71.
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JONATHAN JENKINS, BEAUREGARD: The senior finished first at the Spencer (GA) Invitational held at Columbus (GA) with a time of 16:27.28. Teammate Joseph Perrella, a junior, was ninth with a 17:56.21 time, and Valley junior Dylan Landreth clocked 17:56.42 to finish 10th among the field of 72 runners. Valley took third place with 98 points finishing behind Georgia schools Brookstone (38) and Harris County (66). Beauregard was fourth with 130.
EVAN ROGERS, AUBURN: Ran the 5,000-meter course at Montgomery’s Gateway Park in 16:37.24 to take first place in the field of 119 runners at the Central Alabama Cross Country Invitational hosted by:14.64) finished third and fourth, respectively, as Hoover posted 22 points. Cullman junior Montgomery Catholic High School. Faith Academy’s Myles Stoots was second with a 16:40.42 time.  Auburn won the team title with 43 points.
WILL COUCH, HOOVER: Beat a field of 155 runners in the 5A/7A division with a winning time of 16:53.93 to lead the Bucs to the team championship of the TCBY Invitational meet held at Tuscaloosa’s Munny Sokol Park. Teammates Drew Kilgore (17:05.27) and Lane Tincher (17Will Thompson finished second overall clocking 16:58.90 to lead the Bearcats to second place with 88 points.
ASHER DESAI, ALTAMONT: The senior helped the Knights to the TCBY Invitational 1A/4A runner-up finish with a winning time of 17:26.39. Cold Springs won the team title with 42 points and Altamont had 43. Fellow seniors James Dixon and Spencer Skidmore crossed second and third, and Cold Springs junior Seth Walker was fourth in the field of 110 runners to pace the winning Eagles.
JAYLON HUDSON, LINCOLN: Won the boys’ 5,000-meter race at the Volunteer Spirit Classic meet at Lineville with a time of 18:14.6. Lincoln posted 39 points to win the team title as well. Host Central-Clay County was second with 57 points. Top finisher for Central was Ronald Piedra in third place.


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