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Fayetteville High (TN) Tigers are the 2020 1A State Football Champions!

#EncoreSportsMedicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Fayetteville TN Tigers, the 2020 1A State Football Champions!

Tennessee 2020 1A State Football Champions-Fayetteville Tigers! 🏆🏆🏆 Congratulations!

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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:

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Lexie Childers – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton

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Meet Lexie Childers, this month’s Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton! 

Lexie is a Junior at Hamilton High School where she excels in both Softball (#22) and Basketball (#23). This is her third year playing Varsity for the Aggies.

Lexie’s list of sports accomplishments includes: 2017 All WAC Softball; 2017 Most Improved-Softball; 2017 Most Steals-Basketball; and 2018 All Marion County Basketball. She is also a State Champion with the Dirty Diamonds Softball Team.

Her future plans include pursing a career as a Nurse Practitioner or Veterinarian. Lexie is the daughter of Stephanie and Jamie Childers.

Congratulations, Lexie!

CLASS 7A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Hoover 17, McGill-Toolen Catholic 7.


    AUBURN – Hoover High School’s last defensive series of the Super 7 Class 7A state championship game Wednesday night  was perhaps the best series of the 2016 season.
Three straight sacks on second, third and fourth down left defending state champion McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-1) some 36 yards shy of a first down and closed the final chapter on the Bucs’ 17-7 victory and the 12th state title in school history.
The Super 7 Championships continue Thursday at Jordan-Hare Stadium with defending state champion Piedmont (14-0) facing Mobile Christian (13-1) in the 3A title game at 11 a.m., followed by defending state champion Maplesville (13-0) vs. Pickens County (11-3) in the 1A finals at 3 p.m. Beauregard (12-1) and Wenonah (11-2) close out Thursday’s schedule with the 5A finals at 7 p.m. All games are being televised live over the Raycom Media Network. Go for more details. Tickets are also available at
Led by 2016 7A Championship Game MVP Kholbe Coleman, Hoover (12-2) finished the night with nine sacks and 82 lost yards for the Yellow Jackets’ talented offense.  Coleman finished with eight tackles, one sack for a 15-yard loss and 3.5 tackles resulting in 23 negative McGill-Toolen yards. Coach Caleb Ross’s Jackets finished with minus-43 yards rushing on the night.  Quarterback Bubba Thompson was 26-of-39 passing for 280 yards but finished with a negative 58 yards rushing on 16 carries.
The Hoover offense was solid – building a first-half 10-0 lead on junior place-kicker Barret Pickering’s 42-yard field goal late in the first quarter and C.J. Sturdivant’s 2-yard TD run midway through the second period.  The kick was the 19th field goal of the season for Pickering, a Hoover school record.
Sturdivant, who finished with a game-high 96 yards rushing on 16 carries, dashed 37 yards with 8:50 left in the third quarter for his second touchdown of the night to give Hoover a 17-0 lead.
McGill-Toolen clawed back, however. Thompson connected with Jalen Tolbert with 4:13 remaining for a 30-yard TD pass to cap a 10-play, 80-yard march. Tolbert finished with four catches for 60 yards.  Hoover got the onside kick, and then turned to its defense to seal the win.
Hoover defensive end Christon Taylor added three sacks and six tackles and Ben Abercrombie had nine stops. Jayden Jordan also had a key interception.
McGill-Toolen, which saw its 22-game winning streak come to an end, got a strong defensive effort Carlton Martial. The linebacker had 11 solo tackles and six assists for 17 total stops. Receiver Trey Roberson also had six catches for 78 yards, and Larry Rembert, five catches for 51 yards.
Hoover has won 10 state titles in the last 16 seasons.

Clanton Athlete of the Month, Eian Headley and the Central Alabama Crush 10U State Champions!

Congratulations to Eian Headley and the Central Alabama Crush 10U state Champions from Clanton, AL!  Eian Headley will be 11 on June 22nd and has 6 home runs this season. Last year, Eian was picked as MVP and attended the All-Star World Series where he won the Home Run Derby in his age division. His older brother and sister, who also play baseball and softball, have been his mentors and both work with him on the side. Eian and the team have been playing baseball together since they were 5 years old, and are headed to the World Series in Panama City Beach, FL June 23-27th. The coaches of team are Head Coach: Jeff Green, Asst Coach: Oliver Headley, Jeremy Baker, Chris Miller, and Jamey McCauley.

Eian Headley

Eian Headley

Central Alabama Crush 10U State Champions

Central Alabama Crush 10U State Champions

Encore Athletes at the AHSAA State Track Meet: May 2-3, 2014

Congratulations to all the team and individual, State Champions at the 2014 AHSAA State Meet last weekend! There was a lot of hard work and dedication put into this season’s track teams and it definitely showed. We are proud to be a sponsor for AHSAA events such as these! We love to see athletes perform their best!

Congratulations to the Hoover High School Men’s and Women’s Track and Field team on their 6A State Championship Title!

Hoover girls



Congratulations to the Homewood High School Men’s and Women’s Track and Field team on their 5A State Championship Title!

Congratulations to the UMS-Wright Boys Track and Field Team on their 4A State Championship Title!

Congratulations to Mobile Christian Men’s Track and Field Team on their 2A State Championship Title! MObile Christian2

Mobile Christian 3

Mobile Christian

Congratulations to Falkville High School Men’s Track and Field Team on their 1A State Championship!

Falkville boys