Harrelson, Rodgers earn honors

From left, Chris Rodgers, Rhett Harrelson and Lauren Rodgers attended the AHSAA Coaches Championship banquet where Harrelson was recognized as the head coach of the 7A state champion boys basketball team and Lauren Rodgers received a scholarship from AHSADCA.

The 26th annual AHSAA Championship Coaches banquet sponsored by the AHSADCA closed out the 2022 AHSAA Summer Conference Friday, July 22, at the Montgomery Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center by recognizing 95 member-school head coaches who led their teams to 114 AHSAA state titles during the 2021-22 school year – the 100th year of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) as an organization.

Coach Rhett Harrelson received a plaque for leading the 2021-2022 boys basketball team at Enterprise High School to its first 7A state championship. Harrelson also led the 2020-2021 team to a state runner-up finish.

The AHSADCA also presented its annual Coaches’ Children Scholarships to 10 senior student-athletes of AHSADCA member coaches or administrators. This year’s 2021-22 recipients included Lauren A. Rodgers of Enterprise High School. Lauren is the daughter of EHS track coach Chris Rodgers and Christina Rodgers, a teacher at Rucker Boulevard Elementary School.

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