What's happening in the Sound Garden at Coach's Corner this weekend and remember it is ALL SPORTS ALL THE TIME!


They were at Coach's Corner last April and they'll be here TOMORROW night! Do you have your Drivin N Cryin tix yet?


Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week – Memorial Day School senior Baseball Player Chris Grubbs 03.11.2017


Chris, a 6' 5" new edition to Memorial Day School athletics, plays first base, outfield, and pitcher. Grubbs had a night to remember as he went 3 for 4 at the plate with a grand slam and 10 RBIs to lead Memorial Day to victory over Robert Toombs Christian 15-7 on March 10, 2017. Then on March 13, Chris, continued being hot at the plate going 3 for 3 with a pair of homers, including another grand slam, a double and seven RBI to help the Matadors to a 20-3 win over visiting Twiggs Academy. Listen to his podcast from March 11th and congratulations again to Chris.



In case you missed ESPN Savannah 104.3 & AM 1400 Major League Baseball (MLB) Opening Day Countdown Show. Here is the podcast. So, who's going home with Major League Baseball baseball's biggest honors? ESPN Savannah 104.3 & AM 1400 on-air personalities, The Coach from The Karl DeMasi Sports Report, Karl DeMasi, and the host of ESPN Savannah 104.3 & AM 1400 Fantasyfootball Sunday, Kyle Lawson, give you their insight and predictions of the 2017 MLB season. This show aired live on April 2nd, 2017 at The World of Beers Savannah.


Findout what's happening at Coach's Corner this weekend and remember it is ALL SPORTS ALL THE TIME!


Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week – Savannah Christian senior baseball Player Zach Brockman

Zach, a senior pitcher at Savannah Christian Prep, batted .571 in three games to help the Raiders extended their eight game-winning streak. On the season, Brockman is hitting .414 with 3 doubles, 1 triple, and 4 runs batted in, in seven games. On the pitching mound, Zach is continuing where he left off last season. Brockman has a 2-0 record in three starts, 31 strikeouts in 21 innings pitched, and an earned run average of 0.66.

Zach, last year was named the Region 3-A (East) pitcher of the year after posting an 11-2 record with a 2.05 ERA. Brockman at the plate hit .433 with a .513 on-base percentage, had 25 RBIs, scored 31 runs, and stole 15 bases in 16 attempts. Besides being a 3-A All-Region selection for the past two seasons, he was also a Greater Savannah All City 1st Team Basbeall player selected by the Savannah Morning News. In November, Zach  signed a National Letter Intent to continue his baseball career at Liberty University in Lynchburg Virginia.



The Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week – Sol C. Johnson High School junior Basketball Player Sy'Marieona Williams

Sy’Marieona, a 5' 1" junior guard at Sol C. Johnson High School, hit back to back 3-pointers to start out the fourth quarter in Johnson’s 3A region title win over rival Beach on February 10th.  Johnson was leading 39 - 37 when Williams hit those two big three pointers to give the Lady Atomsmashers a lead they never relinquished. Sy’Marieona finished the game with 17 points.

Williams also reached a high school basketball milestone on January 20th, scoring her 1000th career point in a win over Southeast Bulloch. Another key fact about Williams she won the Most Valuable Player for the Lady Atomsmashers as a freshman.



Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week – Richmond Hill High School junior Taylor Wilson 

Taylor, a junior wrestler at Richmond Hill High School, won the Georgia High School State Association Class 6A 182-pound weight classification on February 10th in Macon. Wilson had to wrestle rival wrestler Brantley Emanuel from Effingham County High. Taylor won the match 5-0 to capture the gold medal.

On the season, Wilson has 45-3 record. Taylor did not take up the sport of wrestling until he was an eighth grader. “I tried other sports but I was not thrilled. I started wrestling and enjoyed it was a one on one sport,” said Wilson. “It’s a dream come true, and it will be a challenge to be the best wrestler next year again. I look forward to it.”



The Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week – Savannah Country Day Senior Swimmer Brennan Pastorek  

Brennan, a senior at Savannah Country Day School, swam to two state titles on February 3rd at the Georgia High School State Association Diving and Swimming Championships at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.

Pastorek, who signed in a National Letter of Intent in November to swim at Stanford University. Stanford is considered one of the top NCAA Division I College swim programs in the USA. Brennan swam in the Class 1A-5A meet. Pastorek, captured the gold medal in the 200-yard Individual Medley with a time of 1:46:06 and then another gold medal in the 100 freestyle race in a time of 44.12.



Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week – Calvary Day School Senior Basketball Player Catie Thomas 02.04.17

Catie, a 5' 7" senior point guard and shooting guard at Calvary Day School, knocked down a big three point shot with 8 seconds left in the game versus Woodville Thompkins to give the Lady Cavaliers a 64-63 lead. The Lady Wolverines came down court and missed a winning shot and that meant Catie’s shot put Calvary in sole possession of first place. Thomas finished as the games high scorer with 22 points. This also makes Catie a two-time recipient of the Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week.

Futhermore, Catie also excels on the softball field. She is an all-state second-team shortstop and All-Region 3-A (East) first-team selection and a Savannah Morning News All-Greater Savannah first team selection. Thomas had a great year at the plate with a .346 batting average with a .424 on-base percentage. Catie had seven doubles, 28 runs and 15 RBIs. As quick as Thomas is on the basketball court she was quick on the base paths. Catie stole 17 bases and was only caught once. She wants to play softball and basketball at the next level. Congratulations Catie and click on the link to listen to Catie’s interview.



The Wetherington Chiropractic Clinic Athlete of the Week – HV Jenkins Senior Basketball Player Trevion Lamar 1.28.17

Trevion, a 6' 5" senior wingman, shooting guard, and small forward at HV Jenkins High School, got hot at the right time to help the HV Jenkins basketball team to gain sole possession of first place in Region 3-AAA. Lamar scored 142 points in five games, averaging 28.4 points per game and recorded two double doubles against two rivals, Sol C. Johnson High School on January 21, 25 points 11 rebounds, and followed that up on January 27th versus Savannah High with 29 points and 10 rebounds. Congratualtions Trevion and click on the link to listen to Trevion's interview on The Karl DeMasi Sports Report from January 28th.



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