Baldwin County High School emerged as a dominant force at the fifth annual Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Sports Medicine Competition, nearly achieving a clean sweep across all three …
Baldwin County High School emerged as a dominant force at the fifth annual Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Sports Medicine Competition, nearly achieving a clean sweep across all three categories. The event saw participation from over 60 students representing Foley, Spanish Fort and Baldwin County High schools.
Students from each school engaged in a written test to determine the top 10 participants, who subsequently advanced to the hands-on skills segment to compete for victory in each category. Simultaneously, the remaining students took part in comprehensive First Aid, spine boarding and splinting training facilitated by members of the Spanish Fort Fire Department.
Baldwin County High School's HOSA team showcased exceptional prowess, securing victories in both the written and hands-on skills sections for the Sports Medicine Foundation and Intermediate/Advanced divisions. Additionally, the school clinched first and second place in the speed ankle taping category, with both times clocking in below 29 seconds. A student from Spanish Fort claimed the third position.
The results for Sports Medicine Foundations were as follows:
In the Sports Medicine Intermediate/Advanced division, the winners were:
For the Speed Taping category, the triumphant students included:
Baldwin County High School's remarkable success at the competition highlights the dedication and skill of its HOSA team, showcasing their commitment to excellence in sports medicine.