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Local athletic trainer, Cammie Brost, selected to serve North team at 45th annual Shrine Bowl

Community news | Thursday, March 8, 2018

Contact: Jim Cannon

Members of the Shrine Bowl of Wyoming recently selected Cammie Brost, athletic trainer for Rocky Mountain High School and Lovell High School, to serve as the Certified Athletic Trainer for the North team at the 45th annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl Football game set for June 9 at Natrona County High School in Casper. Cammie works for Powell Valley Healthcare and serves the local schools through PVHC Sports Medicine and Dr. William Jarvis. She has served as their athletic trainer for nearly 3 years.

"This was such an honor to be nominated and selected, and I am excited to represent Powell Valley Healthcare Sports Medicine and my outreach schools at the Shrine Bowl," said Brost. Coaches at Rocky and Lovell express that they greatly appreciate having Cammie at practices and games. Powell Valley Healthcare staff wish to congratulate Cammie for the honor of serving as an athletic trainer for this year's Shrine Bowl.

The announcement of Cammie's selection to help at the Shrine Bowl coming out in March is fitting in that the National Athletic Trainers' Association recognizes March as National Athletic Training Month. Athletic trainers play a very important role in protecting the health and safety of young athletes competing in various sports. Powell Valley Healthcare would like to recognize Cammie Brost, as well as Dax Mitchell, who serves as the athletic trainer at Powell High School. Cammie and Dax work closely with the coaches and student athletes to take care of injuries and to help ensure that athletes are safe to compete again following an injury.

Photo courtesy: Dustin McClure, Lovell Chronicle