The Edwardsville Intelligencer

The Edwardsville Intelligencer
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Brad Bevis is set to retire. Bevis, who was named Edwardsville High School’s athletic director on Jan. 14, 2008, will soon leave the school he has called home since 1993. The last day for Bevis will be June 30. It was announced Monday at the District 7 school board meeting. Alex Fox will replace Bevis. Fox is currently an assistant principal at EHS...

The Edwardsville Intelligencer

 •  August 3, 2016

Katie Hamilton Katie Hamilton, who has been helping at EHS over the last six years through Apex Physical Therapy, is the new athletic trainer. She replaces Dintelmann, who had been a full-time district employee since the 2008-09 school year and was working with Edwardsville the last 15 years. “I’m really excited to be taking over at Edwardsville....

Standing in front of the newly donated fitness equipment in the Edwardsville High School weight room are (from left) EHS assistant athletic trainer Katie Hamilton, Apex Network Physical Therary regional managers Brent Garner and Beth Hall and EHS head athletic trainer Drew Dintelmann. Standing in front of the newly donated fitness equipment in the...

The Edwardsville Intelligencer

 •  January 20, 2016

Edwardsville trainer Drew Dintelmann, left, checks on an Alton wrestler during a triangular match at EHS on Thursday. Bevis is the athletic director at EHS, while Dintelmann is the head athletic trainer. Like other schools in Illinois, Edwardsville is following the guidelines of the Youth Sports Concussion Safety Act, which was signed into law by...