Providing post-game meal to Smith County and Gordonsville players

GORDONSVILLE, Tenn. – Drayer Physical Therapy Institute will have athletic trainers on the sidelines at the August 16, 2019, football jamboree hosted by Smith County High School.

But Drayer also will be tending to tummies before and after the game, offering a free dessert bar to the public prior to kickoff and a post-game meal to players from Smith County and Gordonsville High School.

Drayer will serve dessert from a tent outside the game starting at 5:00 p.m. The jamboree begins at 7:00 p.m. with the Gordonsville Tigers playing DeKalb County High School, followed by the Smith County Owls playing Watertown High School.

“We’re excited to be part of a new football season and to build on nearly a decade of involvement with these schools and communities,” said Amy Ketron, director of sports medicine for Drayer. “We look forward to seeing familiar faces and new ones at the jamboree.”

Ketron oversees the certified athletic trainers that Drayer provides to the schools: Pam Murray at Smith County and Carrie Calhoun at Gordonsville.

Since 2010, Drayer has operated an outpatient clinic at 112 Bradford Blvd., Suite 500, Gordonsville.

Drayer (, part of the Upstream Rehabilitation family of clinical care, provides outpatient physical therapy to the Middle Tennessee community alongside BenchMark Physical Therapy. Drayer offers access to care within 24 hours and works with all insurance types.