(Photo: left to right, Emily Lubas, Clarion Rehab Director of Sports Medicine; Shianne Donovan,
Keystone’s Athletic Trainer; Bret Wingard; Jordan Best; Steve Seifert, Clarion Area’s Athletic Trainer;
Seth Babington, Owner of Clarion Rehab)
Clarion Rehabilitation Services and CHAMP(Clarion Hospital Athletic Medicine Program) would like to
announce their 2021-2022 Co-Student Athletes of the Year as Bret Wingard and Jordan Best.
Bret is a recent graduate of Keystone High School where he participated in football, basketball and track.
He was also a member of the National Honors Society, SPARK Club, Trap Shooting Club, and Basketball
Club. Bret’s future plans are to attend the University of Mount Union to major in electrical engineering
as well as be a member of their track and field team.
Jordan graduated from Clarion Area High School this year where she participated in volleyball, basketball
and softball. While at Clarion, she also was a member of National Honors Society, Student Council,
Yearbook Staff and StandTogether. Jordan’s future plans are to attend Gannon University majoring in
Applied Exercise Science in hopes of becoming a physical therapist. She also plans to participate on the
softball team while at Gannon.
Clarion Rehab’s owner Seth Babington states, “Both of these young adults are hard working, dedicated
and successful. They are going to go on to do great things professionally and for their communities.”
CHAMP and Clarion Rehab Services would like to congratulate our two recipients. Both student-athletes
received a $250 scholarship presented by Clarion Rehab as well as gift certificates from Sweet Basil and
Daddy’s Main Street. Congratulations to both Bret and Jordan, we wish you the best of luck in your