Georgetown High quarterback Caleb Hughes escapes a sack during the Bulldogs' spring game.
A Carvers Bay quarterback gets a throw away before being tackled during a scrimmage on Monday at the school. The Bears finished the 2011 regular season 5-5, and lost in the first round of the playoffs.
It may only be spring, but the boys of fall are already started preparing for the 2012 season, as the football teams at all four county high schools have had several weeks of spring practice.
Georgetown held a spring game on Friday and Carvers Bay held a scrimmage with game-type situations on Monday. Waccamaw's game was rained out and Andrews chose not to hold a game.
The schedules for 2012 are:
Carvers Bay: Aug. 17, bye; Aug. 24, hosting Johnsonville; Aug. 31, hosting St. John's; Sept. 7, at Andrews; Sept. 14, hosting Georgetown; Sept. 21, at St. James; Sept. 28, at C.E. Murray; Oct. 5, at Scott's Branch; Oct. 12, at Hemingway; Oct. 19, hosting East Clarendon; Oct. 26, hosting Timmonsville.
Georgetown: Aug. 17, at Conway; Aug. 24, bye; Aug. 31, hosting Andrews; Sept. 7, hosting James Island; Sept. 14, at Carvers Bay; Sept. 21, hosting Loris; Sept. 28, hosting St. James; Oct. 5, at North Myrtle Beach; Oct. 12, at Socastee; Oct. 19, hosting Myrtle Beach; Oct. 26, at Wilson.
Waccamaw: Aug. 17, hosting North Myrtle Beach; Aug. 24, hosting Green Sea-Floyds; Aug. 31, at Creek Bridge; Sept. 7, bye; Sept. 14, at Hannah-Pamplico; Sept. 21, at Timmonsville; Sept. 28, at Mullins; Oct. 5, hosting Loris; Oct. 12, hosting Aynor; Oct. 19, at Marion; Oct. 26, hosting Dillon.
Andrews' schedule was not available.
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