Playoff schedule set for high school football teams in the Myrtle Beach area

Bradley Adams is ready to concentrate on football again.

In the span of 24 hours, the Georgetown coach went from believing his school had earned its fourth home playoff game in school history to discovering it was actually playing a road game. And then it hit him that going to Airport for a Class AAA first-round game may not be the worst thing for his team.

“We seem to play better on the road anyway,” said Adams’ whose teams is 4-1 on the road, including Thursday’s crucial win at Wilson. “I don’t know. It’s just unique. Our kids just seem to respond better at other people’s places. They tend to get involved and get excited about what’s going on.”