Still the top Bulldog

  • Thursday, March 27, 2014

Chris Sokoloski/Times Georgetown High School football coach Bradley Adams is staying at the school. Adamsí name surfaced on Wednesday as a finalist for the head coaching job at St. James High School. Adams said Thursday he withdrew his name from contention. Adams has won 23 games in his first four seasons at Georgetown, and led the Bulldogs to the playoffs twice. Thirteen of his players have signed scholarships to play football in college.


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