Three of the four Georgetown County high school football teams will be in action this week as well as St. James High School in Horry County.
Georgetown High School will face Andrews in a Georgetown County rivalry game. The Bulldogs are coming off a 46-0 loss to Carvers Bay on Aug. 31. Georgetown head coach Jordan Ward said that Andrews will likely be the second toughest game they have all season.
Andrews defeated Waccamaw 48-6 last week behind three first half touchdown catches by wide receiver Jerimiah Shaw. Ray Kinloch scored two rushing touchdowns and Michael Pipkin added a rushing touchdown.
Last season, the Yellow Jackets pulled out a 33-32 victory over the Bulldogs at Andrews High School. After the loss, Georgetown reeled off five consecutive victories.
Carvers Bay will look to stay undefeated this week as they head to Hemingway for their second straight road game. Hemingway is 1-2 on the season after beating Johnsonville 28-14 on the road.
Quarterback Janaz Sumpter scored three touchdowns against Georgetown last week and Toronto King added two more rushing touchdowns.
The last time these two teams met was in 2015 when Carvers Bay defeated the Tigers 12-2. The Bears got a chance to see Hemingway in action during the preseason when the Tigers faced Georgetown during the Geathers Family Jamboree at Carvers Bay High School.
In Horry County, St. James will face North Myrtle Beach at St. James High School. The Chiefs are ranked 28th in the state and are 3-0 so far this season. The Sharks are coming off their bye week and are currently 0-2 on the season.
The two teams faced off in the final regular season game of 2017. North Myrtle Beach cruised to a 41-7 victory over the Sharks.
Waccamaw High is idle this week after falling to Andrews on Aug. 31. Head coach Shane Fidler and the Warriors will begin preparing for North Charleston on Sept. 14.
Andrews vs. Georgetown at Andrews. Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.
St. James vs. North Myrtle Beach at St. James. Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.
Carvers Bay vs. Hemingway at Hemingway. Kickoff: 7:30