Prep Talk | Your Football Friday Primer

October 12, 2012 

While thinking cooler temperatures and dry fields will bring out the best in a couple area athletes tonight...

Georgetown has a golden opportunity to make a mess out of Region VII-AAA. The Bulldogs, if they are able to beat Socastee this evening, will move into first place with another big showdown against Myrtle Beach next Friday.

Still, quarterback Caleb Hughes is tapering thoughts of what could be.

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"This is an important game and our guys know that," Hughes said. "We just don’t want to overhype it and get the guys too pumped about it."

In part, he also said, because Socastee hasn't shown too many weakness.

The Bulldogs are certainly the underdog tonight. But as we learned last week, nothing is off the table in this region. With only three guaranteed playoff spots, the battle for the top half of Region VII-AAA is going to produce some excitement in the last three weeks of the regular season.

Here's today's story on Georgetown and its hopes of completing coach Bradley Adams' three-year goal.

Game of the Week capsule, which not surprisingly, involves Georgetown's trip to Socastee.

Georgetown safety Jordan Ward is tonight's Player to Watch against Socastee's high-powered running game.

Game capsules for the other nine Grand Strand games, including a big one for Carolina Forest.

We have a new No. 1 in our Area's Best, also known as the Grand Strand Power Rankings.

Top offensive stat leaders among the 13 area schools.

In case you missed it, here's a couple others you might be interested in.

Carolina Forest can turn things around in a hurry tonight against South Florence.

Wednesday's Weekly Web Chat with Jeff Zell from WBTW News 13 and I.

And lastly, here's my score predictions for all of tonight's games.

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