UNION COUNTY — Bradley Adams was named the new Athletic Director/Head Football Coach for Union County High School this afternoon.
Meeting in special session at the City of Union Municipal Building, the Union County Board of School Trustees voted unanimously to appoint Adams as athletic director and head football coach.
Adams will come to Union County High School with more than ten years of teaching experience. He currently teaches Athletic Weight Training I, Weightlifting I and Weightlifting II at Georgetown High School, where he also served as head football coach and co-athletic director.
Adams, 36, is Georgetown’s all-time wins leader with a 40-27 record over six seasons. Adams’ teams never posted a single losing record during his tenure, and he has won 17 games in the past two seasons.
Adams has bachelor’s degrees in history and physical education from Newberry College, and he has a Master’s in Secondary Education from Grand Canyon University.
Adams is a graduate of Loris High School and served as an assistant coach at at Loris, West Florence, Mullins, South Florence, Darlington and Newberry.
Derik Vanderford can be reached at 864-762-4128 or email@example.com.