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      Former Myrtle Beach coach Earley gets Florida high school job

      Former Myrtle Beach High football coach Scott Earley is on his way to the Sunshine State. Earley told WPDE Sports on Wednesday night that he's the new head football coach at Seminole High School in Sanford, Florida. Earley spent eight years with the Seahawks, winning the 3A state championship in 2008 and winning 72 games in his Grand Strand head coaching career. He then went on to coach in the Midlands at Chapin in 2009 and Lexington from 2010-2012. While at Lexington, he coached South Carolina Mr. Football and current South Carolina wide receiver Shaq Roland. He resigned from Lexington earlier this year. Seminole is a class 8A school that was 7-5 in 2012.