Goose Creek assistant takes over Andrews football program

The Andrews Yellowjackets have turned to the Lowcountry for its next varsity football coach. Scott Durham, the quarterbacks coach at Goose Creek High is the new varsity football coach at Andrews. It's his first head coaching job. Durham has been an assistant in South Carolina high school football since 1996 with stops at Pendleton, North Central and Buford. He was named quarterbacks coach at Goose Creek in 2004 and spent the last nine seasons with the Gators. He won a state championship in 2011 on Chuck Reedy's staff.

Durham replaces Steve Blanchard who was 15-26 in four seasons at Andrews highlighted by a 7-3 record in 2011. Blanchard is staying with the school as a teacher and co-athletic director. The Yellowjackets were 2-9 in 2012 with a first round loss to the Mullins Auctioneers in the Class 2A playoffs.