Scott Earley speaks after his introduction by the Anderson District 5 School Board as the new head coach at Westside High School
(WLTX) --- He's won at Myrtle Beach, Chapin and Lexington and now Scott Earley will try to bring that experience to Westside High School.
Earley was officially hired by the Anderson District Five school board Tuesday night as the new head football coach of the Westside Rams.
Earley won a state championship at Myrtle Beach High School in 2008 before spending a year at Chapin. He then took over at Lexington where he spent three years before abruptly resigning in January of 2013. He was hired as an assistant coach at Blackville-Hilda before accepting a job at Seminole High School in Samford, Florida.
However, Earley's stint there lasted just a week after issues with insurance arose, bringing Earley back to the Palmetto State where he landed as an assistant coach at Lakewood High School for the 2013 season.
But running his own program is what Earley does and now he will get to do that for an Westside program that won just one game in 2013 and two years ago went winless.