Taking out a season's worth of frustrations out on the visiting Carolina Gladiators, the Camden Military Academy football team closed its schedule out with a 53-6 win on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Field.
Before the first quarter of Monday's game with the Carolina Wildcats ended, Camden Military Academy had already scored more points in 11-plus minutes than it had in any of its first four games combined.
Having watched his team complete a 23-snap scoring march --- which lasted more than nine minutes --- on which each play was of the rushing variety, Camden Military Academy head coach Will Rice saw the trouble which his team's ground game gave the Asheville School last Friday.
There was plenty going against the Camden Military Academy football team even before the Asheville School turned a game-opening pooch kick into a one-play scoring drive on Friday in upending the host Spartans, 28-6 at Spartan Field.
With his team having had less than two weeks of preparation for Saturday's season-opener against Dixie, Camden Military Academy head coach Will Rice knew his squad would battle fatigue as the afternoon went along. How his players reacted when that adversity struckwas what the Spartan boss wanted to see.
When you think of the hotbeds of lacrosse in the United States, the two regions of the country which usually pop up first in your mind are the areas in and around Baltimore as well as Long Island in New York.
Playing their first match since returning to campus from spring break, the Camden Military Academy junior varsity soccer team won for the second time this season with a 2-0 victory over visiting Cheraw in a contest played last Wednesday at Spartan Field.
Fad Almalik broke a 1-1 tie with a second half goal which proved to be the different in the match as the Camden Military Academy junior varsity soccer team opened its season with a 2-1 win over Ben Lippen School on Monday in Columbia.