All Will Rice wants from his Camden Military Academy football team come late Saturday afternoon is for his players to play hard for all 48 minutes of that day's game with visiting Rabun Gap and then, let the chips fall where they may.
Victories, even those which put an end to a 20-game losing skid, have all the shelf life of a one-time teen idol.
This was a bath which was nearly three years in the making. Shortly after his team's 30-0 romp over visiting New Covenant Christian on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Field, Camden Military Academy head football coach Will Rice was dumped with a bucket of ice cold water by members of his team. The ceremonial bath was the exclamation point on an afternoon in which CMA's 20-game skid came to an end. The win was the first ...
This is, literally, adding injury to insult. As if an 0-4 start to the season was not bad enough, on Tuesday, two significant members of the Camden Military Academy football team watched practice from the team bench with season-ending injuries. It was hardly the scene which CMA head coach Will Rice envisioned as his troops prepared for Saturday's 2:30 p.m. game against visiting New Covenant. That duo, however, were not the only ones who were ...
It took just a few seconds for the Camden Military Academy to find out just what type of opponent the Carolina Wildcats would be.
Sure, the temperature dropped a few degrees earlier in the week. But for Will Rice, he was already talking about snow.
For a scant few moments, there was the opportunity for the Camden Military Academy to get back into Saturday's game with visiting Q Foundation.
Just when it looked like the Camden Military Academy football team was beginning to put the pieces together, they, temporarily, had the rug pulled from under their feet.
Moral victories have long since gone the way of the Edsel at Camden Military Academy. In the moments following his team's gut-wrenching 20-18 loss to visiting East Clarendon in Friday's late afternoon game at Spartan Field, CMA head coach Will Rice was in no mood to slap either himself or his players on the back after the hosts fell to 0-2 on the season. The visiting Wolverines used a sack on a two-point conversion pass ...
There was almost a sense of relief in Will Rice's voice as he talked about Camden Military Academy's game with visiting East Clarendon this afternoon at Spartan Field.
Some football coaches dread having of roster filled with new faces to their programs. Not Will Rice. After enduring back-to-back winless campaigns over the past two seasons, the Camden Military Academy head coach is hoping that an influx ofnew blood to the program will bring a new mindset to the team as the Spartans prepare for Friday's night's season opener against nearby North Central in Boonetown. Rice and his staff greeted a more physical and ...
When you play basketball and have the same name as a former NBA star, you get used to the questions as to if you are related.
The Camden Military Academy varsity tennis team finished the first half of their schedule with a 4-2 win over South Pointe High School Monday, March 25.
The Camden Military Academy junior varsity soccer team closed out the first half of its season with a 6-1 win over Wilson Hall on Monday.
Picking up where they left off a season ago, the Camden Military Academy junior varsity soccer team extended their win streak to 14 matches with a 5-0 win over Buford in last Thursday's season opener.
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