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Banged-up Spartans hoping to add to East Clarendons woes
While being tended to on the sideline for cramping in his leg in last Friday afternoons win over the Sandhills Titans, CMA defensive back Noah Woody received some extra attention from a fans dog. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I photo
These are the times which give already nervous high school football coaches even more cause for concern. While there is never a good time to be down minus some of your key players, it is even harder to swallow when you have a seemingly winnable game staring you in the face. As Camden Military Academy head coach Will Rice stood outside and looked out over the practice field on Tuesday, he watched as starting linebacker and part-time running back Ryheem Watson limped toward the locker room with his left hamstring wrapped up in an Ace bandage.