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CMA hopes to close season in style
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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.The Spartans will celebrate homecoming against their visitors from Georgia, seeking to end their seven-game campaign with their second win of the season.With no playoffs for Rice and company, Saturday is it. And the CMA boss is looking to get maximum effort from his squad.“We’ll talk about having no regrets,” Rice said of what will be his pre-game speech to his team come Saturday.“When the clock reads zero-zero to end the game, we don’t want to have any regrets and wish that we would have played better or, played harder. You want to leave everything on the field.