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CMA opens tough closing stretch at home
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CMA QUARTERBACK Raesahwn Breckenridge and the Spartans open the second half of their eight-game season at home Saturday afternoon against the Carolina Wiildcats.
As he watched his team’s defense scrimmage against its offense on Tuesday afternoon, Camden Military Academy head coach Will Rice was concerned about the Spartans’ conditioning.Rice has good reason for his worrying as CMA had a bye for fall break last week and the team did not practice during the time off as students were allowed to return home. When the Spartans reconvened for Monday’s practice, Rice was impressed with the emotion shown but also heard the familiar sounds of a group which had been away from the practice field for 10 days.“We had that week off and (Monday), there was a lot of huffing and puffing. But we’re getting there,” Rice said of conditioning which he called “a work in progress.”“We’re trying to get back a little of the game feel that we missed last week,” he said.