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Well-rested Spartans eyeing first win of season
WILL RICE AND CMA will look for their first win in three starts this season when the Q Foundation comes to Spartan Field for a Saturday afternoon contest.
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.Two weeks ago, the Spartans battled back and had a chance to send the game into overtime only to come out on the short end of a 20-18 loss to visiting East Clarendon. That setback came on the heels of a season-opening loss to North Central.Will Rice’s troops’ improvement was stunted by having last week off as the school had its fall break.When the Spartans (0-2) returned to practice on Monday for Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. home game with the Q Foundation, it was almost as if they were back to the start of pre-season drills as the CMA staff wanted to make sure their players got back into playing condition after the vacation.“We were sucking wind after a week off,” Rice said with a smile. “We did a lot of running (Monday and Tuesday) to try and knock the rust off.