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Wolverines rebound to upend CMA, 28-13
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When you start practice and your season later than most teams, you are forced to play catch-up and try to get to where you need to be in a quicker period of time.Nobody knows that fact better than does the Camden Military Academy football team.The Spartans fell to 0-3 on the season following Friday’s 28-13 loss to East Clarendon in a game played in Turbeville. The win was the first in four tries for the host Wolverines.After having scored just one touchdown in their first two contests, Will Rice’s troops scored a pair in the first half on Friday, only to see the High School League entry close with 20 unanswered second half points.“We are still not where we need to be in terms of our shape,” Rice said of his team and its play on a muggy evening. “They just ran the ball down our throats in the second half.