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CDC plans for coming summer

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CDC plans for coming summer

Ellie Backer opens her locker in the CHS freshman center on her way to class. She explained why she likes playing Carmel Dad's Club soccer instead of high school soccer. “I think the experience with CDC is more fun because when you’re at Carmel High School, there’s just a lot more stress for a high school sport. You do not want to be the one to mess up or ruin the reputation of the team,” Backer said.

Ellie Backer opens her locker in the CHS freshman center on her way to class. She explained why she likes playing Carmel Dad's Club soccer instead of high school soccer. “I think the experience with CDC is more fun because when you’re at Carmel High School, there’s just a lot more stress for a high school sport. You do not want to be the one to mess up or ruin the reputation of the team,” Backer said.

Ellie Backer opens her locker in the CHS freshman center on her way to class. She explained why she likes playing Carmel Dad's Club soccer instead of high school soccer. “I think the experience with CDC is more fun because when you’re at Carmel High School, there’s just a lot more stress for a high school sport. You do not want to be the one to mess up or ruin the reputation of the team,” Backer said.

Ellie Backer opens her locker in the CHS freshman center on her way to class. She explained why she likes playing Carmel Dad's Club soccer instead of high school soccer. “I think the experience with CDC is more fun because when you’re at Carmel High School, there’s just a lot more stress for a high school sport. You do not want to be the one to mess up or ruin the reputation of the team,” Backer said.


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This summer, Carmel Dads Club (CDC) plans on holding tryouts for Carmel FC and Pups football,  as well as hosting college soccer and a soccer summer camp.

According to CDC President Jack Beery, it has been a great spring.

“We are probably one fourth of the way through the season. Hopefully the nice weather will hold up,” Beery said.

Ellie Backer, CDC soccer player and freshman, has been playing CDC soccer for as long as she can remember, and plans on playing CDC soccer as long as she can.

“I plan on it (playing soccer), hopefully the other sport I play, tennis, won’t completely eliminate soccer for me,” Backer said.

This summer, although CDC recreational sports are not going once, they are offering several opportunities for youths to play on travel sports teams. CDC will have Pups football tryouts this May, Carmel FC soccer tryouts in June and a soccer camp will take place on June 4 through June 7 at Badger fields, according to Beery.

As well as these great opportunities for some exercise, CDC recreational fall registration is already available to the public.

Beery said, “It is really important for people to sign up early for uniform ordering and program planning.” By Jesse Cooper

 

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