7th Grade Softball

 ATTENTION SOFTBALL PLAYERS AND PARENTS.....

It is a policy of the Carmel Clay Schools that no athlete will be permitted to use his/her own safety equipment consisting of batting helmets and catcher’s gear (helmet, chest protector and shin guards).  The equipment will be issued by the Carmel Clay Schools.

IMPORTANT DATES

 

Callout meeting for 7th grade softball: Wednesday February 15th from 3:25-3:45

Tryouts: March 13th and 14th from 3:25 - 5:00 in the North gym

Parent Meeting

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
5:30 in the auditorium (our sportswear rep will be in the café directly before to accept player pack orders) Breakout to a classroom after the group meeting
 

Regular Practice times: Monday - Friday 3:25 - 5:00

No practice the Thursday evening of Spring break (enjoy your rest!)

In order to Participate in 7th grade softball you must have a physical on file with the Athletic director Mr. Hartog and have filled out the online consent form found on the Creekside website under athletics

 

First game: Wednesday April 12th at Carmel Middle School at 5:00 pm

Parent Meeting

The spring sports parent meeting will be held at 5:30pm on March 21st in the auditorium.  We will begin with one large session where our athletic director will address common themes across all spring sports and then break up into the different sport groups to talk about issues specific to 7th grade softball. Please be aware that our sports wear rep will be here to take orders for player packs.

See you there!

Team Rules and Expectations

1. Give 100% at school and in softball every day!

2. Be Coachable!!!  (able to accept constructive criticism and attempt to apply it)

3. Be a good teammate!!! 

Coaching Staff

Head Coach
Kris May

Coach May is in her 20th year of coaching and her 17th year of teaching.  She has coached teams at all levels of girls softball including developmental, Middle School, High School and Collegiate.  Coach May also grew up playing and played for Carmel High School in the positions of catcher, short, and third before being recruited and playing on scholarship as a catcher and center fielder at Butler University. Middle school is a favorite level for May to coach and she especially enjoys working with her own classroom students in a different type of environment and seeing them accel and grow in skill and also as people in the sport of softball. In the fall and winter Coach May also spends a significant amount of time coaching in the sport of hockey and in the spring and summer enjoys being at the barn with her middle daughter and their newly leased horse "Doc".

317.733.6420 ext 6122

Assistant Coach
Leann Gemelas-Wood

317.733.6420 ext 6085

Game Day Nutrition

SCHEDULE

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