Carmel United Inferno 95 Academy: History

Tuesday, June 1
Lindley Girls Win Murray Cup Championship
The girls ended their season on a high note by capturing the U9 Girls title at the 2004 Carmel United Murray Memorial Cup. After their three bracket games the girls had outscored their opponents 34-0, which comes to an average of over 11 goals a game.

The final was a tough battle which ended with a 3-2 victory over the Javanon team from Kentucky.

Monday, April 19
Girls Go Undefeated in CIS Tournament
The girls traveled to Bloomington Illinois to play some top teams from the area. The girls finished the tournament with a 4-0 record by beating the Busch-Kocsis team from St. Louis 3-1, the Darien Dynamites 12-1, and the Team Chicago Blue Dolphins 5-2. In the championship game the girls prevailed in a shootout with a 2-1 victory over the Busch team.

Once again a great tournament girls!!!

Tuesday, March 23
Girls Play in Dynamo Round Robin
The girls got the season off to a good start by going undefeated in the Dynamo Round Robin Tournament over this past weekend. They posted a 1-0-3 record while playing in the U-10 girls division. Their victory came against the local Dynamo '94 team where they posted a 4-0 victory. Their three ties came against two Cardinal Premier teams from Cincinnati and a very good Campton United team from Illinois.

Good job girls!!!

Saturday, March 20
Spring Session 2004
Coach Tara has decided that the girls will not be involved in league play this session. They will play friendly games against U10 girl and U9 boy teams.

They will also participate in three tournaments. These include the Dynamo Round Robin, in which they will play up in the U10 girls division, the CIS Spring Tournament in Bloomington, Illinois, and Carmel’s own Murray Memorial Cup.

We, the parents, wish the girls the best of luck on a new season.

Monday, March 1
Back to Back National Indoor Champions!!!
Congratulations to all the girls and Coach Kirkhoff for repeating as National Indoor Champions. The girls retained their title by defeating the Michigan Magic Black in the finals 6-1.

The girls got off to a slow start by losing their opening game 3-1 to the Magic Black. After that though they were not to be denied. Now having to qualify as a wild card they needed to rack up bonus points as well as wins. Coach K challenged them and they came through. In the second game they defeated the Jaguars 13-1 and in the final bracket game they defeated the Ajax United team from Ontario, 6-2. The girls qualified for the playoffs as the 4th and final seed.

In the semi final game they had to play the Next Level Black team from North Carolina. This team was averaging just fewer than 8 goals a game and had only given up 1 goal in the entire tournament. After falling behind 2-0 with only four minutes gone in the game the girls displayed what their parents and coach already knew was their strongest asset…their “Heart”. They simply refused to lose. They started dominating the game. Trailing 3-1 with less than 10 minutes left in the game, the girls responded with 2 goals to tie the game and send it into overtime. It took only 20 seconds of the overtime for the girls to score and move on to the finals. This 4-3 victory was the best game of the tournament.

In the final the girls got to play the team that had beaten them 3-1 in their first game. They, as well as their coach, were all excited about getting another shot at the Magic. The Renegades quickly took a 2-0 lead and it grew to 4-0 before the Magic scored. The final score was Renegades-6 Magic-1.

Thank you girls for an exciting weekend. We, the parents, are already looking forward to next year.

Girls to Defend National Indoor Title
The girls are set to travel to Detroit to defend the National Indoor Championship that they won last year in Cleveland. They will compete in the girls U-9 division against teams from Canada, Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, and Maryland. Once again they will call themselves the Renegades.

Good luck Renegades!!!

Monday, October 27
Girls Make Strong Showing in Fisher's Classic
Playing up against U-10 girls, Tara's girls finsished with a 2-1 record, produced two shutouts, and outscored their opponents 12-4. This included a 5-0 victory over Fisher-Jenkins, a 5-0 victory over the WSC Lightning from Cincinnati, and a hard fought 4-2 lose against the Thoroughbreds from Louisville. The Thoroughbreds scored 2 goals in the second half to break a 2-2 tie at halftime.

Way to go Girls!!!!

Thursday, October 16
Lindley team will play in Fisher's Halloween Classic
The girls will be playing up in the U-10 division of the upcoming Fisher's Halloween Classic on October 25th & 26th.

Monday, October 13
Fall Season is Over
The girls went undefeated and finished the season with a 10-0 record.
They scored 98 goals while only giving up 9.
Way to go U-9 Lindley!!!

Monday, August 18
The Girls win U-9 Championship at PikeFest
The girls posted a 4-0 record during the tournament and were not even scored upon until the championship game. The final game was a tough 5-2 win over the Speedway Strykers.

Practices Start
Practices start August 12, 6-7:30 PM, at the Shelborne fields. We will practice every Tuesday and Thursday during the season.

Tuesday, July 15
Camp Tara
Tara will run a camp for the girls from 9-11 AM, August 4th - 6th, at West Park in Carmel.

Tuesday, June 3
Carmel's U9 Premier Girl's team is Formed
Congrats to Natalie, Christine, Megan, Krissy, Molly, Claire, Katie, Maggie, Kristin, and Jenna for making the CUSC 95 Premier Girl's team!

Saturday, March 1
Tara is the Coach!!!
Tara Lindley agrees to coach Carmel's U-9 Girls Premier Team.

Sunday, June 20
Welcome Tayler & McKenzie!!!
Natalie, Christine, Megan, Krissy, Molly, Claire, Katie, Kristin, and Jenna would like to welcome Tayler and McKenzie to the team. We are all looking forward to next season and what these girls will accomplish.

Sunday, August 1
Fall Session 2004
Once again the girls will not participate in league play.  They will play in tournaments and friendlies against U11 girls and U10 boys.
As of right now, the tournaments they have commited to are the Cardinal Cup in Cincinatti and the Mead CUSA Cup (formally Dayco) in Dayton.

Girls Have a Strong Showing at Cardinal Cup
The girls made it to the finals in the U10 Girls Premier Division of the Cardinal Cup where they suffered a disappointing 1-0 loss to the host Cardinal Premier team in double overtime.

The girls went 2-0-1 in bracket play with a 6-0 win over the Cardinal Red team, a 8-0 victory over the Cincinnati Classics Hammer team and a 1-1 tie against Ohio Premier Green.  The girls advanced to the championship game due to an advantage in goal differential.

Extra Technical Training
Extra technical training is being offered on Aug. 30th from 6:00 to 7:00, Sept. 20th and Oct. 4th from 5:30 to 6:30, and Oct. 25th from 5:15 to 6:00. These are optional.

Goalie Training
Goalie training is from 5:45 to 6:45 on Aug 15, 23, & 30; Sept.13, 20, & 27; and Oct. 4, 11, 18, & 25.
These are all optional except for Natalie, Katie, and Claire.

Fishers Halloween Classic
The girls will play in the U10 Boys division of the tournament on Oct. 30th thru 31st.

Tuesday, September 7
Girls Win Mead Cup!!!
The girls went 5-0 over Labor Day Weekend in Dayton, Ohio to win the U10 Girls Five Star Divsion of the Mead Cup. (formally Dayco).

They won their bracket with a 4-1 win over Javanon from Kentucky, a 5-1 win over Sycamore Arsenal from Ohio, and a tough 2-1 win over United Blue from Warren County, Ohio.

The semi-final game was another tight game with the girls winning 2-1 over Ohio Premier Green.  That set up a rematch with Warrren County in the final.

The final saw the girls trailing at half 1-0.  Warren County built on their lead in the second half and pulled away 3-0 with about 15 minutes left.  I have to admit I thought the game was over, but somebody forgot to tell our girls.  They showed their heart by not allowing another goal and adding 3 of their own.  The last goal coming in the final seconds to tie the score at 3-3 and send the game into overtime.  After two scoreless overtimes the game was decided on penalty kicks with Carmel prevailing 4-2 to win the championship.

Girls, your "Refuse to Lose" attitude and your grit and determination has made all of your parents very proad of you.

Welcome to the CUSC Renegades!
The CUSC Inferno 95 Renegades would like to welcome three new players to the team- Madeline, Michele and Kelcy! We look forward to a great season!!!

Mike Castro- Coach of the CUSC '95 Renegades
The CUSC players and parents would like to welcome Mike Castro as their new coach for the 2005-06 season!

CUSC Renegades Win Vardar Cup!
Congratulations to our girls for a great win at the Vardar Cup held in Saganaw, Michigan! What a great start to the season!