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February 20, 2012

KICK IT: United's approach comes to Clark County

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“We would love to get more dirt brought in, and we are working with the city to try and get some dirt from the Vissing Park project,” Duckworth said.

The new spring season will start on Saturday, April 7 and runs through Sunday, May 20, with most games played on Saturdays. Registration to play is open until Monday, March 5, and you can sign up online at www.clarkcountysoccer.com.

Meanwhile, the Indiana Youth Soccer annual awards dinner is being held in Carmel this Saturday, and Duckworth has been selected as a finalist in the Mike Berticelli Boys’ Travel Coach of the Year category.

He told “Kick It” he is “humbled and excited” to be considered for the award.

“Many of my team, players and parents are planning to attend,” he said. “They are the ones that submitted my name to the selection panel, and I am honored that they believe in me that much.”

Contact Aidan Kelly at aidokaydo@gmail.com.

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