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Community Wide: Carman-Ainsworth Girls Soccer adopts a cause, and a little brother

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It can be easy to get wrapped up in the final score and win-loss record in sports, which is why a sense of perspective can really do a lot not only for the fans,but the athletes and teams as well.

This spring, the Carman-Ainsworth Girls Soccer team adopted a young man who can give us all a greater sense of that perspective.

In February, Kaleb Stuck found out he has DIPG, a brain tumor.

While advances in pediatric cancer have come a long way, the survival rate as a whole is 83 percent.

Unfortunately for the 15 percent of kids like Kaleb with DIPG, there is still no effective treatment and the survival rate is 0.

Hear how Kaleb has inspired the team and find out how you can help fight DIPG.