Zionsville — Cameron Richey signs his intent to play Div-I collegiate baseball with University of Dayton in a college signing ceremony and celebration with family and teammates at Zionsville Community High School on Tuesday, Nov. 27. Sitting with Cameron are his mother, Kandice, and his father, Mike. Supporting Cameron in the back row (from left) are ZCHS Athletic Director Greg Schellhase, Head Coach John Zangrilli, Assistant Coaches Josh Medvescek and Jered Moore and Cameron’s younger brother, Bo.
Boys advance to the Final Four
The Zionsville boys lacrosse team accomplished another goal Saturday, May 18 — advancing to the state semifinals.
Eagles win season finale vs. Avon
In a season where many things have gone against them, the Zionsville Eagles baseball team finally caught a few breaks when they hosted Avon in the penultimate game of the 2013 season Thursday, May 16.
Eagles honor seniors, win conference title
There were no nerves for the Zionsville lacrosse seniors Wednesday night as they played their final scheduled regular season home game against Noblesville.
Eagles place third at HCC
The Zionsville girls tennis team was strong at the Hoosier Crossroads Conference Tournament Saturday, May 11, at Brownsburg High School.
Eagles 2nd in HCC
With more than half of the field ranked in the top-20 in the state, the Zionsville golf team knew Monday, May 13’s Hoosier Crossroads Conference Tournament was going to be a tough test.
McWhorter to leave Zionsville
Covenant Christian announced last December — after a two-year study on the subject — it would field a football team in the fall of 2014.
Golf places second at Lafayette Jeff Booster
The Zionsville golf team had its best showing of the season Saturday, May 4, when they played in the Lafayette Jeff Booster Invite at Coyote Crossing Golf Course.
Richey dominates as Eagles top Devils
Things didn’t start off well for the Zionsville baseball team Monday, May 6, when they visited Pike.
Eagles fall just short
The Zionsville softball team has shown they can hang with some of the top teams in the state.
All four invitational teams among state’s best
The Zionsville girls tennis team is in the midst of a tough stretch in which they play five matches in 48 hours.
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