Golf team wins two meets

The Zionsville girls golf team won two meets last week.

Wednesday, Sept. 7, the Eagles defeated Fishers 156-188. Sophomore Emily Dixon had “the round of a lifetime,” Zionsville coach Gary Rabb said.

Dixon birdied the first hole, followed that up with a hole in one and then birdied the third hole. She went on to finish the nine-hole round with a three-under par 33.

Senior Allie Pancake shot 39, senior Megan Swain shot 41, and sophomore Molly Raker carded 43.

Coach Rabb said he is excited about the progress of the team at this point in the season.

“We have continued to improve and become more consistent in our scoring. This is the time of the year when you hope things come together and they are.”

Thursday, Sept. 8, Zionsville finished second in a three-way meet. The Eagles' score of 165 was just behind Avon's 161, but well ahead of Mooresville's 196.

Dixon was the meet medalist with a nine-hole score of 37. Pancake shot 38, freshman Amanda Gardner had a 42, and Swain and sophomore Sarah Thacker both shot 45s.

The Eagles were to play Brebeuf at Bent Tree Golf Course in Westfield, Monday, Sept. 11, but the meet was canceled due to bad weather. Zionsville will return to Bent Tree at noon, Saturday, Sept. 16 for the IHSAA girls golf sectional tournament.

Tryouts begin for travel basketball

Fourth- and fifth-grade Zionsville girls who want to play travel basketball are invited to attend a tryout clinic at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, and 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 25, at Zionsville Middle School, 900 N. Ford Road.

Zionsville will have at least one team for each grade playing in the Hoosier Girls Basketball League. Call David Lewis at 769-9149 for more information.

Youth soccer starts

 ZYSA Youth Soccer Night will start at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26 at Eagle Field when the Boys Varsity and JV soccer teams take on Fishers.

Parents with children who are not currently in soccer may come to the Youth Soccer Information Booth and receive free admission to the game. Any youth soccer player who wears their jersey will be admitted to the game for free.

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult who will also receive free admission. Halftime of JV will feature the U5 and U6 scrimmaging, and at Varsity halftime ZYSA will present the youth Mental Attitude Awards.

Soccer team honors teachers

The Zionsville Community High School boys soccer teams will host a “Teacher Appreciation Night” Thursday, Sept. 14, during the Eagles football games. The JV game begins at 5 p.m. and the varsity game will follow at about 6:30 p.m.

All teachers are invited to bring a guest to the game and enjoy refreshments. All teachers, staff and administrationin attendance will be acknowledged during both half-times.


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