By Will Willems Sports Editor
Zionsville Times Sentinel
---- — The first game after Spring Break didn't go as planned for the Zionsville girls lacrosse team. But after losing 14-1 to Park Tudor on April 8, the Lady Eagles defeated Herron 14-1 on April 10 and Warren Central 15-2 on Saturday, April 12. Warren Central just started their girls lacrosse team this season. Zionsville head coach Lisa Rogers said it is great to see new teams popping up. "Weather wise it was a great day to play lacrosse," Rogers said. "It was great to come out and support a school like Warren Central that is just starting a girls lacrosse program. I am proud of them for helping to grow the sport of girls lacrosse and a lot of good things are happening." The Eagles got contributions from all players in the win against the Warriors. Sara Prust led the way with five goals, while Anne Poindexter had four. Abby Alderson, Sydnee deRiesthal, Isabelle Corya and Emily DeCamp all scored as well. Alderson and Meredith Doron had assists in the game. "It was nice and level across the board," Rogers said. "I really liked the way we moved the ball, especially in the first eight minutes. But we still aren't where we want or need to be, so we are going to keep using opportunities like this to move ourselves forward." Rogers said there were positive and negatives to having a couple of blow-out wins in a row. For more of this story, read the April 16 edition of the Times Sentinel.