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September 12, 2012

Middle School briefs for Sept. 12

Zionsville Middle School

FOOTBALL

On Thursday night, the Eagles fell behind 28-0 early in the third quarter, but never gave up. They fought back, and tied the score late in the game, 28-28. Overtime was not completed, because of lightning. Great efforts on defense were made by Andrew Johnson, Jake Nutter, Seth Kussow and John Rusyniak. Great efforts on offense were also made by Max Bohrer, Eli Copner, and Ethan Hudson. Great hustle and leadership on both sides of the ball was made by Scott Rogers. The seventh grade football team lost a tough game in overtime on Thursday, 12-6.

VOLLEYBALL

On Wednesday night, the seventh grade volleyball team won against Avon North, 2-0. Playing well for the Eagles were Erin Gause, Gabby Kirkendol and Carly Whitlock. The seventh-grade volleyball team defeated Riverside in a 2-0 match on Thursday night. Playing well for the Eagles was Katie Isenbarger as middle and Dori Bammer as outside.

On Wednesday night, the eighth-grade volleyball team beat Avon North 25-19, 25-15. The Eagles had excellent serving from Megan Carr and Payton White, to go along with great hitting from Alex Leix, Morgan Mateja, Emma Wagner and Logan Manusky.

On Thursday night, the eighth-grade volleyball team had a great victory over Riverside winning 25-14, 25-21. Serving strong for ZMS was Megan Carr, Emma Wagner and Katie Norris. The Eagles had great coverage and passing from Jessica Donovan, Payton White, Reagan Ahlquist and Allison Cowan.

BOYS TENNIS

The ZMS boys Varsity defeated Avon North 5-0 Tuesday evening. At singles, Mark Huibregste, Will Rushton, and Lucas Fox all won their matches. At No. 1 doubles, Michael Lackey and Alex Perry won 8-6.

At No. 2 doubles, Evan DeMaars and Sam Tucker won 8-0. They then lost to Avon South 3-2 in the nightcap. At singles, Eddie Lin, Nick Weaver, and R.J. Brow all lost their matches. Both ZMS doubles teams won. At No. 1 doubles, Elijah Hunt and Darron Stratton won 8-3. At No. 2 doubles, Nick Broderick and Conor Broderick won 8-7 in an exciting tiebreaker. On Thursday night the ZMS boys varsity defeated Frankfort 3-2.

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