The Zionsville baseball team went 2-1 against HCC competition last week.
Thursday, April 25, the Eagles swept Hamilton Southeastern in a doubleheader.
In game one, the Eagles won 4-0 thanks to a four-run third inning.
Ben Kocher led the inning off with a walk and Parker Dunshee followed with a single. After each stole a base, Harrison Farber hit a two-run single.
Glen Collier followed with a walk, and Grant Sloan hit a two-run double to make it 4-0.
Dunshee got the win on the mound, going a complete game and allowing just five hits while striking out five.
In game two, the Eagles won 10-0 in five innings.
The Eagles went up 1-0 on a sacrifice fly by Farber in the first inning.
Zionsville burst the game open in the second. Sloan singled and advanced to third on a single by Cam Richey.
Drew Bertram singled home Sloan, and after a walked to Tyler Glenn loaded the bases, Travis Tokarek cleared the bases with a triple.
Tokarek later scored on a ground out by Kocher.
The final Eagle runs came in the fourth. Glenn walked and scored on a double by Tokarek.
Kocher walked, and Dunshee followed with a single to score Tokarek. Farber drove home Kocher with a ground out and Sloan singled home Dunshee to cap the scoring.
Sloan got the win, giving up three hits in five innings.
Monday, April 29, the Eagles lost to seventh-ranked Westfield 5-1.
The lone Eagle run came on a Tokarek RBI-single. Farber and Collier were both two for three in the loss.
Kocher took the loss of the mound, going seven innings and allowing 10 hits and striking out five.
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