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Zionsville grad Maddie Nolan and her Michigan Wolverine teammates were just hitting their stride in the middle of March.

Many athletes from the Zionsville track and field teams kicked off their seasons at the Hoosier State Relays Qualifier at Indiana Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon.

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NOBLESVILLE — In honor of the 110th Indiana High School Basketball State Tournament Zionsville and Fishers decided to play a game that would have been right at home in the early days of the 20th century.

INDIANAPOLIS – The most recognizable face at the IHSAA Boys State Swimming and Diving Finals never once dove into the pool.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Will Modglin is no stranger to the IUPUI Natatorium, or swimming big meets there.

INDIANAPOLIS – The Zionsville boys swimming and diving team will be bringing a number of swims back on Saturday for Day 2 of the IHSAA State Finals.

ZIONSVILLE – Senior night is always an emotional experience, and Friday night was no exception for the Zionsville Eagles.

ZIONSVILLE – It wasn’t a perfect day for the Zionsville swimming and diving team on Saturday afternoon at the sectional – but it was pretty close.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Devon Kitchel said she was nervous as she came to the blocks on Saturday afternoon prior to the 200-yard IM at the IHSAA State Finals.

LEBANON — Zionsville senior Anthony Scales is comfortable with the ball in his hands late in games.

ZIONSVILLE – Four Zionsville football standouts made their college decisions official at a signing ceremony on Friday afternoon.

ZIONSVILLE – There wasn’t much doubt that the Zionsville girls swimming and diving team would win their 15th-straight sectional title.

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AVON – Zionsville’s Anthony Scales was a picture of calm on Thursday night as the clock was winding closer and closer to zero.

WESTFIELD – Scoring droughts hurt the Zionsville girls basketball team on Tuesday night in the sectional quarterfinal against Westfield.

CRAWFORDSVILLE – All season long, the Zionsville wrestling team has been gearing their training toward the post-season, and making sure the team was peaking at the right time.

ZIONSVILLE – After winning four-straight Hoosier Crossroads Conference boys basketball titles the Zionsville Eagles have fallen off this season.

FISHERS – For a half on Friday night, the Zionsville girls basketball team played with, if not better than, the No. 5 ranked and defending state champion Hamilton Southeastern Royals.

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FISHERS – In four of the previous five seasons both Zionsville and Hamilton Southeastern have played games that have come down to one possession or were decided in overtime.

LAFAYETTE – It all started on defense for the Zionsville boys basketball team on Saturday night.

FISHERS – All eyes were on the center two lanes at the Hamilton Southeastern pool for the final race of the day on Saturday afternoon.

ZIONSVILLE - Doug Welch loves where his Zionsville wrestling team is at right now as they are approaching the stretch run of the season.

ZIONSVILLE – So far on the season Zionsville’s boys basketball team has had a tendency to struggle somewhat out of the gate, but that was not the case on Friday night at home against Kokomo.

CARMEL – The Zionsville swimming and diving teams got a good mid-season test on Friday afternoon when they traveled to Carmel for a three-way meet with Carmel and Homestead.

Zionsville wrestlers Logan Wagner and Shane Bates both finished runner-up at the Al Smith Invite in Mishawaka over the weekend.

For the second-straight year, the Zionsville boys basketball team advanced to the championship game of the Bob Wettig Tournament in Richmond.

ZIONSVILLE – It wasn’t really a surprise that the Zionsville swimming and diving teams dominated the Eagle Invite on Saturday.

LIZTON - The Lady Eagles had no answer for Kenna Kirby and the rest of her Tri-West teammates on Thursday night.

ZIONSVILLE – The Zionsville wrestling team saw how the little things can make the difference on Wednesday night when they faced eighth-ranked Avon.

ZIONSVILLE – Gus Hartwig has always done everything he could to become a better football player.

ZIONSVILLE – The Zionsville wrestling team hosted the Eagle Invite on Saturday, their annual individual tournament.

ZIONSVILLE – Friday night was definitely a throwback type of game as Zionsville hosted Class 4A No. 7 rated Culver Academy.

INDIANAPOLIS – The Zionsville girls basketball team knows their margin for error isn’t very big if they are going to win basketball games this winter.

ZIONSVILLE – Erika Wujek has been a valuable member of the Zionsville volleyball program the past two years.

ZIONSVILLE – Anna Murphy had to wait a few years to make her college choice official.

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ZIONSVILLE - The Eagles were 2.3 seconds away from a gut-retching loss in their season opener Tuesday night.

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