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Indianapolis — For the past several years, Indiana has dominated the boys side of the Indiana All-Star games with Kentucky, winning 35 of 40 meetings since 1999.

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Indianapolis — She may not have stuffed the stat sheet like she did for four years at Zionsville, but that doesn't mean that Maddie Nolan enjoyed her Indiana All-Star experience any less.

DeMotte - It just wasn’t meant to be for the Zionsville boys golf team Thursday afternoon at the IHSAA Regional at Sandy Pines.

Bloomington — Drake Sterling couldn't have asked for a much better state meet from his Zionsville girls track team.

Lafayette — The Zionsville boys track and field team will be represented at the State Finals next week.

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Lafayette — Zionsville senior track standout Ella Robinson usually doesn't get nervous before races.

AVON — The seventh-ranked Zionsville girls tennis team fell short of trying to win the school’s first regional title since 2012 Wednesday night.

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Frankfort - The seventh ranked Zionsville girls tennis team had no problems in winning the program’s 19th-straight sectional title.

ZIONSVILLE — The Zionsville boys lacrosse team knew there was little room for error Wednesday night against third-ranked Hamilton Southeastern.

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The Zionsville girls lacrosse team accomplished exactly what they wanted to Monday night in their senior night contest with Avon.

Cicero — Scores were a little higher all around than Zionsville head golf coach Steve Simmons expected Monday afternoon at the HCC Tournament at Bear Slide.

Carmel — In some ways, Saturday’s State Preview was a better field than the State Finals.

Zionsville head softball coach Mike Garrett knew this season was going to be a learning process for his team.

Playing their second game in less than 24 hours, the Zionsville boys lacrosse team used some unfamiliar tactics Saturday afternoon against Crown Point.

Zionsville — Coming off a win over then third-ranked Brownsburg on Monday, the Zionsville boys volleyball team made sure there wasn't a letdown Wednesday evening against Center Grove.

Fishers — The Zionsville girls track and field team had a strong showing in the always tough HCC Meet Tuesday night at Hamilton Southeastern.

Zionsville — Every challenge that has come in front of the Zionsville girls tennis team, they have passed with flying colors.

Zionsville — The Zionsville girls track and field team is heading into its biggest meets of the year with some momentum.

Lebanon — In many ways, the Kent Frandsen Invite, hosted by Lebanon at Ulen Country Club, was a precursor to what the teams can expect at the sectional meet in early June.

Zionsville — Experience played a key role in the fourth-ranked Zionsville boys volleyball team's victory over Covenant Christian Thursday night.

Fishers — When the Zionsville girls lacrosse team plays together as a unit, they are one of the top teams in the state and capable of beating anyone.

Westfield — Zionsville head baseball coach Jered Moore knows that his team has to start playing better in the first game of series.

Westfield — The Zionsville boys lacrosse team knew the challenge that was ahead of them Thursday night when they traveled to Westfield for a Hoosier Crossroads Lacrosse Conference game.

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Lebanon — The 10th ranked Zionsville boys golf team won the Boone County title Monday afternoon at Ulen Country Club.

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Knightstown — Nearly every Indiana high school basketball player has seen the movie Hoosiers, and dreams of having their own Hoosiers-like moment, hitting a big shot in a key moment of a game.

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Pamelia "Pam" Ann Fiscus, 75, of Zionsville, passed away Saturday, June 1, 2019. Pam was born in Warsaw, IN on November 14, 1943, a daughter of the late Zanna and Mary (Myers) Hammer. She married Dr. Clifford W. Fiscus on December 19, 1964. Pam graduated from Mentone High School in 1961, and…