Ann Arbor — Riley Bertram is no stranger to his teams playing well in the post-season.
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.
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.
Lebanon — The Zionsville golf team knew it would have to be on top of its game if they were going to make it out of the sectional Monday afternoon.
Bloomington — Getting ready for the final 300-meter hurdle race of her career, Ella Robinson was cool, calm and collected.
Frankfort - The seventh ranked Zionsville girls tennis team had no problems in winning the program’s 19th-straight sectional title.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Martinsville — For four years, Andy Maguire was able to coach Maddie Nolan, and the Lady Eagles were able to have the most successful run in Zionsville girls basketball history.
This Week's Circulars
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…
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