The Harbinger

From the Courtroom to the Diving Board

By Rachel Shultz, Student Life Editor

November 15, 2018


Filed under Sports

The ZCHS diving team recently gained two new coaches,  including Lori Schein, a former diver and current candidate for judge for the Boone County Circuit Court. The divers miss their old coach, Coach Connie Rasor,  but are excited to see what the season brings. “I’m really thankful that they stepped u...

Zionsville Football Sectional 10/26/18

By Mikayla Owens, Staff

November 15, 2018


Filed under Sports

The Wild World of NCAA Football

By Tyler Gutwein, Staff

October 22, 2018


Filed under Sports

The college football season is here and many fans alike are excited to root on their team for the rest of the season. A lot of teams are still in the hunt for a bowl game appearance and this early on in the season, it's  impossible to tell who they will be. However, there are notable teams that we will...

NFL Vs HS

By Tyler Gutwein, Staff

October 22, 2018


Filed under SHOWCASE, Sports

It’s fairly well known that high school athletics differ greatly than professional athletics. Whether that is between the physical capabilities of athletes between levels or making a sport easier to watch, there are many reasons for the variations in rules. The National Football League (NFL) is the pr...

To Regionals and Beyond

By Becka Bash, Staff

October 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

Last year, the Zionsville High School girls golf team won the state tournament, and this year they are hoping to continue their legacy as they go through the process of qualifying for state. “I think this season has been a great season. I think we've been our best and really trying hard to p...

Setting Up for A Great Season

By Ruth Cronin, News Editor

October 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

The volleyball team hopes to work together this season and help each other win as many games as possible. “Our volleyball team is determined to play as one team and not as individuals. We obviously want to win as many games as possible and by working together we can achieve this goal,” Isabel...

Running To The Top

Running To The Top

By Cylar Collings, Staff

September 6, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

This year the boys’ cross-country team is working hard to not only make new achievements for themselves but also fight to win state. Mark Rinehart, a freshman on the boys’ cross-country team, thinks he is a good addition to the team because he has worked very hard to make a solid spot on varsity...

Should Athletes be Paid in College?

By Tyler Gutwein, Staff

March 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized

Colleges recruit athletes to play for them and hopefully win a championship. These athletes put their bodies on the line to win. However, they don't get payed to play. While the NCAA wants to maintain amateurism, many players are wishing to be paid, which we have seen with the Ball brothers going to...

Varsity Girls’ Lacrosse 2018 Season

By Catie Shultz, Staff

March 21, 2018


Filed under Sports

The Zionsville Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse Team has once again started off the beginning of their season with a winning streak, undefeated 4-0. Their latest victory came against Harrison Tuesday evening, the final score 17-3. Currently the team is first in the state, after a win against Noblesville last...

Millenials for the Win- or maybe not

Millenials for the Win- or maybe not

By Claire Brewer, Staff

February 25, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized

Redmond “Red” Gerard is the youngest snowboarder to win gold at the Olympics for the US at seventeen years old, and his winning day was pretty hectic. Gerard woke up late because he stayed up too late the night before. Apparently, he was on a Netflix binge with a friend. He only woke up 15 minutes...