TEAM RECORDS

UPDATED MARCH 2019 (CHANGES IN BOLD TEXT)

GAME

Most Points: 106 v. Thorntown ‘69

Most 3 Point Goals: 15 v. Crawfordsville ‘09

Most Rebounds: 58 v. Hamilton Heights ‘80

Most Assists: 32 v. Crawfordsville ‘09

Best Field Goal %: .688 (22-32) v. Brownsburg ‘93

Best Free Throw %: .944 (17-18) v. McCutcheon ’06

Most Steals: 23 v. South Bend Trinity ‘02

Most Blocks: 9 v. Hamilton Heights ‘87 

 

SEASON

Most Points: (1847) ‘72

Best Average Points:   (80.3) ‘72

Best Average Defense:   (45.5)’14

Most 3 Point Goals:   (176) ‘19

Best 3 Point Goal %:   (41.4% 153-370) ‘10

Most Rebounds:    (848) ‘92

Best Rebounds Average:  (40) ‘70

Most Assist:    (454) ‘95

Best Field Goal %:   (52.1%) (522-1001) ‘94

Best Free Throw %:   (79.4% 428-539) ‘16

Most Steals:    (316) ‘99

Most Blocks:    (94) ’15

 

RECORDS

Best Record:  (24-2) ‘49

Conference Champs:   (6) ’79,’85, ’93, ’94, ’00, ‘09 , '16, '17, '18, '19

Sectional Champs:  (12) ’45, ’47, ’49, ’50, ’53, ’55, ’56, ’58, ’59, ’80, ’86, ‘95, '18, '19

Regional Champs:   (1) ‘53 

 

 

 

 

 

Most Points: 49 (Lawrence Central) Steve Smith ‘69

Most 3 Point Goals:  12 (Noblesville) Isaiah Thompson ‘18

Most Rebounds:  30 (Clinton Prairie) Steve Wood ‘70

Most Assists:  17 (Southmont) Brandon Monk ‘95

Best Field Goal %:  100% 10-10 (Danville) Jim Barrick ‘54 and (Tri- West)   Mark Evans ‘93

Best Free Throw %:  100% (14-14) (Thorntown) Don West ‘55, (Brownsburg)   Matt Garis ’99, (Warren Central) Isaiah Thompson ’18, (Brownsburg) Isaiah Thompson ‘19

Most Steals   9 (Hamilton SE) Kyle Marsh

Most Blocks:   6 (Western Boone, Anderson, Scott County Kentucky) Derrik Smits ‘14 and‘15

Most Pts at Varsity Gym (Old) 49 (Lawrence Central) Steve Smith ’69 

Most Pts: (New Gym)  47 (Lowell) Austin Richie ’10 (by an Opponent); 

40* (Noblesville) Isaiah Thompson ‘18 (by a Zionsville Player)     

 

SEASON 

Most Points: (644) Brad Stevens ‘95

Best Average Points per Game:  (26.8) Brad Stevens ‘95

Most 3 Point Goals:  (88) Isaiah Thompson ‘18

Best 3 point Goal%:  (30 att.)(52.9%)(18-34) Tim Parker ‘88

Most Rebounds:  (303) Steve Wood ‘70

Best Rebound Average:   (14.4) Steve Wood ‘70

Most Assist:    (204) Brandon Monk ‘95

Best Average Assist per Game:  (8.5) Brandon Monk ‘95

Best Field Goal %: (60 Att.)   (71.0%; 49-69) Alex Wall ’05

Best Free Throw %: (50 Att.)   (91.1%; 51-56) Chad Danz ’05

Most Steals:   (78) Derek Bolden ‘97

Most Blocks:   (68) Derrik Smits ‘15

Most Consecutive Free Throws:  (25) Chad Danz ’05 

 

CAREER

Most Points:  (2139) Isaiah Thompson ‘19

Most 3 Point Goals:  (294) Isaiah Thompson ‘19

Best Field Goal %: (100 att.)   (67.2%; 86-128) Alex Wall ’05

Best 3-Point FG%: (100 att.)   (46.5% 140-301) Chris Roberts ‘10

Best Free Throw %: (100 att.)   (86.6% 188-217) Dominic Genco ‘17

Most Rebounds:  (610) Brian Flickinger ’94 and Chris Welker (’10)

Most Assist:  (444) Brad Stevens ‘95

Most Steals:  (156) Brad Stevens ’95, Derek Bolden ‘00

Most Blocks:  (125) Derrik Smits ‘15

 

ZIONSVILLE ALL-TIME SCORING LIST 
1. Isaiah Thompson (’19) 2,139 

2. Brad Stevens (’95) 1,508

3. George Johnson (’65)  1,324

4.  Allen Wharry (’53)  1,310

5.  Mick Pyle (’72)  1,170

6.  Brian Flickinger (’94)  1,066

7.  Ralph Gossman (’74)  1,019

8.  Jim Rosenstihl (’44)  1,000

9.  Walt Robey (’59)   987

10.  Chad Danz (’05)    964

11   Jim Barrick (’56)  958

12. Nathan Childress (’19) 893

13. Jack Isenbarger (’10)  890

14. Dave Eck (’59)   876

15. Matt Hough (’87)   867

16. Dan Hathcoat (’80)  857

17. Chris Welker (’10)  850

18.  Joe Dague (’80) 828

19. Riley Bertram ('18) 811

20.  Jeff Brown (’96)  787

 

 

The High School was established in 1885 and graduated its first class in 1888. At that time it was located in the second-floor chapel of "The Academy", a small, brick, school house built in 1867 on Walnut Hill. Today, that site is the home of Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library. In 1910, it was commissioned as Eagle Township High School. The Chapel building was torn down in 1922 and replaced in 1924. The gymnasium was finished in 1925.

The school remained at that location until 1968 when the first section of the current building was erected on Whitestown Road. In 1970, the name was changed to Zionsville Community High School, when a new school corporation, Eagle-Union Community School Corporation, was formed by the merger of Eagle and Union township schools. The old Eagle Township High School buildings were torn down in 1978, with the exception of the gymnasium. Called the "Varsity Gym" the school continued to use it as the home court of the boys basketball teams into the 1990s. It was torn down to make space for the library's expansion. In 1998 the new varsity gym, located at the Whitestown Road site, opened its doors for the first time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oh Zionsville, we're all for you!
We will fight for the green and silver
For the glory of ZHS!

Never daunted, we cannot falter
In the battle, so tried and true,

Zionsville, oh Zionsville,
Oh Zionsville, We're all for you!

 

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