ZCHS and Carmel to Play in Kid’s Cup Charity Baseball Game


With the goal of raising more than $10,000, the Zionsville High School and Carmel High School varsity baseball teams will once again meet on the diamond in support of Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent.  The charitable fundraiser will take place on Tuesday, April 23rd at 6 p.m. at the Zionsville High School Baseball Complex located at 4400 South 875 East.

Tickets for the third annual ‘Kid’s Cup’ will be available at the gate for $5. Student passes will be accepted. Commemorative wristbands ($3) will be sold before and during the game. In addition, prizes will be awarded each inning. A variety of concessions and kids’ activities will be available before and throughout the game. Game sponsorships are available at various levels. Additional information can be found below (zionsvillecommunitybaseball.shutterfly.com) or by calling Robin Miiller at 317-509-3542. Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent delivers family-centered care to all pediatric members of the community.  The Eagles, led by John Zangrilli, and the Greyhounds, coached by Danny Roman, are honored to ‘Play Ball’ in support of the effort to continue the high quality care synonymous with PMCH.