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Tennis falls to Delta

The New Palestine Dragons varsity girls tennis team were outplayed by a more experienced Delta Eagles team and lost 5-0 Thursday in a Hoosier Heritage Conference match. No. 1 singles for the Dragons, Amelia Fleetwood, played sophomore Ellie Snider, who controlled the play with her angled ground strokes. Fleetwood could not find her rhythm and was […]

Softball maintains HHC lead

The New Palestine softball team improved to 4-0 in the Hoosier Heritage Conference Thursday with a 9-1 victory over Shelbyville. The Dragons are now 14-2 on the season. The Dragons blasted three homeruns, with Ashley Prange hitting her 11th homer of the season. Emily O’Connor hit her eighth and Abby Davis her first. Prange has […]

Softball wins battle of top-five teams

The 3A No. 1 New Palestine softball team won a battle of top-five squads Wednesday, beating 4A No. 3 Center Grove 5-4 at NPHS. The Dragons won with a steady offensive attack that set the tone with a three-run first to take an early 3-2 lead, then broke a 3-all tie with single runs in the […]

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Baseball improves to 12-2

The fourth-ranked New Palestine baseball team improved to 12-2 on the season Wednesday with an 8-1 victory at Connersville. The Dragons jumped ahead early, taking a 3-0 lead after two innings. A four-run fourth broke it open, giving NP a 7-1 edge. Junior Nick Rusche paced the Dragons’ eight-hit attack, going 2-for-4 with a double, triple, […]

Tennis stings Hornets

The New Palestine girls varsity tennis team beat the Beech Grove Hornets 5-0 Wednesday to extend its record this season to 7-2. No. 1 singles player for NPHS, Amelia Fleetwood, was awarded the Dragons Player of the Match for her 6-1, 6-1 win over Mariah Murdock. Fleetwood was more consistent in the ground stroke rallies and dictated […]

Best of the Best: Indiana’s Top Sports Story – Presented by VNN

April’s top story from across Indiana comes from New Castle High School in New Castle, where middle schooler Sean Roan broke current Varsity Basketball coach Daniel Cox’s long-standing New Castle Middle School 1600M record. Sean Roan King of the 1600 Originally posted at When people in New Castle hear the name Daniel Cox they […]

Tennis sweeps Cougars

The Dragons varsity girls tennis team continued its impressive form Tuesday when it beat the HHC rival Greenfield-Central Cougars 5-0 – improving the team’s record to 6-2 for the season. No. 1 singles for the Dragons, Amelia Fleetwood, played aggressively and dominated junior Lindsey McCord with penetrative ground strokes. playing with improved confidence, Fleetwood returned and served well […]

Gizzi to lead Dragon girls basketball

New Palestine’s new girls basketball coach is a familiar face. Sarah Gizzi, the all-time leading scorer in the program’s history, has been named the new varsity girls basketball coach. Gizzi has been a part of the Dragons program at all levels, most recently as the head coach of the Doe Creek Middle School eighth-grade team. Gizzi was […]

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Voelz, Eagleson smash track records

The New Palestine track team set two records, including shattering a 21-year-old mark, in Monday’s triangular meet at Franklin Central. Caleb Eagleson broke Lincoln McKinley’s mark in the 3200 meters that had stood since 1996. Also, Sam Voelz became the 800 meter school recordholder. Eagleson ran the two-mile in 9:33.13, breaking one of the oldest […]

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Tennis posts big HHC victory

The Dragons girls varsity tennis team played with determination and courage to pull off a stunning 3-2 victory over the Yorktown Tigers Monday. The match was played In warmer weather conditions.This win is a huge boost in confidence for the New Palestine girls.. No. 1 singles for NPHS Amelia Fleetwood struggled to find her timing and […]

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    Baseball: NP vs GC DH canceled for today. Will be played at 5 p.m. Monday. Go Dragons!

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