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Golf shoots best score of year at Noblesville

The New Palestine golf team shot its best score of the young season Thursday at Fox Prairie, but fell to Noblesville and Westfield in a three-way match. The Dragons shot 217, while Noblesville won with a 197 and Westfield shot 198. Megan Diller and Abby Belgin led the Dragons, each shooting 52. Hanna Beller shot

2020-21 season/complimentary pass announcement

Due to capacity limitations placed by state government and the Hancock County Health Department, New Palestine High School will not be selling all-sports passes or student passes for the 2020-21 school year. NPHS will also not be able to honor complimentary senior passes or admission for staff members with IDs. All persons entering NPHS sporting events

Football scrimmage information

The New Palestine football team will open its season at 7 p.m. Saturday at Kelso Stadium with a controlled scrimmage against Scecina. The scrimmage will be limited to 500 spectators, due to Hancock County Health Department crowd restrictions. Each football player and cheerleader will be allotted four tickets for purchase at $5 each. Everyone must have

Golf cards first victory

The New Palestine girls golf team posted its first victory of the season Tuesday, beating Greenwood 226-242 at Valle Vista. Megan Diller led the Dragons with a 53. Hanna Beller added a 55, Abby Belgin shot 57 and Kate Stanfield 61. Ava Hasecuster’s 63 rounded out the Dragons’ five. Lauren Appleby’s 57 led the Dragon JV.

Golf opens season at Fishers

The New Palestine girls golf team opened its season Thursday with a 195-223 loss to Fishers at Gray Eagle. Zoe Nelson led the Dragons with a 52. Megan Diller shot 54, Abby Belgin 57, Hanna Beller 60 and Ava Hasecuster 63. The Dragon JV fell 231-251, led by Kate Stanfield’s 61 and Lauren Appleby’s 62.

Fall virtual parent meeting

Join New Palestine High School athletic director Al Cooper and assistant athletic director Jeff Wright for the virtual parent meeting. It contains everything families need to know to prepare for the 2020-21 athletic season.

Senior spotlights

View the Dragon athletics senior spotlights below. We are also posting these to our Twitter page, twitter.com/nphsdragons

Boys basketball regional POSTPONED

UPDATE: As of noon Friday, March 13, the IHSAA boys basketball tournament has been postponed.  From the IHSAA: “Due to the number of schools closing after today for an extended period of time, it has become apparent the IHSAA boys basketball tournament series cannot be completed as scheduled. Subsequently, the boys basketball tournament is postponed immediately.”   Game

IHSAA announces limited spectator policy for tournaments

The IHSAA has announced a policy limiting spectators for its upcoming tournaments as the state seeks to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. For Saturday’s boys basketball regional, admission will be restricted to the participating teams, essential personnel, credentialed media and close immediate family members of the players, with a maximum of 75 per

Shanahan advances to gymnastics State Finals

New Palestine senior Grace Shanahan will compete in Saturday’s IHSAA State Finals at Worthen Arena in Muncie after advancing from Monday’s Columbus East regional. Shanahan placed third in the all-around at the regional, tallying a score of 36.375. The top six placers from each event and the all-around move on to the State Finals. As