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Balance leads girls basketball in road win

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a fast start, building an early double-digit lead and never looking back Tuesday in a 69-39 victory at Beech Grove. The Dragons scored the game’s first 10 points and built a 16-6 lead after a period. NP extended it to 38-17 at halftime and then used a 21-6

Boys basketball beats Mooresville in OT

The New Palestine boys basketball team rallied from a late deficit to force overtime, then pulled away to a 61-54 victory Monday at Mooresville. The Dragons trailed 43-39 in the fourth quarter after Mooresville opened the final frame on a six-point run. Matthew True scored on a driving shot to cut the deficit to two midway

Weekend events rescheduled

Two NPHS varsity sporting events have been rescheduled. They were both were postponed Jan. 12, 2019 due to a heavy snowfall in Central Indiana. Varsity wrestling will contest the Hoosier Heritage Conference championship Saturday, Jan. 19 at Pendleton Heights, with wrestling beginning at 8:30 a.m. The varsity/JV boys basketball games at Mooresville have been rescheduled to Monday,

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 14 – Jan 20

Jan 15 Girls Varsity Basketball at Beech Grove Sr High School BEECH GROVE SR HIGH SCHOOL 6:00 pm | Beech Grove High School Jan 15 Boys Freshman Basketball at Lawrence Central High School Lawrence Central High School 6:00 pm | Lawrence Central High School Jan 15 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Beech Grove Sr High

Boys basketball takes HHC road win

The New Palestine boys basketball team used a hot start to build a double-digit lead, but strong resilience allowed them to seize a 71-65 victory Friday at Pendleton Heights. The Dragons led 19-5 after a quarter as Matthew True and Dawson Eastes sparked a hot start with two early 3-pointers. True scored six of his game-high

Girls hoops clinches outright HHC title

The New Palestine girls basketball team clinched the outright Hoosier Heritage Conference championship Friday, rallying to beat host Pendleton Heights 52-40. The Dragons, ranked No. 15 in the IBCA poll, improved to 17-2 on the year and finished HHC play 7-0, their first outright HHC title and second overall league title since 1994. NP trailed 11-6

Weekend hoops preview: Dragons at PH/Mooresville

The New Palestine basketball teams will both be in action tonight at Pendleton Heights, with the 15th-ranked girls looking to wrap up an unbeaten HHC championship, while the boys look to improve to 3-1 in the conference. The Dragon boys then travel to Mooresville for a Saturday tilt. Given the possibility of inclement weather Saturday,

Gymnasts win home opener

The New Palestine gymnastics team won its home opener Thursday, beating Shelbyville 98.85-80.85. The Dragons had the top five in the all-around. – Grace Shanahan (35.0), Kennedy Garrett (31.35), Alyse Rickey (30.95), Emma Poag (29.5) and Anna Greiner (28.515). Shanahan won all four events. She scored 8.8 on vault, 8.625 on uneven bars, 8.9 on

Gymnasts open with victory

The New Palestine gymnastics team opened its season Tuesday with a 98.275-94.325 victory at Connersville. Grace Shanahan had two event victories and was the all-around champion with a score of 34.425. She won on bars (8.65) and floor exercise (9.125). Shanahan was also second on beam (8.4) and fourth on vault (8.25). Kennedy Garrett won

Swimmers sweep Beech Grove

The New Palestine swim teams swept a dual meet Tuesday against Beech Grove. The NP girls won 132-47, while the Dragon boys won 105-78. In the girls meet, three Dragons won four events. Maria Virt was part of two winning relays and also won the 100 butterfly and 200 IM. Cassy Moorman also won two relays, the