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Five Dragons sign college letters

Five New Palestine athletes signed letters of intent to play collegiately Wednesday during the first day of the fall signing period. Four are members of the Dragons’ state championship softball team, while a fifth is a member of the Dragons’ two-time sectional championship soccer team. Tatum Biddle signed to play softball at Northern Kentucky University Jaylin Calvert signed

Swimmers split with LC, Shelby

The New Palestine girls swim team split a triple-dual meet Tuesday with Lawrence Central and Shelbyville. NP beat LC 51-41, while falling to host Shelbyville 52-41. Overall victories for the Dragons went to Maria Virt in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle and Jessica Rogers in the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly. They were both triple-winners,

Girls basketball zaps Flashes

The New Palestine girls basketball team beat Franklin Central 58-33 Tuesday to improve to 4-0 on the season. The Dragons used an 18-6 second quarter to pull ahead 27-13 at hte break, and then extended the lead to 49-21 after three. NP had a three-point barrage in the game, hitting nine shots from beyond the

NPHS selling advance semistate tickets

New Palestine High School athletics is selling advance tickets for Saturday’s IHSAA semistate game between the Dragons and Michigan City. Tickets are $10 and are available in the NPHS athletic office from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. each weekday this week. The game will kick off at 4 p.m. Saturday at NP’s Kelso Stadium. Because this is

NPHS announces basketball schedule changes

Due to New Palestine’s extended participation in the IHSAA football tournament, the school has made multiple schedule changes. The IHSAA football semistate game between the Dragons and Michigan City will be played at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 at Kelso Stadium. The girls basketball game at Lawrence North scheduled for that day has been moved up

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 12 – Nov 18

Nov 13 Coed Varsity Swimming at Lawrence Central/Shelbyville (Girls) 5:30 pm | Shelbyville High School (Pool) Nov 13 Girls Varsity Swimming at Lawrence Central/Shelbyville (Girls) 5:30 pm | Shelbyville High School (Pool) Nov 13 Boys Varsity Swimming at Lawrence Central/Shelbyville (Girls) 5:30 pm | Shelbyville High School (Pool) Nov 13 Girls Varsity Basketball at Franklin

Girls basketball beats Southport

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a strong start to take a lead Saturday, then pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat Southport 62-40. NP built a 14-7 lead after a quarter and maintained it, before outscoring the Cardinals 18-6 in the final period to pull away to the victory. The Dragons led 30-24

Football seizes regional championship

The New Palestine football team is headed back to the semistate after a 31-7 victory over Harrison in Friday’s regional championship game. The Dragons used a punishing ground game to pull away from a close contest, as Harrison used a ball-control offense to chew up yardage and clock. The top-ranked Dragons (12-0) will host No. 3 Michigan City (10-2) in

Regional football preview: Dragons at Harrison

The Dragons travel to Harrison (West Lafayette) for the Class 5A regional this Friday. Game details Class 5A regional championship No. 1/1 New Palestine Dragons (11-0, 7-0 Hoosier Heritage) at Harrison Raiders (6-5, 4-3 North Central) Date: 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9 Site: Harrison High School, 5701N 50W, West Lafayette (directions) Parking is available on the north, west and east

Girls basketball rolls in home opener

The New Palestine girls basketball team posted its second straight lopsided victory to open the season Wednesday, beating Greenwood 74-31 in the Dragons’ home opener. NP jumped out to an early double-digit lead and led 20-10 after a quarter. A big second-quarter run pushed the edge to 41-17 at the half and 61-26 after three. Junior