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Girls track wins triangular meet

The New Palestine girls track team won 11 events Tuesday en route to a three-way victory over Roncalli and Franklin Central at Kelso Stadium. The Dragons tallied 71 points to beat Roncalli (53) and FC (22). The Dragon boys finished third in their meet, a close battle with FC (58) and Roncalli (54). NP tallied 43

Shutout sends softball to 10-0 mark

Mackenzie Jones and Kaylea Bullock combined to produce the New Palestine softball team’s first shutout of the season Tuesday, as the Dragons blanked visiting Southport 10-0 in five innings. The contest was played in a steady rain, but it didn’t dampen the Dragons’ pitching. The two combined on a one-hitter. Jones threw 3 1/3 innings

2018 spring schedule changes

Due to inclement weather and other factors, NPHS athletics has made the following changes to the schedule. Baseball V at Knightstown. Scheduled for April 24. Will be played 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 25. V at Brebeuf. Scheduled for April 23. Reschedule date TBA. JV vs. Lawrence North: Scheduled for April 23. Will be played 5:30 p.m.

Softball sweeps Seymour

The Class 3A No. 1 New Palestine softball team continued its stellar start to the season Saturday, sweeping visiting Seymour in a doubleheader. The Dragons won the opener 7-2, then followed with a 19-5 victory in the second game. The Dragons are now 9-0 on the year. In the opener, the Dragons’ powerful offense was held

Track teams finish fifth at FC

The New Palestine track teams finished a combined fifth at Friday’s Franklin Central Lightning Bolt Relays. The Dragons tallied 100 team points, just eight back of third place. Zionsville won with 252 points, Franklin Central second with 164, Greenfield-Central third with 108 and Greenwood fourth with 104. Triton Central was sixth with 28. The boys and girls

Tennis finishes second in county

The New Palestine tennis team finished second in the Hancock County tournament, tallying 18 points. The Dragons advanced to the championship round at four of the five spots. At No. 2 doubles, Sheridan Schrowe and Ashley Truman won the county title with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Mt. Vernon, and then followed with a 6-3, 6-2 victory

Baseball sweeps Marauders to seize HHC lead

The New Palestine baseball team seized the Hoosier Heritage Conference lead Friday, sweeping host Mt. Vernon 8-5 and 4-2 in a doubleheader. The two teams came in as the HHC’s two lone unbeatens through two weeks of conference play, but the Dragons’ victory gives them a two-game edge in the conference. Ninth-ranked NP is 6-0

Softball beats EH for seventh straight victory

Ashley Prange hit two homers and drove in four runs Friday to lead the New Palestine softball team to a 15-2 victory over Eastern Hancock. The Dragons’ record improved to 7-0 with the victory. NP has scored at least 11 runs in each game. Prange’s two homers give her six for the season, tying Michaela

Softball downs MV to stay atop HHC

The New Palestine softball team hit four homers to pull away from Hoosier Heritage Conference rival Mt. Vernon 13-4 Thursday at MV. Michaela Jones homered twice for the Dragons. Jaylin Calvert and Emily O’Connor also touched ’em all in the victory, giving the Dragons a 6-0 mark and a 3-0 HHC record. Jones posted her second

Baseball improves to 10-0

The New Palestine baseball team remained unbeaten Thursday, beating a strong Whiteland squad 11-7. The Dragons jumped ahead with a three-run second inning to go up 5-2. After Whiteland cut it to one, the Dragons scored three in the fourth and added three more insurance runs in the top of the seventh. Jacob Garrison hit