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Golfers fall at HSE

The New Palestine golf team dropped a 160-177 decision Wednesday at Ironwood against Hamilton Southeastern. Chris Guhl was the low Dragon with a 41. Quinn Dobbins and Josh Shinkle each shot 44. Matt Barada added a 48. “We played the most difficult nine at Ironwood – the lakeside nine – and our results showed it,” NP

Calvert’s two blasts lead softball over Zionsville

The No. 1 New Palestine softball team was dominant again Wednesday, beating host Zionsville 21-1 in five innings. The Dragons were scoreless in the first, but took a 4-1 lead in the second. NP then scored eight runs in the third and nine in the fifth. Calvert homered twice for the second straight day. Emily

Golf downs FC

The New Palestine golf team shot 169 Tuesday to beat Franklin Central 169-203 in a nine-hole match at Smock Golf Course. Josh Shinkle led the Dragons with a 37, tying his personal-best score to become the match medalist. Quinn Dobbins, Chris Guhl and Braeden Baker each shot 44 for the Dragons. “We played at Smock

Track teams sweep Falcons in last event

The New Palestine track teams both went down to the last event – the 4×400 relay – Tuesday to clinch victories over Perry Meridian. The Dragon boys won 68-63 when Josh Collins, Carson Sams, Dylan Harsin and Drew Austin won the 4×400 relay. The Dragons won 10 events in the meet. Ryker Large won the

Mack’s homer leads baseball to win at Cathedral

Sophomore Noah Mack hit a leadoff homer in the sixth inning to give the New Palestine baseball team a lead it wouldn’t relinquish in a 4-3 victory at Cathedral. With the game tied 3-3, Mack hit the first pitch of the sixth inning over the leftfield fence to give NP the lead. The homer was the first

No. 1 softball hits six blasts in victory over No. 3 Yorktown

The No. 1 New Palestine softball team hit six homers Tuesday, including a first-inning grand slam by Jaylin Calvert, to take command in a dominant 17-0 victory over Yorktown. The Dragons scored in every inning, opening with a seven-run first. Calvert’s grand slam was followed by Raegan Hiatt’s three-run shot, giving NP an early 7-0

Baseball falls to Whiteland

The New Palestine baseball team dropped an 11-2 decision Monday at home to the Whiteland Warriors. The Dragons drew an early lead when Trevor Rush singled and scored from first when Jack Walker singled into the left-centerfield gap. When the leftfielder bobbled the ball, Rush rounded third and came home. However, Whiteland answered with four

All Teams Schedule: Week of Apr 15 – Apr 21

Apr 15 Boys Varsity Golf vs. Triton Central High School TRITON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 4:00 pm | The Links Golf Club Apr 15 Girls Junior Varsity Softball at Westfield High School Westfield High School 5:30 pm | Prairie View Golf Club Apr 15 Boys Junior Varsity Baseball at Scecina Memorial High School CANCELED – SCECINA

Track shines at showcases

The New Palestine track teams both shone Friday at two different showcase events. At the Flashes Showcase distance event at Franklin Central, which features several of the state’s top distance runners, the Dragon boys 4×800 relay team of Josh Collins, Owen Kleine, Carson Sams and Devon Whitaker ran 8:26, winning its heat and finishing third

Baseball breaks out bats in twinbill sweep

The New Palestine baseball team used a plethora of big innings Friday in a doubleheader sweep of Yorktown. Playing their home opener, the Dragons won Game 1 16-2 in five innings, then followed with a 9-0 victory in the nightcap. In Game, the Dragons wasted little time getting started, scoring five runs in each of