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Boys soccer falls to Franklin

The New Palestine boys soccer team dropped a 7-1 decision to visiting Franklin Tuesday at Kelso Stadium. Elliott Canova scored the Dragons’ goal, a second-half tally. The Dragons (2-11) conclude the regular season Thursday at Pendleton Heights. They open sectional play Tuesday, Oct. 6 against Richmond.

Volleyball competes against No. 2 Yorktown

The New Palestine volleyball team dropped a 25-11, 25-16, 25-15 decision Tuesday at home against No. 2 Yorktown. Sarah Adam was recognized before the match for recording 1,000 career assists. She then posted a double-double with 10 digs and 17 assists. Grace Myers added 17 digs. Jesi Hall and Liv Ellis led the offense with

Volleyball zaps Flashes

The New Palestine volleyball team beat Franklin Central 25-13, 25-18, 25-21 Monday. Jesi Hall led the offense with 14 kills, while Olivia Ellis and Jada Hausz added nine kills each. Kaelyn Armstrong had eight kills and nine digs. Sarah Adam had a double-double with 35 assists and 10 digs. Grace Myers had 13 digs. The

Girls soccer wins conference finale

The New Palestine girls soccer team won its conference finale Monday, beating host Shelbyville 5-0. Lucy Miller drilled a penalty kick to start the scoring. Cate Black, Allie Blum, Maddy Potter and Lydia Sams also scored for the Dragons, with Sams tallying her first varsity goal. Bethany Aldridge, McKenzie Davis, Moriah Corey and Maggie Murphy

Golf competes at regional

The New Palestine golf team competed at Saturday’s Lapel regional at Edgewood Golf Course in Anderson, finishing 17th of 18 teams. The Dragons tallied 410 strokes, finishing one stroke behind 16th-place Greensburg and five back of 15th-place Hagerstown. NP finished 47 strokes ahead of 18th-place East Central. Noblesville (314), Hamilton Southeastern (324) and Greenfield-Central (345)

Girls CC finishes second at Shelbyville

The New Palestine girls cross country team finished a close second in the large school division at Saturday’s Shelbyville Golden Bear Invitational. The Dragons finished with 79 places, finishing runner-up by two places to Chatard (77). NP placed ahead of Cathedral (92), Guerin Catholic (97) and Mt. Vernon (125) in the 13-team large-school division. Brenna

Volleyball wins New Palestine Invitational

The New Palestine volleyball team dominated Saturday’s New Palestine Invitational, winning two matches to claim the title. The Dragons beat Lawrence Central 25-7, 25-7 in the opening round. Jesi Hall had seven kills and four aces. Reagan Kleiman had six kills and Jada Hausz five. Sarah Adam had 20 assists. Grace Myers had seven digs and

Girls soccer downs Bloomington North

The New Palestine girls soccer team won a 1-0 game Saturday over Bloomington North at Kelso Stadium. Bethany Aldridge scored on a one-touch shot off a feed from Anna Luker for the game’s only goal. Whitney Miller earned the shutout in net. Coach Erin Clark also lauded the defensive effort of Addi Jones in helping seal the

Football wins homecoming tilt

Brendan Tanksley drilled a 33-yard field goal with 10:06 remaining in the game Friday, giving the New Palestine football team the winning margin in a 17-14 victory over Greenfield-Central. The Dragons rallied from 7-0 and 14-7 deficits to tie the game twice in the second quarter on touchdown runs by Lincoln Roth, while the Red

Tennis finishes regular season with victory

The New Palestine tennis team closed out its regular season Thursday with a 4-1 victory at Chatard. Ezra Schwier won a hard-fought 6-0, 6-7(8), 6-2 victory at No. 1 singles. Zach Au added a 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 3. Ethan Haeberle/Will Au won 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(2) at No. 1 doubles to help clinch the