The New Palestine girls track team won its third consecutive Hoosier Heritage Conference title Tuesday. tallying 140 points to beat Greenfield-Central by 33.5 points.
Shelbyville (89) was third and New Castle (78.5) fourth.
The Dragons had nine conference champions in the 16 events.
Jordan Reid opened the day by setting a conference record with a 12.14 time in the 100 meters. She bested a mark that had been held for 16 years. Reid then beat her own conference record in the 200, running 25.17.
Sophia Taylor won the 400 in 1:00.28. Kaylin Casner took the 1600 in 5:19.23. Kendall Mann won the 3200 in 11:49.20. Aden Lumbley gave the Dragons another title in the field events, winning the shot put in 37-4.
The Dragons’ team of Maya Hobbs, Addie Halter, Taylor Kelley and Reid won the 4×100 relay in 51.89 seconds, winning by .04 seconds over Shelbyville. Taylor, Williams, Shaw and Reid won the 4×400 relay in 4:07.50 – just three-hundredths shy of the HHC record. The 4×800 relay of Shaw, Grace Voelz, Taylor and Casner won by more than a half-minute, with a time of 10:04.60.
In the 800, Brenna Shaw finished second and Casner third. Maigan Williams was second in the 300 hurdles.
The Dragons next compete Tuesday in the sectional at Shelbyville.