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Baseball falls in regular season finale

The New Palestine baseball team dropped a 9-3 decision to New Castle in the regular season finale Saturday. The loss gives the Dragons a 20-6 record for the season, and the Hoosier Heritage Conference champion with an 11-2 record. The Dragons were two games ahead of second-place New Castle, which finishes 9-4. The second game

Softball runs table in HHC

The New Palestine softball team clinched its second straight perfect run through the Hoosier Heritage Conference Friday, beating Delta 13-0 in five innings. The 3A No. 1 Dragons finish the regular season 24-1 and 7-0 in the HHC. NP has won five straight HHC titles and 18 consecutive conference games. Prior to the game, seniors

Golf falls to Rushville

The Dragon golf team dropped a 174-177 decision to Rushville Thursday at Antler Pointe. Peyton Miller was the low Dragon with a 43. Nic Mohr shot 44. Austin Terry and Zach Hoyt each shot 45s. “We played at Antler Pointe and did well except for our putting,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “There are a

Hausz, Austin win sectional titles

Gavin Hausz and Drew Austin won sectional championships for the New Palestine track team Thursday, which finished fifth in the 16-team field at the Warren Central sectional. NP scored 62.5 points. Warren Central was the champion with 150, with Franklin Central (111) and Roncalli (96.5) in the top three spots. Hausz won the sectional title in

Softball cruises to 10-1 victory

The New Palestine softball team rolled to another victory Thursday, beating Lutheran 10-1. The victory improves the 3A No. 1 Dragons’ record to 23-1 with one game remaining in the regular season. The Dragons will host Delta at 5:30 p.m. Friday for Senior Night. The Dragons pounded 12 hits in the game, scoring twice each

Baseball hits 20 win mark

The New Palestine baseball team hit the 20 win mark Thursday, beating Greenwood 13-4. NP is now 20-5 with two games remaining in the regular season – a Friday Senior Night doubleheader against New Castle. The Dragons hit their 20th win with a relentless offense that pounded 17 hits against three Greenwood pitchers, leading to two

Tennis falls in sectional

The New Palestine girls tennis team fell 3-2 to Greenfield-Central in the 1st round of the sectional Wednesday at Mt. Vernon. The Dragons’ No. 1 doubles team of juniors Josee King and Claire Cherry played attacking doubles to defeat G-C junior Kayleigh Stepphenson and senior Haidyn Goodwin 6-2, 6-2. King and Cherry will advance in the IHSAA individual doubles

Softball blanks Indian Creek

The New Palestine softball team jumped ahead early Wednesday and rolled to a 12-0 victory over Indian Creek. Kaylea Bullock and Sydney Anderson combined for a five-hit shutout. Bullock scattered four hits and struck out three in four innings. The Dragons scored four runs in the first and five in the second to take a

Baseball falls in top 10 duel

The New Palestine baseball team built an early five-run lead, but a late rally lifted No. 8 Roncalli to a 13-8 victory over the fourth-ranked Dragons Wednesday. The Dragons led 6-1 after four innings, but the Rebels responded with a six-run fifth to take the lead, and then broke the game open with a five-run

Girls track places second in sectional

Morgan Willard won a sectional championship in the high jump, leading the New Palestine girls track team to a second-place sectional finish Tuesday at Shelbyville. Willard cleared 5-foot-3 to win the high jump sectional title, the Dragons’ lone individual champion. However, NP had four runner-up performances – including all three relays – and four more third-place finishes.