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GSOC wins on senior night

The New Palestine girls soccer team posted a convincing 10-0 win over Wapahani on Senior Night. The Dragons have now won seven straight games, outscoring foes 40-1 in those contests. They finish the regular season with a 12-4-0 record and a 5-2 Hoosier Heritage Conference mark. Amy Hilton scored twice and Meaghan Matus had a

VB falls to Yorktown

The Dragon volleyball team had several strong stretches, but eventually dropped a three-set decision to 4A No. 10 Yorktown Tuesday evening. The Dragons fell 25-14, 25-21, 25-12. Allison Dennemann had 16 kills and eight digs. Kara Morris had 25 assists and nine digs. The Dragons (8-9) next play Thursday at Triton Central. Yorktown also won

Owens’ 11-point night fuels boys soccer

Bo Owens had a career night, tallying 11 points — three goals and five assists — as the New Palestine boys soccer team beat Yorktown 10-0 in a game Monday at Yorktown. The victory gave the Dragons two HHC wins in three days, by an aggregate score of 17-0. Owens, a senior midfielder, had four

GSOC wins HHC finale

The Dragon girls soccer team won its Hoosier Heritage Conference finale, beating Shelbyville 5-0. The victory extended NP’s winning streak to six games. They have outscored opponents 30-1 in that stretch. Madison Parish had a goal and an assist. Amy Hilton, Leah Enochs, Katie Villiger and Katie Settergren also scored goals. Enochs’ tally was her

VB falls to Franklin Central

The Dragon volleyball team had strong starts in the first two sets, but fell in four sets to Franklin Central 25-22, 22-25, 25-13, 25-21 Monday. Brianna Kilgore had 20 digs for the Dragons. Kara Morris added 33 assists, and Allison Dennemann had 16 kills. The Dragons are now 8-8 on the season. They next play

Tennis wins, gets sectional draw

The Dragon boys tennis team posted a 5-0 win over Rushville on its Senior Night Monday. NP played a slightly different Senior NIght lineup, but it produced the team’s 16th victory of the season and 14th straight. At singles, Ben Farley won 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1. Jake Purcell and Coltin Espich each won 6-0,

Girls golf advancing to State Finals

The Dragon girls golf team is making its first trip to the IHSAA State Finals. The Dragons advanced out of Saturday’s regional at Westwood Golf Club in New Castle with a third-place finish. The finish came a week after the Dragons won their first-ever IHSAA sectional. The State Finals will be Oct. 3-4 at Prairie

Voelz leads successful CC run at Madison

Samuel Voelz was the individual champion and led the New Palestine boys cross country team to a second-place finish in the Madison Courier Invitational at Hanover. Voelz was one of two Dragons to finish in the top 10 in the boys race. Riley Wilson was ninth. Chase Crowder placed 19th, Drew Legan 28th and Tyler

Boys soccer has perfect senior night

The New Palestine boys soccer team saw seven different players find the back of the net as they beat the Delta Eagles 7-0 in a Senior Night victory on Saturday evening. The Dragons spread the scoring around as they improved to 8-4-2 on the season and 3-2 in HHC play. Kelson Pike and Jackson Cochran

Girls soccer rolls to another W

The Dragon girls soccer team saw its shutout string snapped, but rolled to its fifth straight victory, beating Lawrence Central 5-1 Saturday morning at NPHS. Katie Villiger scored twice – giving her 16 goals for the season. Madison Parish also had two goals, and Amy Hilton added a goal and an assist in the victory.