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Varsity softball reschedules Scecina

Due to changes in the Indianapolis city softball tournament, the Dragon softball team has rescheduled its game with Scecina for May 14.  It will be played as the second game of a DH as the Dragons will take on Connersville at 5:30 and then Scecina immediately following at approximately 7:30. 

Baseball wins 3rd straight

The New Palestine baseball team won its third straight game Thursday, beating Batesville 7-4 at NPHS. The Dragons used a five-run fourth to take the lead, and pitchers Andy Edwards and Cody Chandler nailed it down from there. Trailing 3-2, the Dragons came to bat in the fourth and sent 10 to the plate. Edwards

Poturalski leads county chase

New Palestine senior Chris Poturalski led a strong showing at the Hancock County meet, winning Athlete of the Meet and winning two county championships. Kyle Zehner also had a title for the Dragons. Poturalski won the 200 and 400 meter titles, and was also runner-up in the 100 meters. “Chris was sensational,” NP coach Daniel

NPHS earns sportsmanship award

New Palestine High School has been awarded the Crossroads Officials Association’s Sportsmanship Award for 2014-15. The award recognizes the entire athletic program’s character and sportsmanship across all sports, as chosen by the referees and umpires who work games at NPHS and other schools across Central Indiana. New Palestine’s athletes and coaches across all varsity sports,

Baseball blasts Centerville

The New Palestine baseball team used a pair of big innings Tuesday to beat Centerville 10-6. NP scored five runs in the third and four in the fourth, putting 17 people to the plate in those two innings, a run that put the Dragons ahead 10-1. NP had three triples and three doubles to pace

Softball powers past Cathedral

The New Palestine softball team put on a display of power Tuesday and never looked back in a 13-2 five-inning victory at Cathedral. Four Dragons – Madison Whitaker, Brittany Duncan, Ashley Prange and Issy Hoyt – homered in the game, and seven of NP’s 12 hits were for extra bases. The Dragons led 6-0 after

Baseball blasts Warriors

The New Palestine baseball team used two big innings to down Warren Central 14-3 in five innings Monday afternoon at WC. NP scored five runs in the top of the first, and then finished the game with a seven-run fifth. The Dragons also scored twice in the third to take a 7-0 lead. Hogan Fulkerson

Softball blanks Lions

The New Palestine softball team returned to its winning ways Monday with an emphatic 10-0, five-inning win over Rushville. The Dragons scored three runs each in the first, fourth and fifth innings, and a single run in the third. Adie Lorsung helped pace a 17-hit attack, going 2-for-4 with a homer, two runs and four

Dragons get new sectional assignments

The New Palestine athletic teams, and the rest of the IHSAA, received new sectional assignments Monday. These assignments will take effect this fall and be for the 2015-17 school years. The defending 4A state champion football team will compete in Class 5A due to the IHSAA’s Tournament Success Factor, and will be grouped in the

Poturalski wins at Zionsville

The New Palestine boys track and field team competed at the Zionsville Invitional on Friday night finishing sixth out 10 teams. The Dragons were led by 400m champion Chris Pouturalski.