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Girls soccer falls to WC

The NPHS girls soccer team dropped a 7-1 decision to Warren Central Saturday morning. The Dragons took an early lead when Katie Villiger scored on Molly Carpenter’s assist, but the Warriors responded with six goals in the opening half. “There’s not much to say about this game other than we got beat because we simply

Football rips Richmond 42-6

The New Palestine Dragons’ special teams set the table in each half en route to a 42-6 victory over the Richmond Red Devils, giving the No. 3 Senior Chaz Hill broke a fake punt 39 yards for a touchdown on the opening drive of the game, setting the stage for 28 points in the game’s

Soccer ties FC

The Dragon boys soccer team played a 0-0 scoreless tie with Franklin Central on Thursday. Goalkeeper Kyle Rodebeck had the season’s second shutout, and the back line was strong, playing without a sub. Coach Bobby Holden noted the play of Kelson Pike, Brandt Basaran and Alex Warfield in the tie. “It was a hard-fought match

Volleyball aces Warriors

The New Palestine volleyball team had 15 aces in a three-set victory over Whiteland. The Dragons won 25-13, 25-10, 25-14 to improve to 3-0 on the season. The Dragons have won nine of the 10 sets they have played. Sophomore setter Kara Morris had 21 assists, seven digs and three aces. Senior Rachael Wernimont had

Tennis sweeps Shenandoah

The Dragon boys tennis team swept Shenandoah, winning 5-0 Thursday afternoon. All five victories were in straight sets. Brent Barrett and Jake Purcell each won their matches 6-0, 6-0. Coltin Espich won 6-0, 6-3. At doubles. Ben Farley/David Thompson won 6-1, 6-1. Evan Rejer/Josh McKinney won 6-0, 6-2. “We had a pretty solid outing. The

Friday football game notes

Friday football game notes: 2014-08-29-FBvsRichmond Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: Lyboult Field, Richmond HS, Richmond, IN Broadcast: Dragon Radio

Saturday boys soccer game time change

Due to scheduling conflicts at Lawrence Central on Saturday, the varsity boys soccer game will be played first.  The new varsity start time will be 10 a.m. with the JV game to follow immediately after.  

CC teams compete at PH

The New Palestine cross country teams competed in Wednesday’s Pendleton Heights Arabian Roundup. The boys placed fifth of 18 teams, and the girls placed sixth of 17 teams. Sophomore Samuel Voelz was the event’s runner-up, running a time of 17:07. Mt. Vernon’s Aaron Rush (16:40) was the champion. NP junior Riley Wilson was 13th (18:15).

Golf shoots 172 in loss to Fishers

The New Palestine golf team had a solid score in a 166-172 road loss to Fishers. Abby Poole shot 40, Mackenzi Black 41, Cassie Rooks 43, and both Sarah Rose and Bailey Kamp shot 48s. “We played well on the road again,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “We knew Fishers was good and responded with

Tennis blanks Cougars

The Dragon boys tennis team swept Greenfield-Central 5-0 Wednesday afternoon, improving to 2-1 in HHC play and 3-1 overall. At singles, Brent Barrett and Jake Purcell both won 6-1, 6-0, and Coltin Espich won 6-2, 6-1. The No. 1 doubles team of Ben Farley and David Thompson won 6-4, 6-0. Evan Rejer and Josh McKinney