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Track competes on Senior Night

The NPHS boys track and field competed at home Thursday against conference foes Greenfield-Central and Shelbyville on Senior Night. The final tally was GC 94, NP 46, and S 27 The Dragons were led by double event champions Chris Poturalski (200, 4×100) and Adam Brickens (Long Jump, 4×100) and event champions Reid Dye (4×100) and

SB game moved to NPHS

Thursday’s home varsity softball game originally scheduled to be at Warren Central has been moved to New Palestine due to the wet field conditions. The game will begin at 5:30 p.m. at NPHS. This is the Dragons’ third game affected by weather this week. Tuesday’s game against Southport also saw a venue change to NPHS,

Curry, Hiland named HM Academic All-State

NPHS senior basketball players Ryan Curry and Taylor Hiland were named honorable mention Academic All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association. They were among 215 senior boys honored statewide by the IBCA – 35 to the Academic All-State team, and 180 honorable mentions. Curry is headed to Indiana University to continue his academic career. Hiland

Frosh baseball moved to Westfield

Wednesday’s freshman baseball game against Brebeuf has been moved and will now be played on the turf fields at Grand Park in Westfield, due to the heavy rains in Central Indiana earlier in the day. Start time is expected to be the same.

Softball blanks Cardinals

The New Palestine softball team opened its season with a 13-0 win over Southport Tuesday at NPHS. The Dragons scored three runs in each the first and third innings, and followed with a six-run fourth and a one-run fifth. The Dragons played as the visiting team on their home diamond, because the game was initially

Track competes against Greenwood

Monday, April 6, 2015 8:00 PM Place 2 Points 55 Meet Recap The New Palestine Boys Track and Field team traveled to Greenwood and lost 77 to 55. The Dragons were led by triple event winners Chris Poturalski (200, 4*100, and 4*400) and Adam Brickens (Long Jump, 4*100, 4*400) and dual event winner Riley Wilson

Softball opener moved to NPHS

Tuesday’s season opening softball game vs. Southport has been moved to New Palestine High School. The contest was originally to be played at Southport, but is being moved due to weather conditions. The game will begin at 5:30 p.m.

Baseball slams Artesians

Jason Hall-Manley hit a grand slam to start the day, and Zach Lovell followed with a homer to lead the New Palestine Dragons to an 11-1 five-inning baseball victory over Martinsville Monday at NPHS. The Dragons slammed both homers – and scored six runs – before the Artesians recorded their first out. Wes McBride and

Baseball opens with sweep

The New Palestine baseball team opened its season – and the HHC season – with a sweep of Delta on Saturday. The Dragons won the opener 9-0, then took the nightcap 14-7, to open the year 2-0. In the first game, Andy Edwards and Zach Lovell combined on a five-hit shutout. Edwards scattered five hits

Barton concludes successful career

New Palestine boys basketball coach Adam Barton has stepped down from his position as the Dragons’ leader after one of the most successful tenures in NPHS coaching history. Barton informed the team Friday he is stepping down after 10 years as the head coach of the NPHS boys basketball program. Over those 10 years, he