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Dragons drill Danville

NEW PALESTINE – The Dragons scored early and often, beating the Danville Warriors 61-0 in Friday’s season opener at Kelso Stadium. Seven of NP’s nine touchdown drives took less than two minutes – and the other two were completed in less than three and a half. Six different Dragons reached the end zone in the

Tennis tops Tigers

The Dragon tennis team topped the Yorktown Tigers with a 3-2 victory Thursday. The win gave the Dragons their second 3-2 victory in as many matches this year. For the second straight match, the clinching point came from the No. 2 doubles team of Evan Rejer and Josh McKinney. This time, though, they pulled off

Boys soccer at Yorktown postponed

The Dragons boys soccer game scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 21 has been postponed. The game will now be played Saturday, October 4 at Yorktown, with a TBA start time.

Golf bounces back, beats Beech Grove

The New Palestine golf team posted a 180-222 victory over Beech Grove Wednesday afternoon at Hawk’s Tail. Senior Abby Poole was medalist with a 42. Senior Sarah Rose and freshman Mackenzi Black each shot 45s. Carly Jones and Bailey Kamp each shot 48s. “The girls rebounded from Tuesday’s loss (to Noblesville) and got a win

Volleyball sweeps Guerin

The Dragon volleyball team swept Guerin Catholic 25-18, 25-18, 25-17 Wednesday night, moving to 2-0 on the season. NP had a balanced offense led by freshman Allison Dennemann, who had 10 kills. Junior Taylor Lawson added nine kills. Freshman Mia Long had six kills and three blocks. NP pulled away late in the first and

Week 1 football game notes

Click here to read the football game notes for Friday’s game Danville at 4A #3/3 New Palestine Game time: 7:30 p.m. Friday nightLocation: Kelso Stadium, New Palestine HS Broadcast: Dragon Radio

Football ranked No. 3 in both polls

The New Palestine football team is ranked No. 3 in both the AP and IFCA polls released Tuesday. The Dragons finished the 2013 season with a 13-1 record. In each poll, they are behind Chatard and Columbus East. Chatard is No. 1 in the IFCA poll, Columbus East No. 1 in the AP poll. The

Golfers compete against Noblesville

The New Palestine golf team competed against Noblesville Tuesday in a dual match at Hawk’s Tail, with the Dragons falling 165-184. Mackenzi Black shot 44 to lead the Dragons. Cassie Rooks shot 45, Abby Poole 47 and Peyton Hill 48. The Dragons (3-2) next play Wednesday against Beech Grove.

Tennis wins razor-thin match

The New Palestine tennis team opened the year with a razor-thin victory, beating Whiteland 3-2 Tuesday afternoon. Coach Chris Hardin called it a “knock-down, drag-out” match as four of the five matches went to three sets, and two Dragon wins came about as close as it can come. The match came down to the Dragons’

CC teams open year with invitational

The New Palestine cross country teams opened the season by running in the New Palestine Invitational. Both Dragon teams ran as a pack in their first meet, in preparation for Saturday morning’s Harvey Invitational at Brebeuf. The Dragon girls were fifth of five teams. They were led by Mattie Waggoner (23rd), Bailey Wallace (24th), Marissa