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Volleyball sets marks with victory over Lutheran

Several New Palestine volleyball players posted career highs Wednesday in a 22-25, 25-16, 25-14, 25-20 victory over Lutheran. Kaelyn Armstrong posted a double-double for the Dragons with 12 digs and a career-high 15 kills. Grace Myers led the Dragon defense with a career-high 28 digs. Makaylah Flagle had 14 digs. Up front, Rachel Popp had

Tennis posts victory over Bears

The New Palestine tennis team defeated Lawrence Central 4-1 Wednesday in a series of very competitive matches. The Dragons swept the singles. Ben Blachly led the way at No. 1 with a solid 6-2, 6-2 victory. Colin Darley had a tough battle and won 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 at No. 2. Zach Au outplayed his foe

Golf wins at Richmond

The New Palestine golf team posted a 181-189 victory Wednesday over Richmond at the Richmond Elks Club. Annaliese Fox was match medalist with a 36. Izzy Gray shot 45, Megan Diller 48 and Zoe Nelson 52. The Dragons travel to Shelbyville for a 4:30 p.m. Thursday match.

Girls soccer falls at MV

The New Palestine girls soccer team dropped a 2-0 decision Wednesday at Mt. Vernon. The Dragons were able to keep the Marauders from getting quality shots on goal, but were unable to get their offense going. Whitney Miller tallied 10 saves in goal. The Dragons are back in action at 2 p.m. Saturday at Roncalli.

Boys soccer drops 1-0 decision

The New Palestine boys soccer team played a strong defensive game Tuesday, but fell 1-0 at New Castle. The Dragons are next in action Thursday at home against Shelbyville. The JV match kicks off at 5:30 p.m., followed by the varsity.

Golf falls on road

The New Palestine golf team ran into two top teams and a tough Prairie View course Tuesday, finishing third in a triangular meet. NP shot 204 to finish behind Westfield’s 163 and Hamilton Southeastern’s 179. Annaliese Fox was co-medalist with a 37. Izzy Gray shot 48, Megan Diller 57 and Michaela Purnell 62. The Dragons

Tennis falls to Whiteland

The New Palestine tennis team dropped a 5-0 decision to a talented Whiteland squad Monday afternoon. At No. 1 singles, Ben Blachly faced a state-ranked opponent and had several great points in a 6-4, 6-0 loss. Colin Darley and Zach Au also fell in straight sets despite playing competitive tennis. The doubles teams were also

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 09 – Sep 15

Sep 09 Boys Junior Varsity Tennis vs. WHITELAND COMMUNITY HIGH SCH 5:00 pm | New Palestine High School Sep 09 Boys Varsity Tennis vs. WHITELAND COMMUNITY HIGH SCH 5:00 pm | New Palestine High School Sep 09 Boys Freshman Football vs. Yorktown High School Yorktown High School 6:00 pm | New Palestine High School Sep

Fox sets 18-hole mark, Dragons win Shelbyville Invitational

Senior Annaliese Fox set the 18-hole school record with a 68, leading the New Palestine golf team to the Shelbyville Invitational championship Saturday at River’s Edge in Shelbyville. Fox shot six birdies and two bogeys in her four-under par round. She one-putted six times and three-putted only twice. Her score broke the 18-hole school record by

Cross country teams have strong showing at Marion

Running in one of the state’s biggest meets, the New Palestine girls cross country team finished 12th in the elite division at Saturday’s Marion Invitational. The Dragons tallied 365 places in a division with several state championship contenders. Brenna Shaw led the way for the Dragons with a 35th place finish (19:36.8). Emma Mann was 60th (20:14.2),