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Girls soccer advances to sectional final

The New Palestine girls soccer team beat Richmond 3-0 Thursday to advance to Saturday’s sectional championship game. The Dragons will face Mt. Vernon at 2 p.m. Saturday at East Central. Allie Blum, Lexi Baynes and Emmy Giddens each scored for the Dragons, while Anna Luker chipped in two assists. Whitney Miller and Grace Hasenkamp shared

Volleyball falls in regular season finale

The New Palestine volleyball team dropped a 25-20, 23-25, 25-15, 25-20 decision Thursday at Mt. Vernon. The Dragons finish the regular season 23-7. They next play either Warren Central or Lawrence North in the Oct. 17 sectional semifinal at Cathedral.  

Friday football preview: Dragons at New Castle

The New Palestine football team travels to New Castle for the final road game of the 2020 regular season. The Dragons enter with a 5-1 mark and a three-game winning streak, while the host Trojans are 3-3. Game details (5A #4/5) New Palestine Dragons (5-1, 4-1 HHC) at New Castle Trojans (3-3, 2-3 HHC) Time: 7:30 p.m., Friday,

Volleyball pins Lapel

The New Palestine volleyball team swept Lapel 25-9, 25-12, 25-15 Wednesday at Lapel. Jesi Hall tallied 11 kills, while Liv Ellis had eight, Kaelyn Armstrong five and Kennedy Stephenson four. Sarah Adam had 25 assists. Grace Myers led the defense with eight digs. Delaney Safstrom had seven aces. The Dragons JV won 2-0. The Dragons

Schwier competes in tennis sectional

New Palestine senior Ezra Schwier competed in the individual tennis sectional Tuesday, falling 6-0, 6-0 to Noblesville’s Noah Buschong. Buschong entered the day ranked 17th in the state among No. 1 singles players.

Volleyball outlasts Bears in thriller

The New Palestine volleyball team outlasted Shelbyville 25-13, 22-25, 25-16, 18-25, 15-11 in a thrilling five-set match Tuesday. The Dragons’ victory in their home finale improved the team’s record to 22-6 with two regular season matches remaining. Jesi Hall led the offense with 19 kills, three blocks and two aces. Grace Myers tallied 31 digs.

Boys soccer falls in shootout

The New Palestine boys soccer team dropped its sectional opener 1-0 to Richmond in penalty kicks Tuesday. The Dragons and Red Devils played to a scoreless tie through 80 minutes of regulation and 14 minutes of overtime, but Richmond outscored the Dragons 4-3 in the five-round penalty shootout. The Dragons finished their season with a 2-13

Volleyball sweeps Millers

The New Palestine volleyball team swept Noblesville 25-16, 25-19, 25-18 Monday. Grace Myers led the Dragons with 21 digs. Kaelyn Armstrong added 10 digs and six kills. Jesi Hall tallied 17 kills and Liv Ellis 13. Sarah Adam had 31 assists. Rachel Popp had eight digs and two aces. Reagan Kleiman added four kills. “Really

Girls CC claims HHC title

The New Palestine girls cross country team won its third consecutive Hoosier Heritage Conference title Saturday, placing four runners in the top 10 to win by 31 places. The Dragons tallied 43 places to win, ahead of Mt. Vernon (74) and Delta (87). Yorktown (117) finished fourth. Brenna Shaw broke Courtney Edon’s 5K school record

Volleyball claims Richmond title

The New Palestine volleyball team reached the 20-win mark and won its third in-season tournament of the year Saturday, going 4-0 to win the Richmond Invitational. The Dragons won all four matches in straight sets, dispatching host Richmond 25-17, 25-17 in the championship match to claim the trophy. Sarah Adam had 20 assists and six digs and