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Softball wins matchup of 3A’s top two teams

The Class 3A No. 1 New Palestine softball team used a three-homer second inning Tuesday to take command in a 15-8 victory over No. 2 Yorktown. The victory gave the Dragons a 4-0 record and a 2-0 mark in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. The Dragons’ season-long power surge continued as they hit four homers in the game.

Baseball knocks off No. 1

The New Palestine baseball team started and finished with a bang Tuesday, beating No. 1 Cathedral 4-3 in a matchup of ranked teams. The ninth-ranked Dragons improved to 9-0 on the season with the victory. The Dragons started with a blast – a pair of them, in fact. Nick Rusche hit a long double to right-center to

2018 spring schedule changes

Due to inclement weather and other factors, NPHS athletics has made the following changes to the schedule. Baseball V at Whiteland: Scheduled for April 16. Will be played 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19 JV vs. Scecina: Scheduled for April 16. Will be played 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 26 C team at Center Grove: Scheduled for April

Golf shoots 345 at Hickory Stick

The New Palestine boys golf team shot a 345 at Saturday’s Center Grove Invitational at Hickory Stick Golf Club in Greenwood. The Dragons shot their best-ever score in that event. While finishing last in the field, they were closer to the teams ahead of them than before. Elijah Domogala led the Dragons with a 78,

Austin, Crowder win events at Midwest Prep

Two New Palestine athletes posted victories as the Dragons had a strong showing at the Midwest Prep Invitational at Lawrence Central. One of the top events in the region, the Midwest Prep brings together several high-level teams and athletes. Victoria Crowder won the 400 meters with a 1:01.68. Drew Austin also brought home a title with

Baseball improves to 8-0 with sweep

The New Palestine baseball team improve to 8-0 on the season Friday with a doubleheader sweep at Yorktown, winning 10-0 in the opener, and following with a 13-3 victory in the nightcap. Both games were six-inning contests due to the mercy rule. The Dragons are now also 4-0 in Hoosier Heritage Conference play, one of two teams to

Tennis falls to FC

The New Palestine girls tennis team was defeated 4-1 by a more experienced Franklin Central Flashes team Friday at FC. Dragon senior Ivey Simmons fully deserved her straight set victory over freshman Flashes Sabrina Mullen, winning 6-4, 6-3 in a tough groundstroke battle for the Dragons lone individual victory. NP’s No. 1 singles player, sophomore Megan Long, was

Golf posts first victory

The New Palestine golf team posted its first victory of the 2018 season Thursday, beating Knightstown 186-226 at Royal Hylands. Josh Shinkle led the Dragons with a 43 and was match medalist. “We played our second six at Royal Hylands and had a great showing,” coach Gregg Greene said. “It was great to see our depth

Tennis falls to Park Tudor

The Dragons girls tennis team lost 4-1 Thursday at Park Tudor Thursday but put up a spirited fight against the Panthers, The Dragons’ No. 2 doubles pairing of junior Sheridan Schrowe and sophomore Ashley Truman won an exciting three-setter against Panthers sophomore Claudia Siegal and senior Sally Root. Schrowe and Truman showed tremendous defensive qualities to survive

Nine-run inning, five-homer effort carries softball

The New Palestine softball team scored in every at-bat, including a nine-run second inning, in Thursday’s 19-8 five-inning victory over Hamilton Southeastern. NP again went deep often, hitting five homers and seven extra-base hits in the victory. The Dragons scored at least three runs in every inning. The Dragons’ victory was the team’s third, with