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Baseball falls in season opener

The New Palestine baseball team dropped its season opener Tuesday at Shelbyville by a 10-3 score. Carter Stogsdill led off the season with a home run on the third pitch of the year, but the Golden Bears responded with three runs in each of the first two innings to take a 6-1 lead. In the

Track teams compete at Chatard

The NewPalestine track and field teams both finished third in a four-way meet Saturday at Chatard. The Dragon boys finished third with 35.5 points, finishing behind West Lafayette (124), Chatard (55.5) and ahead of Cathedral (29). The NP girls finished third with 52 points, behind Chatard (93) and West Lafayette (54) and ahead of Cathedral

Softball moves to 2-0 with victory at Lebanon

The 4A No. 5 New Palestine softball team improved to 2-o on the season Tuesday with a 20-2 five-inning rout at Lebanon. The Dragons scored in each of the game’s five innings, tallying three runs in the opening frame, before adding on five and seven in the next two innings to go up 15-0. Kendal

Softball christens new field with victory

The New Palestine softball team opened its new field Monday with a 4-3 victory over county rival Eastern Hancock. The Dragons jumped out to a quick lead, scoring three in the first inning and adding one in the second to take a 4-0 lead. The Dragons gotĀ five consecutive hits in the opening inning, plating three

Track teams sweep Spartans

The New Palestine track and field teams swept Connersville Tuesday at Kelso Stadium. The Dragons girls won 103-28. The boys won 77.5-54.5. Sydney Miller won the shot put and discus for the Dragons girls. Taylor Kelley won the 100 and high jump. Lexi Baynes was also a double-winner, taking the 200 and 400. Kennedy Garrett

Spring sports schedule changes

TRACK AND FIELD Home vs. Connersville scheduled for March 18 has been moved to 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 17 SOFTBALL The home scrimmage against Perry Meridian scheduled for March 18 has been moved to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 17 BASEBALL The home scrimmage against Lawrence North scheduled for March 20 has been moved to 5:15

Track teams open season

The New Palestine track and field teams opened their season Tuesday with a dual meet against Yorktown at Kelso Stadium. The Dragon girls won 72-58. The Dragon boys fell 82-50. Winners for the Dragon girls were Sydney Miller in shot put and discus, Emily Hunter in the 100 hurdles, Lexi Baynes in the 400, Courtney

Gymnasts finish season at regional

The New Palestine gymnastics team finished its season by placing sixth at Saturday’s Columbus East regional. The Dragons tallied 100.4 points to place sixth. Richmond (107.75) won the regional title, with Columbus North (106.725) and Martinsville (105.475) finishing second and third. Those three teams advance to the State Finals next week at Ball State University.

Boys basketball falls in sectional opener

The New Palestine boys basketball team dropped its sectional opener Wednesday 72-59 to Greenfield-Central. The Dragons took an early lead in the game at Richmond’s Tiernan Center, but fell behind 29-18 at halftime and trailed 37-21 early in the third before a 16-2 run drew NP’s deficit to 39-37 on Steele Brasfield’s 3-pointer. G-C answered

Boys basketball sectional preview: Wednesday vs. Greenfield-Central

The New Palestine boys basketball team begins the defense of its back-to-back sectional championships tonight as it faces Greenfield-Central at Richmond’s Tiernan Center. The game tips off at 8 p.m. The Dragons have won sectional titles each of the last two seasons and enter this year’s tournament with a 14-8 record. NP finished one game