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Wrestlers fall to Franklin Central

The New Palestine wrestling team dropped a 52-17 decision Tuesday to Franklin Central. The Dragons are now 10-4 on the season. The Dragons had three victories. Jack Rossell won with a third-period fall at 106. Zach Hoyt also won with a second-period fall at 1:52. Christian White won with a 19-3 tech fall at 132. The

Mid-game run propels girls basketball to HHC victory

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a big mid-game run Saturday to pull away to a 62-45 victory over Yorktown. Playing their first game after seven consecutive contests away from home, NP used a 26-2 run that spanned the second and third quarters to take the lead and put the game away. With three

Wrestlers go 1-2 at Columbus East

The New Palestine wrestling team went 1-2 in a triple-dual Saturday at Columbus East. The Dragons beat Decatur Central 63-11 in their final match. Earlier in the day, they dropped a 61-11 decision to Columbus East and a 39-31 match to Hamilton Southeastern. The Dragons moved to 10-3 on the season. Christian White and Tucker

Girls basketball splits day at Greensburg

The New Palestine girls basketball team went 1-1 in Wednesday’s Greensburg Invitational, placing third in the four-team tournament. The Dragons used a big fourth quarter to pull away to a 54-45 victory over Southport in the consolation game. NP fell 70-55 to Noblesville, which is ranked No. 13 in the IBCA poll, in the opening

Wrestlers win 6-way invitational

The New Palestine wrestling team swept the afternoon to claim the New Palestine 6-way invitational title. The Dragons beat Triton Central 48-24 to open the day. NP then beat Connersville 63-6, Richmond 69-5, Chatard 69-3 and Franklin County 62-12. Five Dragons went undefeated on the day – Christian White (132), Darin Johnson (145), Shaun Glass

Boys basketball bests Bison

The New Palestine boys basketball team took little time getting started in its longest roadtrip of the year Tuesday, besting host Benton Central 77-50. The Dragons used a 19-2 first-half run to seize control of the game and never looked back. Benton Central took an early 7-4 lead on a 3-pointer by Blake Buchanan, but

Boys basketball win streak snapped

The New Palestine boys basketball team saw its four-game winning streak snapped Saturday in a 73-57 home loss to Franklin Central. The Dragons moved to 4-2 on the season. FC led for much of the contest, building a 20-12 lead after a quarter on the back of four 3-pointers. The Dragons cut the Flashes’ lead

Girls basketball falls in conference game

The New Palestine girls basketball team dropped its first conference game of the year Saturday, falling 43-29 at Mt. Vernon. The Dragons held the host Marauders to just 12 field goals for the game, but MV was 13-of-15 from the line. NP fell behind 9-0 early and went scoreless for the game’s first 10 minutes,

Boys swimmers finish fourth in HHC

The New Palestine boys swimming and diving team placed fourth in Saturday’s HHC meet at the NPHS natatorium. The Dragons tallied 233 points. Mt. Vernon won the title with 394, edging out Greenfield-Central (342) and Delta (324). The Dragons finished ahead of Yorktown (226), New Castle (225), Pendleton Heights (211) and Shelbyville (120). Jack Schwartz

Girls swimmers finish fourth in HHC

The New Palestine girls swimming and diving team finished fourth in the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet Friday, tallying 241 points. Pendleton Heights won the HHC title with 393. Greenfield-Central (377) and Yorktown (321) rounded out the top three. The Dragons finished ahead of New Castle (237), Shelbyville (204), Mt. Vernon (199) and Delta (125). Adrianna Huston