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Golf finishes 12th at state meet

The New Palestine golf team finished 12th in the IHSAA State Finals, shooting a two-day, 36-hole, four-player aggregate score of 740. Evansville North (646) was the state champion. The Dragons were just four strokes shy of a top-10 finish, as Crown Point was two strokes ahead and 10th-place Center Grove shot 736. On Saturday, the

3 all-HHC runners lead CC teams

The New Palestine Dragons had three all-conference runners from Saturady’s HHC meet at New Palestine. In the boys race, two Dragons placed all-conference. Sophomore Samuel Voelz¬† placed fourth with a time of 16:35. He was 23 seconds behind conference champion Aaron Rush of Mt. Vernon. Junior Riley Wilson was 17th with a time of 17:38.

Football sets record in win over Shelbyville

For the second straight week, the New Palestine defense contributed mightily to a record-setting victory, this time forcing six turnovers in a 72-3 win in a driving rain Friday at Shelbyville. NP held Shelbyville to minus-69 rushing yards, forced six turnovers, had five sacks and got on the scoreboard when Gabe Estes recovered a Shelbyville

Golfers 11th after 1st round

The New Palestine girls golf team is 11th at the IHSAA State Finals after the first round. The Dragons shot a 4-player score of 367 over 18 holes at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel. The second, and final, round is Saturday. The Dragons were 13th going into the clubhouse, but vaulted two teams. They

Friday football preview: Dragons at Shelbyville

Click here for the game notes – a 9-page preview of the Dragons vs. Golden Bears #2/2 New Palestine (6-0, 4-0 HHC) at Shelbyville (3-3, 2-2 HHC) Kickoff: 7 p.m. (note the earlier start time) Site: McKeand Stadium, Shelbyville, IN Broadcast: Dragon Radio (more listening options and archives here) Dragon radio coverage schedule 1 p.m.:

Tennis wins sectional title!

The Dragon boys tennis team swept Mt. Vernon 5-0 to win the program’s third consecutive sectional championship. All five Dragons won in straight sets for the second straight match. Singles winners were Brent Barrett (6-1, 6-2), Jake Purcell (6-2, 7-5) and Coltin Espich (6-1, 6-0). At doubles, Ben Farley/David Thompson won 6-3, 6-3 and Josh

VB sweeps Triton Central

The Dragon volleyball team swept Triton Central 25-14, 25-16, 25-17 on the road Thursday night. Kara Morris had 32 assists. Allison Dennemann added 13 kills. Taylor Lawson had nine kills. Madison Harper had six blocks at the net. “Tonight was a great team win,” Dragon coach Kelli Whitaker said. “The girls played so well. They

BSOC falls to Arabians

The Dragon boys soccer team had a second-half lead, but two late Pendleton Heights goals defeated New Palestine 4-3 Thursday night. Bo Owens had two first-half goals, the first assisted by C.J. Ritzi, the second by Ryan Miller, as the teams went into the break even at 2-2. In the second half, Jackson Cochran gave

Tennis on to sectional final

The New Palestine boys tennis team is headed to the sectional final after a 5-0 sweep of host Greenfield-Central on Wednesday. The Dragons are now 17-1 on the season in dual matches, and are scheduled to face Mt. Vernon at 4:30 p.m. today for the sectional championship. NP has won 15 consecutive matches. Winners for

GSOC wins on senior night

The New Palestine girls soccer team posted a convincing 10-0 win over Wapahani on Senior Night. The Dragons have now won seven straight games, outscoring foes 40-1 in those contests. They finish the regular season with a 12-4-0 record and a 5-2 Hoosier Heritage Conference mark. Amy Hilton scored twice and Meaghan Matus had a