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Coaches Bowl Over Players to Win Crown

On Monday afternoon, the New Palestine boys’ basketball team changed up their practice routine and traded in the basketballs for bowling balls.  After being challenged by the players, the Dragons’ coaching staff combined to win Game 1 by a slim margin and then dominated the players’ teams in Game 2 to capture the team championship

Pioneers Over Dragons at BLF

The New Palestine Dragons boys’ basketball team visited Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday night to face the Mooresville Pioneers.  In a hard-fought battle of two high-scoring teams, the Pioneers came away with a 63-56 victory in the nightcap of a full day of high school games on the Indiana Pacers’ home court. The Dragons (9-9)

GSW: Dragons place 3rd at sectional

The New Palestine girls swim team placed third at Saturday’s New Palestine sectional, tallying 285.5 points. Greenfield-Central (444.5) won the title, with Mt. Vernon (368) second. Connersville (224.5) was fourth, New Castle (221) fifth, with Centerville (179), Hagerstown (160.5), Richmond (99), Eastern Hancock (78) and Rushville (60) rounding out the team scoring. The Dragons were

Gymnasts win Rushville Invitational

The New Palestine gymnastics team remained unbeaten Saturday, winning the Rushville Invitational. The Dragons tallied 103.475 points to beat Muncie Central (91.425), Shelbyville (83.55), Morristown (76.1), Rushville (71.35) and Cambridge City Lincoln (70.65). Kate Fee won three events and the all-around title with a score of 34.7, with Regan Elsea also getting a victory. Tara

Wrestlers advance 6, place 3rd at regional

The New Palestine wrestling team placed third at Saturday’s Perry Meridian wrestling regional, tallying 116.5 points. Perry Meridian (207) won the title, with Warren Central (174) was second. The Dragons more than doubled-up fourth-place Roncalli (48). Of the nine Dragons who competed Saturday, six clinched berths in next Saturday’s New Castle semistate, including three regional

Dragons Win & Scoring Record Falls!

On Friday night, the New Palestine boys’ basketball team visited Hoosier Heritage Conference rival Shelbyville and the Dragons picked up a thrilling, record-breaking 96-81 victory over the Golden Bears. New Palestine’s 96 points were the most points scored in a game since the 1988-89 squad broke the century mark in a 105-89 win over the

Weekend boys basketball preview

The Dragon boys basketball team is on the road for two games this week, diving back into conference play on Friday before heading to the home of the Pacers on Saturday for the program’s first non-tournament neutral-site game since 1991. Both games will be broadcast LIVE on Dragon Radio (click here to listen) Click here

GSW: Dragons advance to finals in 11 events

Several New Palestine swimmers advanced to the finals from Thursday’s girls swimming sectional preliminaries. The Dragons will have six individual swimmers in the finals in eight events, as well as all three relay teams. There will be Dragons in 15 slots in the consolation finals. Senior Erin Trimpe will be the top seed in the

GBB: Dragons close regular season with win

The Dragon girls basketball team closed the regular season with an emphatic 56-47 victory at Connersville Tuesday night. It was the Dragons’ first victory over Connersville in three tries. NP trailed by eight in the second quarter, but rallied to take a 34-30 lead at the end of the third and outscored the Spartans 22-17

GYM: Dragons beat Millers

The Dragon gymnastics team continued its strong start to the season with a 104.425-93.3 win over Noblesville Tuesday at NPE. The Dragons again won all four events, with Kate Fee (34.675) and Tara Morey (33.225) finishing 1-2 in the all-around. Regan Elsea won three events – the uneven bars (8.825), balance beam (9.5) and floor