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Little Lady Dragons Basketball League

Little Lady Dragons Basketball League The New Palestine basketball coaching staff would like to invite 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade girls to join the Little Lady Dragons Basketball League.  Players will be asked to attend a clinic session on September 3rd and the first practice will be the next night.  The cost of the

Girls soccer competes in scrimmage

The Dragon girls soccer team opened the year by competing in a scrimmage Saturday against Heritage Christian. NP was outscored 3-0 in three 25-minute sessions, with the three goals all coming in the middle session played by the New Palestine JV game against mixture of Heritage varsity players and subs. In the two varsity sessions,

NPHS raffling “ice bucket” tickets for ALS

New Palestine High School is raffling tickets to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS research. Tickets are $1 each, with the three winners drawn able to dump the bucket of ice onto either athletic director Al Cooper or basketball coaches Adam Barton and Brian Kehrt during Friday night’s home football opener against Danville.

Soccer team strong in scrimmage

The Dragon boys soccer team was strong in its scrimmage Saturday night, outscoring Heritage Christian 8-0. Jackson Cochran and Ryan Miller each had hat tricks in the contest, and each added an assist. Nick Martin and Matt Ernster also scored for the Dragons. Caleb Kramer, Scott Niehoff, Sam Weber, Bo Owens and James Pridgen had

The week ahead

After two weeks of practice and some scrimmages, this is the first official week of competition for seven of the eight IHSAA fall sports — girls golf is already in swing. The New Palestine teams have been working hard and are ready for the week. Highlights Friday: Football vs. Danville, 7:30 p.m. The season opener

Golfers set school record

The New Palestine girls golf team set an 18-hole school record and won the New Palestine Invitational Saturday afternoon. The Dragons shot a 355 to win the invitational, barely beating Connersville. “The consistency of their play was the key to victory,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. Senior Abby Poole and junior Cassie Rooks each shot

Dragon football dominates scrimmage

The New Palestine football team started the 2014 season strong with a dominant scrimmage performance against the Scecina Crusaders. While no official score was kept, the Dragons scored 10 touchdowns in their allotted 51 plays, and allowed Scecina only one. The varsity offense had eight touchdowns, and the JV offense had two. In addition, NP’s

Dragon football finishes offseason strong

By head coach Kyle Ralph As the spring and summer months rolled on the 2014 version of the New Palestine football team was hard at work in the weight room and outside on the field conditioning making their final push to get themselves prepared. Coming off an impressive victory over four other teams in the

Harp lifts golfers past Cards

Cassidy Harp earned her first varsity medalist honor, leading the Dragons to a victory over Southport Monday afternoon. Harp shot a 46 to lead the Dragons, who shot 191 as a team. Bailey Kamp added a 47, Kora Kropp a 48, and both Savana Rowe and Peyton Chester shot 50s.  

Dragon baseball clinic Sept. 8-22

The New Palestine varsity baseball team is holding its fall clinic on September 8th, 15th, and the 22nd from 6-8 PM at the New Palestine varsity baseball field. Interested players can contact Coach Lyons at