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Swimmers advance 13 to finals

The New Palestine girls swim team advanced 10 swimmers and all three relays to the finals of the New Palestine sectional from Thursday’s prelims. The finals will be held Saturday morning at the NPHS natatorium. In addition, the Dragons will have eight swims in the consolation finals to determine places 9-16. The Dragons’ top seeds

Gymnasts down Noblesville

The New Palestine gymnastics team won a close matchup Tuesday at Noblesville, winning 96.675-95. Grace Shanahan had two victories for the Dragons, winning the balance beam (8.375) and uneven bars (8.825). She was second in the all-around (33.55). On beam, Taylor Brown placed third (8.0), Emma Poag fourth (7.525) and Rilegh Cox fifth (7.4). On

Girls basketball takes sectional opener

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a 13-point second half run Tuesday to seize control of a 53-32 victory over host Connersville in the opener of the 4A Connersville sectional. The Dragons improved to 16-6 – the first time in school history the team has posted three straight 16-win seasons – and will face

Boys swimmers sweep Rebels, Woodmen

The New Palestine boys swim team beat Roncalli for the first time in 11 years and also knocked off Greenwood Monday in a double-dual meet. The Dragons beat Roncalli 149-139, while beating Greenwood 165-99. Louis Holbrook was a quadruple-winner for the Dragons, winning the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly and two relays. Tyler Corey and

Early barrage boosts boys hoops

The New Palestine boys basketball team hit 3-pointers on its first four possessions Saturday, a 12-point run that propelled the Dragons to a 68-50 victory over Perry Meridian. Junior Matthew True, who hit triples on the Dragons’ first three possessions, scored 14 of his career-high 28 points in the first quarter to stake the Dragons to

Burton wins sectional title; 9 Dragons advance

New Palestine High School senior Landan Burton won the championship at 220 pounds in Saturday’s Shelbyville sectional, as one of nine Dragons to advance to next week’s regional. As a team, the Dragons finished third at the sectional with 165.5 points. Warren Central (279) won the title, with Greenfield-Central (183) finishing second. NP was well ahead

Big first quarter leads boys basketball to HHC win

From the opening tip, the New Palestine Dragons dialed in their defense, and turned steals into hoops to start the game. Then, the 3-point barrage began. By the time the smoke cleared, the Dragons had built a 20-point lead, sending them to a 56-40 road victory at Yorktown. The Dragons improved to 9-6, and moved

Gymnasts sweep Roncalli, Scecina

The New Palestine gymnastics team swept a three-way meet Thursday, tallying 98.625 points to beat Roncalli (96.0) and Scecina (87.175). The victories improve the Dragons’ record to 8-3 on the year. Grace Shanahan won the all-around with a score of 34.275. She had three individual event wins – on floor (8.425), balance beam (8.975) and

Girls basketball wins on Senior Night

The New Palestine girls basketball team made big plays down the stretch and hit key free throws to hold off Ritter 56-52 Thursday in the Dragons’ Senior Night. Before the game, NP honored senior player Emma Grable, as well as managers Jordan Brittsan, Samantha Cornelius and Morgan Deaton. Grable then had a hot start, scoring

Weekend hoops preview: Dragons at Yorktown, vs. Perry Meridian

Friday: New Palestine (8-6, 2-1) at Yorktown (4-11, 0-4) Site: Yorktown High School (directions) F/JV 6 p.m., V 7:30 p.m. Admission: $5 Broadcast: New Pal Radio (click the link to listen. Also, click here for more links & archives) Saturday: Perry Meridian (2-10) at New Palestine (8-6) Site: New Palestine High School F/JV 6 p.m., V 7:30 p.m. Admission: $5 Broadcast: New Pal