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Tennis blanks New Castle 5-0

The New Palestine girls tennis showed tremendous resilience to brave the cold, snow and windy conditions Friday at New Castle. A changed NPHS team secured a well-deserved 5-0 victory over the Trojans in a Hoosier Heritage Conference clash. NP No. 1 singles player Megan Long produced an improved performance in the tough conditions. A composed Long outplayed

Tennis drops season opener

The New Palestine girls tennis team was beaten 4-1 in the season opener Thursday at Whiteland. NPHS No. 1 singles sophomore Megan Long made an impressive start against Whiteland lefthander Reese Johnson, taking the first five games. The Warrior then changed the momentum of the match as a tentative Long lost 12 games in a row to go

Girls track takes opener, boys third

The New Palestine girls track and field team won its opener Thursday, taking a triangular meet over Greenfield-Central and Shelbyville. The Dragon boys finished third. The NP girls won seven events to tally 72 points to beat G-C (47) and Shelbyville (46). Kaylin Casner and Sophia Taylor were both triple-winners for the Dragons. Casner won

Softball blasts seven homers in season-opening win

The New Palestine softball team picked up in 2018 where it left off the previous season, hitting seven homers Thursday in an 18-0 victory over New Castle. The Dragons, who set a state record for team homers in a state championship season in 2017, wasted little time getting going. NP scored three times in the

Baseball opens with victory

An eight-run third inning Thursday propelled the New Palestine baseball team to a season-opening 11-2 victory over Scecina. The Dragons struck twice in the first, then broke the game open with the big third inning to go up 10-0. NP added another run in the fourth before Scecina scored a pair in the bottom of the inning.

2018 NPHS summer sports camps

Several New Palestine High School athletic teams will be offering summer camps in 2017. Unless otherwise noted, the cost of all camps is $35, with checks to be made out to CSCSHC. The camp sign-up sheets can be found by choosing “camp form.” Boys basketball (camp form) Current grades 1-3: 9-10:15 a.m. June 4-7 at Doe

VB team invites community for June 2 fundraising tourney

The New Palestine and Triton Central volleyball teams will join together to host a fundraising tournament June 2 at the Triton Central fieldhouse. The tournament is open to male and female players, ages 14 and up, of all skill levels. Teams of up to six players may register, with the registration fee of $125 per

Burton selected for IFCA All-Star Game

New Palestine High School senior Landan Burton will play in the Indiana Football Coaches Association’s North-South All-Star Game. Burton becomes the seventh player to represent NPHS in the last five seasons in the game. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound senior had an outstanding season on the Dragons’ defensive line. He had 55 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss and

Cornelius to play softball at Franklin

New Palestine High School senior Samantha Cornelius has signed a letter of commitment to play softball at Franklin College. Cornelius is a senior outfielder for the Dragons. She appeared in three varsity games as a junior, scoring two runs, on a 31-2 state championship team. Franklin is an NCAA Div. III school located in Franklin,

Gwaltney signs to play soccer at Grove City

New Palestine High School senior Holton Gwaltney has signed a letter of commitment to play soccer at Grove City College. Gwaltney led the NPHS soccer team in scoring this past season, tallying 12 goals and three assists in 16 games, helping the Dragons post a 7-9-1 record against a tough schedule. Grove City is an NCAA Div. III