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Volleyball falls to Flashes

The New Palestine volleyball team dropped a 25-14, 25-19, 25-20 decision Monday at Franklin Central. Kaelyn Armstrong had eight kills and eight digs. Grace Myers added 12 digs. Sarah Adam had five kills and 21 assists. McKaylah Flagle added six digs. The Dragon JV won 2-1. The Dragons are back in action tonight at defending

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 30 – Oct 06

Sep 30 Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball at Franklin Central High School Franklin Central High School 5:30 pm | Franklin Central Sep 30 Girls Varsity Volleyball at Franklin Central High School Franklin Central High School 5:30 pm | Franklin Central High School Sep 30 Girls Freshman Volleyball at Franklin Central High School Franklin Central High School

Fox clinches return visit to State Finals

New Palestine senior Annaliese Fox clinched a return visit to the IHSAA State Finals, shooting a 73 in Saturday’s Lapel regional. Fox shot 39 on the front nine and 34 on the back in the regional, held at Edgewood Golf Course in Anderson. She finished tied for fourth overall, five strokes behind regional champion Yanah Rolston

Shaw leads strong CC showing at Shelbyville

Brenna Shaw won the individual title Saturday in the 16-team Shelbyville Golden Bear Invitational, leading a strong New Palestine showing at the event. Shaw ran the 5K at the Blue River cross country course in 19:13.47, winning the title by eight seconds. Emma Mann was third, running 19:26.73. They led the Dragon girls to a

Volleyball finishes second in tourney

The New Palestine volleyball team finished as the runner-up of Saturday’s New Palestine Invitational, going 2-1 on the day. The Dragons opened play with a 25-17, 25-10 victory over Lawrence Central. Reina Amones had four aces. Kaelyn Armstrong and Jesi Hall had seven kills each. Kennedy Stephenson added four kills, while Sarah Adam had 18 assists.

Girls soccer declaws Bears

The New Palestine girls soccer team dominated possession Saturday en route to a 2-0 victory over Lawrence Central. NP allowed the Bears just two shots on goal, with Whitney Miller, Haley Weinrich and Riley Moss all taking time in goal to combine for the clean sheet. Addie Halter started the scoring when Moriah Corey slipped

One for the ages: Football nabs 60th straight victory

The New Palestine football team had a victory for the decades Friday night, beating Greenfield-Central 68-0. The Dragons accomplished something that hadn’t been done in more than two decades – extend a regular-season winning streak to 60 games. The streak, which began in 2013, ties Bloomington South (1967-73) for the second-longest in state history. Penn

Tennis wins on senior day

The New Palestine tennis team honored its seniors Thursday and finished its home schedule with a 3-2 victory over Chatard. Ben Blachly won 6-3, 6-1 at No. 1 singles. Colin Darley posted a 6-0, 6-1 victory at No. 2 singles. Ezra Schwier/Ethan Haeberle won 7-5, 6-4 at No. 1 doubles to clinch the victory in the

Volleyball falls to No. 1 New Castle

The New Palestine volleyball team dropped a 25-11, 25-3, 25-18 decision Thursday to 4A No. 1 New Castle. Reagan Kleiman had six kills to lead the attack, doing so on eight attempts. Kaelyn Armstrong had five kills, while Kennedy Stephenson had two blocks. “They are No. 1 in the state for a reason,” Dragons coach

Friday football preview: Dragons at Greenfield-Central

The New Palestine football team hits the road for the first time in four weeks, visiting county rival Greenfield-Central. The Dragons enter the week seeking their 60th straight regular-season victory, which would tie Bloomington South (1967-73) for the second-longest streak in state history. NP has defeated G-C eight straight times. GAME DETAILS 5A No. 1/1