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Crowder’s hat trick fuels girls soccer victory

Senior Victoria Crowder had a hat trick and an assist Monday to lead the New Palestine girls soccer team to a 6-0 victory over Shelbyville in the regular season finale. The Dragons finish the season with an 11-4 mark, including 5-2 in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. NP finishes in a three-way tie for second in

Volleyball zaps Flashes for 17th win

The New Palestine volleyball team rallied Monday evening to beat Franklin Central 20-25, 25-17, 25-20, 27-25. The Dragons used a balanced attack, with three players tallying double-digit kills. Lydia Jones had a double-double with 13 kills and 10 digs. Kaelyn Armstrong had 12 kills and five digs. Jesi Hall added 10 kills, six digs and

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 24 – Sep 30

Sep 24 Girls Junior Varsity Soccer at Shelbyville High School Shelbyville High School 5:30 pm | Shelbyville (Shelbyville) Sep 24 Girls Freshman Volleyball vs. Franklin Central High School Franklin Central High School 5:30 pm | New Palestine High School Sep 24 Girls Varsity Soccer at Shelbyville High School Shelbyville High School 5:30 pm | Shelbyville

Girls soccer bests Bears

The New Palestine girls soccer team posted a 3-1 victory over Lawrence Central Saturday morning in their final home game of the regular season. The Dragons took a 2-0 lead in the opening half. Lucy Miller scored with a near-post shot from her outside midfield position. Maddy Miller followed with a goal before halftime. LC drew

Boys soccer falls to Fishers

The New Palestine boys soccer team dropped a 5-1 decision Saturday at Fishers. The host Tigers took a 2-1 lead at halftime and added three second-half goals. The Dragons are now 5-8-1 on the season. They next play Tuesday at home against Franklin.  

Fox qualifies for golf State Finals

Junior Annaliese Fox qualified for the IHSAA State Finals for the second consecutive year Saturday, as she carded a 79 at the Lapel golf regional at Edgewood Golf Club in Anderson. As a team, the Dragons placed ninth in the 18-team field, shooting a 363. Izzy Gray added an 86, Abby Belgin a 98 and

Volleyball wins New Palestine Invitational title

The New Palestine volleyball team had a perfect day to win the title at Saturday’s New Palestine Invitational. The Dragons opened the day with a 25-4, 25-10 victory over Rushville. Audrey VanderWal had four aces and eight digs. Lydia Jones and Jesi Hall had seven kills each. Kaelyn Armstrong added six kills and four digs.

CC teams finish second at Shelbyville

The New Palestine cross country teams both finished second in Saturday’s Shelbyville Golden Bear Invitational at Blue River Park in Shelbyville. The Dragon boys tallied 49 places to finish second to state-ranked Brebeuf, which had 37 places. NP was 21 places ahead of third-place Southport in the 17-team event. The Dragon girls finished second with 55

Football beats G-C 76-7 to win homecoming tilt

The New Palestine football team needed just two plays to put its mark on Friday night’s contest. And the Dragons never let up, scoring 41 points in the opening quarter and 69 in the first half of a 76-7 victory over Greenfield-Central on the Dragons’ homecoming game. The victory – NP’s 51st straight regular-season win

Girls soccer shuts out WC

The New Palestine girls soccer team got back into the win column Thursday with a 3-0 shutout of Warren Central. The game was scoreless until halftime. After some adjustments, the Dragons broke through in the second half. Olivia Lambdin put away a penalty kick after a handball in the box. Maddy Miller put away the