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Gizzi, Hausz named All-HHC

New Palestine boys basketball players Maximus Gizzi and Gavin Hausz were voted to the All-Hoosier Heritage Conference team Monday evening. The two were among 12 players chosen to the All-HHC team. In addition, junior Matthew True was chosen honorable mention. They helped the Dragons finish 15-10 and second in the conference with a 4-3 record,

Boys basketball comeback falls short in sectional

The New Palestine boys basketball team mounted a furious fourth-quarter comeback Saturday night, but it fell just short in a 60-57 loss to Mt. Vernon in the Richmond sectional championship game. The Dragons’ season finishes with a 15-10 record, the team’s best record in five years. The Dragons scored 36 points in the fourth quarter,

Shanahan, Thompson compete at regional

Two New Palestine gymnasts posted strong performances at Saturday’s Connersville regional. Grace Shanahan posted two seventh-place event finishes, while Sarah Thompson finished 16th on the floor exercise. The two qualified as individuals from last week’s sectional, also held at Connersville. Shanahan tied for seventh on the floor exercise with a score of 9.125. The Dragon sophomore

Boys basketball earns date in sectional final

The New Palestine boys basketball team has earned a date with arch-rival Mt. Vernon in Saturday’s championship game of the Richmond sectional. The Dragons (15-9) led from wire-to-wire in a 68-50 victory over the host Richmond Red Devils Friday at the Tiernan Center, and will play MV (14-9) at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the title game

Sectional weekend hoops preview

Class 4A Richmond sectional Semifinal: Friday, March 2 Richmond Red Devils (8-16) vs. New Palestine Dragons (14-9) Championship: Saturday, March 3 Connersville/Mt. Vernon vs. Richmond/New Palestine Site: Tiernan Center, Richmond (directions) Time:  7:30 p.m. (both nights) Admission: $6 single-session, $10 season (season tickets available in NPHS athletic office) Broadcast: New Pal Radio (click the link to listen. Also, click here for more links

Boys basketball seizes sectional opener

The New Palestine basketball team hit big shots at key times Tuesday night in the sectional opener against Pendleton Heights. The Dragons then hit the uncontested ones to put the game away. NP hit 22 fourth-quarter free throws to salt away a 71-56 victory over Pendleton Heights in the opening round of the 4A Richmond

Sectional hoops preview: Dragons vs. PH (at Richmond)

Class 4A Richmond sectional Tuesday, Feb. 27 Pendleton Heights Arabians (11-12) vs. New Palestine Dragons (13-9) Site: Tiernan Center, Richmond (directions) Time:  7:30 p.m. Admission: $6 single-session, $10 season (season tickets available in NPHS athletic office) Broadcast: New Pal Radio (click the link to listen. Also, click here for more links & archives) Click here for the game notes Preview For the

Shanahan wins sectional title, 2 Dragons advance

New Palestine High School sophomore Grace Shanahan won the title in the balance beam and finished second in the all-around. She helped lead the Dragon gymnastics team to fourth place in the Connersville sectional. Shanahan scored 9.425 on the beam to outscore Pendleton Heights’ Cassie Zehr, who scored 9.0. Shanahan scored 35.7 total points to finish

Balance leads boys basketball victory

Five players scored in double figures to lead the New Palestine boys basketball team to a 77-69 victory Friday at Greenwood. The victory gives the Dragons a 13-9 record to close out the regular season, the most in a regular season since 2012-13. Matthew True, Dylan Romine and Dawson Eastes all scored 16 points to

Weekend hoops preview: Dragons at Greenwood

Friday: New Palestine Dragons (12-9) at Greenwood Woodmen (14-7) Site: Greenwood High School (directions) Time: JV 6 p.m., V 7:30 p.m. Admission: $5 Broadcast: none Click here for the game notes The New Palestine Dragons conclude the 2017-18 regular season with one last tune-up for the state tournament against the Greenwood Woodmen. This game concludes a stretch of strong opponents for the Dragons,