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Boys swimmers sweep duo of Bears

The New Palestine boys swimming team bested a couple of Bears in a triangular meet Tuesday at the NPHS natatorium. The Dragons beat the Shelbyville Golden Bears 55-46 and the Lawrence Central Bears 63-39. Eli Kleine and Aidan Kingery led a 1-2 finish in the 200 IM. Austin Lines and Darrell Drake did the same

Girls basketball rallies to win sectional opener

The New Palestine girls basketball team rallied from an 11-point first-half deficit Tuesday to seize the lead and pull away to a 59-55 sectional victory over Anderson. The Dragons (14-9) advanced to Muncie Central sectional semifinal, where they will play the host Bearcats (6-11) at 8 p.m. Friday. The winner will face either Richmond (8-5)

Girls basketball sectional preview

The New Palestine girls basketball team opens its sectional championship defense Tuesday at the Muncie Fieldhouse against the Anderson Indians. The Dragons enter the sectional with a 13-9 record, including a 6-1 HHC mark. Anderson is 13-10 and is the North Central Conference champion. Tuesday: New Palestine Dragons (13-9) vs. Anderson Indians (13-10) Location: Muncie

2020-21 winter schedule changes

Schedule changes for 2020-21 BOYS BASKETBALL Varsity/JV vs. Perry Meridian will be played at noon/1:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6 at NPHS. (previously scheduled Thursday, Feb. 4 at Perry Meridian). GIRLS BASKETBALL The sectional opener vs. Anderson at Muncie Central has been moved from 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2. GYMNASTICS

Wrestlers advance 10 to regional

The New Palestine wrestling team finished third at Saturday’s Warren Central sectional and advanced 10 wrestlers on to the regional. NP finished with 167.5 points, placing third in the nine-team field. Warren Central (315) won the title, with Franklin Central (214) finishing second. NP finished ahead of Greenfield-Central (166), Shelbyville (87), Lutheran (81), Scecina (73),

Boys basketball falls to Yorktown

The New Palestine boys basketball team saw a late rally fall short Friday in a 76-71 loss to Hoosier Heritage Conference rival Yorktown. Blaine Nunnally scored a career-high 31 points – including 23 in the second half – for the Dragons, but it wasn’t enough to overcome five Tigers in double figures. The Tigers used

Girls basketball caps regular season with victory

The New Palestine girls basketball team used two double-digit first-half runs Thursday to pull away to a 48-37 victory over Ritter. The Dragons scored the game’s first 11 points and held the Raiders without a basket for the first seven minutes. NP then scored the first 15 points of the second quarter to take a

Boys basketball runs past Herron

The New Palestine boys basketball team used a 30-point second quarter to pull away to an 89-58 victory Wednesday over Herron. The Dragons led 19-15 after a period, but outscored the Achaeans 30-10 in the second frame to take a 49-25 halftime lead. The Dragons only trailed once – at 2-0 – and never saw

Gymnasts win home opener

The New Palestine gymnastics team won a four-way meet in its home opener Tuesday, tallying 98.475 points. NP beat Morristown (84.125), Scecina (58.75) and Lutheran (33.55). Addy Kendall won the floor exercise with a score of 8.35. Emma Poag (8.1) finished third, Rebecca Johnson (7.85) was fourth, Kennedy Garrett (7.65) fifth and Emily Hunter (7.45)

Boys basketball begins busy week with defeat

The New Palestine boys basketball game began a busy three games in four nights stretch Tuesday with a 63-37 loss at Warren Central. The Dragons moved to 9-5 on the season with two more home games remaining this week – Wednesday against Herron and Friday against HHC rival Yorktown. The Dragons fell behind 14-6 after