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Golf places fifth in close HHC tournament

The New Palestine golf team finished eight strokes shy of the Hoosier Heritage Conference champion and placed fifth in an extremely close meet Saturday at Hawk’s Tail. Just eight strokes separated the top five teams, and 11 separated the top six. NP shot 338, just shy of champion New Castle (330). Mt. Vernon (332), Yorktown

Tennis sweeps PH on Senior Day

The New Palestine girls tennis team wound up the regular season with a 5-0 victory Friday over the Pendleton Heights Arabians in a Hoosier Heritage Conference match at NP. NP’s five seniors were recognized on Senior Day after the completion of the match against the visiting Arabians. NP sophomore Megan Long made few mistakes on her way to

Baseball clinches HHC title

The New Palestine baseball team clinched its 11th Hoosier Heritage Conference championship Friday, beating Pendleton Heights 8-1 in the second game of their doubleheader. In the first game, a furious late-inning Dragon rally fell short in a 9-7 loss. The victory, coupled with New Castle’s doubleheader split against Shelbyville, gave the Dragons the outright HHC championship. NP

Softball shuts out Spartans 20-0

The New Palestine softball team continued to flex its offensive muscle while also getting a stellar pitching performance Friday in a 20-0 victory over host Connersville. The Dragons used the longball to post back-to-back eight-run innings in the third and fourth. NP also scored one in the first and three in the fifth. Ashley Prange homered

Test drive a Ford May 12 and earn money for NPHS

Drive Ford fundraiser flier The New Palestine High School Athletic Booster Club will host its annual Drive Ford fundraiser from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday May 12 in the NPHS parking lot. Stop by between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and test drive a Ford vehicle and Ford Motor Company will donate $20 per driver to the

Tennis edges Richmond

The New Palestine girls tennis team defeated the visiting Richmond Red Devils 3-2 Thursday. NP’s No. 1 singles player, sophomore Megan Long, continued her improved form to beat Richmond senior Anna Creech 6-4, 6-2 to secure the win for NP. The Dragons’ first two points came from the doubles teams. NP’s No. 1 doubles combination of juniors

Harrison wins HHC title, boys track places third

Kyler Harrison won the Hoosier Heritage Conference title in the 3200 meters Thursday, helping lead the New Palestine boys track team to a third-place finish in the HHC. The Dragons had 75.5 points, finishing just ahead of Mt. Vernon (74) for third place. Pendleton Heights won the title with 171.5 points, with Greenfield-Central placing second with

Baseball falls to FC

The New Palestine baseball team dropped an 11-0 decision Thursday at home to Franklin Central. Jacob Bain led the Dragons’ offense with a walk and a single. Grant Wiegand also had a base hit. Josh Jaques pitched 2 1/3 innings of relief, allowing two runs on three hits and pitching the day’s lone scoreless inning in

Golf second in triangular meet at Shelbyville

The New Palestine golf team was second in a triangular meet Wednesday at Bear Chase in Shelbyville. The Dragons shot 191, second to Columbus North (181). Shelbyville shot 195. Matt Kelley led the Dragons with a 45. Peyton Miller added a 47, A.J. Williams 49 and Cameron Rooks 50. We played at Bear Chase which is tricky

Tennis downs Greenfield-Central

The New Palestine girls varsity tennis team played with determination and great resolve to beat the visiting Greenfield-Central Cougars 4-1 in a Hoosier Heritage conference clash. The Dragons trailed in four matches in the early stages, but recovered well to fight back and secure victory for the home team. At No. 1 singles for the