New Palestine Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 1 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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2018 NPHS summer sports camps

Several New Palestine High School athletic teams will be offering camps this summer. Unless otherwise noted, the cost of all camps is $35, with checks to be made out to CSCSHC. The camp sign-up sheets can be found by choosing “camp form.” Boys basketball (camp form) Current grades 1-3: 9-10:15 a.m. June 4-7 at Doe Creek

Gwaltney signs to play soccer at Grove City

New Palestine High School senior Holton Gwaltney has signed a letter of commitment to play soccer at Grove City College. Gwaltney led the NPHS soccer team in scoring this past season, tallying 12 goals and three assists in 16 games, helping the Dragons post a 7-9-1 record against a tough schedule. Grove City is an NCAA Div. III

Dragons earn HHC honors

As the fall season comes to a close, several NPHS athletes earned All-Hoosier Heritage Conference honors. All-HHC teams are chosen by a vote of the coaches in five sports, while they are determined by the results of the conference meet in the other three. The NPHS All-HHC performers are: Football Zach Neligh, Jr., QB Luke Canfield,

Boys soccer falls in sectional

The New Palestine boys soccer team capped its season Tuesday with a 3-0 loss to East Central in the opening round of the Greenfield-Central sectional. The Dragons fell behind 1-0 at the half, but East Central scored twice in the final 15 minutes to extend its lead. The Dragons’ season finishes with a 7-9-2 record

Boys soccer wins on Senior Night

The New Palestine boys soccer team was victorious on Senior Night, beating Pendleton Heights 2-0. The Dragons got started in the first half with a goal by Tommy Niemier, assisted by Holton Gwaltney. Gwaltney then scored on a set piece in the 31st minute, assisted by Jacob Long, to give the Dragons a two-goal lead.

Boys soccer falls at Franklin

The New Palestine boys soccer team dropped a 4-2 decision Tuesday at Franklin in the final road game of the regular season. In the first half, Tommy Niemier scored for the Dragons on an assist from Holton Gwaltney. In the second half, Buzz Wells scored unassisted. NP is now 6-8-1 on the year with one

Soccer teams learn sectional draws

The New Palestine soccer teams learned their sectional draws for the IHSAA tournament which begins next week. The Dragon boys will open play in the Greenfield-Central sectional, where they will meet East Central in the opening round. The winner will advance to the semifinal to meet either Greenfield-Central or Mt. Vernon. The Dragon girls drew

Boys soccer downs Delta

The New Palestine boys soccer team posted a 3-0 victory over Delta Saturday afternoon on the road. The victory improved the Dragons’ record to 6-7-1 and 2-4 in HHC play headed into the season’s final week. The Dragons visit Franklin for a Tuesday match, then return home to face Pendleton Heights on Senior Night.

Boys soccer falls to Fishers

The New Palestine boys soccer team dropped a 4-0 decision Thursday at Fishers. The game was the Dragons’ second against a top team in a 24-hour span after drawing with Center Grove on Wednesday. “Playing two games in two nights is extremely tough,” coach Justin Sass said. “The boys played hard despite still being tired and sore from the night before.”

Boys soccer ties No. 12 Center Grove

The New Palestine boys soccer team traveled to Center Grove on Wednesday and played the 12th-ranked Trojans to a 0-0 draw. The Dragons’ defense had a very strong game and goalkeeper Adam Hunt made some big saves to preserve the shutout. CG, which had been ranked in the Top 10 earlier in the season, was hosting its