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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,

Girls soccer falls in regional

The New Palestine girls soccer team dropped a 6-2 decision Saturday to Batesville in the semifinal round of the New Palestine regional. NP’s Maddy Miller scored early to give the Dragons a lead, but the Bulldogs answered with four first-half goals to take control of the game. Miller scored both goals for the Dragons, also

Girls soccer wins sectional title

The New Palestine girls soccer team rolled to the sectional championship Monday, beating Beech Grove 9-0 to clinch the title. The victory marked the Dragons’ 12th sectional title since 2000 and the first since 2014 for the program. The Dragons (13-2-1) advance to face Batesville at noon Saturday in the New Palestine regional. Chatard will meet

Girls soccer advances to sectional final

The New Palestine girls soccer team used a big start Saturday to beat Connersville 6-0 in the Class 2A Shelbyville sectional semifinal match. The Dragons will move to Monday evening’s championship game at Shelbyville, where they will face Beech Grove at 7 p.m. It was the Dragons’ first game in 12 days, and a successful one,

Girls soccer postponed to Saturday

The New Palestine girls soccer sectional semifinal game against Connersville has been postponed to Saturday. The Dragons and Spartans will meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening at Shelbyville in the Class 2A sectional semifinal match. Beech Grove will face Rushville immediately precedeing at 5:30 p.m. The championship match has been moved to Monday evening at

JV soccer wins invitational

The New Palestine JV girls soccer team won the Warren Central JV invitational Thursday, beating Southport 5-0. It’s the third straight title for the Dragons. Player with 11 players, the Dragons took control early. Addie Halter had a hat trick. Olivia Murphy and Emmy Giddens also scored, while Lucy Miller had an assist. The Dragons

Girls soccer finishes with shutout

The New Palestine girls soccer team finished the regular season Monday with a 3-0 shutout victory over Shelbyville on Senior Night. Haley Harrison got the scoring started with a first-half goal assisted by Maya Stirm, putting NP up 1-0 at the half. In the second half, Olivia McKilligin finished off a cross from Lucy Miller

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

Girls soccer posts key HHC victory

The 11th-ranked New Palestine girls soccer team posted a key Hoosier Heritage Conference victory Wednesday, beating Pendleton Heights 2-1. The Arabians entered the game co-leaders in the conference, and suffered their first HHC loss. PH took an early lead off a corner kick and held it until halftime, but the Dragons rallied in the second

NPHS reschedules events

New Palestine High School is announcing the rescheduling of three events postponed due to inclement weather. Boys soccer at Center Grove, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, will be played at the same time/place Wednesday, Sept. 20. Girls soccer vs. Franklin, postponed from Sept. 18, will be rescheduled to a TBD date/time Freshman football vs. Pendleton Heights