New Palestine Girls Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A
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2018 spring schedule changes

Due to inclement weather and other factors, NPHS athletics has made the following changes to the schedule. Baseball V at Knightstown. Scheduled for April 24. Will be played 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 25. V at Brebeuf. Scheduled for April 23. Reschedule date TBA. JV vs. Lawrence North: Scheduled for April 23. Will be played 5:30 p.m.

Softball sweeps Seymour

The Class 3A No. 1 New Palestine softball team continued its stellar start to the season Saturday, sweeping visiting Seymour in a doubleheader. The Dragons won the opener 7-2, then followed with a 19-5 victory in the second game. The Dragons are now 9-0 on the year. In the opener, the Dragons’ powerful offense was held

Softball beats EH for seventh straight victory

Ashley Prange hit two homers and drove in four runs Friday to lead the New Palestine softball team to a 15-2 victory over Eastern Hancock. The Dragons’ record improved to 7-0 with the victory. NP has scored at least 11 runs in each game. Prange’s two homers give her six for the season, tying Michaela

Prange’s two slams lead softball victory

Opportunities to hit grand slams can be rare for any softball player. Ashley Prange made hers count Wednesday. Coming up twice with the bases loaded, Prange homered both times. Her two grand slams led the Class 3A No. 1 Dragons to a 16-2 five-inning victory over Zionsville. Prange’s grand slams keyed seven-run second and fourth

Softball wins matchup of 3A’s top two teams

The Class 3A No. 1 New Palestine softball team used a three-homer second inning Tuesday to take command in a 15-8 victory over No. 2 Yorktown. The victory gave the Dragons a 4-0 record and a 2-0 mark in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. The Dragons’ season-long power surge continued as they hit four homers in the game.

Nine-run inning, five-homer effort carries softball

The New Palestine softball team scored in every at-bat, including a nine-run second inning, in Thursday’s 19-8 five-inning victory over Hamilton Southeastern. NP again went deep often, hitting five homers and seven extra-base hits in the victory. The Dragons scored at least three runs in every inning. The Dragons’ victory was the team’s third, with

Softball has another power surge in victory

For the second time in as many games, the New Palestine softball team had a power surge Wednesday in an 11-5 victory over Franklin Central. The Dragons hit four homers – three in a six-run third inning – and seven extra-base hits. Emily O’Connor got the Dragons started with a two-run blast in the third

Softball blasts seven homers in season-opening win

The New Palestine softball team picked up in 2018 where it left off the previous season, hitting seven homers Thursday in an 18-0 victory over New Castle. The Dragons, who set a state record for team homers in a state championship season in 2017, wasted little time getting going. NP scored three times in the

Cornelius to play softball at Franklin

New Palestine High School senior Samantha Cornelius has signed a letter of commitment to play softball at Franklin College. Cornelius is a senior outfielder for the Dragons. She appeared in three varsity games as a junior, scoring two runs, on a 31-2 state championship team. Franklin is an NCAA Div. III school located in Franklin,

State champs honored by legislature

The state champion New Palestine High School softball team was honored Monday by the Indiana state legislature. The Dragons visited the Indiana state capitol building, where they were honored with a proclamation by Sen. Mike Crider. The Dragons went 31-2 in 2017 and won the fourth state championship in school history, beating Kankakee Valley 13-6