New Palestine Boys Varsity Track

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Spring athletes receive HHC honors

Several New Palestine athletes have been selected to All-Hoosier Heritage Conference teams. In the spring, the HHC coaches vote on All-HHC teams for baseball, softball and girls tennis. Boys golf honors are determined by placement in the HHC meet. Individual champions in track and field are deemed All-HHC. NPHS athletes who have received All-HHC honors Baseball  Jacob Garrison,

Hausz, Austin compete at State Finals

Gavin Hausz and Drew Austin both had strong performances at Saturday’s IHSAA State Finals in Bloomington. Hausz, a regional champion in the high jump, equaled his regional height and career best of 6-foot-4. He finished 19th, clearing the height on his final jump. In the event, state champion Nate Patterson of Plymouth cleared a state-record 7-4.

Dragons competing in semistate, state events this weekend

New Palestine athletes will compete in the IHSAA softball semistate, the track and field State Finals, as well as the tennis regional this weekend. Dates, times, directions, preview & broadcast info for all events below. Softball IHSAA semistate at Jasper, Saturday, June 2 (directions) Admission: $8/session, $10/season Schedule Dragons vs. Tri-West, 11 a.m. Corydon vs. Jasper,

Hausz, Austin clinch State Finals spots

Gavin Hausz won a regional title and Drew Austin also clinched a spot in the IHSAA State Finals after their performances in Thursday’s Franklin boys track and field regional. Hausz cleared 6-foot-4, not only winning the regional championship but also meeting the State Finals qualifying standard. He beat three competitors who all cleared 6-2. Hausz,

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

Girls track defends county title

The New Palestine girls track and field team won its second straight Hancock County championship Wednesday. The Dragons tallied 99 points to best the field. Mt. Vernon was second with 72, Greenfield-Central third with 54 and Eastern Hancock fourth with 19. The Dragons won seven individual events to claim the title. Kaylin Casner was a double-winner

Track teams eighth at Zionsville

The New Palestine track teams finished eighth Friday at the 28-team Zionsville Invitational. The Dragon girls tallied 44 points and were just 14 points back of fourth place. The NP boys tallied 29.5 points and were 8.5 back of sixth. The NP boys had eight top-10 finishes in the meet, including two in the high jump.

Girls track wins triangular meet

The New Palestine girls track team won 11 events Tuesday en route to a three-way victory over Roncalli and Franklin Central at Kelso Stadium. The Dragons tallied 71 points to beat Roncalli (53) and FC (22). The Dragon boys finished third in their meet, a close battle with FC (58) and Roncalli (54). NP tallied 43

2018 spring schedule changes

Due to inclement weather and other factors, NPHS athletics has made the following changes to the schedule. Baseball C team at Warren Central. Scheduled for April 26. Canceled 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

Track teams split with Perry Meridian

The New Palestine track teams split a dual meet Tuesday with Perry Meridian at Kelso Stadium. The Dragon boys won 77-55, while the NP girls dropped a 92-36 decision. Drew Austin was a triple-winner for the Dragon boys. He won the 800, 1600 and was part of the winning 4×400 relay. Jared Reed won two