New Palestine Girls Varsity Tennis

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Tennis finishes second in county

The New Palestine tennis team finished second in the Hancock County tournament, tallying 18 points. The Dragons advanced to the championship round at four of the five spots. At No. 2 doubles, Sheridan Schrowe and Ashley Truman won the county title with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Mt. Vernon, and then followed with a 6-3, 6-2 victory

Tennis falls to Yorktown

The New Palestine girls varsity tennis team dropped a 3-2 decision to the visiting Yorktown Tigers Thursday in a Hoosier Heritage Conference clash. The Tigers swept the singles matches to take a 3-0 winning lead before the Dragons won the No. 1 doubles encounter in straight sets. Juniors Josee King and Claire Cherry combined well

Tennis falls to Fishers

The New Palestine varsity tennis team was defeated on the road Tuesday by a more experienced Fishers Tigers team 5-0. No. 1 singles for the Dragons, sophomore Megan Long, defended well against Fishers freshman Lucy Loy but went down 6-0, 6-0. At No. 2 singles for NPHS, senior Ivey Simmons played junior MaKenzie Weber. Simmons

Tennis falls to FC

The New Palestine girls tennis team was defeated 4-1 by a more experienced Franklin Central Flashes team Friday at FC. Dragon senior Ivey Simmons fully deserved her straight set victory over freshman Flashes Sabrina Mullen, winning 6-4, 6-3 in a tough groundstroke battle for the Dragons lone individual victory. NP’s No. 1 singles player, sophomore Megan Long, was

Tennis falls to Park Tudor

The Dragons girls tennis team lost 4-1 Thursday at Park Tudor Thursday but put up a spirited fight against the Panthers, The Dragons’ No. 2 doubles pairing of junior Sheridan Schrowe and sophomore Ashley Truman won an exciting three-setter against Panthers sophomore Claudia Siegal and senior Sally Root. Schrowe and Truman showed tremendous defensive qualities to survive

Tennis wins 3-2 thriller

The Dragons girls varsity tennis team edged host Triton Central 3-2 Tuesday in an exciting contest played in bitterly cold conditions. With the match locked at 2-2, the Dragons’ No 2 doubles team of junior Sheridan Schrowe and sophomore Ashley Truman held its nerve in a tense three-setter against Tigers seniors Amelia Hough and Colleen Sanders.

Tennis blanks New Castle 5-0

The New Palestine girls tennis showed tremendous resilience to brave the cold, snow and windy conditions Friday at New Castle. A changed NPHS team secured a well-deserved 5-0 victory over the Trojans in a Hoosier Heritage Conference clash. NP No. 1 singles player Megan Long produced an improved performance in the tough conditions. A composed Long outplayed

Tennis drops season opener

The New Palestine girls tennis team was beaten 4-1 in the season opener Thursday at Whiteland. NPHS No. 1 singles sophomore Megan Long made an impressive start against Whiteland lefthander Reese Johnson, taking the first five games. The Warrior then changed the momentum of the match as a tentative Long lost 12 games in a row to go

2018 NPHS summer sports camps

Several New Palestine High School athletic teams will be offering summer camps in 2017. 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

Doubles competes in IHSAA tournament

The New Palestine girls tennis No. 1 doubles team of Josee King and Katie Settergren competed against North Central’s Autumn Clark and Susan Biederstedt in the IHSAA doubles sectional Tuesday at North Central. The N.C. Panthers doubles team are amongst the favorites to win the IHSAA title. They played flawless doubles, serving well, dominating the net and not