New Palestine Girls Varsity Tennis

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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,

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,

Cherry, King advance in tennis tourney

New Palestine tennis juniors Claire Cherry and Josee King moved on in the IHSAA individual tennis sectional Tuesday at North Central. They continued their good form, defeating Warren Central’s Ashley Jarel and Morgan O’Conitrillo 6-2, 6-4. Cherry and King are the sectional champions of the North Central individual sectional, and will next play in the regional June 2

Cherry, King advance in tennis tourney

​The New Palestine No. 1 doubles pairing of juniors Josee King and Claire Cherry combined well to defeat Pendleton Heights seniors Suzie Kramer and Claire Goodwin 6-4, 6-1 Tuesday at North Central in the IHSAA individual tennis sectional. The Dragons team played attacking doubles – returning serve consistently well with low drives and dominating the

Tennis falls in sectional

The New Palestine girls tennis team fell 3-2 to Greenfield-Central in the 1st round of the sectional Wednesday at Mt. Vernon. The Dragons’ No. 1 doubles team of juniors Josee King and Claire Cherry played attacking doubles to defeat G-C junior Kayleigh Stepphenson and senior Haidyn Goodwin 6-2, 6-2. King and Cherry will advance in the IHSAA individual doubles

Tennis sweeps PH on Senior Day

The New Palestine girls tennis team wound up the regular season with a 5-0 victory Friday over the Pendleton Heights Arabians in a Hoosier Heritage Conference match at NP. NP’s five seniors were recognized on Senior Day after the completion of the match against the visiting Arabians. NP sophomore Megan Long made few mistakes on her way to

Tennis edges Richmond

The New Palestine girls tennis team defeated the visiting Richmond Red Devils 3-2 Thursday. NP’s No. 1 singles player, sophomore Megan Long, continued her improved form to beat Richmond senior Anna Creech 6-4, 6-2 to secure the win for NP. The Dragons’ first two points came from the doubles teams. NP’s No. 1 doubles combination of juniors

Tennis downs Greenfield-Central

The New Palestine girls varsity tennis team played with determination and great resolve to beat the visiting Greenfield-Central Cougars 4-1 in a Hoosier Heritage conference clash. The Dragons trailed in four matches in the early stages, but recovered well to fight back and secure victory for the home team. At No. 1 singles for the

Tennis falls to Mt. Vernon

The New Palestine girls varsity tennis team lost 4-1 to rival Mt. Vernon in a Hoosier Heritage conference clash at home Monday. The Dragons’ victory came from the No. 2 doubles combination of junior Sheridan Schrowe and sophomore Ashley Truman. They won a tough three-setter against MV junior Maive Laughlin and sophomore Alexis Lane 6-0. 6-7 (4), 10-8. At

Tennis wins HHC match at Shelbyville

The Dragons girls varsity tennis team beat the Shelbyville Golden Bears 4-1 in a Hoosier Heritage Conference match Friday at Shelbyville. The visiting NP team found itself down 5-2 in three matches – No. 2 singles, No. 1 doubles and No. 2 doubles.They showed tremendous resilience to fight back and regain the momentum in all three matches. At No.