New Palestine Boys Varsity Golf

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Golf finishes 11th in regional

The New Palestine golf team finished 11th at Thursday’s Muncie Central regional at The Players Club in Yorktown. The Dragons shot 336 over 18 holes, one stroke back of 10th-place Fishers. Cathedral (309), Hamilton Southeastern (312) and Fishers (314) had the top three spots and advance to the State Finals. Senior Elijah Domogala led the

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,

Golf advances with third-place sectional finish

The New Palestine golf team shot 331 Monday at the IHSAA sectional at Hawk’s Tail to advance to the regional. The Dragons finished behind sectional champion New Castle (318) and one stroke back of runner-up Mt. Vernon (330). Matt Kelley led the Dragons with an eight over-par 80. Elijah Domogala carded an 81. Quinn Dobbins and

Golf shoots top score of season in Senior Day win

The New Palestine golf team shot its best nine-hole score of the season Tuesday in a 159-192 Senior Day victory over Greenwood. The Dragons celebrated senior Elijah Domogala, who shot 39 over nine holes at Hawk’s Tail. Quinn Dobbins was medalist with a 38. Josh Shinkle shot 40 and Chris Guhl 42. “We had a

Golf falls to Rushville

The Dragon golf team dropped a 174-177 decision to Rushville Thursday at Antler Pointe. Peyton Miller was the low Dragon with a 43. Nic Mohr shot 44. Austin Terry and Zach Hoyt each shot 45s. “We played at Antler Pointe and did well except for our putting,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “There are a

Golf places fifth in close HHC tournament

The New Palestine golf team finished eight strokes shy of the Hoosier Heritage Conference champion and placed fifth in an extremely close meet Saturday at Hawk’s Tail. Just eight strokes separated the top five teams, and 11 separated the top six. NP shot 338, just shy of champion New Castle (330). Mt. Vernon (332), Yorktown

Golf second in triangular meet at Shelbyville

The New Palestine golf team was second in a triangular meet Wednesday at Bear Chase in Shelbyville. The Dragons shot 191, second to Columbus North (181). Shelbyville shot 195. Matt Kelley led the Dragons with a 45. Peyton Miller added a 47, A.J. Williams 49 and Cameron Rooks 50. We played at Bear Chase which is tricky

Golf wins 3-way match

The New Palestine golf team won a three-way match Tuesday at Tri-County Golf Club in Middletown. The Dragons shot 180 to beat Shenandoah by one stroke. Eastern Hancock was third with 211. Matt Kelley was the medalist with a 41. A.J. Williams and Cameron Rooks each shot 46. Sammy Chifalo added a 47. “We played

Golf finishes third at Batesville

The New Palestine golf team finished third in Saturday’s 11-team Batesville Invitational, shooting 347. Josh Shinkle led the Dragons with an 81. He finished third overall in the tournament. Elijah Domogala shot 82, Quinn Dobbins 89 and Austin Terry 95. “Lowest place finish for us since we started playing in this invitational,” NP coach Gregg

Golf wins at Warren Central

The New Palestine golf team won a Thursday match at Warren Central, posting a 185-201 victory. Nic Mohr and Matt Kelley were co-medalists with 44s. Cameron Rooks shot 48. Zach Hoyt and Peyton Miller each shot 49. “We played our 2nd half against WC at their home course and did well,” Dragons coach Gregg Greene