New Palestine Girls Varsity Swimming

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Holberton, Holbrook to swim at Hanover

New Palestine High School seniors Hailee Holberton and Louis Holbrook have signed letters of commitment to swim at Hanover College. Holberton qualified for the IHSAA State Finals as a sectional champion in 2017 in two relays and has competed in track and swimming at NPHS. Holbrook had a top-four finish in the 2018 sectional and has

Girls swimming finishes third in sectional

The New Palestine girls swimming and diving team finished third in the sectional Saturday. The Dragons had several strong swims, with seven top-five finishes and three sectional runners-up. NP scored 284.5 points, finishing behind Greenfield-Central (502) and Mt. Vernon (336.5). The Dragons were 19.5 points ahead of fourth-place Connersville (265). NP also finished ahead of

Swimmers advance 13 to finals

The New Palestine girls swim team advanced 10 swimmers and all three relays to the finals of the New Palestine sectional from Thursday’s prelims. The finals will be held Saturday morning at the NPHS natatorium. In addition, the Dragons will have eight swims in the consolation finals to determine places 9-16. The Dragons’ top seeds

Swim teams post five victories against Whiteland

The New Palestine swim teams won five individual events Tuesday in a dual meet against Whiteland. The Dragon girls posted three victories in a 119-64 loss to the Warriors. The boys fell 118-67, winning two events. Jessica Rogers and Iago Broullon-Blanco were double-winners for the Dragons. Rogers won the 50 freestyle and was part of the

Swim teams sweep Scecina

The New Palestine swimming teams swept Scecina in a Thursday dual meet. The Dragon boys won 107-32, while the NP girls won 104-60. New Palestine won 11 of the 12 events in the boys meet in a big victory. Individual winners were Connor Phipps in the 500 freestyle and 100 breaststroke, Chase Siler in the 50

Swim teams finish 5th in HHC

The New Palestine swim teams both finished fifth in the Hoosier Heritage Conference Saturday. The Dragon boys tallied 208 points to finish fifth, with Greenfield-Central winning with 532. The Dragon girls had 197 points, with champion Pendleton Heights tallying 481. The NP boys were led by the 400 free relay team of Tyler Corey, Louis

Dragons have strong swims at G-C

Iago Broullon-Blanco had two Top-10 all-time swims and the Dragons won two relays Monday in a dual meet at Greenfield-Central. The Dragon boys fell to the host Cougars 125-60, while the NP girls fell 123-63. Broullon-Blanco posted the fifth-best 100 breaststroke time in NPHS history and the sixth-best 200 IM time. He finished second in both

Swimmers sweep Royals

The New Palestine swim teams had a strong day Saturday, sweeping visiting Eastern Hancock in a dual meet. The Dragon girls won 124-52, while the NP boys won 109-57. Maria Virt and Anna Doolin both won four events for the Dragon girls, while Hailee Holberton and Jessica Rogers won three events.  Louis Holbrook won four events

Swimmers strong at East Central Relays

The New Palestine swim teams both had strong days at Saturday’s East Central Relays. The Dragon boys finished second in the event with 62 points, behind East Central (92). NP finished ahead of Connersville, Greensburg and Greenwood, which each had 46 points. The Dragon girls were third with 56 points, behind champion East Central (86) and