New Palestine Coed Varsity Swimming

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Stacey third, Shriver eighth in HHC diving

New Palestine diver Collin Stacey had a third-place finish to lead the Dragon divers Thursday in the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet at Greenfield-Central. Karen Shriver led the Dragon girls with an eighth-place finish. Stacey totaled a score of 375.4 to place third. Ben Rader of Greenfield-Central was the HHC champion with 432.05, followed by Yorktown’s

Stacey, Coffman post individual wins vs. G-C

The New Palestine swim teams opened their 2017 schedule Tuesday against Greenfield-Central. The Dragon girls fell 135-51, while the NP boys dropped a 140-43 decision. Courtnee Coffman was a double-winner for the Dragon girls. She won the 50 freestyle, with a margin of nearly a second. She also won the 100 backstroke with a 2.02-second

Swimmers sweep Eastern Hancock

The New Palestine swim teams capped off 2016 with a sweep of Eastern Hancock Saturday morning at EH. The Dragon girls won 101-61, while the NP boys won 114-45. In the boys meet, the Dragons had nine first-place finishes. Tyler Corey and Chase Crowder each won two individual races – Corey the 100 freestyle and

Swimmers post 3 wins at East Central

The New Palestine swim teams both finished third Saturday at the East Central Relays. The Dragon girls had three first-place finishes and tallied 53 points for their third-place finish. The 100 freestyle relay of Courtnee Coffman, Jessica Rogers, Anna Doolin and Maria Virt posted a combined time of 52.34 to win. Rogers, Virt and Coffman

Girls swimmers beat MV; boys fall in close race

The New Palestine girls swim team won eight events, including all three relays, to beat Mt. Vernon 101-85 Tuesday night at the NPHS natatorium. The Dragon boys fell to the Marauders 98-82 in a close meet. Courtnee Coffman, Anna Doolin, Maria Virt and Jessica Rogers were all quadruple-winners for the Dragons. Doolin led the Dragons’

Swim teams sweep New Castle

The New Palestine swim teams swept conference rival New Castle in a dual meet Wednesday at New Castle. The Dragon boys won 87-58, while the girls won 98-78. Individual winners for the Dragon boys were Colin Stacey in diving, Louis Holbrook in the 100 butterfly, Steven Thompson in the 100 freestyle and Tyler Carter in

O’Leary, Coffman garner swimming victories

Michael O’Leary and Courtnee Coffman both had victories in the New Palestine swim team’s meet Tuesday at home against Yorktown and Delta. The Dragon girls tallied 87 points to finish third in the three-way meet. Yorktown won with 138 and Delta was second with 99. In the boys meet, NP tallied 90 points to finish

Swimmers 2nd in home opener

The New Palestine girls swim team finished second in a three-way meet in its home opener Monday night. The Dragons scored 107 points to place second to Pendleton Heights  (170), which won all 12 events. Rushville tallied 33 points to finish third. The Dragons are now 2-2 on the year, having finished second in a pair

Girls swimmers win 3 events at Greenwood

The New Palestine girls swim team opened its season Tuesday, finishing a close third in a three-way meet at Greenwood. The Dragons tallied 95 points, with Roncalli winning the meet with 121 and Greenwood finishing second with 111. NP finished first in two relays, with Courtnee Coffman a triple-winner. She won the 100 butterfly and was

Winter teams learn sectional sites

The New Palestine basketball teams will be playing their sectional contests at new sites this winter, as the IHSAA announced sectional sites for the upcoming season Wednesday. The New Palestine boys basketball team will be playing its sectional at Brebeuf this winter. NPHS hosted the 3A sectional that features the Dragons, Brebeuf, Chatard, Crispus Attucks, Herron, Manual and Marshall