New Palestine Coed Varsity Swimming

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Swimmers have solid showings at MV

The New Palestine swim teams had a number of strong performances Thursday in a dual meet at Mt. Vernon. MV won both meets – the Marauder boys beating the Dragons 103-82 and the MV girls beating NP 100-86. “This was our best team performance this season,” Dragon coach Steve Maxwell said. “The women and men

Girls swimmers win East Central Relays, boys 3rd

The New Palestine girls swim team won the East Central Relays on Saturday, with the Dragon boys placing third. The Dragon girls won two events, and the boys won one. The girls also had six second-place finishes to propel them to first place with 78 points, 20 better than runner-up East Central. Greensburg (54), Connersville

Swim teams take Royals

Competing in their third event in three nights, the New Palestine swim teams swept Eastern Hancock Thursday night at the NPHS pool. The girls won a 140-40 decision, while the Dragon boys won 143-30. The Dragon girls are now 5-3 on the year, the boys 3-1 in dual and triangular meets. “This was the third

Swimmers sweep New Castle

The New Palestine swim teams returned to the pool Wednesday and swept New Castle in a dual meet. The Dragon girls won 104-73 to improve to 4-3 on the season. The NP boys won 87-74 to improve to 2-1. The Dragon girls won seven events, including a trio of 1-2 finishes. In the 100 breaststroke, Kenzie Wells

Swimmers 2nd on roadtrip

The New Palestine swim teams traveled to Yorktown Tuesday to face two perennial Hoosier Heritage Conference contenders, and both teams came home with second-place finishes. The Dragon girls were also second with 108 points, with Yorktown (126) winning and Delta (96) placing third. The boys tallied 102 points to finish second to Delta (168) and beat

Swimmers 6th in sectional

The Dragons’ boys swim team competed in the New Palestine sectional on Monday, placing sixth in the 10-team field. The Dragons tallied 156 points. Greenfield-Central (482) was the champion, followed by Connersville (385), Mt. Vernon (381), Richmond (238) and New Castle (175). The Dragons’ top finisher was the 200 free relay of Joseph Rogers, Michael