New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Cross Country

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Dragons earn HHC honors

As the fall season comes to a close, several NPHS athletes earned All-Hoosier Heritage Conference honors. All-HHC teams are chosen by a vote of the coaches in five sports, while they are determined by the results of the conference meet in the other three. The NPHS All-HHC performers are: Football Zach Neligh, Jr., QB Luke Canfield,

CC teams finish season at semistate

The New Palestine cross country teams finished their seasons Saturday at the Shelbyvile semistate. The Dragon girls placed 16th in a 21-team field, while the boys were 19th of 20 teams. The NP girls tallied 446 places, 17 ahead of Center Grove and 33 back of Franklin. Brenna Shaw led the way with a 59th

CC teams advance to semistate

The New Palestine cross country teams both advanced to the semistate after posting strong days at Saturday’s Rushville regional. The Dragon boys finished second in the 10-team regional, just four places back of regional champion Franklin Central. The NP girls finished third. The top five teams advance to the semistate, which will be held next

CC teams finish 2nd in sectional

The New Palestine cross country teams both finished second in Saturday’s New Palestine sectional and will advance to next week’s regional. The Dragon boys finished second to Franklin Central, tallying 73 places. NP was the only school with two top-five finishers, but the Flashes were able to place all five scoring runners in the top

Cross country finishes 2nd, 3rd in HHC

The New Palestine cross country teams had a solid day at the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet Saturday at Shelbyville. The Dragon boys finished second in the conference, while the girls placed third. Depth carried the NP boys, who had five runners in the top 30 and tallied 80 points to finish second to Pendleton Heights

CC teams run well at Shelbyville

The New Palestine cross country teams had solid days in a deep field Saturday at the Golden Bear Invitational in Shelbyville. The Dragon boys finished seventh out of 15 schools in the large-school division, tallying 223 places. NP was 90 spots back of sixth-place Brebeuf, but beat seventh-place Danville by 12. Avon won the title with

Cross country sweeps county

The New Palestine cross country teams swept the Hancock County championship hardware Tuesday, with the Dragons claiming team and individual titles on their home course. The Dragons won the boys title with a 1-2 finish and a score of 32 places, beating Greenfield-Central (58) by 26 places. Mt. Vernon (61) was third and Eastern Hancock (80)

Girls CC runner-up at FlashRock

The New Palestine cross country teams had successful days at Saturday’s FlashRock Invitational in Carmel, one of the biggest invitationals of the season. The Dragon girls finished second in the invitational race, with two top-five finishes. NP’s 87 places were 37 shy of winner Fort Wayne Snider, but comfortably ahead of third-place Heritage Christian (126). Brenna

Cross country wins Whiteland Invitational

The New Palestine cross country team took home hardware from Saturday’s Whiteland Invitational. The Dragon boys won the race with 46 places to beat host Whiteland by nine. Greenwood was third (84) in the 11-team meet. The Dragons had three runners in the top 10, with Kyler Harrison placing third, Drew Austin sixth and Josh

Boys CC finishes 2nd at Marion

The New Palestine boys cross country team had a strong showing at the Marion Invitational, finishing second in the Purple Division race. One of the state’s largest meets, the Dragons were second of 16 teams in their division, which was the large-school division and the second of the three races held. NP tallied 81 places,