New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Cross Country

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CC teams sweep invitational

The New Palestine cross country teams swept Tuesday’s New Palestine Invitational, winning both individual and team titles. The Dragon boys took five of the top six spots to finish first with 19 places, beating Pendleton Heights (50), Rushville (75), Knightstown (123) and Morristown (132). Kyler Harrison was the individual winner with a time of 17:20.0. Drew

CC teams finish 3rd at Rushville

The New Palestine cross country teams each finished third in Saturday’s Rushville Invitational. The Dragon boys tallied 93 places, finishing behind Cathedral (21) and Jennings County (49). NP was two places ahead of fourth-place East Central, and well ahead of the remainder of the field in the seven-team meet. The Dragons were led by Kyler Harrison,

Boys CC finishes 3rd at PH, girls 7th

The New Palestine boys cross country team posted a strong performance at Wednesday’s Pendleton Heights Arabian Roundup, finishing third of 20 teams. The Dragon boys tallied 96 places, behind Pendleton Heights (55) and Hamilton Southeastern (60). NP was 49 places ahead of fourth-place Wapahani. The Dragons had two top-15 finishers, as Kyler Harrison placed eighth

CC teams have strong results at Zionsville

The New Palestine cross country teams opened the season at Saturday’s Zionsville Invitational. The Dragon girls placed fifth in the junior/senior race and sixth in the freshman/sophomore race. The NP boys were eighth in the junior/senior race and seventh in the freshman/sophomore event. The season-opening meet is held on a 4K course – shorter than

CC finishes eighth at semistate

The New Palestine boys cross country team placed eighth at the 20-team Shelbyville semistate, a strong showing for the regional champions. NP had 281 places and was the highest finisher out of the five teams that advanced from the Rushville regional. The top six teams, as well as the top 10 runners from non-advancing teams

Boys CC wins regional title

The New Palestine boys cross country team had three runners place in the top five to clinch the Rushville regional championship Saturday. The Dragons tallied 64 places to tie Greenfield-Central for first, but NP won on the tiebreaker, as the Dragons’ sixth runner placed ahead of the Cougars’. NP won by placing three in the

Boys CC wins sectional title, girls advance

The New Palestine boys cross country team won the second sectional championship in the program’s history Saturday, claiming the crown at the meet hosted by the Dragons. NP had three runners in the top five to tally 41 places and beat Franklin Central (52) by 11. Greenfield-Central (75), Warren Central (121) and Roncallli (129) also

CC teams finish 2nd, 3rd at HHC meet

The New Palestine cross country teams had solid showings at Saturday’s Hoosier Heritage Conference meet at Pendleton Heights. The Dragon boys finished second to Pendleton Heights, while the NP girls placed third in the eight-team meet. In the boys race, the Dragons tallied 51 places, 18 behind champion Pendleton Heights. NP was 25 spots ahead of

CC teams 4th, 9th at Shelbyville

The New Palestine cross country teams posted solid showings at Saturday’s Golden Bear Invitational at Shelbyville, with the boys finishing fourth and the girls placing ninth. In the boys meet, the Dragons tallied 145 places to finish fourth behind Brebeuf (31), Avon (43) and Zionsville (92). NP was 19 spots ahead of Southport in the

Boys cross country wins county title; girls 2nd

The New Palestine boys cross country team won its first county championship in a decade Tuesday, placing four runners in the top six to take the trophy in the meet at NPHS. The Dragons tallied 26 places to win the title by 17 places over Greenfield-Central (43). Mt. Vernon was third with 68 and Eastern