New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Cross Country

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Girls CC finishes 2nd in HHC

The Dragon girls cross country team finished second in Saturday’s Hoosier Heritage Conference meet, while the boys had a fifth-place finish in the eight-team event at New Palestine High School. The Dragon girls had 95 places to finish runner-up to Pendleton Heights (16). Yorktown (103) was third, Delta (105) fourth, followed by Shelbyville (144), Mt.

Girls CC 2nd, boys 5th at Madison

Fresh off its county title, the New Palestine girls cross country team finished second of 11 teams at the Madison Courier Invitational. The Dragon boys finished fifth in a 13-team field. In the girls race, the Dragons tallied 100 places, runner-up to Meade County (Ky.), which won with 41. NP was ahead of Switzerland County

Girls CC wins county title

The New Palestine girls cross country team won the Hancock County championship Tuesday, tallying 37 places to win the title by 11 points over runner-up Mt. Vernon. The Dragon boys placed third in the county meet, which was hosted by New Palestine. The Dragons placed three runners in the top six to pace the victory.

CC teams compete at FlashRock

The New Palestine cross country teams had a solid showing at one of the biggest regular-season races in the state – Saturday’s FlashRock Invitational. Running on a very wet course with a lot of standing water, the Dragon boys finished 22nd out of 25 teams in the top-level championship race – one featuring several of the

Voelz wins Whiteland Invitational

NPHS junior Samuel Voelz won the title at the Whiteland Invitational cross country race Saturday morning. Voelz led the Dragons to a second-place finish out of 13 teams. Greenwood won the title with 52 places, NP had 82, and host Whiteland 108. Beech Grove (127) and Jennings County (128) rounded out the top five. In

CC runs to top five at Marion

The New Palestine cross country teams finished in the top five in their respective races at the Marion Invitational, which was contested Saturday at Indiana Wesleyan University. The Dragons boys were fourth out of 20 schools in the purple (medium school) division, while the girls were fifth. In the boys race, junior Samuel Voelz led

CC competes at Noblesville

The New Palestine cross country teams competed in the Noblesville Hokum Karem Saturday at White River Elementary, where three teams of two runners from each school compete in a relay race. The Dragon boys were fourth of seven teams, while the NP girls were sixth. New Palestine’s boys were fourth of seven teams with 41

Dragon boys 3rd, girls 5th at PH

The New Palestine boys cross country team finished third in the 18-team Pendleton Heights Arabian Roundup Wednesday in Pendleton. The Dragons tallied a team score of 102, trailing Pendleton Heights (41) and Mt. Vernon (54). NP outdistanced New Castle (130) and Anderson (155) in the top five. Samuel Voelz led the Dragons, finishing fourth with a

Voelz 4th at Brebeuf Invitational

New Palestine junior Samuel Voelz was fourth at the Brebeuf Harvey Invitational on Saturday, leading the Dragons in a solid day in their first weekend invitational. As a team, the Dragon boys finished fifth in an 11-team field with 145 points. The Dragon girls were seventh of 11 teams with a score of 188. In the

CC teams open season

The New Palestine cross country teams opened the season Tuesday with the annual New Palestine Five-Way held at the NPHS course. Both teams were the runners-up in their respective meets. The Dragon boys finished second with 50 points, behind Westfield, which had a perfect score of 15. Rushville (98), Shelbyville (108) and Knightstown (128) filled