New Palestine Boys Varsity Swimming

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Swim teams honor Maxwell in meet against G-C

The New Palestine swim teams honored head coach Steve Maxwell Monday night as they competed against Greenfield-Central. Maxwell is in his 50th year of coaching swimming, a career that has brought him through Texas and California before coming to Indiana in 1985. He had coached at Ben Davis and Warren Central High Schools and Butler

Swim teams fall to PH

The New Palestine swim teams fell in a dual meet Tuesday at Pendleton Heights. The Dragon boys fell 99-86. The girls dropped a 131-52 decision. The Dragons are back in action Monday at home against Greenfield-Central.  

Swim teams compete at East Central

The New Palestine swim teams had solid days at the East Central Relays. The NP boys finished third in the five-team field with 48 points. East Central (94) was the winner, with Connersville (60) placing second. NP was ahead of Greensburg (42) and Greenwood (40). In the girls meet, NP placed fourth with 48 points,

Swimmers sweep triple-dual

The New Palestine swim teams swept a triple-dual meet Thursday with New Castle and Eastern Hancock. The Dragon boys beat New Castle 97-71 and Eastern Hancock 88-52. The Dragon girls beat New Castle 114-57 and Eastern Hancock 94-56. Individual victories for the Dragon girls came from Maria Virt in the 50 freestyle, Alyssa Rieman in diving

Swim teams compete in dual meet

The New Palestine swim teams had a close dual meet with Mt. Vernon Tuesday, with the Dragon girls falling 99-86 and the boys falling 95-77 to the Marauders. Maria Virt and Jessica Rogers were quadruple-winners for the Dragons. Virt won the 200 freestyle and 50 freestyle. Rogers won the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle. They

Holberton, Holbrook to swim at Hanover

New Palestine High School seniors Hailee Holberton and Louis Holbrook have signed letters of commitment to swim at Hanover College. Holberton qualified for the IHSAA State Finals as a sectional champion in 2017 in two relays and has competed in track and swimming at NPHS. Holbrook had a top-four finish in the 2018 sectional and has

Boys swimming finishes fourth in sectional

The New Palestine boys swimming team finished fourth in Saturday’s New Palestine sectional, tallying 236 points. Greenfield-Central won the sectional (525.5) over Mt. Vernon (364.5). Richmond was third (272). NP was ahead of Connersville (203), Eastern Hancock (170), Centerville (169), Hagerstown (93) and New Castle (62). The Dragons had three third-place finishes, beginning with the meet-opening 200

Dragons net high seeds in swim sectional

New Palestine High School junior Iago Broullon-Blanco will have the top seed in the 100 breaststroke when the New Palestine swimming sectional finals commence Saturday. Broullon-Blanco finished first in the sectional preliminaries in the breaststroke with a time of 1:01.46. He’ll be one of three top-three seeds for New Palestine in Saturday’s sectional final races. New Palestine

Boys swim splits with PH, Hagerstown

The New Palestine boys swimming team split a double-dual meet with Pendleton Heights and Hagerstown Monday. The Dragons fell to PH 51-42 in a close meet. NP beat Hagerstown 65.5-24.5. Iago Broullon-Blanco was a double-winner for the Dragons. He won the 100 breastststroke and also teamed up with Tyler Corey, Louis Holbrook and Damon Estes

Boys swimmers sweep Rebels, Woodmen

The New Palestine boys swim team beat Roncalli for the first time in 11 years and also knocked off Greenwood Monday in a double-dual meet. The Dragons beat Roncalli 149-139, while beating Greenwood 165-99. Louis Holbrook was a quadruple-winner for the Dragons, winning the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly and two relays. Tyler Corey and