New Palestine Girls Varsity Basketball

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Balance leads girls basketball in road win

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a fast start, building an early double-digit lead and never looking back Tuesday in a 69-39 victory at Beech Grove. The Dragons scored the game’s first 10 points and built a 16-6 lead after a period. NP extended it to 38-17 at halftime and then used a 21-6

Girls hoops clinches outright HHC title

The New Palestine girls basketball team clinched the outright Hoosier Heritage Conference championship Friday, rallying to beat host Pendleton Heights 52-40. The Dragons, ranked No. 15 in the IBCA poll, improved to 17-2 on the year and finished HHC play 7-0, their first outright HHC title and second overall league title since 1994. NP trailed 11-6

Weekend hoops preview: Dragons at PH/Mooresville

The New Palestine basketball teams will both be in action tonight at Pendleton Heights, with the 15th-ranked girls looking to wrap up an unbeaten HHC championship, while the boys look to improve to 3-1 in the conference. The Dragon boys then travel to Mooresville for a Saturday tilt. Given the possibility of inclement weather Saturday,

Girls basketball streak snapped at 12

The New Palestine girls basketball team’s 12-game winning streak was snapped Tuesday in a 57-49 loss at Triton Central. Ranked 15th in the IBCA single-class poll, the Dragons are now 16-2 on the season. TC, ranked No. 3 in the ICGSA Class 2A poll, is now 17-1. The Dragons got off to a hot start,

Girls basketball takes NP tournament title

The 16th-ranked New Palestine girls basketball team added to the trophy case Saturday, beating Greensburg and Noblesville to win the New Palestine tournament title. The victories give the Dragons a 12-game winning streak and a 16-1 record for the season. NP beat Noblesville 42-32 in the championship game, seizing control by outscoring the Millers 14-5 in

Girls basketball wins 10th straight

Playing their second game in less than 20 hours, the New Palestine girls basketball team downed Perry Meridian 40-31 Saturday afternoon. The victory was the 16th-ranked Dragons’ 10th straight and improved their record to 14-1. NP jumped out to an early 15-10 lead after a quarter and maintained it at 21-16 at halftime. PM tied

Strong start leads girls basketball to victory

The No. 16 New Palestine girls basketball team used a big first quarter Friday to seize control of a 47-29 victory over Whiteland. The Dragons gave up the game’s first basket, then went on a 19-point run to take a 19-2 lead after a quarter. The Dragons kept the edge in double figures from there, maintaining the

Gizzi named to Hall of Fame’s Silver Anniversary Team

Sarah (Haynes) Gizzi, a 1994 New Palestine High School graduate, has been named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2019 girls basketball Silver Anniversary Team. Gizzi was a four-year starter on the basketball team. She is New Palestine’s career scoring leader with 1,172 points and led the Dragons to sectional championships in 1992 and 1993

Girls basketball clinches piece of HHC title

The New Palestine girls basketball team clinched at least a share of the Hoosier Heritage Conference title Saturday, rallying in the second half to beat Yorktown 39-36. The victory gives the Dragons their first HHC girls basketball title since 1994, the first year for the conference. After scoring the game’s first two points, the Dragons

Girls basketball beats Marauders, improves to 11-1

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a strong performance in the middle quarters Tuesday to seize control in a 46-40 victory at Mt. Vernon.  The victory put NP alone in first place in the Hoosier Heritage Conference with a 5-0 record. The Dragons are ranked No. 18 in the statewide IBCA poll. The Dragons are