New Palestine Girls Varsity Basketball

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Dragon weekend hoops preview

Preview this weekend’s New Palestine basketball games GIRLS Preview: game notes Friday: at Greenfield-Central, 6 p.m. Site: Cougar Gymnasium, Greenfield (directions) Broadcast: Click here to listen to the LIVE Dragon Radio broadcast. Mobile users: Search for “NPHS Dragon Radio” on the TuneIn app. (alternate links and archives here). BOYS Preview: game notes Friday: at Greenfield-Central, 7:30 p.m. Site: Cougar Gymnasium,

Girls basketball wins 5th straight

The New Palestine girls basketball team took an early lead and pulled away to a 58-24 victory Tuesday at Shelbyville. The victory gave the Dragons their fifth straight victory, and gave them a 3-0 record in the Hoosier Heritage Conference and a 6-3 mark overall. Raegan McMurray led the Dragons with 19 points, and NP

NPHS athletics hosting 2 dinner fundraisers

New Palestine fans will have the opportunity to support the Special Olympics of Indiana and the Special Olympics of Hancock County twice this week. Both are sponsored by the NPHS athletic department and the Student Council for Athletic Leadership in Education. On Tuesday, Dec. 6, come to the newly-opened Valentine Cafe – in the former JayRae’s location

Girls hoops wins 4th straight

The New Palestine girls basketball team won its fourth straight game Saturday, beating host Delta 52-36 in a Hoosier Heritage Conference matchup. The Dragons took a double-digit lead at halftime, leading 28-15, and maintained the lead for the victory. Raegan McMurray led the Dragons with 18 points. Leah Seib added 13. Megan Jolly added five

Girls basketball seizes HHC victory in closing minutes

The New Palestine girls basketball team pulled away in the closing minutes Tuesday for a 51-44 victory over New Castle. Senior Raegan McMurray led a strong, balanced Dragon effort with a double-double. She had 19 points and 10 rebounds, playing all but 40 seconds of the contest. McMurray was 11-of-14 from the line. Sophomore Leah Seib

Girls basketball beats Perry Meridian

The New Palestine girls basketball team won its second straight game Saturday afternoon, beating traditional power Perry Meridian 54-51. NP seized control with an 11-point run in the second half after a closely-played first half. Leah Seib had nine points in the run, which put NP up 37-32. It was 41-39 after three, and the Dragons

Girls hoops routs Scecina

The New Palestine girls basketball team jumped ahead early and never looked back Saturday in a 75-19 victory over Scecina. The Dragons had three players in double figures, with senior Raegan McMurray leading the way with 21 points. Leah Seib added 15 and Cassidy Matheson 10. Katie Herron added nine points. The Dragons are now

Girls basketball falls in closing seconds

The New Palestine girls basketball team dropped a 51-50 decision to Franklin Central in the closing seconds Tuesday night at FC. The host Flashes took the lead in the final 20 seconds of the fourth quarter and held on during the final possession. The Dragons built a 40-26 lead through three quarters based in part on

Girls basketball falls to Southport

The New Palestine girls basketball team dropped a 49-37 decision Saturday to Southport. The visiting Cardinals used a 14-2 run in the second half to turn what was a tie game into a 40-28 advantage in the closing minutes. What had been a back-and-forth game in the first half remained so, as NP took its

Winter teams learn sectional sites

The New Palestine basketball teams will be playing their sectional contests at new sites this winter, as the IHSAA announced sectional sites for the upcoming season Wednesday. The New Palestine boys basketball team will be playing its sectional at Brebeuf this winter. NPHS hosted the 3A sectional that features the Dragons, Brebeuf, Chatard, Crispus Attucks, Herron, Manual and Marshall