New Palestine Girls Varsity Basketball

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GBB rally falls short against Greenwood

The New Palestine girls basketball team rallied back from a 16-point second-half deficit Tuesday night, but Greenwood was able to stave off the comeback and beat the Dragons 57-51 in NP’s home opener. The Dragons went on a 15-6 spurt in the third quarter to turn what was a 35-19 deficit into a 41-34 one, keyed by

Girls basketball opens with victory

The New Palestine girls basketball team opened its season Thursday with a 61-36 road victory over Connersville in the Spartan Bowl. The Dragons got off to a big start, shutting out their hosts and leading 15-0 at a quarter. NP extended the lead to 33-10 at the half and kept it in double-digits the remainder of

Sign up for NPHS summer camps

New Palestine High School will host several sport camps during summer 2016. Cost for all camps is $35. Click the sport’s name for info & registration forms. Boys basketball Current grades 1-2: June 6-9, 9-10:15 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 3-4: June 6-9, 10:15-11:45 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 5-7:

2016 NPHS summer camp info

New Palestine High School will host several sport camps during summer 2016. Cost for all camps is $35. Click the sport’s name for info & registration forms. Boys basketball Current grades 1-2: June 6-9, 9-10:15 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 3-4: June 6-9, 10:15-11:45 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 5-7:

Kehrt commits to DePauw

New Palestine High School senior Natalie Kehrt has signed a letter of commitment to play basketball at DePauw University. Kehrt becomes the third member of the girls basketball Class of 2016 to commit to play collegiately, joining Haley Stratman (Taylor) and Carly Hackler (Anderson). Kehrt averaged 9.3 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.5 steals for the Dragons this

Hackler commits to Anderson

New Palestine High School senior Carly Hackler has signed her letter of commitment to play basketball at Anderson University. Hackler was a four-year starter for the Dragons, helping lead them to a 16-7 record in 2015-16, the program’s most wins in 12 years, and a 13-win turnaround from three years ago. She played multiple positions, and averaged

GBB falls in sectional opener

The New Palestine girls basketball team staged a furious comeback from an 11-point halftime deficit to forge a fourth-quarter tie, but Whiteland scored the game’s last 10 points to beat the Dragons 47-37 Wednesday in the Class 4A Center Grove sectional opener. The Dragons fell behind 17-7 in the game’s first 10 minutes, and trailed

GBB posts 16th win

The New Palestine girls basketball team finished the regular season with a 16-6 record Wednesday, rallying to beat Lawrence Central 46-37. The 16-win season marks the most regular season wins for the Dragons since the mid-1990s. The Dragons trailed 19-14 after a quarter, but outscored the Bears 11-3 in the second quarter to take a three-point lead

Girls basketball draws Whiteland

The Dragon girls basketball team drew a first-round matchup against the Whiteland Warriors in next week’s Class 4A Center Grove sectional. The game will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3. The winner will face either Greenwood or Franklin Central in the semifinal game on Friday, Feb. 5, with the title game set for Feb. 6.

Girls BB posts 15th win

The Dragon girls basketball team beat Decatur Central 62-34 Saturday afternoon to post its 15th victory of the season. Three Dragons scored in double-figures, as Raegan McMurray scored 18 points and Natalie Kehrt 16. Katlyn Keele added 13 points. Emma Grable added seven points. Haley Stratman and Haley Harrison scored three each. Carly Hackler had