New Palestine Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls basketball improves to 6-1

The New Palestine girls basketball team improved to 6-1 on the season Saturday with a 56-43 victory over Indian Creek. The Dragons held a 12-9 lead after a quarter and extended it to 19-12 at halftime with a strong defensive second period, finishing the half with a 7-0 run. NP led 37-27 after three. Leah

Girls basketball rallies to beat Rushville

The New Palestine girls basketball team trailed throughout the first three quarters of the contest, falling behind by as many as 13 in the second half. But NP rallied at the end of the third quarter and continued that momentum into the fourth to beat Rushville 62-50 Tuesday at New Palestine. The Dragons are now 5-1 on

Girls basketball falls to LN

The New Palestine girls basketball team dropped a 75-44 decision to 4A No. 5 Lawrence North Saturday afternoon on the road. The Dragons fell to 4-1 on the season with the loss. Tatum Biddle led the Dragons with eight points. Haley Harrison and Leah Seib tallied seven points each. Megan Jolly, Michaela Jones and Jordan Reid

Girls basketball zaps Flashes

The New Palestine girls basketball team beat Franklin Central 58-33 Tuesday to improve to 4-0 on the season. The Dragons used an 18-6 second quarter to pull ahead 27-13 at hte break, and then extended the lead to 49-21 after three. NP had a three-point barrage in the game, hitting nine shots from beyond the

NPHS announces basketball schedule changes

Due to New Palestine’s extended participation in the IHSAA football tournament, the school has made multiple schedule changes. The IHSAA football semistate game between the Dragons and Michigan City will be played at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 at Kelso Stadium. The girls basketball game at Lawrence North scheduled for that day has been moved up

Girls basketball beats Southport

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a strong start to take a lead Saturday, then pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat Southport 62-40. NP built a 14-7 lead after a quarter and maintained it, before outscoring the Cardinals 18-6 in the final period to pull away to the victory. The Dragons led 30-24

Girls basketball rolls in home opener

The New Palestine girls basketball team posted its second straight lopsided victory to open the season Wednesday, beating Greenwood 74-31 in the Dragons’ home opener. NP jumped out to an early double-digit lead and led 20-10 after a quarter. A big second-quarter run pushed the edge to 41-17 at the half and 61-26 after three. Junior

Girls basketball gets defensive in opening rout

The New Palestine girls basketball team posted a shutout quarter and had a strong defensive effort in a season-opening 71-17 victory over Connersville at the Spartan Bowl. The Dragons jumped out to a 13-2 lead after a quarter and extended the edge to 35-9 at the half. NP then outscored the host Spartans 20-0 in the

2018 NPHS summer sports camps

Several New Palestine High School athletic teams will be offering camps this summer. Unless otherwise noted, the cost of all camps is $35, with checks to be made out to CSCSHC. The camp sign-up sheets can be found by choosing “camp form.” Boys basketball (camp form) Current grades 1-3: 9-10:15 a.m. June 4-7 at Doe Creek

Trio named All-HHC girls basketball

Three New Palestine juniors were named to the All-Hoosier Heritage Conference girls basketball team Tuesday. The All-HHC team is chosen by vote of the conference coaches. Forward Leah Seib finished the regular season as the conference’s leading rebounder and free throw shooter and fourth-leading scorer. She was an All-HHC selection after a season in which