New Palestine Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls basketball falls on road

The New Palestine girls basketball team dropped a 52-46 decision Monday at Indian Creek. NP had a solid start, taking a 16-9 lead after a quarter, paced by Haley Harrison’s five points and four each from Megan Jolly and Tatum Biddle. But Indian Creek outscored the Dragons 17-8 in the second quarter to take a

Girls basketball posts big victory

The New Palestine girls basketball team began 2018 Tuesday with an emphatic 67-14 victory over Herron. The Dragons jumped out to a 21-4 lead after a quarter and used a 29-0 run in the first half to go up 41-4 in the final minute of the first half. Three Dragons scored in double figures – the

Girls basketball goes 1-1 at Noblesville

The New Palestine girls basketball team went 1-1 on the day Friday at the Noblesville Tournament, placing third in the four-team event. In the semifinal, a fourth-quarter rally fell short as the Dragons fell to host Noblesville 69-60. NP then rallied to beat Southport 59-52 in the consolation game. Megan Jolly and Leah Seib provided

Girls basketball falls in matchup of top teams

In a matchup of two one-loss teams, Whiteland had one more run than New Palestine Friday night, as the host Warriors used a fourth-quarter spurt to pull ahead in a 68-63 victory over the Dragons. New Palestine dropped to 10-2, while host Whiteland improved to 12-1. After the teams had traded baskets – and the lead

GBB game at Indian Creek moved to Jan. 8

The New Palestine girls basketball game at Indian Creek has been moved to Monday, Jan. 8. The game was originally scheduled for Jan. 9 at Indian Creek, but is being moved to accommodate a schedule conflict with the Johnson County boys basketball tournament. The game times will remain the same, with the JV tipping off

Girls basketball beats Yorktown in closing seconds

Haley Harrison’s shot with six seconds left lifted the New Palestine girls basketball team to a 41-40 victory over Yorktown Saturday afternoon. The game was a back-and-forth affair throughout, with Yorktown taking a 40-39 lead in the final two minutes. It held until Harrison’s shot. NP then had a defensive stand on Yorktown’s final possession to seal

Girls basketball streak snapped

The New Palestine girls basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday, falling t0 Mt. Vernon 60-47. The Dragons used a 11-4 run at the end of the first quarter to take a lead, but a hot-shooting MV team took the lead early in the second and maintained it throughout much of the

Girls basketball wins ninth straight

The New Palestine girls basketball team improved to 9-0 on the season Friday, pulling away in the fourth quarter to beat Greenfield-Central 42-31. The 9-0 start is the best in school history. The Dragons are also 4-0 in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. KatieHerron scored five first-quarter points to lead the Dragons to an early lead. Three-pointers by

Hoops preview: Dragons vs. G-C & Westfield

Game info Friday: Greenfield-Central at New Palestine Girls varsity 6 p.m., boys varsity 7:30 p.m. Admission: $5 Promotions: #BrodyStrong night during both games, Dragons Sports Fair from 5-6 p.m. Meet coaches & players and learn about NPHS sports. Elementary students who attend the sports fair receive free admission. Also: Tickets for the Dragons’ Jan. 13 boys/girls games at the Indiana

Girls basketball ties record with win

The New Palestine girls basketball team tied a school record for the longest win streak to start a season Tuesday, beating Shelbyville 52-29. The victory gave the Dragons an 8-0 record – tying the 1988-89 and 1993-94 teams for the longest win streak to start a season in the program’s 44-year history. The Dragons are