New Palestine Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls, boys basketball adjust schedules

The New Palestine girls basketball game and boys basketball scrimmage set for Saturday, Nov. 18, have been rescheduled due to a Scecina schedule conflict. The home girls basketball game against the Crusaders has been moved to Thursday, Jan. 18, with a 6 p.m. JV tipoff and a 7:30 p.m. varsity tip. The boys basketball scrimmage will continue

Girls basketball improves to 3-0

The New Palestine girls basketball team remained unbeaten Saturday with a 47-44 victory at Southport. The victory gave the Dragons a 3-0 record for the first time since the 1998-99 season, and broke a three-game losing streak in the series against Southport. Leah Seib scored 17 points – including 12 in the opening half – while Megan

Girls hoops chops Greenwood

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a big third quarter Wednesday to pull away to a 67-53 victory over host Greenwood. The Dragons improved to 2-0 on the season with the emphatic road win. Four Dragons scored in double-figures in a balanced effort. The Dragons shot 63 percent for the game – hitting 26-of-41

Girls hoops opens with victory

The New Palestine girls basketball team opened its season with a 52-48 victory over Connersville, taking control of the game down the stretch to seize the victory. The Dragons’ swarming defense and attacking offense overcame Connersville’s strong 3-point shooting to seize control of the game in the fourth quarter. The key sequence came in the

Several sports learn new sectional alignments

New Palestine’s athletic teams will have several new sectional foes as they learned the new alignments for the 2017-19 IHSAA tournaments. The Dragon football team will feed into the 5A north semistate and be reunited with county rival Greenfield-Central in a sectional that also includes Anderson, Muncie Central and Zionsville. The basketball and volleyball teams will

Gizzi to lead Dragon girls basketball

New Palestine’s new girls basketball coach is a familiar face. Sarah Gizzi, the all-time leading scorer in the program’s history, has been named the new varsity girls basketball coach. Gizzi has been a part of the Dragons program at all levels, most recently as the head coach of the Doe Creek Middle School eighth-grade team. Gizzi was

McMurray commits to Illinois Wesleyan

New Palestine High School senior Raegan McMurray has committed to play basketball at Illinois Wesleyan University. McMurray is the second-leading scorer in NPHS history, tallying 1,081 career points. She had a tremendous senior year, averaging 18.1 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.0 steals in leading the Dragons to a 17-7 record. She also got

2017 NPHS sports youth camps

Several New Palestine High School athletic teams will be offering youth summer camps in 2017. 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 clicking “click form.” Boys basketball (camp form) Current grades 1-3: 9-10:15 a.m. June 5-8

Kehrt steps down after successful tenure

New Palestine girls basketball coach Brian Kehrt will be stepping down from the position after four successful years at the helm of the Dragons. The Dragons went 54-37 in his four years at the helm, including a 33-14 record the last two seasons, in which the Dragons posted back-to-back 15-win seasons for the first time in

McMurray, Harrison named All-HHC

New Palestine senior Raegan McMurray and sophomore Haley Harrison were named to the All-Hoosier Heritage Conference girls basketball team earlier this week. McMurray graduates as the program’s second-leading career scorer. She averaged 18.1 points and 6.7 rebounds per game this season, hitting 79 percent of her foul shots. She also averaged 2.0 assists per game. She