New Palestine Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls basketball falls on late rally

The New Palestine girls basketball team fell 51-47 Thursday night to Triton Central, as the Tigers posted a late fourth-quarter rally. A back-and-forth game saw the Dragons push ahead midway through the fourth. Trailing 40-37, Haley Harrison hit a 3-pointer after Jordan Reid’s steal to tie the game. TC answered with a 3-pointer to restore

Dragon weekend hoops preview

New Palestine’s basketball teams each have two games this weekend. Preview them here. GIRLS (Game notes/media preview) Thursday at Triton Central Time: JV 6, V 7:30 Site: Triton Central High School (directions) Saturday vs. Whiteland Time: JV noon, V 1:30 Site: NPHS Promotion: Doe Creek Night (all DCMS players will be recognized at halftime) Preview: Game notes Looking ahead: The Dragons

Girls basketball pulls away to beat Indian Creek

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a big second half Tuesday to pull away to a 55-32 victory over Indian Creek. The victory gave the Dragons back-to-back victories and a 12-5 record for the season, clinching a winning record for the second straight year. NP built a 14-7 lead after a quarter, but significant

Girls basketball downs Herron

The New Palestine girls basketball team had a shutout first quarter and a 29-point second frame en route to a 73-11 victory over Herron Tuesday night. The Dragons’ 29-point second quarter is a season high. The victory snapped a brief two-game losing streak and improved New Palestine’s record to 11-5 on the season. Senior Raegan

Girls basketball falls in HHC tilt

The New Palestine girls basketball team dropped a 57-44 decision to Pendleton Heights Saturday afternoon in a battle for the Hoosier Heritage Conference title. The Dragons are now 10-5 on the season and 6-1 in the HHC. They’re in second place in the HHC, a half-game behind PH. The Arabians have one conference game remaining, Jan.

Girls basketball finishes 2nd at Greensburg

The New Palestine girls basketball team finished second at Tuesday’s Greensburg Tournament, winning their opener against Noblesville 56-28 before falling to Class 3A No. 8 Greensburg 47-39 in the championship game. The Dragons saw their nine-game winning streak ended, but they are now 10-4 on the season and host fellow Hoosier Heritage Conference co-leader Pendleton

Girls basketball wins 8th straight

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a strong defensive effort to beat Yorktown 47-23 Saturday afternoon at NPHS, giving the Dragons eight straight victories. It also gave the Dragons a chance to play for the Hoosier Heritage Conference championship against Pendleton Heights on New Year’s Eve. The Dragons are 6-0 in HHC play, PH

Dragon weekend hoops preview

GIRLS Saturday: vs. Yorktown: noon/1:30 p.m. Site: NPHS Preview: Game notes BOYS Friday: vs. New Castle, 6/7:30 p.m. Site: NPHS Promotion: Doe Creek Night. All DCMS basketball players will be admitted free and be introduced at halftime.  Broadcast: Click here to listen to the LIVE Dragon Radio broadcast. Mobile users: Search for “NPHS Dragon Radio” on the TuneIn app. (alternate

Girls basketball rallies past MV in key HHC tilt

The Hoosier Heritage Conference-leading New Palestine girls basketball team rallied to a 47-43 victory over Mt. Vernon in a key HHC game Tuesday at MV. The Dragons trailed by seven in the third quarter, and were down by two midway through the fourth after an 8-2 MV run that spanned three possessions. NP’s defense forced

Girls basketball beats G-C for 6th straight win

The New Palestine girls basketball team used a big first-half run to beat Greenfield-Central 54-41 Friday night at G-C. It gave the Dragons their sixth straight victory and a 4-0 record in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. NP is now 7-3 overall this season. Raegan McMurray had 19 points and seven rebounds to lead the Dragons,