New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Soccer

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Girls soccer blanks Tigers

The New Palestine girls soccer team scored four first-half goals and rolled to a 6-0 road victory Wednesday over Triton Central. Victoria Crowder had a goal and two assists and five other Dragons scored in the victory, which moved NP to 2-0 on the season. Olivia McKilligin opened the scoring on an assist from Crowder. Corrin

Girls soccer blanks Falcons in opener

The New Palestine girls soccer team posted a strong opening to the season, beating Perry Meridian 3-0 in Monday’s debut game. Olivia Lambdin put the Dragons up 1-0 at halftime with a first-half tally. Olivia McKilligin added a second-half goal to extend the lead, while Victoria Crowder scored late to push the edge to 3-0. In

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

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

Matus named first team All-State

New Palestine senior Meaghan Matus has been named first team All-State by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association. Matus had two goals and six assists this season, and was a critical piece in the midfield for a Dragon team that went 10-4-1. She had 12 goals and 18 assists over her four-year career. It was

Matus named honorable mention All-State

New Palestine girls soccer senior Meaghan Matus has been named honorable mention All-State by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association. She had two goals and six assists this season, and was a critical part of the Dragons’ attack as they posted an 11-4-1 record in 2016. Maths is also a two-time All-District player.

Pridgen, Matus named All-District

Two New Palestine soccer players received All-District honors at the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association regional meeting this week. Seniors James Pridgen and Meaghan Matus received the district honors, and as a result, will be invited to play in the ISCA’s district all-star games in November. Pridgen had five goals and nine assists this year as he

Girls soccer falls in sectional match

The New Palestine girls soccer team dropped a 3-1 decision to Mt. Vernon in Thursday’s sectional semifinal at Greenfield-Central. The Marauders jumped ahead 3-0 before Corrin Neese brought the Dragons back with a second-half goal, assisted by Meaghan Matus.  “We played hard and fought until the last whistle blew,” coach Gina Fannin said. “Unfortunately, it

JV girls soccer caps unbeaten season with title

The New Palestine JV girls soccer team finished an undefeated season with the championship in the Warren Central JV invitational Thursday. The Dragons beat Warren Central 1-0 to claim the title, finishing a 10-0-1 campaign. Megan Jolly scored the only goal of the game off an assist from Georgia Hess. On Tuesday, the Dragons advanced

Girls soccer finishes regular season with victory

The New Palestine girls soccer team finished the regular season Monday evening with a 3-0 victory over host Shelbyville. The Dragons took a 2-0 lead in the first half, with goals from Katie Settergren and Corrin Neese. Olivia McKilligin gave the Dragons a three-goal edge in the second half with a one-touch goal on a