New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Soccer

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Girls soccer trips Cubs

The New Palestine girls soccer team scored twice in the second half to beat Franklin 2-1 Monday night at NPHS. The game was scoreless until the 66th minute, when the Dragons took the lead off an indirect kick. Emma Carmichael fed the ball to Meaghan Matus, who fired on goal. Her shot was saved, but Carmichael

Girls soccer downs Delta

Katie Settergren scored twice and six different Dragons found the back of the net to lead the Dragon girls soccer team to an 8-0 victory over Delta Saturday morning at NPHS. Settergren scored the game’s first two goals, taking feeds from Olivia Lambdin and Hannah Taggart. On the first, she converted an on-the-ground cross from Lambdin.

Girls soccer falls to G-C

The New Palestine girls soccer team dropped a hard-fought 2-1 decision Wednesday to host Greenfield-Central. The Dragons got a first-half goal from Katie Settergren to tie the game, assisted by Courtney Smith off a corner kick, but the Cougars scored late to break the tie. “This was a tough one to swallow after coming of a

Girls soccer seizes HHC lead

The New Palestine girls soccer team seized the lead in the Hoosier Heritage Conference standings with a 3-1 victory over previously-undefeated New Castle Monday night. The Dragons are now 7-2 overall and 3-0 in HHC play, and are in a tie with Pendleton Heights atop the conference. The Trojans were knocked from the conference lead, and

Girls soccer falls to Braves

The New Palestine girls soccer team dropped a 9-0 decision to No. 2 Brebeuf Thursday. The host Braves took a 6-0 lead at halftime and added in the second half. “Coming off a physical overtime game against Mt. Vernon, we were playing the back end of a back to back against one of the top teams

Girls soccer bests Marauders in OT

Katie Villiger scored in the second overtime period Wednesday to lift New Palestine to a 2-1 girls soccer victory over host Mt. Vernon. The Dragons and Marauders traded early goals, and then the score stayed tied 1-1 through regulation and the first half of the 14-minute overtime period. “It’s a conference game, it’s a rivalry, it’s

Girls soccer blanks Tigers

The New Palestine girls soccer team won its Hoosier Heritage Conference opener Wednesday, blanking Yorktown 3-0. The Dragons are now 5-1 on the season and 1-0 in HHC play. The game was tied at halftime, but the Dragons pulled away in the second half. Katie Villiger scored twice, with two goals sandwiched around a tally by

Girls soccer blanks Warriors

The New Palestine girls soccer team posted another shutout on Saturday, beating Warren Central 3-0. The Dragons came alive in the second half, tallying three times after a scoreless first half. NP broke the ice on an own goal. Olivia Lambdin started the play, firing a shot that was tipped by the goalkeeper and then

Girls soccer falls to Roncalli

The New Palestine girls soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to Roncalli on Monday. The Dragons are now 3-1-0 on the season. Coach Gina Fannin cited the performance of Meaghan Matus, for her tough midfield play. “The Dragons were simply outplayed on the Roncalli turf,” Fannin said. “The ball was fast and we were just unable

Girls soccer wins invitational

The New Palestine girls soccer team won the New Palestine Invitational on Saturday. In the first game, the Dragons blanked Centerville 3-0. The Dragons then beat Franklin Central 2-0 in the second contest. In the opener, goalkeeper Alicia Petrow had six saves for her first shutout. Kathryn Davis had a goal and an assist. Olivia