New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Soccer

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Girls soccer beats Falcons

The New Palestine girls soccer team posted a big victory to open the season with a win Monday, beating Perry Meridian 1-0 in a rematch of last year’s regional contest. Olivia McKilligin scored the Dragons’ tally. Lauren Heitman lobbed a cross from the right wing, which McKilligin redirected into the net. Senior goalkeeper Gabbi Pierson had the

Girls and boys soccer kick off season

The girls and boys soccer teams had quality performances in their season opening scrimmage at Heritage Christian on Saturday evening. The girls fell in the scrimmage format 2-1, but after a slow start worked out some jitters and performed at a very high level in the second session.   The Dragon soccer team opens regular season

NP athletes receive HHC awards

New Palestine athletes in several sports have received postseason all-Hoosier Heritage Conference awards Boys tennis (sectional champ, regional finalist) All-HHC: Brent Barrett, Jake Purcell, Ben Farley/David Thompson Honorable mention: Evan Rejer/Josh McKinney Boys soccer (sectional champion) All-HHC: Jackson Cochran, Kelson Pike, CJ RitziHonorable mention: Matt Ernster, Caleb Kramer, Ryan Miller, Bo Owens, Kyle Rodebeck Girls

Soccer teams fall in regional contests

The two New Palestine soccer teams fell in regional contests this week. The girls soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to Perry Meridian on Wednesday. The boys fell 7-1 to Center Grove in Thursday’s Mt. Vernon regional. The Dragon soccer teams completed successful sectional championship seasons. Congrats to our players and our seniors on a

Girls soccer wins sectional championship

The girls soccer team endured a tough and physical game, defeating Mt. Vernon 1-0 to secure their second straight sectional championship. Midway through the second half, Katie Villiger put away her 20th goal of the season off a Courtney Smith corner kick sent to the far post.  “The girls had to dig deep and give 110% from the first

GSOC wins on senior night

The New Palestine girls soccer team posted a convincing 10-0 win over Wapahani on Senior Night. The Dragons have now won seven straight games, outscoring foes 40-1 in those contests. They finish the regular season with a 12-4-0 record and a 5-2 Hoosier Heritage Conference mark. Amy Hilton scored twice and Meaghan Matus had a

GSOC wins HHC finale

The Dragon girls soccer team won its Hoosier Heritage Conference finale, beating Shelbyville 5-0. The victory extended NP’s winning streak to six games. They have outscored opponents 30-1 in that stretch. Madison Parish had a goal and an assist. Amy Hilton, Leah Enochs, Katie Villiger and Katie Settergren also scored goals. Enochs’ tally was her

Girls soccer rolls to another W

The Dragon girls soccer team saw its shutout string snapped, but rolled to its fifth straight victory, beating Lawrence Central 5-1 Saturday morning at NPHS. Katie Villiger scored twice – giving her 16 goals for the season. Madison Parish also had two goals, and Amy Hilton added a goal and an assist in the victory.

Soccer teams receive sectional draws

The Dragon soccer teams received their sectional draws Friday Boys soccer sectional (at Shelbyville) Wednesday, Oct. 8 5 p.m.: Shelbyville vs. Greenfield-Central 7:30 p.m.: New Palestine vs. Mt. Vernon Saturday, Oct. 11 7 p.m.: Championship WInner goes to: Mt. Vernon regional vs. Center Grove sectional final winner Girls soccer sectional (at Mt. Vernon) Thursday, Oct.

Girls soccer pitches another shutout

The New Palestine girls soccer team pitched another shutout Wednesday, blanking Pendleton Heights 5-0. Goalkeeper Gabbi Pierson notched the team’s seventh shutout of the season and fourth in a row. The Dragons have outscored their foes 20-0 in the streak, beating Delta 3-0, Greenfield-Central and Franklin each by 6-0 scores and now PH 5-0. Madison