New Palestine Boys Varsity Tennis

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Tennis claims outright HHC title

The Dragons varsity tennis team swept the New Castle Trojans 5-0 in a crucial match to clinch the Hoosier Heritage Conference title. The Dragons went 7-0 in the HHC, winning the title with a 33-2 individual match record against conference foes. The Dragons won their third HHC title in school history, and the first since 2009.

Tennis claims piece of HHC title

The New Palestine tennis team continued its impressive season with a 5-0 victory over arch-rival Mt. Vernon to win at least a share of the Hoosier Heritage Conference title Tuesday. The Dragons can win the championship outright with a victory Wednesday at New Castle. Dragons No. 1 singles player Matthew True outclassed MV senior Matthew McCullough 6-0,

Tennis tames Tigers 5-0

The Dragons varsity tennis team defeated the visiting Triton Central Tigers 5-0 Thursday. NP No. 1 singles player Matthew True was in top form against Tigers senior Jeff Miller winning 6-1, 6-0. No. 2 singles Ben Blachly made few unforced errors when he beat Tigers sophomore Jordan Brandman 6-0, 6-0. Carson Gavin played at No. 3

Tennis sweeps Tech

The New Palestine varsity tennis team beat hosts Arsenal Tech Titans 5-0 Tuesday, giving up only one game in the five varsity matches played. At No. 1 singles, freshman Ethan Haeberle continued his good form when he easily beat Titans junior Jalen Walker 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 singles Trevor Darley beat sophomore Victor Huerta 6-0, 6-1. Senior Aidan Miller

Tennis sweeps Arabians

The New Palestine varsity tennis team played at Pendleton Heights Monday without two players who were suffering from an illness, but the Dragons produced an impressive team performance to win 5-0. At No. 1 singles for NP, Matthew True, continued his excellent form this season to shut out PH senior Drew Wilson 6-0, 6-0. Dragons sophomore Ben Blachly was forced

Tennis wins eighth county title

The Dragons varsity tennis team won its Hancock County Championship Saturday by the impressive margin of 21 points, tallying a perfect score of 35 points. Mt. Vernon finished second, beating Greenfield-Central by one point. Eastern Hancock finished fourth. Matthew True, NP’s top singles player, won his 50th varsity match during the championships when he won the No. 1 singles

Tennis tames Bears

The visiting New Palestine varsity tennis team defeated the Lawrence Central Bears 5-0. The match was completed Friday after rain intervened on Wednesday.  No. 1 singles for NP, Matthew True, dominated the points with his topspin forehand. He made few mistakes when to comfortably beat junior Peyton Books 6-0, 6-2 – to give the visitors their first point. Ben

Tennis goes 1-1 in triangular meet

The Dragons varsity tennis team hosted a triangular tournament with the University Trailblazers and the Greenwood Woodmen Saturday. NP beat University 5-0 but was narrowly beaten 3-2 by Greenwood in an exciting deciding match. NP did not drop a set in its comfortable win over University. Dragons No. 2 doubles player Nathan Hubbard made his varsity debut

Tennis improves to 4-0 in HHC

The Dragons varsity tennis team hosted the Shelbyville Golden Bears in a Heritage Hoosier Conference match and cruised to a 5-0 victory. No. 1 singles for the Dragons, Matthew True continued his impressive streak of form when he easily defeated senior Evan Phares 6-0, 6-2. No. 2 singles player for NP, Ben Blachly found himself

Tennis zaps Flashes

The New Palestine Dragons varsity tennis team was too strong for host Franklin Central Wednesday, as the Dragons won 5-0. Dragons No. 1 singles player Matthew True dictated the groundstroke rallies with his powerful forehand against senior Nathan French. True’s improved speed and penetration on his shots set up a 6-0, 6-2 victory. Ben Blachly, NP’s No. 2