New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Golf

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Golf repeats as HHC champion

The New Palestine golf team took home more hardware Saturday, repeating as the Hoosier Heritage Conference champion. The Dragons shot 348, a season-best 18-hole score. NP has now won the New Castle and New Palestine invitational titles, as well as the Hancock County and HHC championships. Annaliese Fox won the individual conference title, shooting a 78, while

Boys soccer, golf vs. Shelbyville PPD

The New Palestine at Shelbyville boys soccer game scheduled for Sept. 8 will be postponed to Saturday, Sept. 17 at Shelbyville. The JV game will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the varsity to follow at 7 p.m. The Shelbyville at New Palestine golf match scheduled for Thursday has been canceled due to weather.  

Golf shoots well against state’s top team

The New Palestine golf team had a strong showing Tuesday on the State Finals course, finishing third in a 3-way match against two top-10 teams. No. 1 Westfield shot 150 to win, with No. 7 Hamilton Southeastern shooting 169 and the Dragons 179 at Prairie View. Mackenzi Black led the Dragons by shooting a 39, while Annaliese

Golf beats LC

The New Palestine golf team stayed undefeated Thursday, beating Lawrence Central 180-240 on the sectional course at Old Oakland. The Dragons’ Annaliese Fox was medalist.

Golf repeats as county champion

The New Palestine girls golf team repeated as the Hancock County champion Tuesday, beating runner-up Mt. Vernon by 34 strokes. The meet was shortened to eight holes due to weather, as a storm came through while the final groups were on the ninth and final hole. The Dragons shot 150, Mt. Vernon 184, Greenfield-Central 186

Golf wins New Palestine Invitational

The New Palestine golf team won its fourth straight New Palestine Invitational Saturday at Hawk’s Tail, beating Brownsburg by two strokes. The Dragons shot 172 over a nine-hole round – the match was shortened from 18 holes due to weather. NP freshman Annaliese Fox was the medalist with a 38. Cassidy Harp added a 42. Mackenzi Black

Golf sweeps 3-way match

The New Palestine golf team improved to 5-0 on the season by winning a three-way meet Monday at Hawk’s Tail. The Dragons shot 178, led by freshman Annaliese Fox’s 36. Greenfield-Central shot 217 and Franklin Central 244. Fox had just 12 putts en route to her even-par round to win medalist honors. She was consistent,

Golfers sting Hornets

The New Palestine golf team posted a 176-267 victory over Beech Grove Wednesday at Hawk’s Tail, giving the Dragons another home dual meet victory. Mackenzi Black was medalist with a one-over-par 37. Annaliese Fox added a 40. Cassidy Harp shot 49 and Payton Hill 50. “We finally got to play after five days off due

Monday golf, girls soccer postponed

The Dragons’ girls golf match against Whiteland and Knightstown, as well as the girls soccer opener at Perry Meridian, have both been postponed due to inclement weather. Both matches were scheduled for Monday, Aug. 15. Reschedule dates have yet to be announced. The Dragons’ golf invitational Saturday at Lapel was also rained out. The golf team

Golf beats Noblesville

The New Palestine golf team won its home opener Thursday over Noblesville 171-184 at Hawk’s Tail. Playing their longest course to date, the Dragons had a strong performance, led by freshman Annaliese Fox, who shot her third straight multiple-birdie round. Mackenzi Black shot a 42. Izzy Gray added a 45, while Payton Hill and Cassidy