New Palestine Boys Freshman Basketball

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NPHS athletics hosting 2 dinner fundraisers

New Palestine fans will have the opportunity to support the Special Olympics of Indiana and the Special Olympics of Hancock County twice this week. Both are sponsored by the NPHS athletic department and the Student Council for Athletic Leadership in Education. On Tuesday, Dec. 6, come to the newly-opened Valentine Cafe – in the former JayRae’s location

Boys hoops holds off Rushville

The New Palestine boys basketball team posted a strong defensive effort and held off a late Rushville rally to beat the Lions 39-36 Saturday night at NPHS. After the Lions hit a 3-pointer to end the first quarter and take a 9-8 lead, the Dragons held Rushville without a field goal for the next 14

Boys hoops falls in home opener

The New Palestine boys basketball team had a strong first half, but dropped a 66-50 decision to 2A No. 7 Shenandoah Friday at NPHS. The Dragons had a solid start, trailing the Raiders 15-14 after a quarter and 26-21 at the half, but Shenandoah outscored the Dragons 18-7 in the third quarter to seize a

Boys hoops falls in opener

The New Palestine boys basketball team fell 61-51 at Eastern Hancock in Saturday’s season opening game. The Dragons led early, building a 13-7 lead after a quarter and 28-21 edge at halftime. However, a 20-9 third quarter pushed the Royals ahead. NP rallied, cutting the Royals’ lead to 48-47, but EH was able to respond

Winter teams learn sectional sites

The New Palestine basketball teams will be playing their sectional contests at new sites this winter, as the IHSAA announced sectional sites for the upcoming season Wednesday. The New Palestine boys basketball team will be playing its sectional at Brebeuf this winter. NPHS hosted the 3A sectional that features the Dragons, Brebeuf, Chatard, Crispus Attucks, Herron, Manual and Marshall

Sign up for NPHS summer camps

New Palestine High School will host several sport camps during summer 2016. Cost for all camps is $35. Click the sport’s name for info & registration forms. Boys basketball Current grades 1-2: June 6-9, 9-10:15 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 3-4: June 6-9, 10:15-11:45 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 5-7:

2016 NPHS summer camp info

New Palestine High School will host several sport camps during summer 2016. Cost for all camps is $35. Click the sport’s name for info & registration forms. Boys basketball Current grades 1-2: June 6-9, 9-10:15 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 3-4: June 6-9, 10:15-11:45 a.m. at Doe Creek Middle School Current grades 5-7:

Boys BB falls to No. 8 Attucks

The New Palestine boys basketball team battled down the stretch, but dropped a 59-50 decision to No. 8 Crispus Attucks Wednesday in the opening round of the Class 3A New Palestine sectional. The Dragons got off to a hot start and led 23-17 after a quarter – fueled by seven points by Cody Long and

Boys basketball preview: Wednesday vs. Attucks

The New Palestine boys basketball team opens sectional play at 6 p.m. Wednesday against Crispus Attucks. It is the second time New Palestine has hosted a basketball sectional. Click here for the game notes/media preview IHSAA New Palestine boys basketball sectional Wednesday: Dragons (6-16) vs. #8 Crispus Attucks (17-5) Time: 6 p.m. Location: NPHS Broadcast: Dragon Radio (broadcast begins

Boys basketball chops Woodmen

The New Palestine boys basketball team rallied from an early nine-point deficit to rally past Greenwood 66-58 Friday night in Greenwood. NP trailed by as many as nine points – a deficit that Greenwood built in the first quarter and held until the late stages of the second. A late run – paced by a