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Track has strong showing at Midwest Prep

The New Palestine track teams had a strong showing at Saturday’s Midwest Prep Invitational at Lawrence Central, a large multi-state meet with several top teams among the 45 competing schools. For the Dragon boys, the top individual finisher was Brady Walden, who finished sixth in the 100 (11.39). Walden also had a ninth-place finish in the

Track teams split vs. Rushville

The New Palestine track teams split a meet with Rushville on Thursday, with the Dragon girls winning 87-45 and the boys falling 74-58 at Kelso Stadium. The girls were led by several strong performances. The 4×800 relay of Grace Voelz, Bailey Wallace, Sarah Schwartz and Mattie Waggoner shaved 13 seconds off their record, running 10:46.

Track sweeps Woodmen

The New Palestine track teams posted a Tuesday sweep of the Greenwood Woodmen, with the Dragon boys winning 81-49 and the girls winning 63-61. For the Dragon boys, Brady Walden was a double-winner in the 100 and long jump. Spencer Corey also won two events, taking the 200 and 400. Jared Reed won the 300 hurdles,

Track has solid performance at UIndy

The New Palestine track teams had a solid performance in their second indoor meet of the year Tuesday at the University of Indianapolis. The Dragons saw times drop between Tuesday’s meet and the one held March 1 on the same track. “The boys improved tremendously on their previous week as did the girls,” Dragons coach

Track opens season at indoor meet

The New Palestine track teams opened their season Tuesday at the Hoosier State Relays qualifying meet at the University of Indianapolis. The Dragons took home a first-place finish, as freshman Grace Voelz came back from 80 meters behind to take the lead and win in what NPHS coach Kyle Ralph called “one of the gutsiest

Poturalski finishes 4th in 400

New Palestine senior Chris Poturalski ran a 49.06-second lap around the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex track to finish fourth in the 400 meters at the IHSAA Track and Field State Finals. Poturalski’s run was second in his heat – the second of three – and brought about his highest career finish. It was

Poturalski going to state

New Palestine High School senior Chris Poturalski will make a repeat trip to the IHSAA State Finals, as he finished runner-up in the 400 meters at Thursday’s Connersville regional. Poturalski ran a season-best time of 49.66 seconds in the quarter-mile to claim second. He will compete in the State Finals on Friday, June 5 at

Poturalski, 4×400 advance to regional

NPHS senior Chris Poturalski and the 4×400 relay team have advanced to the boys track regional after their performances at Thursday’s Warren Central sectional. Poturalski advanced with a runner-up sectional finish in the 400 meters. He ran the quarter-mile in 50.14 seconds, second to Marshall’s Stoney Prowell (49.26). The 4×400 relay of Adam Brickens, Riley Wilson,

Poturalski wins HHC title

New Palestine senior Chris Poturalski won the Hoosier Heritage Conference championship in the 400 meters Thursday, helping lead the Dragons to a sixth-place finish in the conference meet at Mt. Vernon. Poturalski ran the quarter-mile in 50.69 seconds, nearly four-tenths better than runner-up Riley Miller of Yorktown. Other top finishers for the Dragons were Kyle

Poturalski leads county chase

New Palestine senior Chris Poturalski led a strong showing at the Hancock County meet, winning Athlete of the Meet and winning two county championships. Kyle Zehner also had a title for the Dragons. Poturalski won the 200 and 400 meter titles, and was also runner-up in the 100 meters. “Chris was sensational,” NP coach Daniel