New Palestine Girls Varsity Track

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Track teams sweep HHC foes

The New Palestine track teams swept two Hoosier Heritage Conference foes Friday afternoon. The Dragon girls tallied 79 points to beat Greenfield-Central (45) and Shelbyville (40). In the girls meet, the Dragons won 10 events to take first place. Grace Shanahan was a double-winner in the 100 hurdles (17.0) and 300 hurdles (52.0). Jordan Reid

Thursday events postponed

New Palestine’s scheduled varsity events for Thursday, April 6 have been postponed. The varsity softball game at Warren Central has been moved to 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 17. The three-way track meet at Shelbyville has been pushed back 24 hours and will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 7. The Dragons will compete against the hosts

Track teams chop Woodmen

The New Palestine track teams opened the outdoor season Tuesday with a sweep of Greenwood. The Dragon boys won 78-54. The Dragons had a 1-2-3 sweep in the high jump, led by Laine Schonauer (6-0), with Gavin Hausz and Gunnar Large finishing second and third. Brady Walden and DuRon Ford had a 1-2 finish in the

Boys track wins indoor meet, girls 5th

The New Palestine boys track and field team won the Hoosier State Relays qualifier Saturday at the University of Indianapolis, while the Dragon girls placed fifth. In the boys meet, the Dragons tallied 49 points to beat Lawrence Central (43) and Cathedral (40) in the meet that saw 22 teams score. Brady Walden placed second

Track & field opens season indoors

The New Palestine track and field teams opened their season indoors Saturday, participating in the Hoosier State Relays qualifier at the University of Indianapolis. The Dragon boys finished fifth out of 23 teams. The Dragon girls placed fourth of 18. Lillie Cain was an individual champion, winning the shot put competition with a distance of

Cain finishes 17th at State Finals

New Palestine junior Lillie Cain finished 17th in the shot put Friday at the IHSAA State Finals at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex at Indiana University. Cain’s distance was 37-11.5, placing her 17th out of 28 competitors in the shot put. She achieved that distance on the last of her three throws,

Cain headed to State Finals

New Palestine junior Lillie Cain is headed to the State Finals in the shot put after setting a personal best in Tuesday’s Warren Central regional. Cain had a shot put of 38-1.75 to place third in the regional and clinch her spot at the State Finals. As a team, the Dragons placed 13th at the

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:

Cain wins sectional title, Dragons advance in 9 events

Junior Lillie Cain won a sectional title and classmate Kylie Dhonau is also advancing to the regional for the New Palestine girls track and field team. Cain won the discus with a throw of 115 feet, while Dhonau finished third in the 100 hurdles with a run of 16.99 seconds, advancing out of the tough

Girls track close 2nd in HHC

The New Palestine girls track team was a close second in the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet, tallying 126 points to finish four shy of first. Greenfield-Central won the title with 130 points. The Dragons were well ahead of third-place Pendleton Heights, which had 92. Yorktown (83.5), Mt. Vernon (77), Shelbyville (74), New Castle (42) and