New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Track

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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

Boys track wins county title, girls 2nd

The New Palestine boys track and field team won the Hancock County championship with a 20.5-point margin over runner-up Mt. Vernon Wednesday afternoon. Brady Walden was a quadruple-winner, taking the 100, 200, long jump and teaming as part of the 4×100 relay, the Dragons’ distance relay shattered the county record and NP had big performances in

Walden wins 100, 4×800 second at Zionsville

Brady Walden won an individual title and the Dragons’ 4×800 relay finished just shy of a school record – and finished second to state distance power Westfield – as the New Palestine track teams had a solid showing at the Zionsville Invitational. The Dragon boys placed seventh with 45 points. The girls were 10th with

Track competes in 3-way meet

The New Palestine track teams competed in a 3-way meet Monday with Franklin Central and Roncalli at Kelso Stadium. The Dragon girls placed second with 47 points. FC won with 80.5, Roncalli was third with 39.5. In the boys meet, the Dragons were third with 42 points, behind FC (80) and Roncalli (45). Top runners

Track 3rd at Lightning Bolt Relays

The New Palestine track teams had a solid performance at Friday’s Lightning Bolt Relays at Franklin Central, placing third with 96 points. Zionsville (172) won the meet, with Franklin Central (156) placing second. The Dragons placed ahead of Greenfield-Central (88). The Dragons combined to win the long jump (39-2), with Brady Walden’s leap of 20

Track teams sweep 4-way meet

The New Palestine rack teams swept a 4-way meet Monday at Waldron. The Dragon boys tallied 121 points to outpace Triton Central (48), Waldron (30) and Hauser (29). The NP girls had 96 points to outscore TC (46), Waldron (43) and Hauser (26). The boys won 13 of the 15 events, including a quartet of double-winners in

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,