New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Track

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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

Trimpe 5th at regional

New Palestine senior Erin Trimpe was fifth in the pole vault at Tuesday’s Shelbyville girls track and field regional. Trimpe was the highest-finishing of the three Dragons who competed at the regional. She cleared a height of 10 feet on the vault, bettering her seed by six inches. Katrina May of Columbus North won the regional

3 Dragons advance to girls track regional

In addition to sectional runner-up Erin Trimpe, two more Dragons have advanced to the girls track regional. Mattie Waggoner, who placed fourth in the 1600 at the sectional, advanced to next Tuesday’s Shelbyville regional on time. She will be seeded 16th with a sectional time of 5:50.11. Rachel Wineman, who was fifth in the Shelbyville

Trimpe advances to track regional

The New Palestine girls track and field team advanced one athlete out of the Shelbyville sectional on Tuesday and placed eighth, tallying 25 points. Erin Trimpe advanced to regional, finishing second in the pole vault with a height of 9-feet-6. She will compete next Tuesday in the regional at Shelbyville. Mattie Waggoner finished fourth in the 1600 (5:50.11)

Girls track 7th in HHC

The New Palestine girls track team finished seventh in the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet Tuesday at Mt. Vernon. Lillie Cain had two top-three finishes, placing second in the shot put and third in the discus. Emily Jonas was also third in the shot put. The Dragons had two other runners-up – Erin Trimpe in the

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

Track teams compete in 3-way meet

The New Palestine boys track and field team competed against Roncalli and Franklin Central Monday, with the final tally being Franklin Central 90, Roncalli 49, and New Palestine 28. The Dragons were led by event champion Riley Wilson (1600). The girls track and field team tallied 36 points, placing third to Roncalli (67) and FC

Track competes in 3-way meet

The New Palestine girls track team was second in a three-way meet Thursday with Anderson and New Castle. NC won with 72 points, the Dragons had 52 and Anderson 42. The 4×800 relay of Bailey Wallace, Mattie Waggoner, Emma Wiggington and Courtney Smith was a winner, as was pole vaulter Erin Trimpe.

Track teams sweep 4-way meet

The New Palestine track teams traveled to Hauser Monday for a four-way meet, and both came away victorious. The final tally in the boys meet was New Palestine 106 Triton Central 49 Hauser 53 and Waldron 20.  The Dragons were led by quadruple event winner Riley Wilson (1600, 800, 4*800, & 3200), Triple Event Winner