New Palestine Boys Junior Varsity Golf

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Golf drops close match

The New Palestine golf team dropped a close match Monday to Triton Central, falling 178-186. Nick Lyon and Chris Guhl led the Dragons with 43s. Josh Shinkle and Lucas Swanson had 46s. The Dragons (2-2) compete today at Franklin Central.

Golf 10th at Center Grove

The New Palestine golf team finished 10th at Saturday’s Center Grove Invitational at Hickory Stick. NP shot 366 over 18 holes. Center Grove (299) beat Columbus North (318) to win. NP was just three strokes back of ninth-place Plainfield, and 15 ahead of 11th-place Clarksville Providence. Quinn Dobbins led the Dragons with an 87, shooting

Golf beats Panthers

The New Palestine golf team beat Knightstown 180-241 Thursday afternoon. Matt Kelley led the Dragons with a 42. Devan Gentry and Peyton Miller each shot 44s. Josh Shinkle added a 50.

Golf finishes 2nd in three-way meet

The New Palestine golf team shot its best home score since moving to Hawk’s Tail, but dropped a four-stroke decision to Whiteland 166-170. The Dragons split the day, beating Greenfield-Central (184) in the three-way meet. Elijah Domogala led the Dragons with a 41. Blake Barnette, Quinn Dobbins and Nick Lyon all shot 43s. “We played

Golf finishes 9th at Yorktown

The New Palestine boys golf team finished ninth in Saturday’s 16-team Yorktown Invitational at The Players Club in Yorktown. The Dragons shot 364, tying New Castle, but finishing ninth on the fifth-score tiebreaker. Mt. Vernon won with a 316, ahead of Delta (332) and Richmond (340). The Dragons were led by Blake Barnette’s 82. Quinn Dobbins

Barnette advances to regional

New Palestine’s Blake Barnette shot an 80 in Monday’s IHSAA boys golf sectional at Hawk’s Tail to clinch a spot in the regional. As a team, the Dragons finished fourth in the 10-team field, shooting an 18-hole aggregate score of 346. The Dragons were 11 strokes shy of third-place Shelbyville and advancement as a team

Golfers finish 2nd at county meet

The New Palestine golf team shot a 355 over 18 holes Thursday at Hawk’s Tail to finish second at the Hancock County golf meet. Mt. Vernon won the title with a 306. The Dragons were 34 strokes ahead of third-place Greenfield-Central (389). Eastern Hancock was fourth with 430. Nick Lyon led the Dragons with an

Golf shoots season-best home score

The New Palestine golf team shot a season-best home score Tuesday in a 166-176 loss to Greenwood at Hawk’s Tail. Nick Lyon shot 40 to share medalist honors with three Woodmen. He had a birdie on the par-3 third hole and shot four other pars. Blake Barnette followed with a 41. Evan Rejer shot 47,

Golf falls to Rushville

The Dragon golf team dropped a dual meet Wednesday at Rushville, falling 177-194 at Antler Pointe in Rushville. Evan Rejer shot a 46 to lead the Dragons. Blake Barnette and Nick Lyon each shot 49 and Matthew Kelley had a 50. “Great night to play but poor results,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “We played the

Golf competes against Bears, Dogs

The New Palestine golf team shot a 182, but finished third in a three-way match with Shelbyville and Columbus North Wednesday at Hawk’s Tail. Blake Barnette’s 43 on the par-36 back nine led the Dragons. He had three pars over his round. Lucas Swanson shot 44 and Nick Lyon 45 to lead the Dragons. Elijah