New Palestine Girls Varsity Swimming

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Swim teams sweep Hornets

The New Palestine swim teams had a strong night Tuesday in a sweep of Beech Grove, with a lot of personal bests. The Dragon girls won 108-70, while the NP boys beat the Hornets 131-51. Karen Shriver broke her own diving school record with a score of 221.20. Winners for the Dragon girls were Katelyn

Swimmers compete at G-C

The New Palestine swim teams dropped a dual meet Thursday at Greenfield-Central. The Dragon girls fell 150-35, while the boys fell 128-58. The Dragon boys posted two victories. Jackson Schwartz won the 100 freestyle, while Colin Stacey won the diving competition for the Dragon boys. Finishing second for the Dragon boys were Schwartz in the

Divers lead Dragons at HHC

Karen Shriver won the Hoosier Heritage Conference girls diving title and Colin Stacey finished as the runner-up in boys diving, leading the New Palestine swimming and diving team at the HHC meet. The Dragon boys finished sixth with 175 points. The NP girls were seventh with 145. Shriver won with a score of 351.25, finishing 37.9

Swimmers, divers successful at invitationals

The New Palestine swimming and diving teams had a successful day at two different invitationals Saturday. The Dragon boys swim team finished second in the East Central Relays, with a score of 74 points just six back of champion East Central. The Dragon girls finished fourth in the five-team invitational with 42 points. Ben Miesse,

Swim teams sweep Trojans, Royals

The New Palestine swim teams swept a triangular meet with Eastern Hancock and New Castle Thursday at the NPHS natatorium. The Dragon boys beat New Castle 96-76 and Eastern Hancock 109-59. The Dragon girls beat New Castle 98-66 and Eastern Hancock 110-35. Winners for the Dragon girls were Claire Whisler in the 200 IM, Katelyn

Stacey sets record in boys swim opener, girls win

Senior diver Colin Stacey broke the New Palestine school record in diving Tuesday, posting a score of 336.60 to smash a nine-year-old mark of 315.60 held by Max Scripture. Stacey, who is committed to dive collegiately at Texas Christian, was one of a handful of winners for the Dragons in their Tuesday meet at Mt. Vernon. NP’s

Swimmers compete in home opener

The New Palestine girls swim competed Thursday against Roncalli and Greenwood at the NPHS natatorium. The Dragons fell to Roncalli 98-94 and Greenwood 109-66. Karen Shriver was the Dragons’ winner, claiming the diving competition with a score of 193.10. In addition. Lillie Poag was second and Clair Whisler third in the 100 breaststroke. Bailey Young was

Girls swimming splits triangular meet to open season

The New Palestine girls swim team opened its season Tuesday by splitting a triangular meet at Lawrence Central. The Dragons beat host LC 60-42 and fell to Shelbyville 57-45. Junior Kayleigh Wright was a double-winner. She won the 100 butterfly and also teamed up with Arielle Poynter, Katelyn Trimpe and Bailey Young to win the

Shriver 12th in diving regional

New Palestine High School junior Karen Shriver finished 12th in Tuesday’s diving regional at Brownsburg. Shriver posted a score of 290.75. She was second out of the four qualifiers from the New Palestine sectional. The top eight from the regional advance to this weekend’s State Finals. Regional champion Daryn Wright of Plainfield scored 500.65. The eighth-place score

Swimmers finish third in sectional

The New Palestine girls swim team placed third in Saturday’s sectional, finishing with 251 points. Greenfield-Central (503) won the title, with Mt. Vernon (364) finishing second. NP won a tight battle for third place, finishing just ahead of Connersville (250), Richmond (197) and Centerville (138). Hagerstown (137), Eastern Hancock (130) and New Castle (116) rounded