New Palestine Boys Varsity Swimming

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Stacey finishes third in state

New Palestine senior Colin Stacey finished third in the state diving competition Saturday. He becomes the Dragon swimming and diving program’s highest finisher at the IHSAA State Finals. Stacey was sixth going into the final set of dives, but nailed his final three to total 470.4 points. He finished behind state champion Sam Bennett of Delta

Stacey wins regional title

Senior Colin Stacey became the first diving regional champion in New Palestine history Tuesday, as he won the 20-team event. Stacey posted a score of 530.45 to win the Brownsburg regional. His score broke his own school record of 520.90 set three days before at the sectional. Stacey defeated Danville’s Holden Higbie by 5.15 points. NPHS junior

Stacey wins sectional title, Dragons finish fourth

Colin Stacey won the diving sectional title, one of two New Palestine athletes to advance from Saturday’s New Palestine boys swimming sectional. Stacey finished first and Austin Lines fourth in the diving competition, giving the Dragons two representatives in Tuesday’s diving regional at Brownsburg. As a team, the Dragons placed fourth in the 10-team sectional

Boys swimming beats Arabians in finale

The New Palestine boys swim team finished its regular season Monday beating Pendleton Heights 102-81 in a dual meet at PH. Kyle Ellis, Damon Estes and Chase Siler had a 1-2-3 sweep in the first individual event, the 200 free. Other winners for the Dragons were Colin Stacey in diving, Jack Schwartz in the 100

Swimmers split with Bears

The New Palestine boys swim team faced two kinds of bears Tuesday in a triple-dual meet at Shelbyville. The Dragons beat the Lawrence Central Bears 54-48, but fell to the Shelbyville Golden Bears 59-44. Winners for the Dragons were Colin Stacey in diving, Damon Estes in the 100 butterfly and Quincy Shirk in the 100 backstroke.

Boys swimmers split with Greenwood, Roncalli

The New Palestine boys swim team split a triple-dual meet Monday with Roncalli and Greenwood. The Dragons beat Greenwood 52-49 and fell to Roncalli 54-47. Winners for the Dragon boys were Jack Schwartz in the 100 freestyle, Austin Lines in diving, Kyle Ellis in the 100 butterfly and Quincy Shirk in the 100 backstroke, Finishing

Boys swim 2nd, girls 5th at Warren Central

The New Palestine swim teams both had strong performances at the weekend’s Warren Central Invitational. The Dragon boys finished second in the event with 333 points, finishing just behind Warren Central (392) and ahead of Cathedral (281) and Ben Davis (272) in the 16-team event. The NP girls placed fifth with 220 points, finishing just behind

Swimmers sweep senior night

The New Palestine swimming and diving teams swept their senior night Thursday against Connersville. The Dragon girls won 118-57, while the boys won 118-65. NP had a pair of 1-2-3 sweeps in the girls meet. Katelyn Trimpe, Arielle Poynter and Moriah Corey swept the 100 freestyle. Bailey Young, Sarah Kleiman and Claire Whisler swept the

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