New Palestine Girls Varsity Golf

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Fox wins title at Connersville

New Palestine junior Annaliese Fox won the individual championship at Saturday’s Connersville Invitational, shooting a one-under par 71. She helped lead the Dragons to a third-place finish in the 14-team field, as the team shot a team score of 391. Izzy Gray shot 101 and Abby Belgin 104. Megan Diller and Rachel Purnell each shot

Golf wins 2nd straight match

The New Palestine golf team won for the second straight day Tuesday, beating Southport 190-203. Annaliese Fox eagled the last hole to shoot 37 to take medalist honors. Izzy Gray shot 49, Megan Diller 51, Rachel Purnell 53 and Grace Dodd 54. Abby Belgin shot 56 as the fifth score. The Dragons are next in

Golf beats Whiteland

The New Palestine golf team posted its first victory of the year Monday, beating Whiteland 180-184. Annaliese Fox shot 37 to be the match medalist. Izzy Gray shot 44, Megan Diller 48 and Abby Belgin 51.┬áMegan Purnell’s 56 was the fifth score.  

Golf finishes fourth at Lapel

The New Palestine golf team placed fourth at the 18-team Lapel Invitational Saturday, shooting a team score of 370. Annaliese Fox finished second overall in the tournament, shooting a two-over par 73. Izzy Gray shot her 18-hole career best with an 85. Rachel Purnell had a 105 and Megan Diller 107. Abby Belgin’s 113 was

Dragon golfers fall to Noblesville

The New Palestine girls golf team dropped a 182-200 decision Thursday to Noblesville at Edgewood Golf Club in Anderson. Annaliese Fox shot 36 for medalist honors. Izzy Gray added a 48. Megan Diller, Rachel Purnell, Traci Olsen and Michaela Purnell all added 58s. The Dragons are next in action Saturday at the Lapel Invitational.

Fox leads golfers in opener

The New Palestine golf team dropped a close 190-191 decision Tuesday at Greenwood. Annaliese Fox led the Dragons with a 39. Izzy Gray shot 49, Rachel Purnell 51 and Megan Diller 52. Abby Belgin’s 55 was the fifth score. We struggled with penalty shots all evening on a tough course,” Dragons coach Sarah O’Brien said.