New Palestine Girls Varsity Swimming

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Girls swimming finishes second in sectional

The New Palestine girls swimming and diving team finished second in Saturday’s New Palestine sectional. The Dragons tallied 276 points to finish runner-up to Greenfield-Central (446). NP finished ahead of third-place Mt. Vernon (271) and fourth-place New Castle (249). The Dragons’ best finishes came in the 200 and 400 free relays, where Kyleigh Turner, Katelyn

Boys swimmers win Warren Central Invitational, girls place second

The New Palestine boys swimming and diving team won this weekend’s Warren Central Invitational, outscoring the host Warriors 397-333. The Dragons girls finished second in the eight-team event. In addition to their 66-point margin over Warren Central, the Dragons boys finished ahead of Ben Davis (301), Cathedral (253), Ritter (243), International (158) and Park Tudor

Swimmers sweep Spartans

The New Palestine swimming and diving teams posted a sweep of the Connersville Spartans Thursday at the NPHS natatorium. The NP boys won 93-82, while the Dragon girls won 105-70. Individual winners for the NPHS boys were Jack Schwartz in the 200 freestyle, Aidan Kingery in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, Ben Miesse in

Swimmers sting Hornets

The New Palestine swim teams swept Beech Grove Tuesday, with the Dragons boys winning 130-30 and the NP girls winning 114-60. The Dragon boys had one 1-2-3 sweep, as Jack Schwartz, Ben Miesse and Chase Martin swept the 50 freestyle. Schwartz and Liam Fuller went 1-2 in the 100 butterfly, as did Miesse and Martin

Swimmers compete against FC

The New Palestine swim teams opened the second half of their seasons Thursday at home against Franklin Central. The Dragon girls dropped a 129-56 decision. The NP boys fell 121-64 to the Flashes. The Dragon boys won four events. Jack Schwartz won the 50 and 100 freestyle races. Austin Lines won diving. The team of Chase Martin,

Girls swimmers finish fourth in HHC

The New Palestine girls swimming and diving team finished fourth in the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet Friday, tallying 241 points. Pendleton Heights won the HHC title with 393. Greenfield-Central (377) and Yorktown (321) rounded out the top three. The Dragons finished ahead of New Castle (237), Shelbyville (204), Mt. Vernon (199) and Delta (125). Adrianna Huston

Swimmers compete in conference tune-up

The New Palestine swimming and diving teams took part in their final tuneup for the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet Tuesday, traveling to Pendleton Heights. The Dragons boys fell 106-72 to the Arabians, while the NP girls dropped a 134-50 decision. The NP boys won three events, including two relays. Chase Martin, Quincy Shirk, Ben Miesse

Swimmers compete in East Central Relays

The New Palestine swimming teams competed at Saturday’s East Central Relays, which became a two-team meet as others canceled. The Dragons boys fell 156-104, while the girls fell 138-118. Sullie Leavell, Katelyn Trimpe, Kyleigh Turner and Adrianna Huston won the 100 free relay. The quartet also won the 200 free relay and 400 free relay.

Swim teams sweep senior night

The New Palestine swimming teams swept Thursday’s senior night meet with New Castle and Eastern Hancock. The Dragons girls beat NC 96-81 and EH 125-26. The NP boys beat New Castle 88-84, winning the final relay to clinch the meet. NP also beat EH 107-65. The NP girls won seven of the 12 events en route to their

Girls swimmers down Marauders, boys take three events

The New Palestine girls swim team improved to 5-2 on the season Tuesday with a 110-71 victory at Mt. Vernon. The Dragons boys dropped a 118-65 decision to the Marauders to move to 1-2 on the year. The Dragons girls won nine of the 12 races to seize the victory. Adrianna Huston and Kyleigh Turner were