New Palestine Girls Junior Varsity Tennis

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Doubles competes in IHSAA tournament

The New Palestine girls tennis No. 1 doubles team of Josee King and Katie Settergren competed against North Central’s Autumn Clark and Susan Biederstedt in the IHSAA doubles sectional Tuesday at North Central. The N.C. Panthers doubles team are amongst the favorites to win the IHSAA title. They played flawless doubles, serving well, dominating the net and not

Tennis falls in sectional opener

The Dragons girls varsity tennis team suffered a 3-2 defeat to Pendleton Heights in the first round of the Mt. Vernon sectional. It was the second 3-2 match between the teams in five days. The Dragons won the regular season clash on Friday before the Arabians reversed the score in the sectional. No. 1 singles player for

Tennis defeats PH

The NPHS Dragons girls varsity tennis won 3-2 at Pendleton Heights Friday to end a much improved regular season with an 11-6 record and 5-2 in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. Dragon senior Amelia Fleetwood worked extremely hard during a tough match against senior Samantha Hammel, which Hammel won 6-4, 6-4. The Arabian used slice ground strokes to slow

Tennis sweeps Shelbyville

The New Palestine girls varsity tennis team swept to a 5-0 victory against the visiting Shelbyville Golden Bears. No. 1 singles for the Dragons Amelia Fleetwood served well and proved too consistent for senior Daniela Joseph – winning 6-0, 6-1. NP’s Lexi Miller played junior Elizabeth Finkel at No. 2 singles. The Dragon controlled the

Tennis team honors seniors

The New Palestine girls tennis team was scheduled to host Whiteland Wednesday but the match was rained out. Spirits at Senior Night were not dampened by the weather as the players, parents and coaches honored the tennis team’s seniors. Eight seniors were recognized for their contribution to Dragons girls tennis during the past four years. The senior

Tennis drops HHC match

The New Palestine varsity girls tennis team dropped a 4-1 match Monday to host Mt. Vernon in a Hoosier Heritage Conference match. No. 1 singles for NPHS Amelia Fleetwood was beaten by junior Alaina Nelson 6-3, 6-1. The steady Marauder gave Fleetwood few chances to break serve and won in straight sets. At No. 2 singles for

Tennis goes 1-2 at Franklin

The Dragons girls varsity tennis team beat Batesville 3-2 but lost 3-2 matches to Roncalli and host Franklin Saturday at the Franklin Invitational. Amazingly, four of the five matches in the Franklin encounter were won by the 10-point super-tiebreakers – two of which went down to the wire by 11-9 Players of the Tournament for the Dragons were Katie

Tennis downs Southwestern

The New Palestine tennis team posted a 3-2 victory Tuesday over Southwestern. The Dragons played their JV against Southwestern’s varsity. Megan Long played No 1 singles for the Dragons. She controlled the match against Abby Sweet with her consistent and well placed ground strokes. The match was closer than the 6-0, 6-0 score suggests. Long won

Tennis falls to Delta

The New Palestine Dragons varsity girls tennis team were outplayed by a more experienced Delta Eagles team and lost 5-0 Thursday in a Hoosier Heritage Conference match. No. 1 singles for the Dragons, Amelia Fleetwood, played sophomore Ellie Snider, who controlled the play with her angled ground strokes. Fleetwood could not find her rhythm and was

Tennis stings Hornets

The New Palestine girls varsity tennis team beat the Beech Grove Hornets 5-0 Wednesday to extend its record this season to 7-2. No. 1 singles player for NPHS, Amelia Fleetwood, was awarded the Dragons Player of the Match for her 6-1, 6-1 win over Mariah Murdock. Fleetwood was more consistent in the ground stroke rallies and dictated