New Palestine Girls Varsity Gymnastics

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Gymnasts win home opener

The New Palestine gymnastics team won a four-way meet in its home opener Tuesday, tallying 98.475 points. NP beat Morristown (84.125), Scecina (58.75) and Lutheran (33.55). Addy Kendall won the floor exercise with a score of 8.35. Emma Poag (8.1) finished third, Rebecca Johnson (7.85) was fourth, Kennedy Garrett (7.65) fifth and Emily Hunter (7.45)

Gymnasts 3rd at New Castle

The New Palestine gymnastics team finished third Saturday in a four-way meet at New Castle. The Dragons tallied 99.95 points. NP finished behind Richmond (104.825) and New Castle (104.725). Muncie Central was fourth with 72.275. Kennedy Garrett was seventh in the all-around with a score of 32.55. She finished fifth in vault (8.7). Emma Poag

Gymnasts open season

The New Palestine gymnastics team opened its season Thursday, falling 107.625-98.0 at Columbus North. The Dragons’ top finisher was Kennedy Garrett, who finished third on beam (8.6) and floor (8.95). She was also tied for fifth on vault (8.3). Emma Poag was fourth on uneven bars with a personal-best 8.5. She was also fourth on

NPHS athletics announces attendance policy for winter events

Following guidance from state and local authorities, The New Palestine High School athletic department – along with all Southern Hancock schools – is implementing the following procedures at all athletic and school events.  Attendance at all events is limited to participants, parents and essential staff.  No passes will be accepted for admittance, including corporate sponsor, HHC, gold, lifetime, senior

IHSAA announces limited spectator policy for tournaments

The IHSAA has announced a policy limiting spectators for its upcoming tournaments as the state seeks to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. For Saturday’s boys basketball regional, admission will be restricted to the participating teams, essential personnel, credentialed media and close immediate family members of the players, with a maximum of 75 per

Shanahan advances to gymnastics State Finals

New Palestine senior Grace Shanahan will compete in Saturday’s IHSAA State Finals at Worthen Arena in Muncie after advancing from Monday’s Columbus East regional. Shanahan placed third in the all-around at the regional, tallying a score of 36.375. The top six placers from each event and the all-around move on to the State Finals. As

Gymnasts place second in sectional; Shanahan wins beam title

New Palestine senior Grace Shanahan won the sectional championship on the balance beam, helping lead the Dragons to a second-place finish in Saturday’s Connersville sectional. NP tallied 104.55 points, finishing runner-up in the nine-team sectional to Richmond (107.7). The top three teams advance to Saturday’s Columbus East regional. New Castle (103.7) finished third and will also

Gymnastics wins on senior night

The New Palestine gymnastics team won a triangular meet on its senior night Tuesday. The Dragons tallied 103.4 points to beat Muncie Central (79.7) and Shelbyville (77.475). Grace Shanahan won the all-around with a total of 36.7. Kennedy Garrett was second (33.025), Emma Poag third (32.15) and Addie Halter fourth (31.375). On floor, Shanahan won with a score

Gymnasts finish fourth at Bloomington North

The New Palestine gymnastics team placed fourth in Saturday’s nine-team Bloomington North Invitational, scoring a team total of 102.55. New Castle won with a 104.475 score. Owen Valley (103.95) was second and Bloomington North (103.075) third. Grace Shanahan placed second on floor exercise with a score of 9.6. Addie Halter was 11th (9.075). On uneven

Gymnasts win Rushville Invitational

The New Palestine gymnastics team won the Rushville Invitational Saturday, tallying a score of 101.15 points. The Dragons won the title for the ninth consecutive year. NP swept the top three in the all-around, with Grace Shanahan scoring 34.425, Kennedy Garrett 34.15 and Emma Poag 34.35. Addie Halter was fifth (32.075). The Dragons swept five