New Palestine Girls Varsity Gymnastics

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Gymnasts compete in home opener

The New Palestine gymnastics team competed in its home opener Thursday, falling to Columbus North 110.25-100.4. The Dragons were led by Grace Shanahan, who was fourth in the all-around with a score of 34.4. Kennedy Garrett was fifth (33.2). On vault, Shanahan placed fourth (8.7) and Garrett sixth (8.35). Shanahan was third on bars (8.7), while

Gymnasts fourth at Valpo

The New Palestine gymnastics team finished fourth at Saturday’s eight-team Valparaiso Invitational, scoring 103.7. Perennial state power Valparaiso won with 111.575, with Harrison (105.475) and Merrillville (105.1) rounding out the top three. NP edged out McCutcheon (97.45) for fourth. Grace Shanahan placed ninth on vault (9.0), eighth on bars (8.475) and eighth on beam (9.125).

Gymnasts open with victory over Connersville

The New Palestine gymnastics team opened its season Tuesday with a 101.825-90.55 victory over Connersville. Grace Shanahan was the all-around winner, totaling 35.75. She won the floor (9.25), beam (9.125) and bars (8.825) and was second on vault (8.55). On floor, Kennedy Garrett was second (8.9), Emma Poag third (8.6), Addie Halter fourth and Audrey

Gymnasts fifth at regional

The New Palestine gymnastics team placed fifth at Friday’s Columbus East regional. The Dragons tallied 99.925 points in the regional. Columbus North won with a total of 109.65. Richmond (105.35) and Columbus East (104.925) also clinched spots in next week’s State Finals at Ball State. The top three teams and top six individuals in each

Gymnasts advance to regional with second-place finish

The New Palestine gymnastics team clinched a spot in next week’s regional┬áby finishing second in Saturday’s Connersville sectional. The Dragons scored a season-best 102.05 points, finishing second to Richmond, which tallied 103.75. New Castle finished third with 98.65. The top three from the 12-team sectional move on to Friday’s regional at Columbus East. Dragon junior

Gymnasts beat Golden Bears

The New Palestine gymnastics team swept all four events and the top three spots in the all-around Tuesday in a 97.925-84.05 victory over Shelbyville. Grace Shanahan (34.45), Kennedy Garrett (33.4) and Emma Poag (30.075) swept the top three spots in the all-around in Tuesday’s meet. Shanahan won the bars and balance beam, while Garrett won

Gymnasts win on Senior Night

The New Palestine gymnastics team tallied 98.85 points to win a three-way meet Wednesday on Senior Night. The Dragons beat Franklin Central (95.3) and Muncie Central (82.3). Senior Sarah Thompson was honored prior to the meet. She won the floor exercise with a score of 8.775, with Grace Shanahan second (8.5) and Kennedy Garrett fourth

Gymnasts win Rushville Invitational

The New Palestine gymnastics team won the Rushville Invitational for the eighth consecutive year Saturday, tallying 99.925 points. Rushville (93.2) was second in the eight-team invitational. Shelbyville (84.875) was third. Grace Shanahan was the all-around winner with a score of 35.075. Kennedy Garrett was third in the all-around (32.275) and Emma Poag fifth (30.950). Shanahan

Gymnasts down Noblesville

The New Palestine gymnastics team scored 99.875 points Tuesday to beat Noblesville (83.75) and Lapel (34.075). Grace Shanahan scored second in the all-around (33.825), Kennedy Garrett was third (33.75), Emma Poag fourth (30.3) and Anna Greiner fifth (26.85). On bars, Shanahan was the event winner (8.75). Alyse Rickey was third (7.825), Garrett fourth (7.6) and

Gymnasts second in quadrangular meet

The New Palestine gymnastics team was second in a four-team meet Thursday at Roncalli. The Dragons tallied 95.6 points to finish second to host Roncalli (97.25). NP finished ahead of Lutheran (58.225) and Scecina (56.15). The Dragons won two events and had their best performance on the floor exercise, where Grace Shanahan won with an