New Palestine Girls Varsity Gymnastics

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Gymnasts beat Noblesville

The New Palestine gymnastics team beat Noblesville 98.325-89.875 Monday in a dual meet. Tara Morey and Annabelle Dockins each won two events in the competition. Morey won the uneven bars (7.825) and balance beam (8.95).Dockins won the vault (9.05) and floor exercise (8.8). Morey was also second on vault (8.65) and floor (8.3), while Dockins

Gymnasts compete against Rebels

The New Palestine gymnastics team dropped a 101.625-97.6 decision to Roncalli Thursday at New Palestine Elementary. Annabelle Dockins delivered an individual win for the Dragons, as she posted a 9.075 on the vault. She and Tara Morey also tied for second on the floor exercise with 8.6 scores. Dockins finished fourth on balance beam (8.125)

Gymnasts sweep Crusaders, Jackets

The New Palestine gymnastics team won a 3-way meet Tuesday, scoring 98.8 points to beat Scecina (92.425) and Morristown (81.875). The Dragons won three events and took the top three spots in the all-around. Senior Tara Morey was the all-around winner, with 33.275 points. She won on uneven bars (8.0), finished second on balance beam (8.3),

Gymnastics wins 6-way meet

The New Palestine gymnastics team won a big six-team meet Saturday at New Castle. The Dragons tallied 100.075 to beat New Castle (97.95) and Richmond (95.05), as well as three other schools. Senior Annabelle Dockins had two second-place finishes for the Dragons, tallying a 9.1 on the vault and 9.15 on the floor. She was also

Gymnasts fall to CN

The New Palestine gymnastics team competed in its home opener Thursday, falling to Columbus North 109-96.75 at New Palestine Elementary. Senior Tara Morey was fourth in the all-around, finishing fourth on floor, sixth on bars and sixth on beam. Junior Faith Land placed fifth in the all-around, finishing fourth on uneven bars and fifth on

Boys basketball, swim teams to host sectional

The New Palestine boys basketball and swimming teams will host the sectional under the 2015-16 winter sports sectional assignments announced by the IHSAA earlier this month. The girls basketball team will travel to Center Grove, the gymnastics team to Connersville and the wrestling team to Warren Central to contest the sectional. Boys basketball will host a seven-team

Elsea’s runner-up finish leads gymnasts

Regan Elsea was the state runner-up on vault and third in the all-around, leading the New Palestine gymanstics team to a sixth-place finish at the IHSAA State Finals Saturday in Muncie. Elsea was second on the vault, turning in a 9.675 score, runner-up to Kylee Maxwell of Morgan Township, who scored a 9.85. She is

Gymnasts declaw Bears

The New Palestine gymnastics team rolled to a 104.575-88.05 win over Shelbyville Tuesday evening. The Dragons took the top four spots in the all-around, with Kate Fee winning the overall event (36.55), with Regan Elsea second (36.25), Tara Morey third (32.25) and Faith Land fourth (30.8). On vault, Fee and Elsea tied for first (9.05),

Gymnasts strike Flashes

The New Palestine gymnastics team again won Tuesday, beating Franklin Central 104.925-99.75. Kate Fee (36.175) and Regan Elsea (35.525) took the top two spots in the all-around, with Tara Morey (32.40) placing fifth. Elsea won three events and Fee one, and the Dragons took the top two spots on each apparatus. On floor exercise, Elsea

Gymnasts 2nd at Bloomington North

The New Palestine gymnastics team finished second at the Bloomington North Invitational on Saturday, totaling 104.65 points. Owen Valley won the 13-team event with 108.4 points. NP was one of three teams to break 100, as Bloomington South was third with 104.325 points. In the all-around, Kate Fee was second with a total score of