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Baseball falls at Victory Field

The Dragon baseball team had a strong defensive start, but a five-run inning allowed No. 7 Guerin Catholic to pull away to a 6-0 victory over No. 3 New Palestine Friday at Victory Field. Guerin had three hits and took advantage of five walks to score five runs in the fourth inning, and added another

Baseball rally falls short

The New Palestine baseball team rallied from an early six-run deficit Wednesday afternoon at NPHS, but ran out of innings in a 7-4 loss to Roncalli. Roncalli scored three runs in each of the first two innings, stringing together four hits – two with two outs – and a walk in the first, and getting

Baseball rallies to beat Whiteland

The third-ranked New Palestine baseball team rallied in the seventh inning Monday afternoon to beat host Whiteland 8-5. The victory gives the Dragons an 8-0 record on the season and a strong start to a busy week that will see them play five games in five days. Keegan Watson homered twice and Zach Lovell hit

Baseball sweeps Yorktown, improves to 7-0

The New Palestine baseball team swept Yorktown Friday night in a battle of teams tied for the No. 5 spot in the IHSBCA Class 3A poll. The Dragons jumped out to a big early lead and held on to win the opener 8-4, then pulled away to claim the nightcap 11-3. NP is now 7-0 on the

Baseball combines for 1-hitter

Three pitchers combined for a one-hitter Thursday afternoon, leading the New Palestine baseball team to a 5-1 victory over Perry Meridian at NPHS. Starter Kyle Gardner allowed one infield hit over four scoreless innings, while Jacob Garrison and Cody Long combined for three innings of hitless relief in the game. Freshman catcher Colby Jenkins had

Baseball sweeps Bears

The New Palestine baseball team used a big inning in each game Tuesday night to pull away to a sweep of Shelbyville in a doubleheader. The Dragons won the opener 10-0 in five innings, bolstered by an eight-run fifth and a one-hitter by Zach Lovell. In the nightcap, NP rallied from three runs down to beat

Baseball uses 10-run inning to win home opener

The New Palestine baseball team used a 10-run second inning Tuesday afternoon to break things open against Batesville and win 12-1 in five innings. The victory gave the Dragons a 2-0 record on the young season heading into Friday’s home conference opener against Shelbyville. Batesville jumped ahead 1-0 in the top of the first on back-to-back

Baseball wins opener

The New Palestine baseball team won its opener Monday, beating Martinsville 7-5 on a cold, blustery day in Martinsville. NP jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the third inning, extended it to 6-1 with a three-run fifth and added an insurance run in the sixth. Martinsville scored single runs in the fourth and fifth

Hall-Manley, Hoyt sign with Div. I programs

Two New Palestine senior athletes, baseball player Jason Hall-Manley and softball player Issy Hoyt, have signed to play collegiately at NCAA Div. I programs. Hall-Manley has signed to play baseball at Eastern Illinois University. He was one of the Dragons’ top hitters in 2015, hitting .341 with four homers, nine extra-base hits and 31 RBI

Dragons fall in regional final

The New Palestine Dragons battled throughout, but dropped an 8-3 decision to West Vigo in the regional championship game Saturday night. The Dragons finish the season 21-12 and a regional finalist for the fourth time in six years. West Vigo took a 1-0 lead in the first on a long homer by Donnie Inman in the