New Palestine Girls Varsity Track

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

rss_feed Latest News

Senior spotlights

View the Dragon athletics senior spotlights below. We are also posting these to our Twitter page,

Girls track places in three events at State Finals

The New Palestine girls track team set three school records and placed in three events at Saturday’s IHSAA State Finals at Indiana University. The Dragons capped the meet with a seventh-place finish in the 4×400 relay, with Jordan Reid, Victoria Crowder, Maigan Williams and Sophia Taylor running 3:56.30. That was one of three records set by

Shaw, 4×800 win regional titles, team 3rd

Brenna Shaw and the Dragons 4×800 relay both won regional titles Tuesday at Shelbyville, leading the New Palestine girls track team to third place in the Shelbyville regional. The Dragons tallied 52 points, finishing behind Warren Central (107) and Center Grove (84). NP was five points ahead of fourth-place Whiteland. Twenty-six different teams scored. The

Girls track second in sectional

The New Palestine girls track team had three individual sectional championships and advanced eight to the regional from Tuesday’s Shelbyville sectional. The Dragons tallied 108.5 points to finish runner-up to Warren Central, which had 165. NP was ahead of third-place Franklin Central (83) and fourth-place Greenfield-Central (65) in the 11-team sectional. The Dragons had three

Girls track wins third straight HHC title

The New Palestine girls track team won its third consecutive Hoosier Heritage Conference title Tuesday. tallying 140 points to beat Greenfield-Central by 33.5 points. Shelbyville (89) was third and New Castle (78.5) fourth. The Dragons had nine conference champions in the 16 events. Jordan Reid opened the day by setting a conference record with a 12.14

Track teams sweep county titles

The New Palestine track teams both won the Hancock County championships Wednesday night at Mt. Vernon. NP’s girls won with 91 points, beating Greenfield-Central (68), Mt. Vernon (67) and Eastern Hancock (18). The Dragon boys won with 103 points, beating MV (72.5), EH (42.5) and G-C (23). Jordan Reid and Laine Schonauer were the Athletes

Track teams shine at Zionsville

The New Palestine track and field teams had strong showings at Friday’s Zionsville Invitational. The Dragon girls tallied 83 points, one back of second-place Brownsburg. Zionsville was the champion with 124. The Dragon boys were sixth with 49.3 points in the 10-team invitational.   For the Dragon girls, Jordan Reid had a great start to

Girls track finishes second at PH Invitational

The New Palestine girls track team finished second at the 13-team Pendleton Heights Invitational Tuesday, winning five events. Noblesville won with 134 points. The Dragons had 101, well ahead of third-place Cathedral (73). Jordan Reid won two events, sweeping the 100 and 200. Aden Lumbley was the shot put champion. Kaylin Casner was a double-winner, taking

Track teams sweep Falcons in last event

The New Palestine track teams both went down to the last event – the 4×400 relay – Tuesday to clinch victories over Perry Meridian. The Dragon boys won 68-63 when Josh Collins, Carson Sams, Dylan Harsin and Drew Austin won the 4×400 relay. The Dragons won 10 events in the meet. Ryker Large won the

Track shines at showcases

The New Palestine track teams both shone Friday at two different showcase events. At the Flashes Showcase distance event at Franklin Central, which features several of the state’s top distance runners, the Dragon boys 4×800 relay team of Josh Collins, Owen Kleine, Carson Sams and Devon Whitaker ran 8:26, winning its heat and finishing third