The No. 13-ranked New Palestine gymnastics team improved to 7-0 by topping Noblesville 103.35-96.00 in a home dual meet Tuesday.
Kenzi Hoffman garnered first place in the all-around competition (35.15) by picking up victories in the vault (9.25), bars (8.525) and beam (8.925) for the Dragons.
Kate Fee was second in the all-around, taking first in the floor (9.25) and second in the vault.
Shelly Huesman placed second in the bars while Annabelle Dockins was second in the floor competition.
NP is at the Rushville Invitational Saturday.
Whiteland 46, Greenfield-Central 32
The Cougars dropped their final home game of the season Tuesday to the Warriors.
Whiteland led 21-14 at half and 32-24 after three quarters.
Shelby Oldham paced G-C with eight points. Regan Lewis (six points) and Sara Jones (five points) also contributed.
Michaela Harris led the Warriors (10-11) with 16 points.
The Cougars (8-11) close the regular season today at Greenwood (15-4).
EH boys finish regular season
The Eastern Hancock boys swimming and diving team closed its regular season by finishing third in a tri-meet with Oldenburg at Greensburg Tuesday.
Sam Carlton was the lone winner for the Royals, prevailing in the 100 backstroke.
J.T. Marley (100 freestyle) and Levi Lewman-Lockhart (500 freestyle) notched personal-bests.
EH is at the sectional meet at New Palestine on Feb. 16.
MV boys make history at Yorktown
The Mt. Vernon boys swimming and diving team defeated Yorktown for the first time ever Tuesday, winning 97-89.
MV victors were Dixon Tierney (200 freestyle), Brisco Wood (200 individual medley, 100 breaststroke), Colin Harrison (50 freestyle) and Zach Ball (diving).
The Marauders are at Speedway for a tri-meet with Cascade on Feb. 7.