New Pal swimmers beat Pendleton

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New Palestine’s Liam Fuller was part of two Dragon relay wins Tuesday.

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New Palestine’s boys swimming and diving team won two relays and six of 12 events to defeat host Pendleton Heights 108-78 Tuesday.

Dawson Lynch, Aidan Kingery, Liam Fuller and Chase Martin opened the meet with a victory in the 200-yard medley relay in 1:49.55.

Later in the meet, the Dragons 200 freestyle relay team of Martin, Ashton Turner, Fuller and Dontae Thompson won in 1:39.49.

Additionally, New Palestine got victories in four other individual categories. Ian Erwin won the 50 freestyle in 24.11 seconds. Thompson won the 100 freestyle in 54.80 seconds. Lynch won the distance freestyle race, taking the 500 in 5:28.87. Kingery won the 100 breaststroke in 1:09.51.

New Palestine is back in action Jan. 7, hosting the Hoosier Heritage Conference Meet at the New Palestine Natatorium.

Girls swimming

Dragons defeated by Arabians

New Palestine’s girls swimming and diving team lost 114-72 to host Pendleton Heights Tuesday.

The Dragons were co-winners of one event.

Chloe Siler and Pendleton Heights Mallory Gentry touched the wall at the same time to share first place in the 50-yard freestyle. They had a time of 26.37 seconds.

New Palestine is back in action Jan. 7, hosting the Hoosier Heritage Conference Meet at the New Palestine Natatorium.

Boys wrestling

Royals win four matches at Union City

Eastern Hancock’s wrestling team went 4-1 at Saturday’s Union City Super Six.

The Royals defeated Culver Academies (45-24), Northeastern (46-27), Wapahani (60-6) and Union City (45-21). They lost to Hamilton Heights (59-0).

Seven wrestlers went 4-1 on the day including, Zayne Badgley (126), Cameron Volz (132), Caleb Johnson (138), Kevin Beaver (152), Dom Shelby (160), Gabe Johnson (170), and Brayden Tincher (182).

Eastern Hancock wrestlers at the Wapahani Raider Rumble Saturday.