New Palestine Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 10 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Burton selected for IFCA All-Star Game

New Palestine High School senior Landan Burton will play in the Indiana Football Coaches Association’s North-South All-Star Game. Burton becomes the seventh player to represent NPHS in the last five seasons in the game. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound senior had an outstanding season on the Dragons’ defensive line. He had 55 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss and

McKinney signs with Greyhounds

New Palestine High School senior Levi McKinney has signed to play football at the University of Indianapolis. McKinney was a multi-year starter as the Dragons’ long snapper, handling the snapping duties for punts and field goals. The Dragons went 36-0 in the regular season during his four years with the program. He was a freshman on

Keele named AP All-State

New Palestine High School junior Austin Keele was named to the Associated Press Class 5A All-State football team Wednesday. The junior center led the Dragon offensive line, which accounted for 305 rushing and 483 total yards per game and produced Class 5A’s highest-scoring offense. He also played defensive line for the Dragons, who went 10-1 this

5 Dragons receive IFCA All-State honors

The New Palestine football team had five players named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association Class 5A All-State teams. Senior Josh Glover was named 5A Senior All-State, while four players were named 5A Junior All-State – juniors Colby Jenkins and Austin Keele, as well as sophomores Luke Canfield and Maxen Hook. A linebacker, Glover had 59 tackles, 15.5

Dragons earn HHC honors

As the fall season comes to a close, several NPHS athletes earned All-Hoosier Heritage Conference honors. All-HHC teams are chosen by a vote of the coaches in five sports, while they are determined by the results of the conference meet in the other three. The NPHS All-HHC performers are: Football Zach Neligh, Jr., QB Luke Canfield,

Football falls in sectional thriller

The New Palestine football team dropped a 26-24 decision to Zionsville Friday in the Class 5A Sectional 12 championship game. Zionsville kicker Chris Freeman hit a 48-yard field goal with seven seconds left to give the Eagles the victory, coming moments after the Dragons had taken the lead. Zach Neligh hit Jaxon Manes in the corner

Sectional football preview: Dragons vs. Zionsville

Class 5A Sectional 12 final Zionsville Eagles (6-5) at #2/1 New Palestine Dragons (10-0) 7 p.m., Kelso Stadium Local broadcast: New Pal Radio The New Palestine Dragons match up with an old rival with a sectional championship on the line. The Dragons and Zionsville Eagles last met in 2015 for a regional title, and now

Football pre-sale tickets available

Pre-sale tickets for Friday night’s sectional championship football game with Zionsville will be available for purchase in the athletic office beginning Wednesday morning through the end of school on Friday. Tickets are $6. Kickoff for Friday’s game is 7 p.m.

Football advances to sectional final

The New Palestine football team clinched a spot in the sectional championship game Friday, using a huge second quarter to beat Muncie Central 54-14 in the Class 5A Sectional 12 semifinal. The Dragons will host Zionsville at 7 p.m. next Friday for the sectional championship. Luke Canfield ran for 236 yards and the Dragons scored

Sectional football preview: Dragons vs. Muncie Central

Class 5A Sectional 12 semifinal Muncie Central Bearcats (1-8) at #2/1 New Palestine Dragons (9-0) 7 p.m., Kelso Stadium Local broadcast: New Pal Radio The second season begins tonight as the New Palestine Dragons return to Kelso Stadium to face Muncie Central. NPHS is looking to continue its recent success in the tourney. The Dragons