New Palestine Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Special teams lifts football victory over G-C

The New Palestine special teams were just that Friday night, coupling with the Red Rage defense to seize control of the game and lead a 59-3 football victory over Greenfield-Central. The Dragons recovered a muffed kickoff, scored by recovering a fumbled punt snap, and twice used short fields after G-C lined up in punt formation to

Friday football preview: Dragons at Greenfield-Central

#2/2 New Palestine Dragons (5-0, 3-0) at Greenfield-Central Cougars (2-3, 1-2) 7:30 p.m., Clayton Myers Field Local broadcast: New Pal Radio The New Palestine Dragons open up the second half of the 2017 regular season by traveling to face fellow Hancock County foe Greenfield-Central. The Dragons enter the matchup with a 5-0 record and an

NPHS reschedules events

New Palestine High School is announcing the rescheduling of three events postponed due to inclement weather. Boys soccer at Center Grove, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, will be played at the same time/place Wednesday, Sept. 20. Girls soccer vs. Franklin, postponed from Sept. 18, will be rescheduled to a TBD date/time Freshman football vs. Pendleton Heights

Football overcomes Arabian charge in 41-21 victory

Facing a Pendleton Heights onslaught, the New Palestine football team hit a key point with the game on the line. Leading by seven in the third quarter, quarterback Zach Neligh told the offense it was time to carry the team. The Dragons responded and pulled away to a 41-21 victory. Neligh hit an 18-yard pass

Friday football preview: Dragons vs. Pendleton Heights

RV/RV Pendleton Hts. Arabians (4-0, 2-0) at #3/2 New Palestine Dragons (4-0, 2-0) Friday, September 15, 2017 7:30 p.m., Kelso Stadium, New Palestine Local broadcast: New Pal Radio This Friday night marks a meeting of unbeaten teams as the New Palestine Dragons host the Pendleton Heights Arabians in a key Hoosier Heritage Conference showdown. Tonight’s winner will

NPHS invites football alumni to 50-year celebration Sept. 29

The New Palestine football team is celebrating its 50th varsity season this fall, and is inviting all former players to be a part of the festivities. On Friday, Sept. 29, the Dragons will host Shelbyville in NPHS’s 50th annual homecoming game, during which we will celebrate the golden anniversary of Dragon football, which played its first varsity

Football retains Rail with 47-3 victory

Throughout its 50 seasons of varsity football, the New Palestine Dragons have prided themselves on the “Red Rage” defense. It set the tone again Friday night, as the Dragons forced four straight three-and-outs to start the game, held MV to 99 yards of total offense and had four sacks and two picks. In turn, it

Friday football preview: Dragons vs. Mt. Vernon

Mt. Vernon Marauders (1-2, 0-1) at #2/2 New Palestine Dragons (3-0, 1-0) 7:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 8, Kelso Stadium Local broadcast: New Pal Radio It’s the annual Battle for the Boundary Rail as the New Palestine Dragons meet the Mt. Vernon Marauders for the 50th time in the regular season and the 56th time overall.

Football extends streak with shutout

The New Palestine football team started the HHC season by driving for a touchdown on the first possession. From there, the Red Rage took control. New Palestine’s defense posted its first shutout in eight games as the Dragons pulled away to a 43-0 victory over Yorktown Friday night. The Dragons held Yorktown to 162 yards, including just

Friday football preview: Dragons at Yorktown

#3/2 New Palestine Dragons (2-0) at Yorktown Tigers (2-0) 7:30 p.m., Tiger Stadium, Yorktown Local broadcast: New Pal Radio Hoosier Heritage Conference play begins this week, as the New Palestine Dragons travel to Yorktown. The HHC’s traveling Helmet trophy will be on the line, as the Dragons have held the trophy since 2013. Winners of