New Palestine Boys Varsity Football

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Football routs Red Devils

The New Palestine Dragons used a 27-point second quarter to pull away from Richmond in a 61-7 victory Friday night. NP sophomore Luke Canfield rushed for 277 yards and four touchdowns, while junior quarterback Zach Neligh threw for 155 yards and three scores – all to junior wideout Colby Jenkins – in the victory. The

Friday football preview: Dragons vs. Richmond

Richmond Red Devils (0-1) at #4/4 New Palestine Dragons (1-0) 7:30 p.m., Kelso Stadium Local broadcast: New Pal Radio The New Palestine Dragons open the home portion of their schedule this weekend with a visit from the Richmond Red Devils. The Dragons enter with a 1-0 mark after an impressive 19-8 road victory over No.

Football opens with victory

The New Palestine football team used back-to-back first-quarter touchdowns to take a lead, then suffocated Whiteland with a strong defensive performance to beat the Warriors 19-8 Friday evening. Making their first varsity starts, quarterback Zach Neligh ran for 211 yards and two touchdowns, while sophomore running back Luke Canfield ran for 100 yards and a

Friday football preview: Dragons at Whiteland

The New Palestine Dragons open their 50th season of varsity football this week with their first trip to Whiteland since 2012. The Dragons are facing a tough foe as they look to start 2017 off on the right foot and extend their 36-game regular-season winning streak. The Warriors went 6-5 last season against a tough

Several sports learn new sectional alignments

New Palestine’s athletic teams will have several new sectional foes as they learned the new alignments for the 2017-19 IHSAA tournaments. The Dragon football team will feed into the 5A north semistate and be reunited with county rival Greenfield-Central in a sectional that also includes Anderson, Muncie Central and Zionsville. The basketball and volleyball teams will

Judy named to All-Star Game

New Palestine High School senior David Judy has been chosen to play in the Indiana Football Coaches Association’s North-South All-Star Game. Judy becomes the sixth person to represent New Palestine in the last four seasons in the state’s premier all-star contest. Judy was a big part of a Dragon offense that gained 453.7 yards per game in

Four football players sign to play in college

Three New Palestine seniors signed letters of intent to play college football Wednesday morning. A fourth signed his letter of intent Wednesday afternoon. David Judy and Adam Kincaid signed to play at St. Francis. Demetre Mitchell signed to play at the University of Indianapolis at a ceremony Wednesday morning at NPHS. Later in the day, DuRon Ford

Eight Dragons inducted into Wall of Fame

New Palestine High School inducted eight members of the Class of 2016 into its athletic Wall of Fame on Saturday night. The eight were chosen either as All-State selections or as individual State Finals qualifiers. Of the eight, four were selected from the football team that made two State Finals appearances during their final two

Ford, Walden named AP football All-State

New Palestine High School seniors DuRon Ford and Brady Walden were named to the Associated Press Class 5A All-State football team. Both had also been chosen to the Indiana Football Coaches Association team, making the two players consensus All-State picks. Ford finished the year with 1,830 yards and 32 rushing touchdowns at the running back

Four football players named IFCA All-State

Four New Palestine football players were named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association’s All-State team Friday. Two seniors – DuRon Ford and Brady Walden – were chosen First Team 5A Senior All-State. Sophomores Austin Keele and Luke Ely were chosen First Team 5A Underclass All-State. Ford finished the year with 1,830 yards and 32 rushing touchdowns.