New Palestine Boys Varsity Football

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

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Football retains Rail with 49-7 victory

The Boundary Rail has been a fixture on the New Palestine sideline in recent years of the Dragons’ rivalry with Mt. Vernon. The Dragons made sure it stayed there Friday night. 5A No. 1 NP used big defensive and special teams plays to gradually pull away to a 49-7 victory over Mt. Vernon at Kelso Stadium.

Friday football preview: Dragons vs. Mt. Vernon

It’s Boundary Rail week as the Class 5A No. 1 New Palestine Dragons host the Mt. Vernon Marauders in a matchup of 3-0 teams. The Dragons enter with two wins over ranked teams in back-to-back weeks, beating then-6A No. 4 Center Grove 28-9 and then-3A No. 10 Yorktown 55-19 in last week’s home opener. Last

Spegal sets mark in football victory

New Palestine senior Charlie Spegal made history on his second carry Friday night, with a 10-yard run on third-and-long making him Indiana’s career rushing leader. The 5A No. 1 Dragons spent the rest of the night lighting up the sccoreboard in a 55-19 victory over 3A No. 10 Yorktown. Spegal entered the evening needing just

Friday football preview: Dragons vs. Yorktown

The New Palestine Dragons return to Kelso Stadium Friday for their home opener, as Class 5A No. 1 NP faces 3A No. 10 Yorktown at 7:30 p.m. The contest also opens Hoosier Heritage Conference play for both teams, who enter 2-0. Senior RB Charlie Spegal is 11 yards shy of breaking the state rushing record of

Football downs 6A No. 4 Center Grove

The 5A No. 1 New Palestine football team made another statement Friday night, scoring three consecutive touchdowns in the second half to beat 6A No. 4 Center Grove 28-9. Charlie Spegal ran for 218 yards and three touchdowns and Maxen Hook had 111 yards receiving, helping lead the Dragons to one of the most impressive of their

Friday football preview: Dragons at Center Grove

The New Palestine Dragons will contest one of the state’s most anticipated games of the regular season Friday, as Class 5A’s No. 1 team travels to 6A No. 5/4 Center Grove for a 7 p.m. kickoff. The Dragons opened with a 63-13 victory over Kokomo last week, while CG dropped a close 21-14 contest to Warren

Fall 2019 schedule changes

Schedule changes for fall 2019 Girls golf Aug. 8 vs. Fishers: PPD. Reschedule date TBA Tennis Aug. 26 at Delta: Postponed to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4 Aug. 20 vs. Whiteland: Postponed to 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9. Girls soccer Aug. 31 vs. Warren Central: moved to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3 AT Warren Central (venue

Football downs Wildkats 63-13 in opener

A three-minute blitz was all the New Palestine football team needed Friday to break open its season opener at Kokomo. The Dragons scored four touchdowns in a 2:56 span in the opening half, propelling a 63-13 victory over the host Wildkats. Charlie Spegal’s 11-yard touchdown run boosted the Dragons to a 14-0 edge with 2:38 left in

Friday football preview: Dragons at Kokomo

The New Palestine Dragons open their 52nd season of varsity football Friday as they travel to face the Kokomo Wildkats for a 7 p.m. kickoff. The contest matches up the last two 5A north semistate champions, as the Dragons won the 2018 state title and Kokomo was the 2017 state runner-up. New Palestine returns seven starters

Football players receive postseason honors

Several members of the New Palestine Class 5A state champion football team have received postseason statewide and national honors from various agencies. Senior C Austin Keele was named to both the IFCA Top 50 and AP Class 5A all-state teams. Keele was a four-year starter for the Dragons on the offensive line and also a key player on