NEW PALESTINE — New Palestine’s football team doesn’t take much time to get its work accomplished.
For the second straight year, Danville found that out the hard way.
The Dragons scored early and often, beating the Danville Warriors 61-0 in Friday’s season opener at Kelso Stadium.
Seven of NP’s nine touchdown drives took less than two minutes – and the other two were completed in less than three and a half. Six different Dragons reached the end zone in the victory.
And the Dragons did it despite having a number of players limited due to a number of what coach Kyle Ralph called “bizarre issues” – non-football injuries and tweaks that forced him to juggle the roster often during the week.