New Palestine High School senior offensive lineman Ian Moore was selected this week to be a participant in the 2024 All-American Bowl.

Moore is the No. 2 rated offensive tackle in the nation and has committed to play at Ohio State.

The 24th edition of the All-American Bowl is to be played Jan. 6, 2024 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The game will be televised live on NBC and Peacock.

“We’re really proud of him,” New Palestine head football coach Kyle Ralph said. “This one (for Ian) is the big, big one, and a phenomenal honor for him.

“From where he started when he got here to where he is at now is such an incredible success story. He’s a talented young man, but he has worked unbelievably hard to get to where he is. I am proud of his hard work and humble nature.”

Schools announce NLI signings

Wednesday marked the first day of the National Letter-of-Intent signing period for high schoolers that have plans to continue academic and athletic careers at the collegiate levels.

The following is a list compiled by the Daily Reporter from athletic directors and school’s social media accounts of the recent, or soon to be, signees:

Eastern Hancock

Softball: Tatem Adams (Goshen), Sammie Bolding (Toledo), Brooklyn Willis (UIndy)


Men’s Cross Country/Track and Field: Chris Ross (Lee)

Men’s Tennis: Chris Long (Marian)

Mt. Vernon

Baseball: Nick Heitman (Iowa), D.J. Scheumann (Ball State), Cam Sullivan (Notre Dame)

Men’s Track and Field: Andres Langston (Duke)

Women’s Basketball: Ellery Minch (DePaul)

Women’s Soccer: Lily Printz (Valparaiso)

New Palestine

Softball: Allie Blum (Kentucky), Paige Ernstes (Mississippi State), Ella Holman (Dayton), Sydney Oliver (UIndy).

Girls Basketball

Cougars defeat Tri

Greenfield-Central’s girls basketball team outscored Tri 11-0 in the third quarter and defeated the host Titans 47-22 Thursday.

Madison Sonsini led the Cougars with 19 points. Chaney Brown added 14.

Tri was led by Kenley Cornelius with 16 points.

The Cougars led 21-15 at halftime.

Greenfield-Central (2-1) is back in action Saturday with a 1:30 p.m. contest against Guerin Catholic (1-1). Tri (2-1) visits Hagerstown (0-1) Tuesday.

Mt. Vernon falls on the road

Mt. Vernon (1-3) lost 31-24 at Bishop Chatard (1-1) Thursday.

Kanyonrae Kenny had seven points, seven rebounds and three steals. Reagan Britt had four points and nine rebounds.

The Marauders host Richmond (1-1) Saturday at 7:30 p.m.