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National Homeschool Football Tournament 2018

By Coach Bigg 11/18/2020, 10:30pm CST


2018 National Homeschool Football Tournament
November 18, 2018 at 10:32 AM


The Christ Prep Patriots from Kansas City defeated the Landmark Christian Eagles from Cincinnati, Ohio 21-0 in the 2018 NHFA National Championship game. Christ Prep QB Noah Blair, the MVP, led the way with 2 scores. The Patriots finished the season 11-2 with victories over #2 Landmark Christian, #3 Tomball Christian, #4 NOAH Jaguars and #5 Lighthouse Christian. They did that within the last 30 days so they left no doubt who is #1.

[KSHB 41, 2019] Lenexa Homeschool Football Team Wins National Title

For the second year in a row, a Kansas City area high school football team has won a national title.


Four out of five shutouts!

[KC Star, 2019] Lenexa's Christ Prep Patriots Repeat as National Homeschool Football Champions

Lenexa’s Christ Prep defended its National Homeschool Football Association championship Saturday night in Florida, beating Tulsa’s NOAH Jaguars 21-13 in Vernon, Florida.

2019 National Homeschool Tournament Champs

Christ Prep recognized for their repeat performance!

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Blair passing out of the pocket

December 11, 2019

PANAMA CITY, FL – On November 23rd Christ Prep Academy successfully defended their National Homeschool Football Association Tournament championship with a 21-13 victory over the Tulsa NOAH Jaguars in a rematch of a regular season game in which the Patriots dominated. CPA was led by Most Valuable Player Noah Blair who rushed for a game high 109 yards and a TD.

Blair intercepted the Jaguars on their final drive of the game to seal the win. It was the seventh interception of the season tying him with fellow senior Josiah Gerard.

Sophomore running back Sway Jenkins rushed for 88 yards and his 32 yard scamper set up Blair’s TD to give Christ Prep the early lead. The Jags responded on their next possession and tied the score 7-7.

The teams traded turnovers but CPA was able to secure the halftime lead when Ben Einess scored from the wildcat formation and make the score 14-7.

Tulsa NOAH used everything in their bag of tricks to pull within one point in the third quarter, 14-13. But the Patriot defense held it’s ground and gave the offense a chance to build on the lead. Einess scored again from the wildcat to make it 21-13 late in the 4th period.

That set the stage for Blair’s interception. The Patriot sideline erupted and the season long goal for the seniors was realized! Blair was named the MVP for the second time. Coach Tom Hurley said afterward, “I am so proud of what these guys were able to accomplish!”

[Metro Voice, 2019] Christ PrepFootball is National Champion for Second Year

The CPA Patriots have now posted a 22-3 record over the past two years, and are 5-1 in their last 6 tournament games.


Head Coach: Tom Hurley

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