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Ledyard beat New London 35-0

Ledyard’s Jackson Poulton (11) and team mates chase the loose ball after blocking a New London punt during the football match on Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints

New London’s Marvelt Fleurijeune (3) is pinned by Ledyard’s Anthony Adamick (16) and Jacob Lenz (8) during the football match on Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard’s Jackson Poulton (11) turns to run the ball down the pitch after making an interception against New London during the football match on Saturday 12th November 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard’s Jacob Lenz (8) is tackled by New London during the football match on Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard quarterback Jackson Poulton (11) catches the loose ball after it was dropped during the transfer during the football match on Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard’s James Green (7) holds off New London’s Jaidyn Montes (20) while running the ball down the pitch during the football match on Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard’s Liam Stahlbush (2) catches a pass against New London’s Denzel Norman (14) during the football match Saturday 12th November 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard quarterback Jaxon Poulton (11) passes the ball to a team mate against New London’s Denzell Norman (14) during the football game Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard’s Jackson Poulton (11) is tackled by New London’s Christopher Jones (13) after making an interception during the football match on Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
New London quarterback Johnny Burns III (2) heads the ball and keeps clear of Ledyard’s Jaxon Barboza (4) and Myles Strekfuss (22) during the football match on Saturday 12th November 2022 at the New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Ledyard’s James Green (7) heads the ball and slips past New London’s DyShawn Mooney (8) and Tyree Barnes (10) to run another few yards during the football match on Saturday November 12, 2022 at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
New London’s Christopher Jones (13) is tackled by Ledyard’s Benjamin Rusczyk (70) and Myles Strekfuss (22) blocked from view with Matthew Tebbets (60) watching the action during the football match on Saturday 12th November 2022 , at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Former New London coach Jim Buonocore senior, center, is applauded after he and his former players and coaches posted photos while on the pitch to be honored at half-time for his over 30 years training during the New London/Ledyard football match on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Former New London manager Jim Buonocore senior salutes his former players and coaches lined up on both sides as he arrives on the pitch to be honored at half-time for his 30+ years of coaching at the game New London/Ledyard football match on Saturday 21st November. 12, 2022, at New London High School. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints
Former New London coach Jim Buonocore senior looks at a plaque that New London sporting director Phil Orbe, left, gave to him with Mayor Michael Passero, center, and council member Efrain Dominguez, Jr. looking on during as he is honored at half-time during the New London v Ledyard Football Match on Saturday 12th November 2022 at New London High School. Buonocore was honored for his 30+ years of coaching. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints

Ledyard blanked New London on Saturday to win the football game at New London High School.

Former New London manager Jim Buonocore has been honored for his more than 30 years of half-time coaching.