The New London Youth Football Juniors took a road trip to Windham over the weekend and returned home still unbeaten. Windham has a record of 4-1 going into the game. New London had a record of 5-0. New London came out strong once again. The team had three touchdowns called back due to penalties but that didn't stop New London. The final score was 28-6, giving New London Juniors and impressive winning streak of six games to zero to date.
"That was the first time any team scored on New London in six games," said head coach Calvin Fort. "I told my boys I'm glad someone scored on us. That would just make us stronger. We have three games left. I told them we still have the play every team like they're number one. We can't give up. We have to fight to the end. Nobody remembers second-place. We all have a goal and that's going to the Super Bowl."
The next game will be in New London against Plainfield.