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NFA beats New London 28-7

NFA completed a perfect 10-0 regular season with a 28-7 win over New London in the 151st renewal of the nation's oldest high school football game and will unoffically open Class LL playoffs at Newtown.

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NFA's Ryer Caruso, (6), celebrates as he high-steps into the end zone untouched by the New London defense in the second half of Thanksgiving Day football action Thursday, Nov/ 22, 2012, at New London's Cannamela Field.

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NFA's Joey Paparelli, (11), tries to evade New London's Sammy Miranda, (7), and Caleb Camacho, (27), in the first half of Thanksgiving Day football action Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, at New London's Cannamela Field.

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New London's Sammy Miranda breaks away from NFA's Ramel Williams, (7), in the first half of Thanksgiving Day football action Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012 at New London's Cannamela Field. NFA led at the half 14-0.

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NFA quarterback Joey Paparelli, (11), goes flying after being tripped-up by New London's Sammy Miranda, (7), in the first half of Thanksgiving Day football action Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, at New London's Cannamella Field.

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NFA's Ryer Caruso, (6), and Anthony Gomes, (51), stretch in the locker room before taking the field against New London in Thanksgiving Day football action Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, at New London's Cannamela Field.

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NFA head coach Jemal Davis gives his team one last pep talk before taking the field against New London in Thanksgiving Day football action Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, at New London's Cannamela Field.

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NFA's Ryer Caruso, with bucket, and Joey Paparelli, (11), douse head coach Jemal Davis with sports drink after the Wildcats' Thanksgiving Day victory over New London Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, at New London's Cannamela Field.

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New London head coach Duane Maranda huddles with his team after losing to NFA in Thanksgiving Day football action Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, at New London's Cannamela Field. NFA rolled to a 28-7 win to complete an undefeated season.

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