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724 SPORTS -

NLPU in Niantic 5K - March 2011
5 K O'Niantic run
rank - name - time - pace
#95 Andy Nemeth 24:16 -7:49
#150 Dustin Adkins 25:39 - 8:16
#165 Trisha Marcaccio 26:02 - 8:23
#166 Daniel Jaramillo 26:02 - 8:23
#197 Timothy Henderson 26:50 - 8:38
#381 Richard Cable 31:46 - 10:14

full results
Police and Fire raise over $2000 for McCourt foundation!

MVP Dave Macelroy! - NEW Pix POSTED
Delivers the game winning hit in the bottom of the ninth after Todd Lynch and John Michaud set him up!
Foot chase in Niantic!
more pix
NLPD 5K Team - race results
Nott, J. Bergeson, Hulland, Lynch, Starkey, LM Keating, Buzzelli,
MacDonald, Adkins, Cable, Gorra, Clachrie, Marcaccio
volleyball logo

Team NL goes 4-1. 2010
Advancing to the finals and losing in the elite 8!
make a wish CT chapter
Team NL raises $140 for Make-a-wish foundation!


Local 724 members participate in tough mudders!

Marccaccio, Cassiere, Nemeth, Newton, Pelchat and Henderson.
Mount Snow, VT May 7 & May 8

Make-A-Wish of Connecticut 2011
volleyball tournament! 2-2

more action pix

Basketball tournament @ St Bernards H.S.

Team NLPD loses to Windsor pd 46-45.
Windsor team plays dirty!
team raised $150 for special olympics

Raheem Ali Carter Memorial
Flag Football Tournament

more pix
Despite the 0-3 record team NLPD played tough with a talented young team. Many newcomers hit the field to display their talents in the wake of past stars hanging up their cleats. The team had a great turnout which was much needed in the scorching heat which exceeded ninety degrees.

As usual Kyle Gorra played well taking the reigns at quarterback. Newcomer Frank/Steve Calendar also proved himself to be an asset, making some great catches and even playing some QB himself. With the young legs on the team the defense held strong and played tough against some very athletic competition.

New guys, Karasuk and Gauthier showed they could hang tough making some athletic plays in the secondary which kept the team in the game.

Big thanks to Firefighter Mike Leonard and former New London officer, now Trooper Micheal O'Hara who both came out to help the team. An additional thanks to the Marie McSparen who was again present to show her support and take some action photos. One final thanks to the New London Police Union who sponsored the team and donated money to the Raheem Ali Carter Memorial Scholarship Fund.

nlpd wins annual Flag football game vs Norwich pd!! 25-12
gorra MVP
Kyle Gorra MVP w/ TD run and 3 TD passes to Canatta,
Henderson and Karsuk.
3rd Annual Raheem Carter Memorial Flag Football Game
Poquonnock Plains Park

Team New London takes it on the chin! Limited number of players.

Currach rowing challenge

Pete Miller benefit softball

2011 - Police win
The 2nd annual Law Enforcement basketball tournament to benefit Special Olympics.
photos by Marie Friess-McSparran Team NL Loses first game in a tight contest.
photos by - Marie Friess-McSparran
25 members from the New London Public Schools Martial Arts competed in the Ocean State Grand Nationals Karate Championships.

They take home a total of 17 trophies (Top 4) and 16 plaques (Top 8, Finalist)

2008 McCourt game rained out!
PD and FD give valiant effort to play on muddy field.

David McCourt meets the teams
at Hanafins for brews and steak!

more pix

2nd annual Raheem Carter Memorial
Flag Football Game
Team Carter - more photos

Fall fishing tournament

Neighborhood alliance thanks Union brother
G Potts and his family for their particpation in the tourney!
2nd annual Norwich vs NLPD Flag Football game!
Pictures and detail analysis of the game.
more pictures
NL Wins 43-41!
New London PD Defeats Norwich PD in Football Thriller!

Photos by
Marie Friess-McSparran

thanks to everyone who participated!
Team NL beats Westerly PD and advances to Q- Finals!

2007 Clutch Free throws by Buzzelli and Gorra late in the game.
Scott Jones rains 3 pointers. Washington
leads the team to a first round win!
Photos game #1
An exhausted team NL loses to a fresh JB Gates squad
in Quarter finals. Young guys and Dee Nott keep NL in the game!
Buzzelli three pointers and the scrappy play
by Wallace and Gorra comes up short.
Quarter final game photos

Team New London Sponsored by the PBA!
CT special olympics

2007 McCourt benefit game - Dodd stadium
Police 4 Fire 2
Jeff Mehlenbacher - 2007

Gunner and the toe 2007
Council 15 Police all-stars vs NB Fire Dept
After losing 27 - 3 in 2006, Council 15 enlists the help of New London Police Union All-Stars, John "724-GUN" Michaud and the "Big Toe" to defeat CT IAFF/UAFF 2 - 0. The Firefighters go down in flames once again!

police win 2007
2007 Juliana Valentine McCourt Benefit Softball Game.
The trophy stays at the P.D. Police win 4-2

Team 724 places 1st at the 2007 AFSCME convention - Atlantic City
Roger Baker, T Corozza, Chip Segar, Corozza
team 724
Tyler Dyer Benefit Game 2007 - 2nd place

Capt Edwards makes NLHS Football Hame of Fame

Edwards played for the Whalers from 1977-80, where he started at offensive guard and defensive end and was an All-Southeastern Athletic Conference pick his senior year. He went on to graduate from the University of New Haven and is currently a captain in the New London Police Department.

"Tournament for life" cancer benefit basketball game sponsored by the PBA. The event was to raise money for a Sub Base Firefighters wife who has cancer.

Team 724 places 2nd at the 2005 AFSCME convention - Atlantic City



Team Cable/Baker - Team Segar/Murray

Kevin "Lefty" Barney tee's off

NLPD's Secret Weapon

The Pres' goes yard!

2005 McCourt softball team

Joey O and Jr end the inning

FDNL Joe Nott passes the McCourt Trophy to the winners

Softball photos From The Day

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Matteo laces a triple


digs it out

Jonesy w/ the tag
Jonesy with the tag

Martial arts club

Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School
This club is operated for the New London Public School System by local 724 Union Member Carl Brisson-Lopez. Carl volunteers his own time and is unpaid. This club is not financially funded by the school system. Initially funds were raised through a few fundraising events and personal donations made by the Instructor himself. E-mail Carl For info or donations