Wilton High head football coach\u00a0Bruce Cunningham has been named this week's recipient of the New York Jets High School Coach of the Week award presented by Chase. The honor comes on the heels of Wilton's 18-0 win over Stamford last Saturday at home, which improved the Warriors' record to 4-2. In its 21st year, the Coach of the Week award is given to a coach in the tri-state area who serves the best interests of the game through the teaching of sound football fundamentals, the motivation of young players to achieve and the promotion of youth football by way of dedication to their community, their school and their student-athletes. Through Chase\u2019s partnership, the monetary award to benefit the school\u2019s football program has doubled to $2,000. Coach Cunningham will be presented with a certificate and award ball. In addition, he is invited to watch the New York Jets play the Buffalo Bills on Jan. 1\u00a0in Chase\u2019s suite at MetLife Stadium. Cunningham is in his seventh season as Wilton's head coach, and\u00a019th season with the Wilton program. A graduate of\u00a0Greenwich High School, he started on the offensive line\u00a0and\u00a0helped the Cardinals win\u00a0the state championship in his junior year. After graduating high school in 1983, he enrolled at Eastern Connecticut State University. Cunningham is in his 31st season of coaching. In addition to his coaching duties, Cunningham serves as a health and physical education teacher for Wilton High School.