School spirit was on display as the Lindenhurst school community showed emphatic support for the varsity football team during the annual Lindenhurst Union Free School District homecoming festivities.
The events began on Oct. 14 with the middle school pep rally where student-athletes from all teams showed their Lindy Pride, donning green and white and cheering from the bleachers.
The homecoming festivities continued into the evening as the high school pep rally brought together all sports teams, the marching band, dance teams and the cheerleaders to further demonstrate the immense amount of Lindy Pride that looked to propel their team to victory. To conclude the high school pep rally, homecoming queen Kayla Lipscomb and king Jake Grigo were announced to the loud applause of their fellow schoolmates. The student council and athletic department coordinated the weekend’s activities.
The parade on Oct. 15 began at Fireman’s Park, made its way down Wellwood Avenue and ended at Lindenhurst Middle School. Each class and school building float represented different countries from around the world.
At half time, there were special performances from the school’s marching band, cheerleading squads and dance team. At that time, it was announced that the senior class won the float competition with their incredible float that was USA-themed.
In the end, the Bulldogs reigned victorious as they defeated West Babylon 20-6.
Date Added: 10/17/2022