Lynbrook Community Comes Together for Homecoming

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The Lynbrook community returned in full force for the annual homecoming parade and PTA Scholarship Homecoming Football Game held at Marion Street Elementary School on Oct. 15.

The parade started off at Lynbrook High School and proceeded towards Marion Street, featuring administrators, board members, the high school homecoming court, cheerleaders, the kickline team and the marching band. Homecoming king Max Cordes and queen Gabrielle Geller waved to onlookers who packed the sidewalks, as students from the freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior class walked with their custom banners.

The parade processed toward the Marion Street field in anticipation of the game. Community members were excited to watch the Lynbrook Owls face off against the Valley Stream North Spartans. Before the kick-off, senior cheer and kickline members and football players were honored on the field as they were escorted by their loved ones. Among the proud parents were Trustee Lesli Deninno with her daughter, Alexi Deninno. Attendees were also encouraged to donate or purchase apparel, snacks and refreshments in support of the PTA Scholarship fund for current Lynbrook High School seniors.

The Lynbrook Owls took to the field surrounded by cheerleaders and thunderous applause from the bleachers, and the high school marching band performed the National Anthem.

Varsity cheerleaders kept the crowd pumped throughout the game. During halftime, the cheerleaders and kickline proudly presented coordinated routines and the marching band and color guard dazzles guests. The Owls showed their might and triumphed over their opponents with a score of 47-21.

Date Added: 10/19/2022