Spirit and Pride Reign at Bethpage Homecoming

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Bethpage pride was on full display on Oct. 12 for Bethpage High School’s annual homecoming celebration. The festivities kicked off with a parade up Stewart Avenue, featuring the marching band, high school and middle school cheerleaders, kickline, class floats, PAL youth leagues and homecoming king and queen Johnny Thomaidis and Heather Nunez.

As the parade reached the high school, the four floats pulled into the front circle. Keeping alive a Bethpage tradition, the four classes performed unique skits to the delight of all in attendance. The Frightening Freshmen and the Spooky Sophomores presented Halloween-themed sketches, while the Justice League Juniors and the Senior Endgame drew inspiration from superheroes.

Shortly after, the stands at the football field quickly filled up with students and community members donning their blue and gold for the Golden Eagles matchup against the North Shore Vikings. The halftime show featured the school’s marching band with a rousing performance of music from Van Halen, including “Dance the Night Away” and “Running with the Devil.” They were accompanied by the school’s color guard and kickline team. Halftime also included performances by the cheerleaders and kickline.

Thank you to all community members who came out to cheer on Bethpage and share in the spirit of the day!