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South High School Celebrates Homecoming

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South High School’s homecoming continued several annual traditions, including a festival and parade around the track prior to the game. Banners representing the student classes and various clubs were on display as students paraded to the sounds of the marching band. Brian Morales and Bobbi Brivia donned their crowns as homecoming king and queen.

Later in the afternoon, the Falcons faced off against the Mineola Mustangs in an intense match. Although it did not end in a victory for South High School, the football players displayed excellent teamwork and athletic abilities.

At halftime, Town of Hempstead Councilman Bruce Blakeman presented resident Bill Benson, an avid South High School supporter, role model and fan, with a proclamation on behalf of Mayor Edwin Fare in acknowledgment of his contributions to the students and community.

Following the recognition, the cheerleaders, kickline, step squad and marching band delivered a series of entertaining performances that garnered applause from the stands.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019