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The homecoming court took center stage at the (Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

The homecoming court took center stage at the Long Island Lutheran High School football game against Jericho High School. King Elijah Walters, 17, of Hempstead, and Queen Danielle Sinacori, 17, of Wantagh, were crowned during the halftime ceremony. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Long Island Lutheran homecoming

Long Island Lutheran High School had its homecoming football game on Oct. 26, crowning a king and queen in the process.

Long Island Lutheran High School alumni returned to
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Long Island Lutheran High School alumni returned to their alma mater with their families to enjoy homecoming weekend. Some of the children even started their own football game on the sidelines. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Class of 1988 alumnus and current varsity wrestling
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Class of 1988 alumnus and current varsity wrestling coach James Farrell was inducted into the Long Island Lutheran High School Athletic Hall of Fame during a halftime ceremony at the school's homecoming football game. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Alumni, students, faculty and parents gathered at the
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Alumni, students, faculty and parents gathered at the newly renovated Long Island Lutheran High School football field to cheer on the Crusaders as they took on Jericho High School in the homecoming game. (Oct. 26, 2013)

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Alumni and students donned Crusaders jerseys and logos
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Alumni and students donned Crusaders jerseys and logos in support of the Long Island Lutheran High School football team's homecoming game again Jericho High School. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Long Island Lutheran High School alumni James Farrell,
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Long Island Lutheran High School alumni James Farrell, class of 1986, and Beth Eshelman, class of 1988, were inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame during Saturday's homecoming game halftime ceremony. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Members of Long Island Lutheran High School's three
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Members of Long Island Lutheran High School's three undefeated football teams from 1963, 1982 and 2012 were recognized during the halftime ceremony at the school's homecoming game on Saturday. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Long Island Lutheran High School alumna Beth Eshelman,
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Long Island Lutheran High School alumna Beth Eshelman, class of 1986, was inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame during a halftime ceremony at the school's homecoming football game. A former multi-sport athlete, Eshelman was "very surprised and honored" to be recognized by the school that "felt like a home" to her. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Long Island Lutheran High School seniors Elijah Walters,
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Long Island Lutheran High School seniors Elijah Walters, 17, of Baldwin, and Danielle Sinacori, 17, of Wantagh, were crowned homecoming king and queen during the halftime ceremony at Saturday's football game against Jericho High School. "This [becoming king] was definitely my proudest moment," said Walters, who played on the defensive side of the ball. (Oct. 26, 2013)

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The Long Island Lutheran High School varsity cheerleading
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The Long Island Lutheran High School varsity cheerleading team kicks off Saturday's homecoming game against Jericho High School with a routine. (Oct. 26, 2013)

The homecoming court took center stage at the
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

The homecoming court took center stage at the Long Island Lutheran High School football game against Jericho High School. King Elijah Walters, 17, of Hempstead, and Queen Danielle Sinacori, 17, of Wantagh, were crowned during the halftime ceremony. (Oct. 26, 2013)

Members of the Long Island Lutheran High School
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Members of the Long Island Lutheran High School 2012 undefeated football team, from left, Zach Augustine, 18, of Baldwin; Tiquan Garner, 18, of Glen Cove; Ian Brown, 18, of Huntington; John Schmitt, 18, of Massapequa; and Joseph Barrios, 18, of Oyster Bay, were honored at the school's homecoming game along with the undefeated teams from 1962 and 1983. (Oct. 26, 2013)

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