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Homecoming queen Angela Criscuolo, 16, who described herself (Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

Homecoming queen Angela Criscuolo, 16, who described herself as "not sporty," was pleasantly surprised to learn that she had won the crown. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Lynbrook High School homecoming parade

Lynbrook High School students celebrated their homecoming with a parade down Union Avenue to the Marion Street School field, where the Lynbrook Owls faced off against Glen Cove.

The Lynbrook High School marching band had the
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

The Lynbrook High School marching band had the crowd dancing along to such familiar songs as Jimmy Buffet's "Margaritaville" during the homecoming parade. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Homecoming queen Angela Criscuolo, 16, who described herself
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

Homecoming queen Angela Criscuolo, 16, who described herself as "not sporty," was pleasantly surprised to learn that she had won the crown. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Lynbrook's king and queen now

Lynbrook High School seniors Miles Finkelstein, 17, and
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Lynbrook High School seniors Miles Finkelstein, 17, and Angela Criscuolo, 16, were crowned homecoming king and queen at a pep rally the day before the big football game. (Oct. 11, 2013)

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Lynbrook High School juniors showed their school spirit
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Lynbrook High School juniors showed their school spirit with a decorative banner during the homecoming parade. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Maria Ciaccio, 17, Aine Mooney, 16, and Hope
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

Maria Ciaccio, 17, Aine Mooney, 16, and Hope Glassman, members of the homecoming court, rode in the parade before the Lynbrook High School football game. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Seniors Miles Finkelstein, 17, and Angela Criscuolo, 16,
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Seniors Miles Finkelstein, 17, and Angela Criscuolo, 16, were crowned homecoming king and queen at the Lynbrook High School pep rally on Friday. Angela rode in the parade the next day while Finkelstein and his teammates prepared for the football game. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Lynbrook High School sophomores displayed Owl pride during
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

Lynbrook High School sophomores displayed Owl pride during the school's homecoming parade. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Members of the Lynbrook High School's homecoming court
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Members of the Lynbrook High School's homecoming court — seniors Laynie Kirsch, 17, Queen Angela Criscuolo, 16, and Brianna Piliouras, 17 — rode to the game in style on the back of a vintage convertible. (Oct. 12, 2013)

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Cheerleaders from the Lynbrook High School JV and
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Cheerleaders from the Lynbrook High School JV and Varsity squads brought energy to the homecoming parade with enthusiastic cheers. (Oct. 12, 2013)

The Lynbrook High School homecoming parade drove down
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The Lynbrook High School homecoming parade drove down Union Avenue past homes and local businesses. (Oct. 12, 2013)

Not to be outdone by upperclassmen, the Lynbrook
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Not to be outdone by upperclassmen, the Lynbrook High School freshmen made a loud appearance full of spirited chanting at the school's homecoming parade. (Oct. 12, 2013)

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