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Seniors Zach Keck, 17, and his girlfriend Siarra (Credit: Brittany Wait)

Seniors Zach Keck, 17, and his girlfriend Siarra Fiol, 17, were presented for the second time as homecoming king and queen during the homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Sachem North High School homecoming

Sachem North High School celebrated its homecoming weekend with a superhero theme.

Seniors Sunja Joseph, 17, left, and Erin Schreck,
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Seniors Sunja Joseph, 17, left, and Erin Schreck, 17, both of Ronkonkoma, wore Superman tees made specifically for Sachem North High School's homecoming game in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Sachem North Arrowettes perform during halftime at their
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Sachem North Arrowettes perform during halftime at their school's homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Seniors Marc Richer, 17, of Nesconset, left, and
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Seniors Marc Richer, 17, of Nesconset, left, and James Novak, 17, of Holbrook, cheered on their school's team at Sachem North High School's homecoming game in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

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Varsity cheerleaders perform during halftime at their school's
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Varsity cheerleaders perform during halftime at their school's homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Seniors Nahiyan Khan, 17, left, Jasmine Lam, 16,
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Seniors Nahiyan Khan, 17, left, Jasmine Lam, 16, Danielle Paynter, 17, and Zoe White, 17, cheered on their football team during the homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Seniors Zach Keck, 17, and his girlfriend Siarra
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Seniors Zach Keck, 17, and his girlfriend Siarra Fiol, 17, were presented for the second time as homecoming king and queen during the homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Because his school's spirit week theme was superheroes,
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Because his school's spirit week theme was superheroes, junior Patrick Lavan, 16, of Holbrook, wore a batman mask and cape during Sachem North High School's homecoming game in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Clad in Superman T-shirts, Indian feathers and black
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Clad in Superman T-shirts, Indian feathers and black and gold war paint, students pack the stands cheering on their football team during the homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

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Juniors Sam Valle, 16, left, and twins Christian
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Juniors Sam Valle, 16, left, and twins Christian Rodriguez, 16, and Danny Rodriguez, 16, all of Holbrook, cheered for their football team during the homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

Junior Keith McCoy, 17, who was made homecoming
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Junior Keith McCoy, 17, who was made homecoming court jester, lifted up homecoming queen Siarra Fiol, 17, during halftime of the homecoming game at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma. (Oct. 11, 2013)

#Sachem #Varsity #Cheerleaders start celebrate during Sachem North's
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#Sachem #Varsity #Cheerleaders start celebrate during Sachem North's #Homecoming game vs #Commack #lihomecoming

The #SachemNorth HS #football team stand for the
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The #SachemNorth HS #football team stand for the National Anthem prior to their #LIhomecoming game vs #commack #NewsdayHS

Sophomores Rebecca Amadeo, 14, left, and Kira Audia,
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Sophomores Rebecca Amadeo, 14, left, and Kira Audia, 14, both of #Holbrook, wear #blackandyellow war paint during #sachemnorth #lihomecoming

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