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2013 Mineola homecoming parade

Mineola High School principal Ed Escobar caught a

Mineola High School principal Ed Escobar caught a picture of homecoming king Leo Gorry and queen Kathryn Priolo, and made sure to tweet it with the hashtag #LIHomecoming. (Sept. 21, 2013) Photo Credit: TwitPic by Ed Escobar

The Mineola community turned out for the 32nd annual Mineola High School homecoming parade and football game, despite pouring rain.

Siblings Anthony & Julianna - the Captain and
Photo Credit: TwitPic by @EdTEscobar

Siblings Anthony & Julianna - the Captain and Princess at #Mineola's #LIHomecoming @NewsdayTowns

Mineola's floats now

Despite the rain, Mineola High School's homecoming princesses
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Despite the rain, Mineola High School's homecoming princesses junior Julianne Caruso, left, sophomore Megan LaFaye and freshman Anne Cripps, head to Hampton Stadium for the Mustangs' homecoming football game. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Members of the woodwind and the brass section
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

Members of the woodwind and the brass section of the Mineola Mustangs Marching Band warm up before their 32nd annual homecoming parade and game. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Mineola High School's homecoming king, senior Leo Gorry,
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

Mineola High School's homecoming king, senior Leo Gorry, played in 32nd annual homecoming football game at Hampton Stadium. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Mineola High School Principal Ed Escobar and homecoming
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Mineola High School Principal Ed Escobar and homecoming queen Kathryn Priolo pose in front of the royal "Mustang" chariot at Mineola's 32nd annual homecoming football game at Hampton Stadium. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Anthony Caruso and his sister, homecoming princess Julianne,
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

Anthony Caruso and his sister, homecoming princess Julianne, stop for a smile at Mineola High School's 32nd annual homecoming football game at Hampton Stadium. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Mineola's princesses now

Mineola High School homecoming queen Katheryn Priolo, left,
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

Mineola High School homecoming queen Katheryn Priolo, left, poses with homecoming princesses junior Julianne Caruso, sophomore Megan LaFaye and freshman Anne Cripps. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Mineola's school spirit now

Mineola High School seniors drive in the homecoming
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

Mineola High School seniors drive in the homecoming parade route in their own cars. Some said they had looked forward to riding behind the royal chariot in the parade since they were in first grade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Members of the Mineola Mustangs Marching make their
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

Members of the Mineola Mustangs Marching make their way to Hampton Stadium for the annual high school homecoming game. (Sept. 21, 2013)

The pouring rain did not stop Mineola residents
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

The pouring rain did not stop Mineola residents from celebrating their 32nd annual high school homecoming parade and game. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Mineola royalty now

Mineola High School principal Ed Escobar caught a
Photo Credit: TwitPic by Ed Escobar

Mineola High School principal Ed Escobar caught a picture of homecoming king Leo Gorry and queen Kathryn Priolo, and made sure to tweet it with the hashtag #LIHomecoming. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Mineola High School principal Ed Escobar and homecoming
Photo Credit: Chelsea Katz

Mineola High School principal Ed Escobar and homecoming queen Kathryn Priolo pose in front of the Mustang chariot she rode in during the parade. (Sept. 21, 2013.)

Mineola's school spirit now

Mineola High School seniors ride in their homecoming
Photo Credit: Instagram user chelsea_j_katz

Mineola High School seniors ride in their homecoming parade.

Mineola marching band now

The rain doesn't stop the Mineola Mustangs Marching
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The rain doesn't stop the Mineola Mustangs Marching Band from performing in their school's 32nd annual homecoming parade on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013.

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