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Mount Sinai homecoming pep rally

The senior class sprays each other with silly

The senior class sprays each other with silly string during Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013) Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Mount Sinai High School crowned its homecoming king and queen and showed its school spirit during a pep rally on Sept. 27.

Tommy Armstrong, 17, and the senior boy's powder-puff
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Tommy Armstrong, 17, and the senior boy's powder-puff cheerleading group perform a comedic dance routine at Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Cheerleading team captain Alexa Signorile, 17, and senior
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Cheerleading team captain Alexa Signorile, 17, and senior Silvestro Crino, 17, were crowned queen and king at Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

The senior class pull out cans of silly
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

The senior class pull out cans of silly string and spray each other during Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

The senior class spray each other with silly
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

The senior class spray each other with silly string during Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Sam Kaplan, 16, and his fellow junior boys'
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Sam Kaplan, 16, and his fellow junior boys' powderpuff cheerleading group performed a comedic dance routine at Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Sam Kaplan, 16, and the junior boys' powderpuff
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Sam Kaplan, 16, and the junior boys' powderpuff cheerleading group performed a sarcastic and comedic dance routine at Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

The senior class spray each other with silly
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

The senior class spray each other with silly string during Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Cheerleaders watch as the senior boys' powderpuff cheerleading
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Cheerleaders watch as the senior boys' powderpuff cheerleading group performed a dance routine at Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Senior Silvestro Crino, 17, was crowned king at
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Senior Silvestro Crino, 17, was crowned king at Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Junior Arden LoRe, 16, performs with her fellow
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Junior Arden LoRe, 16, performs with her fellow cheerleaders during Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Junior Tina Batinovic, 16, left, senior Stephaney Ankelman,
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Junior Tina Batinovic, 16, left, senior Stephaney Ankelman, 17, and junior Danielle Runfola, 16, perform their routine during Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

The senior class sprays each other with silly
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

The senior class sprays each other with silly string during Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Devin Zacchino, 16, and the junior boys' powderpuff
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Devin Zacchino, 16, and the junior boys' powderpuff cheerleading group performed a sarcastic and comedic dance routine at Mount Sinai High School's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

Mount Sinai High School soccer players Daria Martorana,
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Mount Sinai High School soccer players Daria Martorana, 17, left, and Madison Dawson, 17, get ready to play powderpuff football at the school's homecoming pep rally.

The Mount Sinai High School Mustangs make their
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The Mount Sinai High School Mustangs make their way to the gym to celebrate the school's homecoming pep rally. (Sept. 27, 2013)

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