The Locust Valley High School Varsity Football team defeated Oyster Bay High School 40-7 during a celebratory homecoming game. While the falcons provided a reason to cheer, the entire school community had homecoming spirit that helped drive the players to a victory on the field. A week of events leading up to Homecoming helped to get students, staff and parents in the spirit!

With a police and fire truck escort, high school students paraded their floats through Bayville and Locust Valley letting the community know that Locust Valley High School homecoming was here. Using a Hollywood theme, the floats exhibited incredible creativity from the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. In the end, it was the freshmen that took home the award for best float. The overall spirit award went to the seniors.

At halftime, the crowd cheered on the cheerleaders and kickline as each team performed incredible feats of agility and kept the crowd roaring for the Falcons. The Athletic Council also presented special awards during halftime. Crowned as freshman prince and princess were Jeremeyer Medina and Kayla Strigaro; sophomore prince and princess, Eduard Garcia and Jessica Keschl; and junior prince and princess, Louis Evangelista and Kimberly Neal.  Seniors John Piscitello and Preston Tansill were crowned Homecoming Queen and King.  

Spirit week at individual schools leading up to Homecoming, provided opportunities for students to dress for the theme of the day … Hollywood day, pajama day, jersey day, and more, added to the fun from Kindergarten through grade 12.

Parent volunteers provided sandwiches, chips and drinks for attendees before the start of the game. Special thanks to these parents and all those who helped to make Homecoming a huge success!