The Massapequa Chiefs brought their magic to Homecoming on Saturday, Sept. 20, taking the lead against Valley Stream Central and carrying it to the end, with a game winning victory of 61-0.
The win capped off a picture-perfect day filled with school spirit and pride, beginning with the Homecoming parade. The processional was led by Grand Marshal Susan Woodbury, former assistant superintendent for Secondary Education and a lifelong Massapequan whose career as an educator in the district spanned 30 years.
“I am proud to represent Massapequa as Grand Marshal. I’ve had a great career in a great community; it’s truly an honor,” said Woodbury, who was bearing a Grand Marshal sash and her class ring from 1968.
Walking with her down the streets of Massapequa amid cheering residents were Board of Education members and district officials, the Massapequa High School Marching Band, the Homecoming Court motorcade, floats representing different Broadway Shows, sports teams, clubs and elementary schools.
Fans donning school colors filled the stands to support the Chiefs and cheer them onto their outstanding win.
Special thanks go out to the Booster Club and members of the community for making the day a huge success!
See more pictures from Homecoming here.