Homecoming 2019

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Phantom Pride was on full display as Bayport-Blue Point School District residents of all ages joined together for the annual homecoming celebration on Sept. 21. 

To begin the day’s festivities, the district hosted an induction ceremony at Bayport-Blue Point High School to recognize former athletes and athletic contributors whose names and photographs have been added to the school’s Hall of Fame. The district congratulates coach Chris Burke, Jim Clark (’88), Kylie Cremer (’08), Christian Cremer (’10) and Bob Drzal (’65) for all of their successes and contributions to the athletic program.  

Prior to the start of the big game against the Greenport/Southold/Mattituck football team, students, families and community residents lined the streets leading up to Bayport-Blue Point High School and the surrounding area to celebrate the annual homecoming parade. As the student-athletes, cheerleaders, musicians and homecoming royalty made their way down the parade route, candy was tossed out of car windows for the younger students and roars of loud cheers for the home team rang out loud. 

With the sun shining brightly, the Bayport-Blue Point High School varsity football team was geared up and ready to face off against the visitors for their first home game of the season. The Phantoms played an incredible game throughout, and secured a homecoming win, as they defeated the visitors by a final score of 57-0.  

During the halftime ceremony, the junior class was named winner of the float contest with their excellent portrayal of the fall season, which was in line with this year’s theme of “Seasons of the Year.” Additionally, seniors Dominic Bonifazio and Andrew Shiebler were named homecoming co-kings, while senior Megan Brockbank was named homecoming queen.