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Bayport-Blue Point Gazette (Bayport, N.Y.) 2006-current, November 01, 2009, Image 1

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Bayport Blue Point Sports Beat BBPHS Athletic Hall Of Fame Introduces 2009 Inductees On Homecoming Day by Bob Falkenburgh On Saturday September 26th, 2009 the BBP school districts’ Assis- tant Superintendant of Personnel and Athletics, Mr. Timothy Mullins, in- troduced the newest members of the BBPHS Athletic Hall of Fame. This years group is the 2nd assemblage of inductees and included legendary BBP Athletic Director Bob Sullivan (1969-1991), versatile athlete Peter Knoepffler (Class of 1972), John Madden (Class of 1983), the 1197 State Champion Boys Track Team, and the LI Champions 1997 Softball Team. All of the worthy recipients were warmly greeted by an excited and enthusiastic crowd made up of family, friends, and former class- mates as the commemorative plaques Gazette PRSRT STD U.S. Postage PAID Bayport, NY Permit No. 9 November 2009 Bayport Blue Point A round T o w n School Two Towns One Community Bayport-Blue Point Students Immersed in History and Culture Bringing curriculum to life Bayport-Blue Point School District Elementary School students experienced “Journey into American Indian Territory.” Making the most of a full-day, in-house feld trip, students learned through visual pre - Uaian Bruno from the Arawak Taino tribe guided Bayport-Blue Point students as they created their own coil clay pots, which they personalized by engraving them with Native American symbolic designs. Bayport-Blue Point Class of 1972 graduate Peter Knoepffer accepts his plaque during halftime of the district’s Homecom- ing activities. Bayport-Blue Point Coming Together The Bayport-Blue Point School District hosted Homecoming weekend, uniting students, coaches, teachers, staff, administrators and community members for events flled with athletic competition, musical entertainment and student artwork. A districtwide Spirit Week concluded with a Pep Rally at James Wilson Young Middle School. Known as the “Home of the Bobcats,” the middle school gymnasium was transformed into a continueds on page 18 continueds on page 8 continueds on page 7 Football page 9 Look Inside BBP Field Hockey & Wrestling ..........3 FYI ...................................................................6 PC 101 .............................................................6 Around Town School ...............................7 BBP Sports Beat .......................................8 Around Town Spaces ...........................10 History ..........................................................17 Holidays at Meadow Croft.................18 Spy v Snoop ..............................................18 Expanded Sports Coverage Bob and Chris

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