Lip Sync Battle was Bars!

Last night, TDP and Poetic Ramblings co-hosted the BHS second annual lip sync battle, and it was epic. That’s right. Epic. Students from all grade levels stood on stage, channeled famous performers, and battled for the glory of winning. Drawing from childhood favorites like Spongebob’s “This Grill is Not a Home” and Lemonade Mouth’s “Determinant,” performances hit the nostalgia notes hard and had audiences laughing down memory lane. A few more contemporary pieces made the stage as well. From impressive dance numbers punctuating KPop hits to perfectly choreographed Hamilton scenes, students brought their game to this year’s battle. With emcees Emily Campagna and Laura Prendergast keeping the show going, the event was a success. Thanks to all who came out and supported The Devils’ Playlist and Poetic Ramblings!

Though all performances were stellar, we had to name winners.

In FIRST PLACE, the champs for two years in a row: Leila Kiddu; Alexandria Floyd, Kellsee Lynch, Laura Prendergast, and Christina Charmant with their performance of “Non-Stop” from Hamilton.

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In SECOND PLACE: Saarim Shakaib, David Kolifrath, Seamus Bell with their performance of Michael Jackson’s “Beat It”

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Tied for THIRD PLACE: Grace Visco, Caroline O’Callaghan, Mia Campbell, Ivy Saltsman  for their performance of Hakuna Matata from The Lion King… AND…Ananya Gurjar, Nadia Zaganjori, Caitlin Shea, Sam Luecke, Bella Alessi with their performance of “The Mysterious Ticking Noise”Potter Puppet Pals

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Here’s a list of the other performances:

“Since You Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson: Margaret Forbush- 11th grade, Sarah Owens

“Greased Lightning” John Travolta: Mike Winters, Sean Hurley, Robby Griffin, Rishabh Prakash, Tommy Splagounias, and Luciano Székely Corsi

“Look What You Made Me Do” by Taylor Swift: Laura Harder, Kristen Harder 

“Blame it on the Boogie” by The Jacksons: Kristina Wolinski, Ashwini Shinde, Gati Aher, Akhila John

“Peekaboo”- Red Velvet: Cathy Chang, Rayna Parry, Kristen Harder

“Bella’s Finals” : Alyson Pinkham, Amy Deleo, Sydney Matai, Kaitlyn Marchese, Meghan McDonald, Maddy Metzdorf, Jessie Goober

“All I Want for Christmas is You” by Mariah Carey: Suzanna Samuel, Merna Seleman, Erica Carney

“Determinant” from Lemonade Mouth: Serina Khalifa, Sanjana Manghnani, Olivia Virgin, Amanda McCombs 

“This Grill is Not a Home” from Spongebob Squarepants: Nate Trofimow and Harry White (alum)

“Me Too” by Meghan Trainor: The BEST Counselors

“Bop to the Top” from High School Musical: Ms. Graham and Mrs. Janovitz

TDP Event: BHS Lip Sync Battle

We are teaming up with Poetic Ramblings to host the BHS Lip Sync Battle! Pull up your playlists and start searching for the perfect song to perform on stage. Grab your friends and break out some choreography. Encourage your teachers to sign up for the battle. What’s a school spirit week event without teacher participation? Get into the competitive spirit before heading to the pep rally. It’s going to be epic!

Date: Thursday, November 22nd

TIME: 7:00 – 9:00

Place: The BHS Auditorium

Cost: $5.00 (for participants and audience members)

Prize: $100.00 for the winning student performance. (Teachers will compete for glory.)


  • Participants must choose a song, and identify a one minute segment of that song to “perform” for the audience. Songs are subject to advisor approval.
  • Partner/Group performances are welcome (the more the merrier).
  • Costumes are not required, but they are encouraged.
  • Deadline for registration is Monday, November 14th.

REGISTER HERE: Lip Sync Sign Up.





We are happy to announce our very first THIS IS MY JAM! contest. To enter, submit the title of the song you consider your current jam, the artist/band who created it, and a brief explanation indicating why you chose it. For consideration, email all submissions to by Tuesday, November 5th. The winner will receive a $10 iTunes card AND the privilege of hearing his/her song over the loudspeaker on Friday, November 8th.