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WFHS Boys Track Team Takes First Overall at St. Anthony's Invitational

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Head Coach Ed Noll: Top-level varsity meet in which qualifying standards were very high.

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The William Floyd Colonials boys varsity track team.

Photo by: William Floyd School District

Mastic Beach, NY - May 10, 2017 - On Saturday, May 6, the William Floyd Colonials boys varsity track team competed at the St. Anthony’s Invitational, with more than 50 schools represented from Nassau, Suffolk, and the Catholic leagues. 
 
The Colonials finished first overall as a team led by outstanding performances from the following student-athletes: Nigel Green, 1st place in the 100 and 2nd place in the 200; Trevor and Tyler Wilkins, who finished 2nd and 4th in the triple jump, respectively; and the 4×100 team of Wilkins, Green, Wilkins, and James Taitt finished 2nd. 
 
According to head coach Ed Noll, it was a top-level varsity meet in which qualifying standards were very high. William Floyd also fielded several 9th and 10th graders including Rolando Banks, Zach Manns, Greg Lobalsamo, Anthony Auciello, Christian Banks and Michael Muir.