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William Floyd Boys Varsity Soccer Wins Summer League Championship

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The William Floyd boys varsity soccer team recently clinched the championship in the Town of Brookhaven’s Summer Soccer League.

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William Floyd School District's summer soccer champions.

Photo by: WFSD.

Coram, NY - August 8, 2016 - The William Floyd boys varsity soccer team recently clinched the championship in the Town of Brookhaven’s Summer Soccer League in which they finished with a 12-1 record and won the entire league with victories over Sachem North in the large school championship game and a shutout victory over John Glenn in the large school vs. small school championship game two days later.

The team, led by head coach Paul Paniccia, finished with an 8-1 regular season record with an impressive 24 goals scored and just six allowed, followed by a masterful playoff run in which they won four straight to secure the title, scoring 14 goals and allowing just six. Between the regular season and the playoffs, the team also recorded six shutouts. This summer championship comes on the heels of the best season in the program’s history, in which the boys varsity Colonials secured a playoff berth for the first time in 24 years and also won their first playoff game ever with a 2-0 shutout over Newfield High School. 

Congratulations to Coach Paniccia and members of the coaching staff Mike Cordaro, Jeff Cronk and Matt Schnauder; as well as the entire team including Zanetti Alberick, Elvin Carranza, Jared Collins, Joseph Ditillo, Gio Fiore, Alex Hart, Travis Knoppert, Anthony Lipp, Gabe Lizana, Ethan Loarca, Danny Lombardo, Evan Meinke, Danny Moya, Chris Muchow, Sebastian Paniccia, Nick Pantelidis, Kevin Rivera, Jacob Rodriguez, Gavin Samuelsen and Kevin Stirber.