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William Floyd Girls and Boys Varsity Soccer Teams Seek Playoff Berths

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Girls’ varsity currently holds a 4-2 league record (5-3 overall). Boys’ varsity currently has a 4-5 league record (4-5 overall).

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The William Floyd girls' varsity soccer team.

Photo by: William Floyd School District

Mastic Beach, NY - October 1, 2018 - Both the William Floyd girls’ and boys’ varsity soccer teams are in the middle of the playoff picture with each team vying for a playoff berth over the stretch run.
 
Girls’ varsity currently holds a 4-2 league record (5-3 overall). Led by head coach Kayleigh Sidaras along with senior goaltender Makayla Willets (23 career shutouts) and center forward Brianna Ditillo, the Colonials have so far notched victories over Port Jefferson, Riverhead, Longwood, Comsewogue and Bay Shore. They have outscored their opponents this season by a remarkable 29-7. The goal for Coach Sidaras and her team is to finish strong over these next five games, qualify for the playoffs and make some noise in the postseason.
 
Boys’ varsity currently has a 4-5 league record (4-5 overall). With wins over Sachem East, Longwood, Sachem North and Central Islip, Coach Paul Paniccia and his team will look to finish strong and qualify for a playoff spot for the fourth consecutive year. The boys have seven games remaining in their regular season.
 
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