Colonials Varsity Football head into playoffs on a high note

The defending Suffolk County Champion William Floyd Colonials varsity football team concluded their regular season with a 13-7 victory over the Northport Tigers, cementing themselves as the No. 2 seed in Suffolk Division I heading into the playoffs, earning themselves another Big 4 Championship in the process.

Colonials Varsity Football head into playoffs on a high note
The 2017 William Floyd Colonials varsity football team and their coaches.

Against Northport this past Saturday, Nick Silva and Mack Driver both scored on the ground as the defense swarmed and stuffed the Tigers’ offense holding them to just seven points. The Colonials finished with a 7-1 record outscoring their opponents 222-76 in the process. They now have the opportunity to host two playoff games – the first on Saturday, November 4, at 3 pm against No. 7 ranked Patchogue-Medford. There is no charge for tickets. The Colonials have won 10 Suffolk County titles and five Long Island Championships.

 

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