football player scoring a touchdown holding up ball


The William Floyd School District Athletic Department provides interscholastic athletic opportunities for male and female students in grades seven through 12. The athletic program fields 64 teams in 18 different sports with more than 1,000 students participating in the program at the middle school and high school levels. The athletic program supports the academic mission of our school district and serves as an extension of our educational program. Through our athletic program, students will learn teamwork, sportsmanship, being a gracious winner and loser, hard work, self-discipline, self-confidence and the skills necessary to handle competitive situations. Student-athletes will also acquire the skills and knowledge to live healthy lifestyles through their continued sports participation. There are three sport seasons, during the fall, winter and spring seasons, in which student-athletes have the opportunity to compete. Equal opportunities for participation are available for both male and female athletes during each of the seasons.

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Athletics News

the WF varsity tennis team and Coach Dave Pia

The William Floyd High School girls’ varsity tennis team, under the leadership of two-time USTA Coach of the Year Dave Pia, are having themselves another great season! On Sunday, the Colonials recorded their 10th victory of the season! This big win came against previously unbeaten Westhampton, who were ranked as the top team in Suffolk County. The girls battled their way to a 4-3 victory, led by strong doubles play.

collage of the top fall athletes selected by Newsday

Newsday has released their “Top Player” lists in the various varsity fall sports and William Floyd is well-represented with six featured student-athletes. The Colonials have three student-athletes representing football, one representing girls’ soccer, one representing girls’ tennis and one representing girls’ cross country.