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Former Williston athlete Isaac Floyd killed in accident

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By Steve Jarboe

Isaac Floyd was a standout athlete at Williston High School, excelling in both basketball and football.
After graduation in 2010, he signed to play football at Coffeyville Community College in Kansas but an injury and subsequent surgery left him redshirted. He left the program and returned home.
A little after midnight Saturday, Floyd, 20, was killed when he lost control of the 2010 Mazda he was driving. His passenger Dorian Taylor, 18, was also killed, and two other passengers, Kevin Sketo Jr. and Kalen Penny, 22, were taken to Shands for incapacitating injuries.


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