| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

The William Floyd Colonials and Commack Cougars both continued their undefeated seasons on Tuesday afternoon as each squad notched victories to reach the Suffolk County quarterfinals.

Floyd, the top-seed, ousted 17th seed Westhampton 7-0. The Colonials were led by Emily Fernandez, who beat Emma Bender 6-2, 6-0 at first singles to anchor the win for Floyd.

Up next for the top-seeds are eighth-seed Sayville who beat ninth-seed Port Jefferson 5-2 on Tuesday.

Commack, the second-seed, defeated 15th seed Bay Shore 5-2 to book its spot in the quarterfinals. The Cougars will take on seventh-seeded Harborfields next.

Harborfields edged Mattituck 4-3 in its second-round matchup on Tuesday.

The other quarterfinal matchups in Suffolk will see sixth-seed Easthampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson take on third-seeded Ward Melville, and fourth-seeded Half Hollow Hills East will host fifth-seeded Islip.