Edgemont had five Section 1 Division 2 wrestling finalists, with Sander Miller coming through for a victory in the finals. As a team, the Panthers placed second to Pleasantville.
The Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington boys swim and dive team placed second in Section 1 to Horace Greeley. Edgemont's Christian Lee won a pair of titles, while Akira Lomvardas and Justin Wong also qualified for states.
The Scarsdale boys swim and dive team placed fourth in Section 1. In addition to past state qualifiers Justin DiSanto and Brendan Lee, the Raiders will also send Winick Rubin, Drew Hill, Liam Campbell Aidan Lee and David Zoota for the first time this year, qualifying all three relay teams.
The Raiders and Panthers competed at Hunter Mountain on Monday, Feb. 10. Scarsdale's Hayden Claussen qualified for the New York State Championships.
In an intense game that was tied 17-17 at halftime, visiting Mamaroneck won the second half en route to a 39-29 win over Scarsdale on Feb. 12. The Raiders dropped to 5-15 and will host No. 17 John Jay-East Fishkill in a Class AA outbracket game Saturday, Feb. 15, at 3 p.m. Scarsdale is the N…
The Scarsdale girls basketball team ended the regular season with a convincing 73-34 win over Mamaroneck on the road. Kayla Maroney led the Raiders with 26 points. Scarsdale finished 7-13. As the No. 13 seed in Class AA, the Raiders travel to No. 4 Albertus Magnus on Feb. 22 at 5 p.m. for th…
On senior night, the Edgemont boys basketball team picked up its fifth win of the season against Keio, 51-37. Senior Zach Stern led the way with 18 points, but no shot was more exciting than the three-pointer senior team manager Aryan Daga drained in the fourth quarter in his varsity debut.
En route to winning their third girls basketball league title in a row, the Edgemont Panthers topped Rye Neck 60-53 on Feb. 5. The Panthers had four scorers in double digits for the first time in a long time: Rachel Bortstein 15, Alexis Chan 15, Ava Pizzurro 14 and Sammi Ackerman 11
Despite key injuries and one top gymnast being a meet shy of qualifying for postseason, the Scarsdale gymnastics team brought a large, talented group to divisionals and also competed as a team. Charlotte Bonanno qualified for sectionals as an all-around, while Adrianna Cha made it for beam a…
AHEDI was a close second to Horace Greeley at the Section 1 Conference 1 swim championships at North Rockland Feb. 1. It came down to the final relay, where Greeley took the title. Scarsdale was much improved from last year and took third place. Sectionals are Feb. 10-11 at Felix Festa Middl…
The Spelling Bee is back as the Friends of the Scarsdale Library hosted it's fundraiser spelling bee at the Scarsdale High School, Friday, January 31. A large crowd turned out to watch 19 teams compete. The final round took a long time to complete as the contestants were up to the challenge …
The AHEDI — Ardsley, Hastings, Edgemont, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington — boys swim and dive team wrapped up an undefeated regular season League 1 title with a 91-71 win over Byram Hills/Briarcliff/Pleasantville/Valhalla/Westlake on Jan. 27. AHEDI finished the season 9-0 and goes into this weekend's…
Both Scarsdale and Edgemont High competed in the Westchester County indoor track and field championships that were held Friday night, January 24, at the Armory in New York City. The Scarsdale boys' team finished third in the team scoring, while the Raider girls' were seventh among the 39 sch…
In the absence of point guard Matt Lipsay, who was out with the flu, the Scarsdale boys basketball team was able to hold off Valhalla for a 55-53 win Jan. 21. With Jayshen Saigal, who scored 17 points, handling the ball, Jacob Smith stepped up to score 23 points. Levi Ring and Dennis Alter a…
It was an emotional day for the Scarsdale girls basketball team as Maeve Jacobson returned to the lineup after the death of her mother, Tara Keane Jacobson a week earlier. There was a moment of silence in her memory prior to the game. With family, friends and teammates there to support her, …
In the eighth meet of the season for both teams, Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington topped Scarsdale 102-83 at Westchester Community College on Wednesday, Jan. 15. AHEDI improved to 8-0, while Scarsdale fell to 5-3.
After a long break, the Scarsdale Raiders got back onto the ice Saturday, Jan. 11, at Ebersole to take on Rye Town/Harrison. Scarsdale won 6-1 as Josh Bock led the team with four assists.
The Edgemont boys basketball team held on for a thrilling 58-54 home win against Rye Neck on Friday, Jan. 10. Zach Stern led the charge in a team effort where the role players made a major impact.
On Tuesday, Jan. 7, the Scarsdale and Edgemont gymnastics teams headed to Ossining. The road warrior Raiders and Panthers had many highlights at the meet, including a team win for Scarsdale (146.55) and the top all-around score by Edgemont's Sofia Gilbert (32.15).
The Westchester Reform Temple held a menorah lighting on Friday for the sixth night of Hanukkah. Rabbi Jonathan Blake lit a 10-foot Hanukkah menorah outside the temple while adjunct cantor Mia Fram Davidson led the congregation in songs and hot chocolate was served. Before the Shabbat servic…
The Scarsdale boys basketball team participated in the Slam Dunk challenge tournament at the Westchester County Center on Saturday, December 21, falling to Mount St. Michael 60-52.
After falling behind 2-0 in the first period, the Scarsdale varsity ice hockey team rallied back for a 3-2 victory on the road over Horace Greeley, Friday, December 20, at the Brewster Ice Arena.
Scarsdale ice hockey came in the underdog against one of the top teams in Section 1 and came away with a 3-2 home loss on Dec. 18 at Murrays. The Raiders got goals from Sam Horner and Josh Bock and 30 saves from Ethan Fehrenbaker.
Edgemont has had a difficult start to the season, despite some close games early on. The Panthers dropped to 1-6 with a 69-40 loss to Pelham on Dec. 16.
The Scarsdale boys basketball team suffered a couple of tough losses at the Harrison Tournament. On Dec. 12, the Raiders fell 74-40 to White Plains. Two days later they lost to the host team 73-50. Scarsdale is now 2-3.
The Scarsdale and Edgemont gymnastics teams both competed against Brewster at B&C Gymnastics on Thursday, December 12. For Edgemont it was the first meet since the Panthers restarted the program this winter.
The annual Habitat for Humanity gingerbread house event was a big hit as the Scarsdale High School cafeteria was filled with families and kids making colorful gingerbread houses on Friday, December 13.
The AHEDI boys swim team is off to a fast start. The team of swimmers from Ardsley, Hastings, Edgemont, Dobbs Ferry and Irvington turned in an impressive performance at home on Monday for a victory over Arlington.
Kids lined up to greet Santa Claus as he came to Scarsdale High School for the Scarsdale Parks and Recreation Department's annual Breakfast with Santa event held on Saturday, December 7, at the Scarsdale High School cafeteria.
Light the Dale was a big hit as a large crowd gathered to see the tree lit up at Boniface Circle for the holiday season. Santa arrived by fire truck thanks to a lift from the Scarsdale Fire Department. There were food trucks, arts and crafts booths, and Mayor Marc Samwick flipped the switch …
The Raiders opened the season in their home Maroon & White Kari Pizzitola Memorial Holiday Basketball Tournament on Dec. 5. New Rochelle prevailed 62-37 to advance to the finals.
The Scarsdale girls basketball team opened up the season at home against Harry S. Truman HS in the first round of the 2019 Maroon & White Kari Pizzitola Holiday Basketball Tournament on Dec. 5. The Raiders lost 48-39. Kayla Maroney led Scarsdale with 11 points.
Edgemont traveled to Briarcliff on Dec. 3 for the season opener and fell 63-33 to the home team. The Panthers were led by 11 points from Brandon Caceres.
The Scarsdale High School drama club delighted audiences this weekend with a colorful performance of the play Cinderella at the high school Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington girls swim team won its second straight Section 1 team title on Tuesday. SHEDI won the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays, while Irvington's Ava Franks took two individual titles. Edgemont will be well-represented at states.
The Scarsdale boys' varsity volleyball team advanced to the Section 1 championships Friday, 11/1, at Pace University. The Raiders won the first game of the match, but defending champion Suffern won the next three to claim the title.
The Scarsdale High School senior class showed a lot of spirit with colorful costumes as they were able to enjoy their Halloween breakfast before the rains came Thursday morning, 10/31.
The Scarsdale boys cross-country team won its sixth straight league title at Van Cortlandt Park on Oct. 29. This was fresh off winning the Westchester County championship for the second straight year, while the girls finished an impressive third at the meet.
The No. 3 Scarsdale field hockey team completed a 13-3-2 season with a Section 1 Class A 5-1 win over No. 6 White Plains and a 2-0 semifinals loss to No. 2 Mamaroneck.
After a 3-0 win over No. 13 Westlake, the No. 4 Edgemont boys soccer team hosted No. 5 Albertus Magnus in the Section 1 Class B quarterfinals. Magnus escaped with a 1-0 win. The Panthers finished the season 12-4-1.