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.
No. 6 Scarsdale traveled to No. 3 Spring Valley for the Section 1 Class AA quarterfinals Friday, Oct. 25. Despite a 6-0 lead for the Raiders and a 6-6 halftime score, Spring Valley took control of the game in the second half en route to a 34-6 finale. The Raiders were 5-2 in the regular seas…
No. 11 Mahopac girls volleyball avenged a 3-2 regular season loss to No. 6 Scarsdale with a 3-1 road victory in the opening round of the Section 1 Class AA tournament on Friday, Oct. 25. Scarsdale senior Magan Chin picked up her 1,000th career kill. The Raiders finished the season 11-6.
Powerhouse Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington won handily over Scarsdale on Oct. 16, despite the 90-85 final score as scoring was stopped with a few events left to swim. Both teams were on their game and Scarsdale qualified all three relay teams for states at the meet, while SHEDI add…
The Raiders did it! On Oct. 19, the host team topped Mamaroneck 1-0 on the final day of the regular season with a goal by Roman Tirabassi off a free kick by Zach Medvinsky.
The Raiders made the playoffs with a home 27-12 win over rival Mamaroneck in the seventh week of the season. Scarsdale improved to 5-2 and travels to Spring Valley Friday at 7 p.m. for the first round of sectionals.
Edgemont boys soccer tied Blind Brook 4-4, with no overtime due to darkness, on Oct. 18. Blind Brook went up 2-0, Edgemont 4-2, but Blind Brook also stormed back. The next day, the Panthers topped Rye Neck 2-1 to win a share of the league title with Bronxville.
Edgemont girls tennis won a league title and was the No. 5 seed in the Section 1 team tournament. The Panthers topped Suffern in the first round 6-1 before falling to No. 4 Harrison in the quarterfinals 4-1.
The Scarsdale varsity field hockey team won a thrilling victory over arch rival Mamaroneck on Saturday at home. Sophie Carroll scored and the defense held on for a shut out as the Raiders won 1-0. Mamaroneck defeated Scarsdale earlier in the season and the two teams could meet again in the u…
The Scarsdale PRC and Weinberg Nature Center hosted the annual Scarecrow Festival at the Scarsdale pool complex on Oct. 5. There were animal shows, music, face painting, naturalist-led activities, pumpkin decorating and scarecrow making.
Scarsdale field hockey had another battle, this time against John Jay-Cross River on Oct. 7. The Raiders and Indians ended the game in a 3-3 draw. Scarsdale had two goals from Liz Scarcella, one from Sophie Carroll. Angela Hoey made six saves in goal. The Raiders are 9-2-1.
Scarsdale's annual cross-country invitational at Croton Point Park was a success on Friday, Oct. 4. Edgemont was among the competing teams at the event.
The 2019 Concours d'Elegance was once again a big hit as car fans from all over gathered in downtown Scarsdale on Sunday, October 6, for an up close view of exotic cars old and new from collectors around the tri-state area.
The Boulder Brook Equestrian Center on Mamaroneck Avenue has been a fun place for horse lovers in Scarsdale to ride for more than 90 years.
After suffering a tough loss on the road against rival Mamaroneck on Thursday night, 9/26, the Scarsdale varsity field hockey team rebounded with an impressive win Saturday on the road at Ursuline.
The Edgemont Panthers varsity football team dominated from start to finish with a 35-0 victory at home over Hastings under the lights at Blandford Field Friday night, September 27. The Panthers remained undefeated as Edgemont improved to 3-0 on the season.
After tying Horace Greeley 1-1 in overtime in the second game of the season, the Scarsdale boys soccer team built off the momentum gained with a 2-1 win over White Plains by topping Greeley 2-0 on Sept. 19. Zach Medvinsky and Esteban Rudloff scored assisted by Alfie Mrijaj and Ben Rubin.
On Monday, Sept. 16, the Scarsdale girls tennis team hosted crosstown rival Edgemont. For the home Raiders it was a 7-0 sweep, the fourth such sweep in four matches so far this season, while the visiting Panthers fell to 2-2. The competition was solid, most notably in the first singles match…
Suffern held on to a 1-0 win over Scarsdale girls soccer at Butler Field on Sept. 16. Scarsdale senior Sophia Caione had a big penalty kick save in the first half, but the Raiders struggled to get the offense going. It was the fourth time in five games that 1-4 Scarsdale was shutout.
Edgemont girls soccer headed to North Salem on Sept. 12. The home team won 4-1. Edgemont's goal as scored by Natalia Hoffman. Goalie Sharika Kaul had 12 saves.
One day before making the finals of their home tournament, the Scarsdale Raiders hosted Ossining on Sept. 13. Ossining took the match 3-0, Scarsdale's first loss of the regular season. With a win against New Rochelle on Sept. 17, Scarsdale improved to 5-1.
The first Scarsdale Music Festival was a big hit as rock and roll filled the air in downtown Scarsdale on Saturday, 9/14. A total of seven bands took the stage to entertain the large crowd for a fun day of music, food and friends.
Edgemont boys soccer outscored opponents 9-2 in the first two games of the season after moving to a new formation. Zach Stern has six goals so far this season, including four in a 6-1 win over North Salem on Sept. 10.
The Edgemont girls tennis team rebounded from a 5-2 loss to Rye by defeating league rival Hastings 7-0 on Sept. 10. The Panthers feature a veteran lineup led by Olga Lew-Kiedrowska, Dani Friedman, Alexis Chan, Iris Lin and Ariella Zagorsky.
The town of Greenburgh 9-11 remembrance tribute drew a large crowd to Richard Presser Park in Hartsdale Wednesday, Sept. 11. New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins spoke about how she remembered the details of Sept. 11, 2001. Westchester County Executive George Latimer …
Dozens of dignitaries, including Scarsdale Mayor Marc Samwick and Trustee Seth Ross, joined first responders and local clergy at Scarsdale Police Department headquarters on Post Road Sept. 11 at 8:45 a.m. to pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice on Sept. 11, 2001, and to say t…
Scarsdale boys volleyball hosted a season-opening tournament for the third year in a row. This year two teams from Long Island participated as coach Jim Williams tries to grow the tournament and the sport each fall. The Raiders used a balanced team concept to knock off some rivals they will …
The Scarsdale Recreation Department held a Youth Sports Jamboree Saturday, Sept. 7, to showcase the various programs available in the village and give kids a chance to test their skills.