The Scarsdale Town Pool swim and dive team hosted the first day of the Westchester County Swim Conference championships Monday, Aug. 5. The host team had placed fifth in Westchester County the previous week, while Greenburgh Swim Team was fourth overall. Conferences continue this week at dif…
Super Hero Day was filled with games, races, prizes, bouncy castles, face painting and DJ music as residents cooled off on a hot day at the Scarsdale Municipal Pool on Saturday, August 3.
On Monday, July 8, the Greenburgh Swim Team hosted Wykagyl in its second meet of the season. Wykagyl had more depth on the day, winning the meet 182-168, despite strong swims by the home team.
It was a great day for the 91st annual Arthur Manor Fourth of July parade and picnic at Davis Park on Thursday, July 4. As usual Teegan Lee was there to lead the way in his Uncle Sam outfit, and Mike Keating was there to drive the antique fire truck as he took part in the parade for the 47th time.
It was a great night for fireworks. A large crowd gathered at the Scarsdale Municipal pool on Tuesday, July 2, for a spectacular show as the Westchester Band led by conductor Alan Hollander performed patriotic songs while fireworks filled the sky.
Scarsdale swim and dive opened up its return to Division 1 of the Westchester County Swim Conference with a 238-215 loss to host Larchmont Shore Club on July 1. Triple winners were 10-u Lori Jiang, 14-u Kevin Jiang and 17-u John Solie.
The Scarsdale 4x800 relay team of Daniel Asher, Eric Jacobson, David Matusz and Nico Bernard won the New York State championship Saturday at Middletown High in a time of 7:43.59, which is a new Westchester County record according to coach Richard Clark.
Scarsdale tennis doubles team Nikolay Sahakyan and Jason Shuler were crowned as state champions Saturday, June 1, at the National Tennis Center in Flushing, Queens. Sahakyan and Shuler finished the three-day state tournament with a thrilling three-set victory over their rivals from Mamaronec…
Scarsdale and Edgemont track and field athletes competed in the two-day state qualifier meet at Arlington High on Friday, May 31, and White Plains on Saturday, June 1.
The Scarsdale High senior class prom was held on Thursday, May 30. Senior class members gathered to pose for photographs before boarding buses to take them to their big night out at Glen Island Harbour Club.
It was a beautiful day as the Scarsdale American Legion Post 52 hosted the annual Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 27. After the parade Post 52 hosted a ceremony in the Memorial Garden to remember the real reason for the Memorial Day holiday in honor of those veterans who paid the ultimate…
Scarsdale track and field competed in the Section 1 Class A championships 5/23 at Arlington High School, while Edgemont competed in the Section 1 Class B championships 5/25 at Pearl River.
It was not your typical reunion as Scarsdale High School alumni gathered to rock and roll at Garcia's in Port Chester on May 11. Bands Skyfactor and Greetings from Anywhere performed and an alumni super jam closed out the show as alumni danced the night away.
Scarsdale and Edgemont boys tennis players qualified for the Section 1 Championships, which were held at Edgemont High School. In the end, the only locals left standing was the doubles team of Scarsdale senior Nikolay Sahakyan and freshman Jason Shuler, who won the doubles title.
Four Raiders qualified for the New York State tournament by placing in the top nine in the finals of the Section 1 championships at Fenway Golf Club on May 22. Qualifiers were Charlie Berridge, Stephen Lee, Andy Fan and Jay Allen.
Scarsdale and Edgemont girls competed in the Section 1 girls golf championships, with Scarsdale senior Kaitlyn Lee defending her title as Section 1 champion as she dominated to win the two-day tournament. Photos taken on the first day of the tournament at Centennial Golf Club.
The Scarsdale High senior class play production of "Bye, Bye, Birdie" was a big hit with two performances on May 18 and 19 in the high school auditorium.
It was a great day for a fair as all five elementary schools in Scarsdale hosted their annual fairs on May 11. Here are some examples from Heathcote and Quaker Ridge to show how much was had by kids and families all over town.
Scarsdale boys lacrosse hosted Lakeland/Panas in the Section 1 Class AA quarterfinals on Friday, May 17. The Raiders trailed 7-5 and rallied to tie it up before Lakeland/Panas scored a last minute goal to win 8-7. Scarsdale finished the season 13-4.
In a rematch of opening day, when Scarsdale topped Mahopac in girls lacrosse in overtime, Mahopac won 13-6 in the opening round of the Section 1 Class A quarterfinals.
For the second time late in the season, the Edgemont girls lacrosse team lost a tight battle to Irvington, this time in the Section 1 Class B opener at Edgemont. No 9 Irvington won 14-12 over No. 8 Edgemont, which finished the season 9-7.
On May 11, Scarsdale headed to Harrison to play the first two rounds of the Section 1 Team Tournament. The Raiders topped Nyack 6-1 in the opening round and Rye 7-0 in the quarterfinals despite missing key players who were at another major tournament.
On Wednesday, May 8, the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team held its annual Pink Game. This year was extra special as the team honored Marla Mehlman, the mother of senior Lizey Mehlman, with a fundraiser to benefit breast cancer research. Marla Mehlman lost a 10-year battle with breast cancer in …
Scarsdale improved to 5-8 with a 13-6 win over Nanuet. Chessy Greenwald scored six goals, while Sophia Franco netted three. Angela Hoey made 11 saves.
Rye Neck narrowly defeated Edgemont at Sunningdale on May 6 by a 229-230 score. Rye Neck got a 41 from Michael Murphy, while Edgemont was led by a 44 from Bradley Mellis.
Section 1's most dominant team, the Scarsdale Raiders, took on the rebuilding Edgemont Panthers at Sunningdale on April 30. It was a friendly match, the first for new Edgemont coach Mitch Shapiro, who started getting to know Scarsdale veteran coach Barney Foltman. On the course, Scarsdale wo…
Three local rivals faced off at Fenway Golf Club on April 29, with Scarsdale topping White Plains 196-236 and New Rochelle 196-288. Ben Schwartz shot a 38 to lead the Raiders as they improved to 6-0.
The Raiders held on for a 17-16 victory against Pleasantville after a wild game on April 18. Andrew Bernstein led the way with 7 goals for Scarsdale, while Sam Silverman made 15 saves in goal.
Edgemont girls lacrosse beat Ardsley 19-11 on April 12 at home. Peyton Welker scored six goals, Becca Klion, Ava Pizzurro and Sophie Scherr four each.