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The curtains have closed on the Scarsdale baseball team’s season following a first round playoff exit to No. 2 seed Ketcham on Saturday, marking not only the end of the careers for the seniors but the start of a new era for the returning players.

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All told, it wasn’t a bad season for Scarsdale softball with a 5-13 record and there is an incredibly bright future for coach Kevin Carrigan’s program. With 14 of 16 players returning next spring — 11 rising sophomores — Carrigan will have plenty of time to develop the players at the varsity level.

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From the atmosphere to the effort, Edgemont softball coach Larry Giustiniani left Edgemont’s postseason game — a 21-6 loss to Tappan Zee — with a sense of accomplishment. He credited the Tappan Zee administration, coaches and team, along with his own team, for making that possible.

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After two straight runner-up finishes in 2017 and 2018, the Scarsdale girls golf team now has two straight Section 1 team championships, having won in 2019 and this spring, as there was no season in 2020 due to COVID-19.

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With a monstrous doubles tennis bracket for all leagues and conferences in Section 1, reaching the round of 16 was the equivalent of qualifying for sectionals during a typical year. Two of the three Scarsdale teams made it that far, one all the way to the quarterfinals.

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With 11 players competing in the Section 1 singles and doubles tournaments, Edgemont had its full lineup represented. Two doubles teams made it deep into the draw, while many other teams and players were knocked out in competitive matches.

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One more win would give the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team its first-ever Section 1 championship in the sport.

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On the final day of the regular season, it all came together for the Edgemont girls lacrosse team. Though the team already had three wins to its credit, topping Blind Brook 10-9 after losing to Blind Brook 13-9 earlier in the season was the true sign of progress.

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Championship season began for the Scarsdale girls track team on May 20 when the Raiders hosted the League 1B championship meet. The girls, led by veteran seniors like Alexa Doyle and Yurami Van Eer, finished third of five teams, finishing sandwiched between New Rochelle and Ursuline in first…

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A seventh straight league title and another season of competitive crossover matches against the best teams in the section has Edgemont boys tennis set up well for postseason with the entire starting lineup qualifying, according to coach Mark Romney.

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After falling behind by one goal just seconds into the game and then two goals just a minute into the game, the Edgemont boys lacrosse team cruised the rest of the way en route to a 17-5 senior night win over Ardsley on Wednesday, the last night of the regular season.

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Following a dominant season that included league, section and state championships in 2019, it remained uncertain how the girls golf team would fare with a largely new cast beyond elite returning juniors Jackie Lu and Skye Braun.

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Edgemont girls golf coach Mitch Shapiro had never seen a bigger smile from senior Katie Asciutto than when she added up her score on the ninth green at Sunningdale on May 24. Asciutto shot a 47, which assured her a spot in the top 30 to qualify for the Section 1 championships.

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For a team that got a late start, almost didn’t get off the ground, got blown out in its first two games and then had to postpone two games and cancel another as it took a week to recover, the Edgemont boys lacrosse team came back with a vengeance by winning four straight games with its rost…

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The season highlights keep piling up for the 5-8 Edgemont baseball team. A day after getting no-hit by Rye, pitchers Jack McKillop and Michael Miele combined to no-hit Hastings and the team later won back-to-back one-run games against Ardsley with Alessio Paolucci putting the finishing touch…

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Though they let up more than five goals for the first time this season — six to Byram Hills in a 9-6 win — the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team continues to show it has the offensive firepower to match its already tenacious veteran defensive unit.

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After what looked like a hot start to the season with an intense win over Edgemont, the Scarsdale boys tennis team has endured some struggles against recent opponents Harrison and Mamaroneck. With only two seniors on the team, both sophomores when there was last a varsity season in 2019, gai…

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With only two seniors consistently in the starting lineup — Ryan Ho at first singles and Tyler Griffith at second doubles — and the Edgemont boys tennis team competing well against other top teams in Section 1, there is a reason to be excited about the program. In addition, the team is undef…

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After losing the first two games of the season by a wide margin, the Edgemont girls lacrosse team played its first competitive game in a 13-8 loss to Irvington, building toward wins in the next two games. Though the young team lost the next two after that, the Panthers believe they are build…

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In the midst of a worldwide pandemic, I never thought we’d find the comfort and happiness that my child yearned for — for an entire year — in youth tackle football. But now I know that sometimes the most wonderful blessings come from the least expected places.

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Nine friends, including four from Scarsdale, competed in the Zion National Park Ultra Marathon in Utah on Saturday and Sunday, April 10-11. The Ultra Marathon featured both a 100-mile run and a 100K (62-mile) run.

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While Art Bonifati was brought in to be a short-term replacement to lead the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team two years ago, the long-term replacement was right by his side. Assistant coach Kaitlin Nolan, after the two were unable to coach last spring due to the COVID-19 shutdown, was tasked th…

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There’s no denying Maddie Seltzer is the best girls diver ever to step on the board for Scarsdale High School, consistently breaking not only personal, but school records throughout her four years on the team. The only thing missing was a Section 1 — and possibly a state — championship.

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Six games, five or fewer goals allowed, six wins. The 6-0 Scarsdale boys lacrosse team is relying on stingy veteran defense, a multitude of young players on the goals/assists sheet and a sophomore goalie to start the season off among the best in Section 1.

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For the first time in her life, at age 41, Lindsay Gottlieb was “the other” in the room when she went from a 20-year coaching career in NCAA women’s college basketball to the NBA with the Cleveland Cavaliers two years ago as 1 of 7 female coaches in the league.