From the moment he accepted the position as head coach of the Maccabi USA youth men’s basketball team for the 14th Pan American Maccabi Games,…
The Scarsdale track and field team sent a pair of relays to New Balance Nationals in North Carolina last weekend. For the girls, it was the first time since 2014 that a team made the trek.
With the Section 1 team title already well in hand at Fenway Golf Club, the Scarsdale Raiders had one more mission ahead of them to cap off their perfect season. David Umansky, the final golfer to come in, needed to shoot at most a 40 in order to set a school record for best 9-hole round.
Nico Bernard had an important job as the anchor of Scarsdale’s 4x800-meter relay in the winter and spring. His goal was to cross the finish line before the opposing anchors, but despite being the team’s fastest leg, he could only achieve his objective if everyone on the team stepped up.
Nothing makes a six-hour bus ride home better than celebrating a championship. That’s what the Scarsdale girls golf team got to do this year after achieving so many records for the program, which started in 2007.
Though they didn’t get the Section 1 title they had hoped for over the winter, three Scarsdale ice hockey players got the next best thing. Seniors Ben Schwartz, Jack Brosgol and David Umansky helped the South Westchester Blackhawks under-18 team win the Tier 3 New York State Amateur Hockey A…
For the second straight year, the Golf Performance Center of Ridgefield, Connecticut, and a former local head golf club pro who is now exclusively a putting instructor, played a pivotal role in putting the two-man team together that would win the 48th Wilson Cup tournament at Scarsdale Golf Club.
Ten sectional qualifiers, six finalists, one state alternate and four state qualifiers — it was a record week for the Scarsdale boys golf team. And the scary part is this: “All four of them have a shot at winning it,” coach Andy Verboys said of the New York State Championships this weekend.
The Scarsdale softball team got everything it wanted out of the 2019 season. And then it wanted more.
With a decisive victory at Crossway Field two Sundays ago, the Scarsdale Youth Soccer Club PSG 12-and-under boys advanced to the New York State Cup finals for the second year in a row. With strong community support from the sidelines, coach Cole Penny, executive director of SYSC, had the boy…
It’s amazing what you can learn from picking random Scarsdale High School track and field team members who are doing well and chatting them up for a few minutes.
With 85 degree temperatures at the start of the junior varsity Westchester County Championship meet, followed by a downpour by the end, this bipolar weather signified that it was officially a “spring track” meet. Unfortunately, for the Edgemont Panthers it was also the last for most of the team.
Falling two goals shy of potentially hosting the first home playoff game in the program history, the Edgemont boys lacrosse team headed into the postseason with fire in its eyes.
The third time was not a charm for the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team.
“Historic” is an oft-used word when it comes to Scarsdale High School golf. To describe what the girls and boys teams have achieved this spring, we’re going to need another word, so let’s go with “unprecedented.”
Coming into one of the tougher games on the schedule, the Edgemont boys lacrosse team went into the Rye game expecting to put up a fight. Despite league powerhouse Rye being able to utilize their seasoned lineup, the Panthers stood tall and did not back down.
The pitchers have been pitching, the defense defending and the hitters hitting. By stranding fewer runners on base, the Scarsdale baseball team hopes to bring the total package when sectionals kicks off.
Mired in a three-game losing streak, the Edgemont girls lacrosse team was able to come out strong in its final week of regular season play, sealing off a decisive 15-7 victory over Croton to snap the skid.
In a trio of matches, 9-4 Edgemont boys tennis swept all 12 doubles matches, dropping only two singles matches to Bronxville along the way.
Hope Walker, Sam Hausman and Kayla Song are tearing it up at the plate. That, combined with Hausman stepping up her game in the circle and the team fielding the ball better than ever, the Raiders find themselves winning games against and being competitive with some of the top teams in the area.
Spending four years at shortstop for the Edgemont softball team, Sasha Hirschheimer has seen a lot of change around her. As one of the few constants, Hirschheimer has been doing her best to make it business as usual no matter who is to her right or left or front or back.
Through nine matches, the Edgemont boys golf team has been consistent, compiling six scores between 230-235, three between 239-244. While the consistency bodes well for the future, the Panthers haven’t been able to lower their scores in order to compete in matches.