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Under perfect circumstances the Scarsdale boys volleyball team would have won the Section 1 title for a third straight year and competed at states for a third straight year, perhaps improving with each appearance. COVID-19 and no state tournament when the Raiders won in the fall 2 of 2020-21…

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After narrowly missing the cut for the New York State championships in the Section 1 preliminaries, the Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington girls swim team had one more shot at qualifying for the big meet. They did not throw away their shot.

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The 2022 Scarsdale boys soccer team will play one more game this season — the New York State finals today, Sunday, Nov. 13, at 5:30 p.m. against McQuaid Jesuit. The Raiders punched their ticket with a 2-0 win over Cicero-North Syracuse the previous day.

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Following a 38-0 loss to Carmel in the Section 1 Class AA quarterfinals, the Scarsdale football team ended the season with a 26-21 loss to Suffern on Thursday, Nov. 3. The Raiders finished the season 4-5, losing three games by narrow margins.

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Before the 2021 season even started, the Scarsdale boys volleyball team had its ticket punched to states. However, a late-season injury to the best player in Section 1, senior Santiago Gomez, derailed the juggernaut and the Raiders lost to Suffern in the sectional semifinals.

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Athletic success runs in the family for the four multi-sport Franco sisters from Scarsdale. It all started in the fall of 2016 when Sophia, then a freshman, was part of the varsity field hockey team’s Section 1 champion/New York State finalist team. It continued with Olivia, who graduated la…

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Despite all of the success of her program both historically and recently, Scarsdale tennis coach Jennifer Roane was shocked to learn her team is on a 62-match winning streak dating back to the final match of the 2018 season. The last time Scarsdale lost was 4-3 to Rye on Oct. 1, 2018.

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The hardware keeps coming for the Scarsdale athletics program this fall. The girls tennis team repeated as New York State Division I team champions, the field hockey and boys soccer teams won the regional titles, the boys volleyball team won its second Section 1 Division I title and the girl…

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The Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington girls swim team made a statement at the League 1 Championships last weekend. After a 1-8 record in the top division, SHEDI leap-frogged White Plains, Fox Lane and Ursuline to take sixth of 10 teams.

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Despite being one of the most competitive teams in Section 1 each year, the Scarsdale girls soccer team played in its first full fall Section 1 tournament finals in school history since soccer moved from spring in 2005. Though the Raiders fell short with a 3-0 win as Arlington won its sixth …

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In what was one of the most clutch performances in school history, Scarsdale senior Maddie Greco helped the Raiders topple the Mamaroneck field hockey dynasty by scoring three goals — one down 1-0, one down 2-1 and the third in overtime — as the Raiders avenged last year’s 1-0 finals loss wi…

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The final scores speak for themselves: Carmel 38, Scarsdale 0 and Panas 49, Edgemont 6. That’s the way the playoffs ended for the local teams, for Scarsdale in the opening round of the Section 1 Class AA tournament, for Edgemont in the semifinals of the independent league bracket.

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Like last year, the Scarsdale girls tennis team was not challenged much in the first two rounds of the New York State Division I team tournament. With a 7-0 win over Ithaca and a 4-0 win over Monroe-Woodbury, the Raiders will head back to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens…

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Trailing 1-0 in the Section 1 Class B semifinals was unfamiliar territory for the Edgemont girls soccer team. Not only had the program not been in the semifinals since 2005, but in 16 previous games the team had only allowed 14 goals and had 10 shutouts, not often facing a deficit.

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Playoffs are win or go home. Port Chester took that to the next level in the independent football league quarterfinals at Edgemont when, with 1:25 left in the game and trailing 21-20, the Rams went for a two-point conversion. All of a sudden it was score or go home.

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Junior Ivy Boockvar spent the Section 1 Class AA quarterfinals with her foot in a boot on the sideline cheering her Scarsdale teammates to victory Monday, Oct. 24. Two days later she was heading the ball into the goal off a corner kick from senior Molly Klein to send the Raiders to the final…

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Though it didn’t happen as quickly as they would have liked, the Scarsdale girls field hockey team put two goals in against Arlington at the end of the first half en route to a 3-0 win in the Section 1 Class A field hockey quarterfinals.

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Everything for the Edgemont cross-country team is about approach, whether it’s to workouts, races, personal growth, community, returning for track and field or going on to another sport. The coaches have brought the new approach and the athletes have bought in.

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With an 11-0 record in Section 1, mostly against the newbie programs, and a win at the Clarkstown Tournament, the Scarsdale boys volleyball Raiders are as ready for sectionals as they’re going to be with five more matches left to play.

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With junior Nishka Daga made the Section 1 round of 16, while Brinda Roy and Olivia Jee fought hard in their freshman appearance in the singles tournament. The Edgemont trio made an impressive showing that will bode well in the future.

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With a 16-0 record, a second straight Section 1 team title and sending three singles players and three doubles teams to the Section 1 quarterfinals, Scarsdale girls tennis proved once again to be the most dominant force in the area. Now the team, along with the doubles team of senior Maya Cu…

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Even before the 1972 football season started, Coach Ron Bouchier told the Scarsdale Inquirer, “This could be my best team ever.” Two months later he knew for sure that he was right, even though, unlike the 1969 team, the 1972 team did not go undefeated. Instead they rebounded from a loss to …

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It’s not often where in five games through the football season a team has been part of four competitive games decided by nine points or fewer. When you’re 2-2 in those games, 3-2 overall, all you can think about is how you could be a perfect 5-0.