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Zaza Aslanian knows to treat every game like it could be the last one of the season. Playing with her typical hard-nosed intensity, Aslanian led the Edgemont field hockey team to a 3-2 opening day/senior night victory Tuesday, Oct. 13.

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Hey, you. Yeah, you. All of you. We haven’t really spoken in a while. At least not in a sports section. Man, a lot’s changed for sure. Late last month I started covering a generation of athletes whose faces I may never recognize unless at some point soon we’re no longer wearing masks everywh…

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Jennifer Wandle made it through four days of practice as the new Edgemont girls lacrosse coach last spring when the beginnings of the COVID-19 pandemic closed down schools, which did not reopen until last month. If all goes well on Tuesday, Oct. 13, Wandle will have made it through the entir…

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Being local has it perks. Though it came with a 6:50 a.m. tee time, Scarsdale’s Brandon Wu was chosen to take the first shot off the first tee of the 120th U.S. Open Championship at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, just a few miles from his parents’ house.

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They say you can play competitive amateur golf at any age if you have a repetitive swing that works for you and puts birdies, pars and an occasional eagle on the scorecard. 

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While the opening of schools in New York State essentially comes down to three options — in-person, distance learning or a hybrid — the possibilities for interscholastic athletics are much more complex. If there are sports at all, athletic departments will be scrambling no matter what.

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July 6 is the target date for some youth sports to return to the Mid-Hudson Region as part of the New York Forward rollout. While “lower risk” sports as defined by the state like tennis and golf are already permitted, “moderate risk” sports will be permitted now that the region is in phase 3.

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While local parks and trails have been open and golf courses were open, then closed, then open again, the Scarsdale Parks and Recreation Department was finally able to open up one of its own facilities Friday, May 22.

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“The puck stops here” was Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont goalie J.P. Rosabella’s modus operandi during the first three games and nearly two periods of the finals of sectionals. He’d allowed six goals in the first three wins, but in the finals it wasn’t that he couldn’t stop the puc…

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Making a team believe isn’t an easy thing for a coach to do, especially after a difficult season on and off the court. But when the Scarsdale girls basketball team, the No. 13 seed, went up 18-11 on No. 4 Albertus Magnus in the first round of the Section 1 Class AA tournament, no one believe…

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The Scarsdale ice hockey team made a reservation for a trip to the Section 1 Division 1 semifinals. On Tuesday, Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont cancelled the reservation and made one of its own.

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Dylan Johns didn’t start playing ice hockey until he was a freshman in high school. He joined the modified team that year, but took last year to play travel hockey, returning to the high school level with the Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont varsity team this winter. The Edgemont jun…