In the pantheon of Edgemont boys’ swimming, which did not start officially until the 2004-05 season, it was always 2008 graduates Andrew Huff and Matt Jacobson, who each won Section 1 titles, but current senior Christian Lee is the undisputed king.
Though it took some time to get “comfortable” this season, sophomore Sofia Gisbert put her foot on the acceleration and had one of the best — if not the best — seasons in Edgemont gymnastics history.
What seemed a formality of a game for the Westlake girls basketball en route to a spot at the Westchester County Center, the Section 1 Class B opening round game was meaningful in many ways for the Edgemont Panthers.
Last winter it came in overtime of the Section 1 semifinals, this year in the Section 1 outbracket round by one point, but in back-to-back years large boys basketball seniors classes at Edgemont worked hard and came up just short in heartbreaking fashion.
In her first indoor track and field season, Scarsdale’s Shannon Kelly is going to states. The junior placed fourth at the New York State qualifier in the 600-meter and will be part of the intersectional relay.
As a small school in the Southern League, the Edgemont ski team sees itself as the underdog at sectionals going against all the perennial powerhouse teams. Especially on the girls’ side, the Panthers enjoy being in the mix as one of the top teams in Section 1.
With the exception of his first year of varsity swimming in seventh grade, Edgemont senior Christian Lee has never finished outside of the top four in his individual and relay events at the Section 1 championships. After returning from opting out of swimming for Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dob…
Though Edgemont track and field hasn’t competed since the Class B meet on Feb. 5, the full team has been training either in preparation for the New York State Qualifiers, Eastern States or the spring season.
The defending Section 1 champion Edgemont wrestling team had a brand new look this winter. With only one senior, Alex Kronk, who was injured, and a roster full of rookies, the Panthers approached the season much differently, yet still got positive results.
Though Edgemont had several years without a gymnastics program in the 2010s, sophomore Sofia Gisbert became just the third Panther to qualify for the New York State Championships this century.
With a 12-8 record, the No. 7 Scarsdale girls basketball team will host No. 10 Ossining in the opening round of the Class AA tournament Friday, Feb. 17, at 5 p.m. The winner plays the No. 2 Ketcham/No. 15 Carmel winner at the higher seed in the quarterfinals Friday, Feb. 24. The semifinals a…
At the final Southern League sectional autoqualifier at Catamount on Feb. 2, Edgemont added Isa Mello, Briana Baylis and Henry Smith to its list of sectional qualifier as Kea Rutherford, Bella Rutherford and Leah Paley had already qualified at the first autoqualifier. Suffern, Ardsley and Do…
With four games left in the season, the Edgemont girls basketball team finds itself somewhere between the 2020-21/2021-22 winters when they won one game in total and the 2018-2019 seasons when they won three straight league titles. The Panthers couldn’t be prouder of their 7-9 record.
Though it took some time to get them in the spotlight, Scarsdale and Edgemont girls wrestling was on display the last two weekends at Peekskill and Edgemont.
The top of Division I is always a dogfight in Section 1 swimming, with everyone trying to unseat Horace Greeley. Despite several inconsistent dual meets wins and losses in the regular season, Greeley came out on top at divisionals, with Clarkstown the runner-up, Scarsdale third and Ardsley/H…
Thirty-one years after becoming Edgemont’s first All-State wrestler, Anthony DeMaio is still contributing to the wrestling program at his alma mater. On Saturday, Jan. 28, freshman Marco DeMaio placed fourth at Edgemont’s home tournament at 132 pounds.
In the final regular season meet, the Edgemont gymnastics teams faced Mahopac and Wappingers on Jan. 26. Mahopac scored 170.20, Wappingers 165.85, Edgemont 112.05 as the Panthers ended the season with one of their more complete lineups with four all-arounds.
Some seasons find ski coaches on their edges, constantly shifting their weight and on their edges trying to navigate the season in the same way their skiers tackle a slalom course on the mountain. This is another one of them.
With 11 underclassmen on its roster, including many returning gymnasts, Edgemont was hoping to succeed individually and as a team this winter by maximizing the number of competitors in each meet. Though the team was only sending a handful of girls to each meet, the improvements from meet to …
After competing in mostly junior varsity matches and varsity multimeets, the Scarsdale and Edgemont wrestling team girls had their first chance to shine at a girls-only round robin draw at Peekskill on Saturday, Jan. 21.
At the annual swim meet between two teams covering 10 schools, Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington defeated Byram Hills/Briarcliff/Pleasantville/Valhalla/Westlake on Jan. 19. It was AHEDI’s final meet of the season and the team’s fifth straight win since being short-handed due to…
The Edgemont boys basketball team is holding its own with only one starter, Ethan Sommers, in the lineup. The Panthers lost 66-46 to Harrison on Jan. 11 and defeated Children’s Village 67-37 on Jan. 17. The team is now 5-7 heading into league play.
The Edgemont boys basketball team thought it was cool opening the season at the Total Mortgage Center in Bridgeport, Connecticut, prior to a Westchester Knicks game. Then they had the chance to play at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, home of the New York Nets.
Sitting on the bench was new territory for Edgemont sophomore Sarah Hu. Her injury kept her out the first five games of the season, all in December, and as the team went 1-4 they were missing their point guard. Most notably Julia Hu, a senior, was missing her kid sister.
After a slow 2-2 start to the season while missing swimmers from the lineup, the Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington boys swim team opened the new year with a huge 88-82 win over Horace Greeley on Jan. 9 at home. AHEDI is 3-2.
Despite having a strong team of its own, the Scarsdale ice hockey team ran into Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont at the wrong time the last three winters, going 0-3 as ETBE was a section 1 finalist one year and the Section 1 regional COVID champ another year.
At the Edgemont wrestling team’s final multimeet of 2022, the team got in valuable matches on Dec. 22.
Whether coming from cross-country or other sports like soccer and football, members of the Edgemont indoor track and field team are finding themselves off to a strong start whether returning elite team members or newcomers learning the ropes.
The Scarsdale and Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington boys swim and dive teams had a classic battle Tuesday, Dec. 20, at Westchester Community College.
The Edgemont boys basketball team is 3-5 heading into the break.
With seven upperclassmen, there is a major youth movement for the Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont ice hockey team with 14 underclassmen.
From two competitors on opening day to three in the second meet to five in the third meet, the young Edgemont gymnastics team is making progress toward getting as many girls competing as possible. The team has been slowed by illness, but in the first weeks of the season has made remarkable s…
With two narrow wins and a narrow loss, the Edgemont boys basketball team has been competitive in a 2-2 start to the season.
After winning just one game in 33 tries in what coach Larry Giustiniani calls “The Mask Era” in the 2021 and 2021-22 seasons, the Edgemont girls basketball team winning its second game of the 2022-23 season was a welcome sign that the Panthers are headed in the right direction.
With the Westchester County Center still out of commission after initially being turned into a hospital and later being used as a mass vaccination center during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Westchester Knicks have relocated to the Total Mortgage Center in Bridgeport, Connecticut, as their home…
At the Section 1 Kickoff 1 at the Armory on Dec. 4, the Panthers picked up where they left off with some impressive results.
Between being a volunteer assistant coach, and assistant coach and head coach of the Edgemont wrestling team, Pete Jacobson has never seen anything like it in his 21 years. The defending Section 1 champion Panthers couldn’t look more different than last year.
Kate Anderson only competed for the Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington girls swim team for two years — as a freshman in 2019 and a senior this fall — but they were two of the most memorable of her swimming career.
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.
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.
Edgemont girls soccer began the season with a 4-1 loss to Irvington and ended the season with a 3-1 loss to Irvington. What happened in between was historic.
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.
After a tie on opening day and a win in its fourth game of the season, the Edgemont field hockey team thought it was onto something. Then a six-game losing streak happened. That, however, was followed by the season’s saving grace — a three-game winning streak and four-game scoring streak tha…
Edgemont’s game plan fell apart quickly. Merely 28 seconds into the team’s Section 1 Class B opening round boys soccer game against No. 6 Byram Hills, the No. 11 Panthers were down 1-0.
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.
The Scarsdale girls cross-country team rocked the course at Bowdoin during the Section 1 Coaches Invitational on Oct. 22, placing fifth of 37 scoring teams: Northport 104, Bronxville 144, North Rockland 180, Somers 206, Scarsdale 242.
The Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington girls swim team finished the regular season 1-8 in the top division with an 87-81 loss to Fox Lane, a tight 87-83 loss to Ursuline and a 97-84 loss to Suffern.
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.
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.