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Last winter, the Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington boys swim and dive team won the virtual meet Section 1 championship over runner-up Scarsdale. While both teams added to their arsenal of swimmers with newcomers this year after not being hit hard by graduation — Scarsdale did l…

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Edgemont is no stranger to the Armory Track and Field Center in New York City between holding workouts and competing there. Some meets, however, turn the Armory into a revered venue. On Wednesday, Jan. 12, the Edgemont boys 4x400-meter relay team had the honor of competing in the 114th Annua…

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After making the Section 1 finals in 2020 and winning the COVID-19 adjusted playoff in 2021, the Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont ice hockey team is looking to continue being a force within Section 1. Despite graduating a senior class of eight, including five starters, that went from…

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It may have been impromptu and it had nothing to do with the final score, but it was a good sign of how the meet went for the Edgemont gymnastics team as the Panthers broke out in a spirited dance routine together on the floor.

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When Edgemont reinstated its gymnastics program four years ago as a pilot program and three years ago as a competitive program, the team didn’t have all the resources it needed to grow, compete and really attract gymnasts. That has changed and coaches Kathryn Martell and Ziggy Scipio now hav…

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Edgemont girls basketball isn’t afraid of a challenge. After having all three preseason scrimmages canceled for various reasons and opening up against Pleasantville with a 44-32 loss, the Panthers headed into Scarsdale’s tournament as the underdog.

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The combined Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont (ETBE) hockey team opened the season 1-1, defeating Rye Town/Harrison (RTH) 7-3 on Thursday, Dec. 2 while falling to Mamaroneck in a nail-biter, 4-3, on Tuesday, Dec. 7.

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The season didn’t play out exactly how first-year head coach James Pape envisioned it, but Edgemont’s football team was able to conclude the campaign with a dominant win. And with the majority of the Panthers’ team returning next season, there is reason to be optimistic about the future.

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Entering postseason, the Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington girls swim team had zero state cut times. After divisionals, Edgemont senior Natalie Peng had one, in the 200 individual medley. After the three-day Section 1 championship meet, SHEDI racked up four more cut times, and nearly…

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The league championship meets — also known as divisionals — were the last chance for girls swimmers to qualify for sectionals and a good chance to see if they could make state cuts. Edgemont senior Natalie Peng made her first state cut and Scarsdale’s Abigail Gurden, a junior, and Fiona Kant…

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After getting swept 7-0 by Byram Hills twice in the regular season, little did anyone expect a competitive Section 1 Small Schools girls tennis tournament finals. Switching from a three singles/four doubles format to three singles/two doubles for postseason, Edgemont gave Byram a run in a 3-…

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As the season nears the end, Edgemont girls soccer captain Zoe Gallup listed leaving the program with “a winning mentality” as a priority. It’s a bit of a bold statement coming from a team that is 2-9-2, but based on the way the team played against Bronxville on Friday, Oct. 8, it made sense.

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Edgemont boys soccer coach Mike Cozza sees a difference in senior captain Sam Jung this year. And he thinks a lot of it has to do with Sam’s younger brother, sophomore Lenny, being on varsity this fall.

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Carolina Angel has been a presence at the net for Edgemont’s volleyball team for quite some time and the senior was able to reach a special milestone last week. She attained her 1,000th career kill in a 3-1 win over visiting Rye Neck on Wednesday, Sept. 22.

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Kimi Krasner’s biggest victory came when she tried out for and made the Edgemont girls tennis team this fall. After missing last season with a broken knee, which was later followed by a broken foot, she didn’t step back on the court again until June of this year.

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The combined swim program of SHEDI (Sleepy Hollow, Hastings, Edgemont and Irvington) has put up some impressive seasons in recent years, winning a Section 1 team title and always competing with the best, but graduation has taken its toll as the team is off to an 0-3 start in dual meets this year.

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Through two races — the Suffern Invitational and a tri-meet at home — Edgemont senior Kazusato Araki for the boys and freshman Sarah Hu for the girls have asserted themselves as the No. 1 runners thus far.

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With starting setter Jimena Caballero a late scratch for Edgemont volleyball Monday evening, coach Kelli Kinlen and the Panthers had to adjust quickly against Pleasantville. Going from a 6-2 to a 5-1, relying on setter Emily Ferraro to set all the way around and moving Madison Frain from out…

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Milan Gialleonardo was so excited and overcome by the moment that he couldn’t even remember who Edgemont would be playing in its next game. After all, the Panthers had just delivered new head coach James Pape his first win in a 51-7 Week 2 thrashing of visiting Irvington on Sept. 18 under th…

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Scarsdale’s field hockey team is off to an impressive unbeaten start and the Raiders made a statement with a 3-0 shutout win over an annually strong Horace Greeley squad Monday, Sept. 20.

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Three familiar faces were chosen to take over the football, girls soccer and volleyball programs at Edgemont this fall. With two of the openings coming late in the summer, athletic director Anthony DeRosa acted quickly to fill the vacancies with assistant coaches.

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With a small team, especially on the girls side, the Edgemont track and field coaching staff constantly encourages the athletes to diversify their events in order to score points for the team and show them how much they are capable of with some hard work and dedication.