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After not having a spring 2020 season and only one outdoor meet over the winter in January, the Edgemont track and field team got back to work with a home meet against Ardsley on May 4.

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Of the four local golf teams, the Edgemont girls find themselves most impacted by a season off for COVID-19 and largely changed roster dynamic. Coach Mitch Shapiro calls it “almost a complete rebuild” with some “promising young players.”

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After four days of preseason last spring, Edgemont athletics shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic and little did anyone know at the time, but sports would not return until late September last fall. While Jennifer Wandle got to coach her first varsity game as head coach during field hockey,…

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All you needed to know about the Edgemont baseball team you learned in the postgame huddle on opening day Monday. The veterans took responsibility for their mistakes — not credit for the things they did well — and everyone gave props to the young kids, including an eighth-grader, for steppin…

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With wins in 3 of 4 tiebreaks, the Scarsdale boys tennis team survived its first challenge of the season, topping Edgemont 5-2. Both teams came in with uncertainty — Scarsdale returning three players and Edgemont being without 2 of their top 3 players — and both teams showed they have what i…

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Despite losing out on last spring, the Edgemont boys golf team returns a core lineup of veterans, but through four matches it’s sophomore Ben Tran who has shot the team’s lowest round.

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Coming out of quarantine with two days to prepare for the season finale, it was a bumpy ride for the Scarsdale football team last week as opponents were being decided Wednesday night and then Tappan Zee was trying to switch the game. On top of that, the Raiders were without four two-way star…

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Will Shah made a 95-yard pick six, two sacks, a 40-yard reception, a 52-yard punt and a 35-yard field goal in a 16-12 Edgemont football win over Hastings. That’s a heck of a day for any player, let alone a sophomore soccer player who had never played football prior to this season.

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It may have been the second time Scarsdale and Edgemont girls volleyball were going head-to-head this season, but with Scarsdale bringing a different cohort this time around — the Panthers won 3-1 the first time — it was like an entirely different matchup. In a sort of rematch, the Raiders w…

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As if four two-way starters getting injured in the first game of the delayed, shortened season wasn’t a tough enough blow for the Edgemont football team, one day prior to their second game of the season a player reported testing positive for COVID-19, sending most of the team into a 10-day q…

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On the third play of Edgemont’s opening football game, returning senior quarterback Kirk Gialleonardo went down with a broken collarbone. His brother, sophomore backup quarterback Milan Gialleonardo, later went down with a concussion. Senior Anthony DeRosa Jr. a broken wrist, senior Owen Bur…

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Since this year’s senior class of Scarsdale swimmers and diver joined the team as freshmen, they have been the heart and soul of the team, keeping the Raiders competitive within Section 1 and New York State. Danielle Eforo, Joy Jiang, Julia Kushnick, Megan Lee, Helena Leroy, Anya Pabby and M…

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With five returning Section 1 finalists, including one defending champion, the Edgemont wrestling team entered the offseason last year with great hope. Of course, that was quickly derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown, and with no interscholastic tournaments — and therefore no postseaso…

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Not only was Stacey Wierl inspired by the girls who played successfully and positively on boys varsity ice hockey teams over the years, but she was inspired by those who didn’t. When she saw former female youth hockey players not continue with the sport she knew she had to find a way to keep…

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When Maddie Seltzer was a Scarsdale High School freshman, she realized that if she didn’t join the gymnastics team there would be a piece of her life missing. Coming off the first of several stellar seasons as a diver, she surprised even her family by joining the team and it’s something she …

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Five multi-meets into the season and Edgemont wrestling coach Pete Jacobson couldn’t be happier given the circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic high-risk shortened and adapted winter season. After all, his wrestlers are getting the best experience possible, while staying as safe as possible.

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Five of the six swims Edgemont senior Ben Paterson had at the virtual Section 1 boys swimming championships were exceptional. But by improving on the one less than stellar performance from the prelims to the finals, Paterson was able to graduate with a Section 1 title in the 400 freestyle re…

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Between the pandemic, two key eligible players missing from the roster this year and five straight losses without a practice, the Edgemont boys basketball team has a lot of reasons to be down this winter. But the Panthers remain upbeat as they head into the second half of the season.

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Between the school and athletic department’s COVID-19 protocols being well thought out and thus far having prevented spread of the virus, the district’s plan to implement testing for high-risk athletes and coaches, the guidance to quarantine any winter high-risk team for 10 days if a member …

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While some high school winter sports have been delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Edgemont’s ski team, as an outdoor sport where social distancing is more easily achievable, has been able to look forward to a partial season.

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Moving from Manhattan to Edgemont prior to his junior year in 2019 turned out to be a victory for Vikram Ostrander. He had many wins on the mat for the Edgemont wrestling team and his growth and potential has led to his commitment this week to Division I University of Virginia.

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Katie Feinstein may have spent her formative years as a three-sport standout at Edgemont High School, but it was coaching tennis the last nine years at her alma mater where she truly “grew up.” Not only did she learn a lot coaching tennis for nine years, but she changed careers, got married,…

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It took until the final week of the season, but the Edgemont cross-country team finally left campus, competing in a dual meet at Scarsdale and the Section 1 Southern Westchester Large Schools regional race at Milton.

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Aine Butler-Boyle watched the final game of her high school field hockey career on a livestream. Quarantined due to potential COVID-19 exposure, she wasn’t able to attend or play against North Salem, and with too many other teammates also out of commission, the Edgemont Panthers ended up not…