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A thrilling win at home in the playoffs most of the time gives teams a ton of confidence. The Edgemont Panthers, heading into a road playoff game, were definitely riding high with confidence heading into their matchup against the top seed Pearl River. However, Pearl River showed exactly why …

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Shorthanded and overmatched, the nine Edgemont softball freshmen and sophomores didn’t seem fazed as the No. 12 seed heading to play No. 5 Hastings on the road in the opening round of the Section 1 Class B tournament on a rainy Friday, May 20.

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Edgemont girls golf coach Mitch Shapiro could not have scripted the team’s season more perfectly. The Panthers had a winning record and sent a pair of golfers to the Section 1 championships.

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The road to the Section 1 finals wasn’t easy for the Edgemont boys tennis team, and neither was the ride home afterward. After a pair of 3-2 wins in the quarterfinals and semifinals, the Panthers lost 3-2 to Byram Hills, which they had split with 4-3 and 4-3 in sharing the league title this spring.

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When Peter Riverso made sectionals for the Edgemont boys golf team in 2017, little did coach George DiChiara know he wouldn’t have a golfer back to that level for five seasons. Junior Ben Tran finally broke that trend this spring, and fell one stroke shy of becoming the first player since Do…

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Despite limping around the court for two hours in the Section 1 finals, Scarsdale senior Jason Shuler nearly forced a third set against defending and 2022 champion Emil Grantcharov of New Rochelle, falling 6-2, 7-6 (3).

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For the Edgemont Panthers girls lacrosse team, they couldn’t have asked for a better season. Fresh off of winning their first league title in nearly 20 years, which saw sophomore star midfielder Illiana Dimopolous score her 100th career goal, the Panthers were riding high heading into the fi…

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In the fourth quarter with time running out in a playoff game with the score all tied up, it all comes down to who will make the big plays to win the game, and there were a lot of big plays made by a lot of players for Edgemont as the Panthers hosted Nanuet in the first round of the Section …

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It was a very physical game. Sticks were checked, players were shoved down and both teams showed frustration trying to score on offense. But in the end, the Edgemont Panthers came out on top, defeating the Dobbs Ferry Eagles 12-10, in a very hard fought game Tuesday, May 10.

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The frustration is over for Joshua Dalal. After missing last baseball season due to a torn labrum in his throwing arm and surgery, he’s back on the field almost better than ever as a junior, joined by his sophomore brother Ryan Dalal. If it hadn’t been for the injury, both of them would have…

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The Edgemont Panthers girls lacrosse team is on quite the roll of late. After easily handling Keio Academy 15-0 last Saturday, April 30, the Panthers won a huge rematch at home over Rye Neck in dreary weather conditions, 15-7, on Monday, May 2, to avenge a 14-13 loss to Rye Neck earlier in t…

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After a bunch of close losses, the Edgemont boys’ varsity lacrosse team was looking to turn it around and the Panthers responded with a pair of victories over Eastchester and Yonkers to give them hope for a big finish.

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It was a dreary Tuesday afternoon. Constant storm clouds loomed, the seats were soaking wet, and the rain came down in short spurts. But for the Edgemont Panthers girl lacrosse team, the weather never seemed to slow them down, as they comfortably won on April 26 over the Blind Brook Trojans,…

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Possibly for the first time in school history — certainly for the first time this century — David slayed Goliath in boys tennis when Edgemont, trailing 3-1, won the final three matches to defeat Scarsdale 4-3.

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Though they are only three matches into the season, the two-time defending Section 1 champion and defending New York State champion (from 2019) Scarsdale girls golfers are off to an incredible start after reloading the lineup with four freshmen. The 3-0 Raiders have shot 219, 214 and 220 in …

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The windy weather started to take shape Monday, April 18, in the middle of a baseball game at Edgemont. The weather was a factor, as many routine plays seemed difficult for the Panthers to make, as they lost both games at home on Monday to the Dobbs Ferry Eagles in a doubleheader. The Eagles…

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Each coming off a post-vacation win Monday, April 18, the Scarsdale and Edgemont softball teams were set to play the next day until overnight rain took Supply Field out of commission. The Raiders will host the Panthers on April 25 instead, as both teams will have a packed scheduled in the fi…

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A 7-1 halftime lead against North Salem was encouraging for the Edgemont boys lacrosse team. An 8-5 final score after North Salem won the second half 4-1 was not.

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The upside of having a junior varsity program for the first time in many years is that the Edgemont girls lacrosse program will have a feeder program gaining valuable experience before heading to the varsity level. The downside is a much shorter bench for both teams.

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Following a 6-1 win over New Rochelle to open the season and a 6-1 loss to Mamaroneck, Edgemont senior boys tennis captains Alex Lee and Will Mellis stepped up for their teams in a big way. Each player had the clinching win — Lee in a 4-3 victory over Scarsdale B, Mellis in a 4-3 victory ove…

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The Edgemont boys basketball team had the program’s best season in over two decades this winter, earning a 16-4 regular season record, two postseason wins, made the Section 1 Class B semifinals for the first time in 16 years and came close to the finals in an overtime loss, all good for an 1…

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When Rye Neck and Edgemont boys basketball met in the second game of the season in December, senior Ben Landes came off the bench to deliver a game-winning shot for Edgemont. In the rematch in the Section 1 Class B quarterfinals, Landes made his mark on the game in the second half, but after…

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After pounding the Rivertowns Legends goalie Ryan O’Hagan with 43 shots, the Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont ice hockey team had only two goals to show for it in the opening round of the Section 1 Division 1 tournament, while Rivertowns took advantage of 20 shots to score eight goals.

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As the 145-pound final at the Section 1 Division 2 wrestling championship tournament was about to begin, a referee turned with a smile behind him to where Edgemont assistant coaches Chris Kim and Cliffton Wang were sitting in the coaches corner.

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In Section 1’s first ever girls ice hockey New York State tournament game, Section 1 East fell just short to eventual state champion Skaneateles in the regional final. In a 5-2 game, including an empty net goal for Skaneateles, Section 1 actually outshot its opponent 18-8, but fell short on …