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Nikki Rosee started last spring as an assistant coach for the Edgemont track and field team. Following the sudden retirement of 30-year veteran J.C. Periac on the first day of preseason in March, Rosee soon found herself as Periac’s replacement as the spring girls head coach and this fall sh…

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The Sleepy Hollow/Hastings/Edgemont/Irvington girls swim team got the best offseason news possible last week as the 200 freestyle relay from last fall was named All-American with the 62nd ranked high school time in the country.

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With 85 degree temperatures at the start of the junior varsity Westchester County Championship meet, followed by a downpour by the end, this bipolar weather signified that it was officially a “spring track” meet. Unfortunately, for the Edgemont Panthers it was also the last for most of the team.

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The girls 4x400-meter relay team may only have traveled a few minutes to White Plains High School to compete, but the journey was extra special for the prestigious large-scale Glenn D. Loucks Games.

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After an exciting win early last week, the Edgemont girls lacrosse team closed out the regular season with two incredibly hard fought games against Irvington and Dobbs Ferry.

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The Edgemont Panthers went into the week looking to close out their fifth straight league title and head strong into the Section 1 Team Tournament.

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Coming off a two-game winning streak, the Edgemont boys lacrosse team sought to bring home a win against league foe Pelham. Despite Pelham making a big playoff run last year, Edgemont came in ready to fight on their home turf on their very own senior night.

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Spending four years at shortstop for the Edgemont softball team, Sasha Hirschheimer has seen a lot of change around her. As one of the few constants, Hirschheimer has been doing her best to make it business as usual no matter who is to her right or left or front or back.

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Through nine matches, the Edgemont boys golf team has been consistent, compiling six scores between 230-235, three between 239-244. While the consistency bodes well for the future, the Panthers haven’t been able to lower their scores in order to compete in matches.

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Coming into a big league game against Eastchester, the Edgemont boys lacrosse team was looking to rise above .500 in league play. Eastchester, however, had other plans, dominating in a 15-5 win as the Panthers didn’t come out with the proper sense of urgency.

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The Edgemont boys tennis team had a challenging week with two league opponents and one powerhouse. While the team came away 2-1 to improve to 6-4 overall, third set 10-point supertiebreaks continue to be shaky, despite being a strength in past years.

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Dr. Strange saw one scenario in 14,000,605 where The Avengers could reverse the damage done by Thanos, preventing the losses of life when he snapped the fingers on the Infinity Stone gauntlet. If only Edgemont softball coach Larry Giustiniani had those odds of keeping his attendance up each spring.

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As the Edgemont girls lacrosse team has started this season on a very high note — seven wins and one close loss — the Panthers are looking to continue their success as they head into the harder, more competitive half of their season.

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Edgemont’s boys golfers are consistently getting four scores under 50 each match. If they can get the fifth and sixth scores to drop, the Panthers will be much more competitive than they have been early in the season.

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Just like Scarsdale, Edgemont coach Mark Romney schedules matches against the best teams in Section 1 each spring. The big difference is Edgemont is a small school, an underdog.

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Being an “enthusiast” is often enough to get you a high school golf team coaching job. It worked out well for past Edgemont girls coaches George DiChiara and Bryan Paul, so the Panthers are expecting the same positive result with new coach Mitch Shapiro.

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Katie Degen spent three years learning about field hockey from Lindsay Robinson before taking over as Edgemont head coach in 2013 with only two weeks notice. With lacrosse, it’s a completely different story.

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J.C Periac expected to be at practice with the Edgemont outdoor track and field team on Monday, the first workout of the new season. He also planned to be there for cross-country in the fall and indoor track in winter before hanging up his clipboard, whistle and running shoes.

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When coaches stop coaching in today’s world — no matter what their age or the circumstances — the first reaction is, “Was he or she fired?” Often that question doesn’t go fully answered.

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Its not often that both the Scarsdale boys and girls ski teams are at the top of their game in the same year. This season was a major exception to that rule as the boys beat all of the top teams when it mattered in the regular season and the girls won more overall meets than they lost. Then,…

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Senior Nicky Meglino finally felt the pressure. He just didn’t let it get to him in winning his second straight Section 1 Division 2 championship. Last year he won at 170 pounds, this year 182.

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If sophomore Sumeddha Biswal and freshman Stephanie Kornberg had the physical strength to match their mental fortitude, they’d be two of Edgemont’s best varsity wrestlers.