• Updated
  • 0

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.

  • 0

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…

  • 0

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…

  • 0

With 1:20 left on the clock and Briarcliff/Hamilton on the Edgemont/Keio 3-yard line in a 22-all game, Edgemont coach Brendan Connolly made the easiest call of his coaching career. “Let them score,” he told his defense.

  • 0

After suffering its first loss of the season in week 7, the Edgemont football team defeated Haldane 22-16 last weekend to improve to 7-1. It was a nice bounce back win for the Panthers before their bowl game against Briarcliff on Saturday.

  • 0

It’s hard to believe the Edgemont High School football team, rooted in a winning tradition from the late 1990s into the early 2000s, had not won a league title since 2006. On Friday, that drought ended.

  • 0

The Edgemont football team defeated Irvington on the road Saturday to improve to 4-0 for the first time in over a decade. The Panthers were led by junior Kirk Gialleonardo’s 4 touchdowns — two passing, two rushing — and two interceptions, junior Jake Rosen’s touchdown and 119 receiving yards…

  • Updated
  • 0

A second-week bye couldn’t stop Edgemont’s momentum. The Panthers football team has now taken down Croton-Harmon in the opening week and Briarcliff and Hastings on back-to-back weekends following the week without a game.

  • 0

In the first game of the 2019 football season, Edgemont took down Croton-Harmon on the road, 26-14. The Panthers were led by Ryan Gordon’s three touchdowns, Kirk Gialleonardo’s two touchdowns and Dexter Seeley’s monster defensive effort.

  • Updated
  • 0

For the past two seasons, the Edgemont football team, struggling with numbers and often hit hard by graduation, joined forces with Keio Academy, a school for Japanese students located on the campus of Manhattanville College. While Keio’s numbers haven’t been overwhelming the Panthers and Uni…

  • Updated
  • 0

Football players Noah Glantz and Frankie Sayegh responded to their post-surgery senior football seasons the same way — by having their best performances and earning All-State honors.