Coming into the Section 1 regional game having already tied and defeated Ardsley during the regular season, the Edgemont girls soccer team was hoping to win the season series and advance to the quarterfinals.
A David and Goliath reference seems appropriate here. If only…
With the Section 1 Southern Westchester Large Schools regional tournaments kicking off next week, the Scarsdale and Edgemont boys and girls soccer teams are showing they are ready for whatever teams they get seeded to face when brackets are released Sunday.
Following a 4-0 loss to John Jay-Cross River and a 4-2 loss to Ardsley, the Edgemont boys soccer team had a better showing in each rematch, despite picking up losses Nos. 5 and 6 on the season.
Daphne Ballas missed much of last fall due to an injury, so she’s making up for lost time as a senior.
Despite a 1-4-1 record midway through the season, the Edgemont girls soccer team has been competitive in its first year in Class A. With a win, a tie, two overtime games played and two losses in which they let up only three goals, the future is bright for a Panther team that has only three seniors.
Edgemont boys soccer’s official full-time introduction to Class A soccer — the Panthers have played against many A teams over the years — had mixed results despite two losses to open the season.
While a junior varsity girls soccer game was being played at Blanford Field in Edgemont, the varsity team headed to Rye Neck to officially kick off the 2020 fall sports season Saturday afternoon.
First-year Edgemont girls soccer coach Eric Brand’s motto is “Work hard, play smart, have fun.” It’s a simple way to not only break down each day, but a season as a whole.
In the first half against Albertus Magnus, the Edgemont boys soccer team thought it had the go-ahead goal. The officials ruled the ball had not fully crossed the goal line and play resumed. While Edgemont was still soaking in and disputing the call, Magnus quickly put the ball in the net for…
With Ali Gaviser injured early in the season and Daphne Ballas likely not to play in sectionals, Edgemont girls soccer’s top two scoring options will be spectators for postseason. But like they have done all season, the Panthers will aim to be the hardest working team on the field and pull o…
If four-year player Zach Stern has learned anything about the postseason it’s to not look too far ahead. That’s something he and his Edgemont boys soccer teammates are vowing to do this fall.
After serving as head coach of the Edgemont boys soccer team for three years, Dave Villalobos knew it was time for a change. He went to then-athletic director Jim San Marco and suggested he lure Mike Cozza, who, after five years coaching girls and boys soccer at Edgemont had gone over to Eas…
Jagraj Sidhu finally joined the party on Sept. 26.
With three players suffering concussions and three others dealing with various injuries, the Edgemont girls soccer team has been down five starters and a key bench player. The Panthers are doing their best to fill in the gaps, including calling up four players from junior varsity.
Junior Daphne Ballas and the Edgemont girls soccer team are off to a fast start. With a 2-2 record and Ballas having scored in three of the four games, the Panthers like where they are as the dust settles from the many changes within the program.
Scoring 14 goals over the first three games of the season was validating to the Edgemont boys soccer team.
Tom Blank, Darren Hawks and now Dr. Eric Brand.
The Duke Blue Devils had four goalies on their roster last fall, including the highly touted Will Pulisic, who has international playing experience and could go pro at a moment’s notice. Eliot Hamill will join him this coming fall.