The Scarsdale track and field team sent a pair of relays to New Balance Nationals in North Carolina last weekend. For the girls, it was the fi…
With the Section 1 team title already well in hand at Fenway Golf Club, the Scarsdale Raiders had one more mission ahead of them to cap off their perfect season. David Umansky, the final golfer to come in, needed to shoot at most a 40 in order to set a school record for best 9-hole round.
Nico Bernard had an important job as the anchor of Scarsdale’s 4x800-meter relay in the winter and spring. His goal was to cross the finish line before the opposing anchors, but despite being the team’s fastest leg, he could only achieve his objective if everyone on the team stepped up.
Nothing makes a six-hour bus ride home better than celebrating a championship. That’s what the Scarsdale girls golf team got to do this year after achieving so many records for the program, which started in 2007.
Ten sectional qualifiers, six finalists, one state alternate and four state qualifiers — it was a record week for the Scarsdale boys golf team. And the scary part is this: “All four of them have a shot at winning it,” coach Andy Verboys said of the New York State Championships this weekend.
The Scarsdale softball team got everything it wanted out of the 2019 season. And then it wanted more.
It’s amazing what you can learn from picking random Scarsdale High School track and field team members who are doing well and chatting them up for a few minutes.
The third time was not a charm for the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team.
“Historic” is an oft-used word when it comes to Scarsdale High School golf. To describe what the girls and boys teams have achieved this spring, we’re going to need another word, so let’s go with “unprecedented.”
The pitchers have been pitching, the defense defending and the hitters hitting. By stranding fewer runners on base, the Scarsdale baseball team hopes to bring the total package when sectionals kicks off.
Hope Walker, Sam Hausman and Kayla Song are tearing it up at the plate. That, combined with Hausman stepping up her game in the circle and the team fielding the ball better than ever, the Raiders find themselves winning games against and being competitive with some of the top teams in the area.
All some athletes need is a chance to prove themselves. Senior Cole Kattan and junior Jayshen Saigal are proof that patience and hard work pay off.
The upperclassmen on the Scarsdale varsity tennis team, with their experience and leadership, are the foundation for the team’s success. This is apparent in the chemistry they have developed over the years.
From 1998 to 2001, Alec Hufnagel set the longtime statistical standards for Scarsdale boys lacrosse with a school record 183 goals and 101 assists for 284 points. Well, there’s a new king in town.
There is no better way for a Scarsdale team to shake off a six-game losing streak than to do it against longtime all-sport rival Mamaroneck.
Despite playing baseball since kindergarten, Tarif Sabur cracked the varsity roster for the first time this year as a junior. That’s not a rare occurrence, but Sabur’s newfound place on the team, and the respect of his teammates and coaches, is the result of his hard work and dedication.
In a word, “Nothing.”
A handful of hours off the field have made all the difference on the field for the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team.
In back-to-back innings on Monday, three guys named Cole found themselves in the thick of things for Scarsdale baseball as they rallied from down 2-0 to send the game into extra innings and nearly bounced back again after giving up four runs in the top of the eighth to North Rockland.
Scarsdale girls lacrosse came into the season featuring veterans with strong all-around athletic résumés — we’re talking seniors Lizey Mehlman, Sophia Franco, Chessy Greenwald and Emmeline Berridge to name a few — and those players are living up to the hype. In moving to middie from a more d…
Jessie Hausman has been watching her sister, Sam, pitch on varsity for Scarsdale for two years. Sam is the reason Jessie became a pitcher. On Tuesday, for the softball season opener, junior Sam started and freshman Jessie pitched in relief. It was the first time the sisters had ever played i…
Thunder Ridge will always hold a special place in Pat Liu’s heart. The two-stint Scarsdale High School skiing coach — both times first as assistant coach and then head coach — started his two boys out on skis at the Patterson, NY, mountain before relocating to Catamount and, for the second a…
Barney Foltman, who coached Scarsdale’s varsity wrestling team for 33 years through 2018, and also at New York School for the Deaf prior to that, was inducted into the Section 1 Wrestling Hall of Fame. Foltman had more than 300 dual meet wins, more than 150 sectionals place finishers, 10 lea…
Lack of a proper training facility, having to improvise with road and fitness center treadmill workouts, death of the parent of a key teammate and some tough late-season injuries did not derail the Scarsdale track and field team this winter. While it may have slowed the girls team down quite…