Sophia Caione waited her turn. Now the senior is averaging nearly eight saves per game for the Scarsdale girls soccer team.
With realignment taking White Plains and Scarsdale out of the same league, there was only one regular season shot for the two teams to play each other in boys soccer this fall. Coming in with a 1-3-1 record, Scarsdale knew it needed a big win to turn its season around.
It finally happened. The Scarsdale boys volleyball team, in its fourth year of existence, won a complete match against a team from Rockland County. Only able to defeat Eastchester four times over the past two years, the Raiders opened up this season with a historic win.
Last year the Scarsdale football team was losing games in the second half. This year the Raiders are winning them.
The makeup of the Scarsdale girls tennis team is anything but typical. However, with a strong core of veterans and eight juniors, the team is set up to be elite this year and next at the very least.
They may never be the subject of a trivia answer, but just in case, Jack Mintzer, David Peng, Dylan Wasserberger and Ethan Gates are the first four-year boys volleyball players at Scarsdale. The Mintzer-proclaimed “core four” spent a year on junior varsity as freshmen and are now seniors on …
Coaching a fall sport is unique compared to winter and spring. And second-year Scarsdale field hockey coach Lauren Barton loves what makes the fall different: the preseason.
A 3-0 start and a near appearance in the Briarcliff Tournament finals for the Scarsdale girls volleyball team was sparked by returning outside hitter Magan Chin.
Down 10-0 in the second half and playing without its starting halfbacks, Harry Song and Julian Higgins, it was starting to look like a repeat of 2018.
The Scarsdale Summer Youth Tennis League celebrated its successful 35th season with more than 30 players ages 6 to 16 playing more than 300 matches during the season at the Scarsdale Middle School tennis courts.
Marcos Monteagudo thought he had a home with Blind Brook boys soccer, until the Scarsdale job opened up this spring with the stepping down of five-year coach Paul Brooks. The opportunity to coach a competitive program in Class AA doesn’t come up often and Monteagudo didn’t want to regret not…
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 first time since 2014 that a team made the trek.
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.