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In a time when athletics have often been canceled, postponed or face uncertainty, three Scarsdale athletes had much to celebrate Wednesday, Nov. 11, when they signed Letters of Intent to participate at the Division I level next school year as part of National Signing Day.

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With Mount Vernon on the final day of the regular season, the Scarsdale girls soccer team knew it had one more hurdle to clear in their quest for an undefeated league championship season, and that was rival New Rochelle just one day earlier.

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After opting not to return for soccer his senior year after breaking his fibula last year, Shan Daniel was told that joining the Scarsdale cross-country team would be great for his track 800-meter training. Little did he — or anyone — know the sprinter would quickly make an impact as a dista…

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Though it wasn’t the finals of the New York State Championships, it sure felt that way to Scarsdale High School senior Zoe Tucker. Winning the Section 1 Southern Westchester Large Schools doubles tournament with sophomore teammate Natalie Hu was, in this COVID-19 season, the pinnacle of success.

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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.

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After cancellations of matches and practices piled up due to COVID-19 contact tracing and rain, the Scarsdale girls tennis team returned to the courts Monday, Nov. 2, for the third time since the competitive season kicked off. Since it was only the third match to go with zero in-season pract…

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After not scoring for about 95 minutes of play against Mamaroneck and going another almost 75 minutes scoreless against Blind Brook, the Scarsdale boys soccer team got exactly what it needed from an unexpected player.

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Wednesday, Oct. 21, was a difficult day for the Scarsdale girls tennis team. They didn’t quite know how to react to winning 6 of the 7 matches against Fox Lane by scores 8-0.

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The Scarsdale girls soccer team hopes the warm-up is over. The three wins they’ve had in their first four games were by a combined 17-0 score. They’re ready for another challenge like their 1-1 double overtime tie with New Rochelle.

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For a tennis program with a history of dominance — Scarsdale’s girls won 117 straight matches from 1990-2000 — the 2019 season was one for the records books. The Raiders were 15-0, going 76-1 in regular season matches; won the Section 1 Team championship, still a relatively new endeavor; and…

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Making a team believe isn’t an easy thing for a coach to do, especially after a difficult season on and off the court. But when the Scarsdale girls basketball team, the No. 13 seed, went up 18-11 on No. 4 Albertus Magnus in the first round of the Section 1 Class AA tournament, no one believe…

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Following an 8-3 loss to Suffern on Feb. 7, Scarsdale ice hockey coach James Synowiez talked to his team about playing a full 45-minute game. Despite having an 8-7 record following the game, the Raiders had yet to do that against the truly competitive teams.

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After standing tall in tight games in a competitive league, traveling to San Diego for four intense games and playing in a Slam Dunk Challenge showcase game at the Westchester County Center, the 5-15 Scarsdale boys basketball team is ready for anything that comes its way this postseason.

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The Raider bowlers are fast approaching the end of their season, having played a busy schedule with three matches against White Plains, Yonkers and Harrison from Jan. 30 to Feb. 5. The boys could only manage to muster three points out of a possible 21 this past week, falling to a record of 2…

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Though it was a jam-packed season over the last few weeks, the Scarsdale skiers were given eight chances to compete between giant slalom races, slalom and league races. Following the final Southern League A race Monday and the final League B race Tuesday, the Raiders finally had their list o…

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Injuries were the Scarsdale Raiders wrestling team’s worst enemy again this past weekend at the Bernie Miller Dual Tournament hosted by Rye High School. There were many key wrestlers out for the Raiders in their final tournament before postseason as illnesses and injuries added up.