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With zero returning varsity hits, lacking an elite starting pitcher and not yet having a solidified defense through two games, things have been a struggle on the field for the Scarsdale softball team with a pair of losses to Eastchester, 18-4 and 15-0.

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Of the four local golf teams, the Edgemont girls find themselves most impacted by a season off for COVID-19 and largely changed roster dynamic. Coach Mitch Shapiro calls it “almost a complete rebuild” with some “promising young players.”

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With upgrades and construction scattered over the last 15 or so years, Scarsdale coach Rich Clark doesn’t remember the last time the track and field program hosted a full varsity meet at Butler Field prior to April 28 for the season opener against Mamaroneck. It was a momentous day for the R…

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Since the late 1990s, the John Jay-Cross River boys lacrosse program has been one of the best in the country, supplying Division I lacrosse teams with top talent and perennially competing for Section 1 titles. For the first time since 1997, however, Scarsdale beat the two-time defending champs.

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With wins in 3 of 4 tiebreaks, the Scarsdale boys tennis team survived its first challenge of the season, topping Edgemont 5-2. Both teams came in with uncertainty — Scarsdale returning three players and Edgemont being without 2 of their top 3 players — and both teams showed they have what i…

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Despite losing out on last spring, the Edgemont boys golf team returns a core lineup of veterans, but through four matches it’s sophomore Ben Tran who has shot the team’s lowest round.

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Coming out of quarantine with two days to prepare for the season finale, it was a bumpy ride for the Scarsdale football team last week as opponents were being decided Wednesday night and then Tappan Zee was trying to switch the game. On top of that, the Raiders were without four two-way star…

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With the goals to play without any COVID-19 stoppages and to go as deep in the season as they could, the Scarsdale girls volleyball team certainly reached that destination. Though in the end they would have liked just one more set. And they came awful close to achieving that.

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Despite the last year of her life being completely out of whack — no club diving for three months, high school diving being sandwiched between and overlapping with gymnastics and lacrosse, among other things — Scarsdale senior Maddie Seltzer didn’t let a pandemic keep her from making some mo…

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Trevor Koch didn’t need to join the Scarsdale football team to understand how important the back-to-back games against White Plains and Mamaroneck were. Through soccer, basketball and lacrosse, Koch knows all too well the crosstown rivalries are intense.

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Two days after beating Mamaroneck, the Scarsdale football team found out about a positive COVID-19 case on the team on Monday, April 12. The Raiders are quarantined for 10 days and will be released Wednesday, April 21, giving them three days of practice before playing their final game of the…

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It may have been the second time Scarsdale and Edgemont girls volleyball were going head-to-head this season, but with Scarsdale bringing a different cohort this time around — the Panthers won 3-1 the first time — it was like an entirely different matchup. In a sort of rematch, the Raiders w…

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In a football season with a six-week schedule, no playoffs and no guarantees due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were two games that stood out clearly on Scarsdale’s final schedule — White Plains and Mamaroneck — in Weeks 3 and 4. Those two games are what the Raiders will truly measure their…

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The senior class owns seven school records — three relays, two diving and two individual swimming events — for Scarsdale girls swim and dive and although the records were set between their freshman and junior years, the team is just heating up through four meets this season. Coach Barney Fol…

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Heading into the vacation with a 7-0 record and rival Suffern up next on Tuesday, April 6, the Scarsdale boys volleyball team was firing on all cylinders and looking forward to what they hope will be a preview of the Section 1 finals later this month. Then COVID-19 struck.

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The defending Section 1 Division 1 runner-up Scarsdale boys volleyball team came out looking like absolute fire against East Ramapo on opening day Monday. And while it wasn’t a perfectly clean match, it was a great starting point as Scarsdale, despite graduating six key players, has reloaded…

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With a couple of minutes remaining in their season, and facing an insurmountable lead against White Plains, the Scarsdale girls basketball players were on their feet in the bleachers cheering on their teammates, who were still giving their best effort in the Section 1 Southern Westchester Gr…

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Since this year’s senior class of Scarsdale swimmers and diver joined the team as freshmen, they have been the heart and soul of the team, keeping the Raiders competitive within Section 1 and New York State. Danielle Eforo, Joy Jiang, Julia Kushnick, Megan Lee, Helena Leroy, Anya Pabby and M…

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Not only was Stacey Wierl inspired by the girls who played successfully and positively on boys varsity ice hockey teams over the years, but she was inspired by those who didn’t. When she saw former female youth hockey players not continue with the sport she knew she had to find a way to keep…

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When Maddie Seltzer was a Scarsdale High School freshman, she realized that if she didn’t join the gymnastics team there would be a piece of her life missing. Coming off the first of several stellar seasons as a diver, she surprised even her family by joining the team and it’s something she …

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It was a great day to be a Scarsdale senior at the Section 1 Regional bowling tournament at Bowlerland. After completing a successful regular season in which the boys were league champs and the girls were a close second, it was one final chance to compete in a league that showed some parity …

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With guidance changing often and without notice, athletic departments have been adapting on the fly all school year. After Westchester County and Section 1 changed guidance on spectators recently — two spectators per senior athlete at home and away games were permitted with school approval —…

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In the most unique and challenging boys swim and dive season, Scarsdale senior Justin DiSanto and junior David Zoota managed to defy all odds to put together a combined six school records, four individual Section 1 titles and one Section 1 relay title in leading the Raiders to a runner-up finish.