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Heading into league play, the Scarsdale boys basketball team must shake its January trend. Despite two wins that brought them to 8-2 overall, the Raiders dominated the first half, but lost the second half against both Carmel and Ossining. That loss of momentum doesn’t often bode well histori…

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Last winter, the Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington boys swim and dive team won the virtual meet Section 1 championship over runner-up Scarsdale. While both teams added to their arsenal of swimmers with newcomers this year after not being hit hard by graduation — Scarsdale did l…

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Among the protocols announced for schools reopening after winter break in Scarsdale was eliminating visitors to schools, which includes a ban on spectators at Scarsdale athletics home games at least through the end of January. This did not sit well with a majority of board of education membe…

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For a team that wrestled one exhibition varsity match last school year and didn’t have a modified practice season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Scarsdale wrestling team has still managed to put itself in a good place this winter with a mix of veterans, kids coming up from the middle scho…

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After being the lone Scarsdale varsity program not permitted to compete during the 2020-21 school year — wrestling had one outdoor exhibition match — once the cheerleading team got clearance in August for a full competitive experience this school year, including being permitted to practice a…

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After graduating a stacked senior class in 2018, the Raiders had a handful of strong swimmers in Inga DeNunzio’s first year as head coach the next year and last winter during the pandemic things really began to pick up with the team’s overall talent level. Despite graduating one of the best …

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The combined Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville/Edgemont (ETBE) hockey team opened the season 1-1, defeating Rye Town/Harrison (RTH) 7-3 on Thursday, Dec. 2 while falling to Mamaroneck in a nail-biter, 4-3, on Tuesday, Dec. 7.

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Attending his third high school in 15 months, Carlos Rodriguez made himself right at home at Scarsdale High School last month, on and off the basketball court. The sophomore was named the Most Valuable Player of the Maroon & White Kari Pizzitola Holiday Basketball Tournament, which to hi…

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After being held to 19 points by Arlington, the Scarsdale girls basketball team held Edgemont to 15 in going 1-1 in their home Maroon & White Kari Pizzitola Holiday Basketball Tournament. With a 44-31 win that followed against Fox Lane, the Raiders are off to a solid start with four play…

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After one of the finest regular seasons in program history — a 16-2 record, a share of the league title, a tournament win and a runner-up finish and the first program wins over North Rockland and Ardsley — the second-seeded Scarsdale girls volleyball team struggled in sectionals, squeaking b…

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Sisters Mackenzie and Parker Mauro have a special bond on and off the field hockey field. That bond helped the Scarsdale Raiders advance in postseason when Parker assisted Mackenzie on a corner in the Section 1 Class AA quarterfinals against John Jay-East Fishkill. Three minutes into overtim…

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The league championship meets — also known as divisionals — were the last chance for girls swimmers to qualify for sectionals and a good chance to see if they could make state cuts. Edgemont senior Natalie Peng made her first state cut and Scarsdale’s Abigail Gurden, a junior, and Fiona Kant…

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Scarsdale senior Emily Simons needed six assists to reach 1,000 for her career and the Scarsdale girls volleyball team needed to beat Ursuline to share the league title with Mamaroneck. Neither came easy on Thursday, Oct. 21, but Simons got No. 1,000 and Scarsdale got the win.

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Through 17 matches, the Scarsdale girls tennis team has been on cruise control all season. In fact, the only team to win any singles or doubles matches against the Raiders is Horace Greeley, which took a total of five over three matches.

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On senior night, with the slightest chance of still making sectionals and being without its head coach Andy Verboys, who had a family funeral to attend, the Scarsdale football team played for pride and with pride in a 34-6 regular season-ending win over Mount Vernon on Friday, Oct. 22.

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Had Scarsdale defeated Mamaroneck on Friday, Oct. 1, senior Adrian Duval would have become a Scarsdale football legend. That Scarsdale lost 24-21 on a touchdown with three minutes left after trailing 17-0 in the fourth quarter does not, however, diminish the impact the backup quarterback had…