From a 3-2 regular season win over Suffern to a 10-0 loss for Scarsdale baseball in the Section 1 Class AA tournament was not the direction Scarsdale baseball hoped to be going in.
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.
Nothing turns a season around like winning a tough division matchup against a longtime rival.
The Scarsdale baseball team is, above all else, resilient.
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 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.