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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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After spending nearly the entire 2018-19 season without Matt Lipsay, the Scarsdale boys basketball team had to put everything they had into surviving Tuesday’s game without their point guard, who this time had the flu.

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Seven games into the season, senior Chris Saenger and junior Ryan Seibold, a pair of varsity rookies, made their first starts of the season on Dec. 21. What made the moment even more spectacular for both players was that Scarsdale was facing off with Mount St. Michael in a Slam Dunk Challeng…

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With his team struggling at 0-4, despite having played competitive basketball — the Raiders have lost by nine, 10, 13 and seven points, respectively this season — Scarsdale girls coach Mike Blanco is going with his silver linings playbook.

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Jacob Smith saw the basketball court sparingly during Scarsdale’s 22 games last winter as a sophomore. As frustrating as it was to sit and watch — and know his friends were seeing plenty of action on junior varsity — Smith understood he was there as part of the bigger picture.

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Five times in the first eight games of the season, junior Kayla Maroney led the Scarsdale girls basketball team in scoring as the Raiders got off to a 5-3 start, a far cry from last year’s 4-11 beginning.

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Cole Kattan and Jayshen Saigal were patient, Kattan the last two years, Saigal last winter. With large groups of talented players having graduated from the Scarsdale basketball program the last two winters, the more experienced returners have taken over the team.

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Whether he was draining a deep 3-pointer or making an incredible no-look pass to a teammate, there was no doubt that the Nash Goldman show was in full effect last winter for the Scarsdale boys basketball team.

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Boys basketball parent Mitch Katz felt vindicated on Feb. 6 when three Scarsdale High School administrators met with parents and players and told them recently fired coach Billy Murphy had been under investigation for a large part of his nearly three years as basketball coach.

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The Scarsdale boys basketball team followed the most tumultuous weekend of their careers off the court, with their best week on the court.