Dashing through the snow,
Daniel Asher didn’t want to end his high school cross-country career at the Section 1 Class A championship meet. With his team expected to be in the top five, but likely a longshot to beat North Rockland, the senior pushed himself as hard as he could to qualify for the New York State Championships.
Last Tuesday, the Scarsdale cross-country team had its league meet at Van Cortlandt Park, where the boys were trying to defend their title and the girls were looking to beat Ursuline.
Last fall the Scarsdale boys cross-country team was dominant, winning six meets, including leagues and counties, but just falling one point short behind Arlington at sectionals. While this year’s team, having graduated five top 10 runners, wasn’t quite the same force, the Raiders won back-to…
This past weekend, the Scarsdale cross-country team raced at the Section 1 Coaches Invitational at Bowdoin Park. Bowdoin is a very important course because it is where the state qualifier and Federation meets take place later this season, and this was Scarsdale’s last chance to race there in…
Scarsdale’s cross-country invitational is right in the middle of the season, serving as the perfect fitness check for the host and other teams because the course at Croton Point Park is flat.
Last weekend, the Scarsdale cross-country team split up to go to two different meets, with the boys varsity team electing to go to Bowdoin Park, while everyone else raced at White Plains.
Last weekend, Scarsdale cross-country coaches Rich Clark and Doug Rose took the top eight boys and girls upstate to Plattsburgh to compete on the course that will serve as host for the New York State championships. This was the only overnight trip of the season, so it was a very exciting — t…
Last weekend, the Scarsdale cross-country team opened up the season at the Warwick Valley Wave Mania X-C Invitational.
Andrew Levy’s teammates have one more shot to overtake him when the Scarsdale boys cross-country team competes at the Federation championships meet Saturday at Bowdoin. The team’s top scoring runners have been on Levy’s heels all season, but he’s managed to defeat them every meet so far.
Lucy pulled the football out from beneath Charlie Brown again.