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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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There were some nerves showing early on in the first game, but once Scarsdale’s field hockey team got settled in, the Raiders were able to dominate. They scored nine goals in two wins, defeating Mahopac in the first round and White Plains in the championship game on their way to the Somers t…

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In a season where almost nothing went as planned, the Scarsdale field hockey team has a lot to take away from the fall of 2020. No. 1 is a sense of normalcy.

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Sophie Carroll may have played softball all her life, but ever since she joined the modified field hockey team in eighth grade, Carroll has made that her focus. While she was one of Scarsdale’s better players last year as an All-League junior, this fall as a senior she finally made everyone …

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In three games against Mamaroneck last fall, the Scarsdale field hockey team was outscored 6-0, falling 3-0 and 1-0 in the regular season and 2-0 in the Section 1 Class A semifinals.

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Andie Novenstein sent the ball to Liz Scarcella. Scarcella passed to Sophie Carroll. Carroll whacked the ball into the board of the goal at Scarsdale High School. With 3:02 left in the game, the three seniors gave the Raiders a 1-0 lead over rival Mamaroneck.

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With the exception of a camp in seventh grade, Scarsdale junior Victoria Wilson didn’t officially pick up a field hockey stick until the summer before sophomore year. A year after learning on the job with the junior varsity team, Wilson is a key starting defender for the Raiders on varsity.