A 24-21 loss to Mamaroneck back on Oct. 1 ended up being the difference in Scarsdale’s football team coming up short of sectionals this season.
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.
The times have changed, but the names haven’t.
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…
The old saying, throw the records out when rivals play on the football field, was certainly true under the Friday night lights as Scarsdale drove up the road to take on White Plains.
In 2013, Scarsdale football broke a 25-year losing streak against New Rochelle. The Raiders have been determined not to wait another 25 years for a victory over the elite team in Class AA.
Coming out of quarantine with two days to prepare for the season finale, it was a bumpy ride for the Scarsdale football team last week as opponents were being decided Wednesday night and then Tappan Zee was trying to switch the game. On top of that, the Raiders were without four two-way star…
Trevor Koch didn’t need to join the Scarsdale football team to understand how important the back-to-back games against White Plains and Mamaroneck were. Through soccer, basketball and lacrosse, Koch knows all too well the crosstown rivalries are intense.
Two days after beating Mamaroneck, the Scarsdale football team found out about a positive COVID-19 case on the team on Monday, April 12. The Raiders are quarantined for 10 days and will be released Wednesday, April 21, giving them three days of practice before playing their final game of the…
In a football season with a six-week schedule, no playoffs and no guarantees due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were two games that stood out clearly on Scarsdale’s final schedule — White Plains and Mamaroneck — in Weeks 3 and 4. Those two games are what the Raiders will truly measure their…
The defense was there, but so were the turnovers on offense. In a 14-0 loss to Suffern, which features West Point-bound Clevmer Lubin, the Scarsdale football team walked off the field with a sense of pride in knowing they were capable of the win.
Ryan Silberfein was just trying to help. And by doing so she made some history for Scarsdale High School varsity football.
Scarsdale football’s new look offense clicked and the defense put up a shutout. It was a near-perfect opening day for the Raiders with a home 25-0 win over Port Chester Saturday.
A 6-0 lead and a 6-6 halftime score was everything the Scarsdale football team could have hoped for in the quarterfinals of the Section 1 Class AA tournament at Spring Valley last Friday night.
The Scarsdale football team could think of no better way to make the Section 1 Class AA tournament than to beat rival Mamaroneck in the final week of the regular season.
It all comes down to tonight.
For the first time this season, the Scarsdale football team walked onto the field and did what it set out to do: dominate from the beginning.
Last year the Scarsdale football team was losing games in the second half. This year the Raiders are winning them.
Down 10-0 in the second half and playing without its starting halfbacks, Harry Song and Julian Higgins, it was starting to look like a repeat of 2018.
“Where’s the iPad?”
Football players Noah Glantz and Frankie Sayegh responded to their post-surgery senior football seasons the same way — by having their best performances and earning All-State honors.