Scarsdale boys lacrosse coach James Synowiez knew there was one acceptable reason to interrupt prom: the U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American announcement.
The third time was not a charm for the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team.
Andrew Bernstein and his 325 pre-sectionals career points have been turning heads on and off the lacrosse field for four years. However, the team’s two Jacksons — Bornstein and Brosgol — also made their mark on the field.
Art Bonifati knows that if it weren’t for injuries, the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team would have fared much better than a 6-10 record and a first round sectionals loss.
Chessy Greenwald entered the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team’s game at Albertus Magnus one goal shy of 100 for her four-year varsity career.
From 1998 to 2001, Alec Hufnagel set the longtime statistical standards for Scarsdale boys lacrosse with a school record 183 goals and 101 assists for 284 points. Well, there’s a new king in town.
There is no better way for a Scarsdale team to shake off a six-game losing streak than to do it against longtime all-sport rival Mamaroneck.
A handful of hours off the field have made all the difference on the field for the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team.
Scarsdale girls lacrosse came into the season featuring veterans with strong all-around athletic résumés — we’re talking seniors Lizey Mehlman, Sophia Franco, Chessy Greenwald and Emmeline Berridge to name a few — and those players are living up to the hype. In moving to middie from a more d…
Scarsdale senior captain Chessy Greenwald compared this lacrosse season to last rather succinctly: There’s “no mishegas,” she said.
2018 has been a big year for James Synowiez.
The Mehlman sisters are constantly chasing one another.
With a combined 27-10 record, one league title and two Section 1 semifinals appearances over the past two years, the Scarsdale boys lacrosse program has been looking to maintain its success over the long term. With an 8-6 record and a more challenging schedule than it has seen in many years,…
Ray Kinsella was prepared to “Go the distance” in the book “Shoeless Joe”/movie “Field of Dreams.”