With a 16-10 win, the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team started the season exactly the way it had hoped on March 24.
Scarsdale boys lacrosse is a blue collar team in a white collar town. No longer the underdogs, yet still not stacked with college recruits, the team mentality is what sets the two-time defending Section 1 Class A champions apart from the other elite teams.
If the goalie is the last line of defense, then Scarsdale junior Colby Baldwin is the first line of offense.
After a 9-7 regular season, the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team rode a five-game postseason winning streak into the New York State Class A semifinals, where they finally met their match in the form of Northport from Section 11. After jumping to a seemingly effortless 4-0 lead, Northport held th…
Scarsdale’s defense took center stage in the first half of the first quarter against Section 2 champion Shenendehowa, despite falling behind 1-0. The defense did the dirty work until the offense kicked into gear late in the first quarter.
The Scarsdale boys lacrosse team brought thunder and lightning on the field early in taking a 9-2 lead against Kingston in their first-ever New York State tournament game Wednesday, June 1. After going up 13-5, thunder and lightning in the sky ended up pushing the final 17 minutes of the gam…
Underdogs no more.
With key seniors and juniors at the prom, the eighth-seeded Scarsdale girls lacrosse team headed into a Class A quarterfinal against top-seeded Fox Lane at a disadvantage. But with nine minutes left in the game, the scoreboard read: Scarsdale 9, Fox Lane 8.
Last year was last year, but this year has a chance to be a lot like last year as the defending champion Scarsdale boys lacrosse team is going back to the Section 1 Class A finals. Against Mamaroneck.
A 1-0 lead after the first quarter. A 3-3 tie at halftime. This wasn’t exactly how the No. 3 Scarsdale boys lacrosse team pictured its quarterfinal match against No. 6 Carmel going on Friday night, May 20.
Freshman Jane Hoffman and sophomores Claudia Rosenberg and Sabrina Katz combined to score 11 goals as the No. 8 Scarsdale girls lacrosse team pounded No. 9 Arlington 17-1 in the opening round of the Section 1 Class A tournament Tuesday, May 17.
It was a similar situation as last year for the Scarsdale boys’ varsity lacrosse team as the Raiders found themselves Thursday, May 5 on the road at rival Mamaroneck heading into overtime.
For seven seasons of field hockey and lacrosse over four years — the lone exception being the spring of 2020 when there was no lax season — Angela Hoey has been Scarsdale’s starting goalie and pretty much finished every game she started. Monday, May 9, was different.
This was the game they were waiting for.
Improvement has been made and there have been plenty of glimpses of potential, but it comes down to consistently putting together a full 50-minute game for Scarsdale’s girls lacrosse squad.
In the end it was not the result they were looking for, but the Scarsdale girls varsity lacrosse team walked off the field knowing they are turning the corner.
The defending Section 1 champion Scarsdale boys lacrosse team has a championship schedule this spring as the Raiders are trying to live up to the standard they set last year. With a 1-3 record — two one-goal games, a win and a loss, and two double-digit defeats — Scarsdale is trying to find …
With four seniors, five juniors, a large sophomore class of nine and two freshmen, the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team is taking some time to find itself early in the season. On and off the field the seniors are setting the tone, which the Raiders hope leads to their first win and many more to come.
It was not the start they wanted for the game or for the season as the Scarsdale boys varsity lacrosse team hosted Briarcliff in the season opener Saturday, March 26.
With a .817 win percentage on faceoffs, Scarsdale’s Colby Baldwin held the top spot in Section 1 as a sophomore last season.
Graydon Diamond was a gem for the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team Saturday night, June 12.
After a one-win regular season, the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team needed a sign that even through the struggles they were headed in the right direction. That went for both the seniors and the returning players.
One more win would give the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team its first-ever Section 1 championship in the sport.
Every success story needs a setback.
Scarsdale girls lacrosse coach Kaitlin Nolan has seen the bond that sister duos like the Felders, the Francos and the Matuszes have on and off the field. She wants everyone on the team to have that sort of connection.
In the eyes of new Scarsdale girls lacrosse coach Kaitlin Nolan, this year’s varsity squad is an opportunity to reestablish stability within the program.
James Synowiez was extremely impressed with Eddie Eforo’s statline against New Rochelle on May 19: one goal, 1/1 on the face-off and two saves.
Though they let up more than five goals for the first time this season — six to Byram Hills in a 9-6 win — the Scarsdale boys lacrosse team continues to show it has the offensive firepower to match its already tenacious veteran defensive unit.
While Art Bonifati was brought in to be a short-term replacement to lead the Scarsdale girls lacrosse team two years ago, the long-term replacement was right by his side. Assistant coach Kaitlin Nolan, after the two were unable to coach last spring due to the COVID-19 shutdown, was tasked th…
Six games, five or fewer goals allowed, six wins. The 6-0 Scarsdale boys lacrosse team is relying on stingy veteran defense, a multitude of young players on the goals/assists sheet and a sophomore goalie to start the season off among the best in Section 1.
Since the late 1990s, the John Jay-Cross River boys lacrosse program has been one of the best in the country, supplying Division I lacrosse teams with top talent and perennially competing for Section 1 titles. For the first time since 1997, however, Scarsdale beat the two-time defending champs.
After not having a spring season due to COVID-19 and then sitting out last fall due to injury, perhaps no one was more excited to return to the field this spring than Scarsdale girls lacrosse captain Victoria Wilson.
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.”