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Each coming off a post-vacation win Monday, April 18, the Scarsdale and Edgemont softball teams were set to play the next day until overnight rain took Supply Field out of commission. The Raiders will host the Panthers on April 25 instead, as both teams will have a packed scheduled in the fi…

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Errors in the third inning and walks in the seventh inning proved costly as an 8-1 Scarsdale softball lead turned into a 10-9 walk-off win for host Ossining on Wednesday, April 13.

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All told, it wasn’t a bad season for Scarsdale softball with a 5-13 record and there is an incredibly bright future for coach Kevin Carrigan’s program. With 14 of 16 players returning next spring — 11 rising sophomores — Carrigan will have plenty of time to develop the players at the varsity level.

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It’s not often that the Scarsdale and Edgemont softball teams have a ton of similarities. This year, however, neither has a junior varsity team and both are working hard to develop pitching from the ground up.

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With zero returning varsity hits, lacking an elite starting pitcher and not yet having a solidified defense through two games, things have been a struggle on the field for the Scarsdale softball team with a pair of losses to Eastchester, 18-4 and 15-0.

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Hope Walker, Sam Hausman and Kayla Song are tearing it up at the plate. That, combined with Hausman stepping up her game in the circle and the team fielding the ball better than ever, the Raiders find themselves winning games against and being competitive with some of the top teams in the area.

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Jessie Hausman has been watching her sister, Sam, pitch on varsity for Scarsdale for two years. Sam is the reason Jessie became a pitcher. On Tuesday, for the softball season opener, junior Sam started and freshman Jessie pitched in relief. It was the first time the sisters had ever played i…