Back Row(L to R): Zachary Sanders (manager), Kay Cottrell; Madison Lee; Natasha Pereira; Natalie Hu (captain); Laura Mendes (captain); Daphne Luttrell; Giana Marks; Campbell Alin; Coach Roane. Front Row(L to R): Olivia Sun; Maya Cukierman; Maya Vora; Yelena Sahakyan; Lara Wellen; Hyunjin Lee
State Champions Girls Varsity A Tennis beat Syosset HS (4-3) to become NY State Champions with a season record of 19-0.
Emily Simons got her 1,000th career assist in Scarsdale’s (3-2) win over Ursuline, crowning them League Champions. Adding to his 500+ career service receives, Santiago Gomez surpassed 500 kills in Scarsdale’s (3-0) win over East Ramapo.
A header off a corner kick was one of three goals (hat trick) for Captain and Striker Alessia Schettino in Scarsdale’s opening round playoff game, defeating Carmel (6-0)..
Varsity A Tennis Doubles Partners, Laura Mendes and Campbell Alin , cap off a 10-0 regular season record to take 4th place at the Section 1 tournament, earning All League and All Section honors.
Senior and Captain, Julian Glantz , rushed for two touchdowns and led the team in rushing yards and tackles in their decisive win (49-20) over Yonkers Brave.
Boys Varsity A Soccer Goalie and Captain, Rowan Haffner , had 3 shutouts last week, allowing only one goal in four matches. The Raiders beat John Jay (ranked #1 in the state), New Rochelle, Mount Vernon and Clarkstown North.
Defending on the corners and denying attacks on the right side, senior and Field Hockey Captain Maeve Jacobsen helped shut down Clarkstown South for a Scarsdale 2-0 victory.
Girls Varsity Volleyball beat previously undefeated and highly ranked Arlington in straight sets on Friday and took first place at the Briarcliff Volleyball Tournament on Saturday.
Boys Volleyball starting middle hitter, Drew Hill , scored 13 points (10 kills and 3 aces) in Scarsdale’s decisive win (3-0) over Clarkstown South.
Senior Natalyn Kapner placed 4th in a field of over 130 athletes at the Warwick Valley Wave Mania X-Country Invitational 5k. With a season-opener time of 20:04.1, just a few seconds off her best, Natalyn led the Girls X-Country team to a second place finish.