Boys Varsity Lacrosse won the section title for the second year in a row, taking down top seeded Mamaroneck 12-7.
Tied at 160 after the final round of the Section I Tournament at Westchester CC, Junior Matt Choe won the first playoff hole to secure the 9th and final spot for the NYSPHSAA Championships.
Senior singles player Jason Shuler and Senior Captains and doubles’ partners Adin Lamport and Jason Gans all earned a top three spot in Section I to qualify for the NY State Tournament to be held at the USTA Tennis Center, June 2-4.
The Boys 4X400 Relay Team took 4th place with a time of 3:34.86 at the Loucks Games held at White Plains HS. Senior Kenneth Aldridge, Senior Drew Hill, Junior Toby Khang and Sophomore Darius Toosi all ran person bests in the race.
Currently ranked #1 in the Section, Freshman Emma Lee shot a 37 at Fenway Country Club and a 36 at Scarsdale Golf Club, despite very challenging weather conditions, and was low medalist in both matches.
Senior lacrosse Captain Graydon Diamond led the Raider offense in victories over New Rochelle with 2 goals & 2 assists and Newtown with 2 goals & 5 assists.
Batting .444 over 4 games, Sophomore Kay Fitzgerald led the Raiders with 2 doubles, 2 homeruns, and 9 RBI’s in wins against Edgemont and Horace Greeley, while keeping it close versus Croton and Mamaroneck.
Sophomore Quarterback Ivy Boockvar led the Flag Football team to a commanding 35-6 victory in their debut game against Walter Panas, rushing for 246 yards and 3 touchdowns and 1 touchdown reception.
Senior captain and defender Olivia Franco led the lacrosse team’s defense in two competitive games, including a 19-14 win over Ursuline.
The SHS Girls 4x1 Mile Relay Team took 1st place at the Pirate Relays at Pearl River HS. Junior Alexandra Simon, freshman Zoe Dichter, senior Eliana Zitrin and senior Natalyn Kapner finished with a winning time of 23:05.82.
With qualifying averages of 180 and 184, Senior Bowlers Reese Shelon and Captain Ryan Cahaly represented Scarsdale at Sectionals.
Scarsdale Swim and Dive placed 3rd at the State Meet, the highest team ﬁnish in Scarsdale history. All-State honors were awarded to David Zoota, Bryan Manheimer, Kevin Jiang, Haochen Liu, Aidan Lee, and Harrison Lambert