Irvington coach Chris Barry said Liam Lyons ran “pretty much a perfect race” to place first and lead the Bulldogs to the Division 3 team title…
Bench players are always told that they have to be ready when their number is called. So, when Ardsley quarterback Michael Belarge took a hard hit after a pass rush and had to exit the game in the fourth quarter, backup quarterback Aviraj Julka was ready.
The momentum shifted for Dobbs Ferry in the second half of their game against visiting Hastings on Sept. 13.
Irvington’s girls’ tennis team picked up a pair of 4-1 wins to open its season.
Coming off a season-opening loss to perennial power Pearl River on Sept. 3, Irvington rebounded with three straight dominant wins to improve to 3-1. The Bulldogs outscored opponents 14-0 over the three-game stretch.
Sarah Weinstein scored the game-winning goal for Hastings in the Yellow Jackets’ 1-0 season-opening win over visiting Rye Neck on Sept. 10. Celia Silverstein set up Weinstein with the assist.
Dobbs Ferry’s volleyball team picked up wins over Valhalla and Tuckahoe to begin its season.
After being pushed to the spring due to Covid-19, the 2020-21 Section 1 football season ended four months ago. Football, which usually takes place with practice starting in late August and the state championships culminating at the end of November, had a shortened season with no sectionals o…
Hastings’ Ana Fernandez set a goal a number of years ago to play soccer in college. That goal became a reality this past June when she was accepted into Division III Plymouth State University in Plymouth, N.H.
Usually, a high school football coach will have an off-season that runs from November until the official beginning of practice in mid-August.
In an age of specialization for high school athletes, Irvington rising senior Sara Gavagan is that rarity — a three-sport participant. Gavagan plays basketball, lacrosse, and soccer.
The Irvington girls’ basketball team will have a different feel when they gather for preseason practice in November.
Celebrating a successful return to sports after a lengthy hiatus due to the pandemic, the Irvington Athletic Department concluded the 2020-2021 school year by handing out its awards in late June.
Liam Pakola and lacrosse fit together like a hand and glove. Pakola also made his mark on the soccer and basketball teams before graduating last month from Irvington High School. He will head to the University of California-Berkeley this fall.
During her senior year at Dobbs Ferry, Julia Schwabe was the valedictorian, an all-section lacrosse player, and an all-section basketball player. She also returned to the soccer pitch for the first time since eighth grade. Starting this fall, she will play Division 1 lacrosse at the Universi…
Morgan Fodiman’s vision on the volleyball court and the lacrosse field helped set her apart from other players.
For the past two years, Chris Rotiroti excelled at three sports at Hastings: basketball, football, and lacrosse. Away from the action, he mentored younger players with the hope that they would understand what it means to play a varsity sport and to represent your school and community.
Dobbs Ferry senior Julia Schwabe excelled on the lacrosse field — scoring 69 goals, adding 40 assists, and scooping up 141 groundballs. She excelled in the classroom as well — graduating as the valedictorian of her class. In the fall, she will attend the University of Michigan, where she wil…
Aiden Gemme of Hastings had an eventful first-and-only season of spring track.
After advancing to the Section I doubles tournament semifinals, the Irvington duo of Evi Frechter and Walter Fried are looking ahead to next spring.
For Ardsley, Robert Watson did it all this spring. The senior infielder and pitcher hit .404 with 15 RBIs and added a 3.50 ERA while splitting two decisions on the mound.
When Ardsley rolled to a sweep of the League 2E championships at home on May 26-27, there was one name that jumped off the scoresheet: Maddie Wong.
Irvington senior attackman Liam Pakola can look back upon this season with satisfaction — from a personal standpoint and a team point of view.
This past season was the sixth on the Ardsley varsity golf team for senior Miles Cooperman. Over that time, he rose from a seventh-grader to the number one golfer under head coach Karen McGeory.
For Ardsley senior shortstop Sarah Rende, being named the Enterprise softball player of the year was all “all the sweeter” because the last winner, in both 2018 and 2019, was her sister, Lauren, who now plays for Manhattan College. Last spring, with sports shut down because of the pandemic, …
Jaleel Moody claimed a pair of individual crowns, but it was not enough for Irvington to overcome Valhalla at the Class C sectional championship meet. The host Vikings edged the Bulldogs for the boys’ title by eight points, 133-125, on June 11.
Bronxville’s pedigree showed itself as the second-seeded Broncos dominated top-seeded Irvington for a 19-4 victory in the Section I/Class D championship game on June 12.
Dobbs Ferry’s run through the Section I/Class B tournament ended with a 12-4 semifinal loss at top-seeded Pawling on June 10. The host Tigers received a grand-slam home run and six RBIs from Hailey Smith.
The Irvington doubles team of Evi Frechter and Walter Fried, placed together after a season as the top two singles players for the Bulldogs, advanced to the semifinals of the Section I tournament before bowing out on June 7.
Inclement weather on June 7 forced DOBBS FERRY to wait for its quarterfinal Class B playoff game against 12th-seeded Westlake at Springhurst Elementary School, the home field of the fourth-seeded Eagles.
Despite five goals from Julia Schwabe, and four from Samantha Horsfield, sixth-seeded Dobbs Ferry lost, 13-10, at third-seeded and host Albertus Magnus on June 7 in a Class D quarterfinal.
Top-seeded IRVINGTON notched their 11th straight win with a 17-12 defeat of visiting Dobbs Ferry in the quarterfinals of the Class D playoffs on June 7.
Though Ethan Valle surrendered just one hit, 11th-seeded ARDSLEY lost, 3-2, at sixth-seeded Pearl River in a Class A2 opening-round game on June 5.
Ardsley head coach Karen McGeory, who is retiring after 22 years, received the perfect going-away present when her team won a league title with a 32-shot win over Hastings at Sunningdale Country Club in Scarsdale on June 3.
Irvington rode a quartet of double-winners to a sweep of the League 3C championships on June 1. The Bulldogs hosted the league meet.
The Pakola brothers combined for 22 goals in a trio of wins to extend Irvington’s winning streak to 10 games and improve the team’s record to 11-3.
Irvington’s Jake Bryant and Stuart Graeber combined on a three-hitter as the host Bulldogs defeated The Leffell School, 5-2, on June 1.
Ardsley senior Emily Fitzsimmons scored her 30th goal of the season as the host Panthers lost, 17-5, to Sleepy Hollow on May 27. Fitzsimmons also added an assist, while Morgan Fodiman, Marli Cohen, Claire Tierney, and Lily Moskowitz each tallied once. Tanya Shukla made three saves in goal fo…
Sophomore Catie Cho tossed a no-hitter as Hastings rolled to an 8-0 win at Irvington on May 27. Cho struck out 10 and walked one.
Ardsley rolled to a sweep of the League 2E championships on their home track on May 26-27.
HASTINGS swept the two doubles matches, and picked up a victory at third singles, for a 3-2 win over host Irvington on May 26.
Ardsley improved to 8-1 on the season with a 25-shot win over Edgemont at Sunningdale Country Club in Scarsdale on May 27. Ardsley came in with a 227, while Edgemont totaled 252. Miles Cooperman led the victorious Panthers, who also received a 44 from Alec Levi and Charlie Curtin, a 48 from …