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Irvington 18, Croton-Harmon 0: Trevor Annicharico scored three TDs and rushed for 177 yards on 34 carries to lead the visiting Bulldogs to the shutout of Croton-Harmon on March 20.

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Two-time defending sectional champion SHEDI was finally back in the pool on March 16, almost seven months late after the fall season was scrapped because of the Covid-19 pandemic. But the team showed it was still in top form, winning six of the 10 contested races and defeating Ursuline, 89-79.

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While there is no senior season on the mat for Irvington’s Ian Schwam, the defending 145-pound Division 2 sectional champion still can celebrate news that he will continue his education and wrestling career at New York University this fall.

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After receiving a full-scholarship offer from Syracuse University in late January, Ardsley junior guard Nicole Sanfilippo has given her verbal commitment to join that school’s women’s basketball program, led by head coach Quentin Hillsman, in the fall of 2022. Sanfilippo sent word upstate on…

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During his post-Super Bowl LV press conference, Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive lineman Ali Marpet, a 2011 graduate of Hastings High School, used the word “unbelievable” to describe his team’s 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

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The high-risk sports of basketball and ice hockey are up and running in the Rivertowns. Wrestling, however, will have to wait until next year to make a comeback as none of the districts approved that sport, which involves almost non-stop contact.

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Nicole Sanfilippo has the distinction of being the first Ardsley girls’ basketball player to be offered a full D-1 scholarship from a Power Five school — Syracuse. The official offer was made in late January.

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