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 ch…
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.
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 …
With the scoring frenzy that enveloped the boys’ lacrosse scene this spring, Hastings’ Isaac Erez had found a way to fly under the radar. However, the senior midfielder/attackman has been leaving his mark on the field.
Ardsley senior Morgan Fodiman had a week to remember as she scored 17 goals over three games, solidifying her legacy as one of the top players to pass through the Panthers program.
Irvington and Hastings renewed their rivalry this past week by splitting a pair of games, with each team winning at home.
Dobbs Ferry showed it has what it takes to win a close game, besting host Valhalla, 2-1, in nine innings on May 24.
ARDSLEY blanked visiting White Plains, 7-0, on May 20. Alec Dron, Bode Vujnovich, and Anay Mody posted singles wins, while the doubles teams of Eric Biolos and Josh Fader, Sal Balsamo and Kevin Khitrov, Ben Goldstein and Josh Weintraub, and Jake Federbusch and Jason Siglag all had straight s…
Irvington had a handful of individual Northwest Westchester County champions on May 22, but Ardsley’s Maddie Wong stole the show with two first-place performances.
Ardsley continued to put together a solid season as they improved to 7-1 in the past week of play.
Sarah Rende’s looping liner found the grass in shallow left field and sent Sofia Bartko home with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning to give host Ardsley a 2-1 win over Rye on the Panthers’ Breast Cancer Awareness Day on May 15.
Irvington opened the week with a 5-3 loss to visiting Tuckahoe on May 12.
Liam Pakola put his stamp on visiting Irvington’s 17-13 win at Dobbs Ferry on May 14 as the senior attackman scored eight times, raising his career total to 116 goals.
Irvington’s Aine Cleary was on a scoring tear this past week, but her exploits were not enough to lift her team to a victory.
The field was six teams rather than the usual complement of 18, but that did not detract from the excitement at the annual Doc Rasbeck Relays at Irvington High School.
Hastings celebrated Senior Day with a 6-1 win over visiting Ardsley at the Reynolds Field courts on May 14.
HASTINGS put together its best team round in six seasons during a 237-262 win over Tuckahoe at Lake Isle Country Club in Eastchester on May 12.
Hastings quarterback Rob Kennedy opened a lot of eyes this season. The sophomore completed 60 percent of his passes, averaged more than 200 passing yards per game, and tossed 14 touchdowns. The Yellow Jackets finished 4-2, including a win at Edgemont in the third-place bowl game for the Inde…
Rory McNerney leaves Ardsley as one of the volleyball program’s premier players. She was a member of three sectional title teams, including a team that competed in the state finals.
Ashley Polimeno allowed one hit over five innings and helped herself with a pair of doubles, two RBIs, and three runs scored as visiting Dobbs Ferry routed Blind Brook, 21-0, on May 6 in a game halted after five frames.
After host Dobbs Ferry’s 16-6 win over Eastchester on May 5, the Eagles’ record was 3-0.
The combination of a good face-off man and a finisher around the net usually equals success on the lacrosse field.
Whether it be for Ardsley Country Club during the summer, or Ardsley High School during the school year, Rosemary Stamm has been successful.
White Plains overcame a one-run seventh inning deficit by rallying for six runs and escaped with an 11-6 win over host Ardsley on May 6.
The week did not start well for HASTINGS, DOBBS FERRY, and ARDSLEY.
Ardsley's Madeline Wong and Hastings' Aidan Gemme each came home with second-place finishes at the 2021 Glenn D. Loucks Games held at White Plains High School from May 6-8.
ARDSLEY posted a 52-stroke win over HASTINGS on May 6 at Sunningdale Country Club in Scarsdale. The Panthers finished with a 228, while the Yellow Jackets finished with a 280.
Irvington 2, East Ramapo 0: Jake Bryant and Alec Schrader combined on a two-hitter as Irvington opened the season with a 2-0 shutout of visiting East Ramapo on April 30. Bryant went the first four innings, allowing one hit and striking out nine, while Schrader tossed the last three frames, a…
Ardsley 11, Beacon 4: Morgan Fodiman scored four times and dished out two assists, and Emily Fitzsimmons had a hat trick, to pace host Ardsley to an 11-4 opening-day win over Beacon on April 29. Lily Moskowitz, Juliet Stempler, Kacey Bortstein, and Mia Ward each chipped in with one goal for …
Ardsley 5, Nanuet 4: Nikki Macri’s single in the bottom of the seventh inning provided host Ardsley with the winning run in a 5-4 victory over Nanuet on April 28. Sarah Rende had a two-run home run for the victorious Panthers, while Gianna Musca had two hits. Sophia Mangone knocked in the ty…
“We need our new guys to learn on the fly and get into a rhythm early,” DOBBS FERRY head coach Drew Maier summarized. “Our goals are to make playoffs, finish the season with a winning record, and to beat our local rivals. We need our older guys to set the tone and take their scoring chances …
Two years ago, the Ardsley softball team returned home as the state Class B champions. While they won’t get a chance to repeat as state champions, they can still win a third straight sectional crown.
HASTINGS head coach Charles Berger is excited that his players are getting the opportunity to compete this spring, and has set some lofty goals.
Irvington 3, The Leffell School 2: Noah Yin won at third singles and the Bulldogs’ doubles teams each posted victories to seal the match over host Leffell on April 28 in Hartsdale. Yin defeated Joreh Mehl by scores of 6-1 and 6-4, Brett Clinton and Alex Lee bested Joshua Kurlander and Cooper…