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Irvington was undefeated this season, with a record of 8-0-1, as was the team’s number one singles player, senior Charlotte Calick, who won all nine of her matches, earning the Enterprise’s girls’ tennis player of the year title for the third straight season.

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The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced on Dec. 11 the cancellation of all 2021 Winter State Championships and the postponement of all high-risk sports until state officials grant authorization. 

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Caroline Anderson, Hastings – The senior sweeper held the Jackets’ defense together. Anderson has a good read on the field and was able to stop breakaways that escaped midfielders and defenders.

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Coaches of the low- and moderate-risk sports are sitting out this month with a feeling of unease about the start of their season, which was pushed back from Nov. 30 to Jan. 4. The sports affected were bowling, skiing, indoor track and field, and fencing.

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Dobbs Ferry’s Erin Hogan fulfilled two dreams in recent months. She signed a national letter of intent to continue her education and soccer career at Division 1 Binghamton University and she played with her high school team.

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Ardsley senior Sarah Rende hopes to play her final high school softball season this spring. In the meantime, she can begin planning her college career on the diamond after committing to Division 1 Binghamton University in November. The Bearcats play in the America East Conference.

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The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced that the start date for high-risk winter sports — basketball, competitive cheer, ice hockey, and wrestling — will be moved from Nov. 30 to Jan. 4.

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