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Photo Opps: Scarsdale Athletes

FieldHockyGood news from the field:

The Scarsdale Varsity Field Hockey girls who were recently recognized with awards at the Section 1 Field Hockey Elite Players and Golden Dozen Awards Dinner in Cortlandt Manor, NY. on November 15. The girls finished with a record of 10-6-2 and made it to the section semi finals.

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Abby Glaser - Senior Captain (Golden Dozen winner)

Julia Jamesley - Junior Captain (Elite Player)
Elizabeth Scarcella - Sophomore (Elite Player)
Aliza Mehlman - Junior (Elite Player - Honorable Mention)
Samantha Felder - Junior (Elite Player Honorable Mention)


10UBaseballThe 10u Scarsdale Black team won the championship game in the 10U Central Westchester Baseball Association playoffs!

Scarsdale Varsity A Girls Soccer Players Honored at All Section Award Dinner.

allleagueOn Monday evening, November 13, three Scarsdale Varsity A girls soccer players were honored at the 2017 All Section awards dinner at Colonial Terrace in Cortlandt Manor, NY. The awards dinner occurs annually after the conclusion of the high school soccer season and recognizes the top high school female soccer players in Section 1, which consists of all high schools in Westchester, Rockland, Duchess and Putnam counties in New York State.

The 2017 Scarsdale Varsity A Soccer team was represented by sophomore forward Olivia Bryant, who was named All Section honorable mention; senior co-captain and mid-fielder Carly Rubin, who was named All Section; and junior mid-fielder Allison Stafford, who was named All Section for the second consecutive year. Stafford also received 2017 Player of the Year honors by a vote of the coaches in Conference 1 - League B, which consists of six high schools: Scarsdale, New Rochelle, Mamaroneck, White Plains, Ursuline and Mount Vernon. In describing Rubin's strong 2017 season, head coach Mindy Genovese stated: "She has incredible vision, is tough in the air and on the ground, is composed and a master at switching the point of attack." Regarding Stafford, Coach Genovese stated: "She is tenacious, competitive and intense, with a work ethic that is unmatched. She is a versatile player who makes a huge impact."

2017 was another successful season for Scarsdale's Girls Varsity A Soccer Team, with a 10-3-2 regular season record against a number of strong opponents. This was followed by a win in a shootout in the first round of the Section 1 playoffs against Mamaroneck and a difficult loss in a shootout against arch-rival New Rochelle in the second round. With a number of talented players expected to return in 2018, the team appears to be well positioned next year to contend for the Conference 1 - League B championship and to make an even deeper run in the Section 1 playoffs.

Bruce Beck to Address Young Writers' Workshop

BruceBeckScarsdale Young Writers' Workshop (YWW) will return for its 23rd year on Saturday, November 18, 2017, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, at Scarsdale Middle School. All Scarsdale third, fourth, and fifth grade students and residents are invited for this exciting event to meet award-winning authors, sports writers, journalists, bloggers, illustrators and more. Students experience real-life writing activities in a small group setting, as well as gain a better understanding of a day in the life of a writer.

Registration for YWW will open Sunday, October 29, 2017, and run through Monday, November 6, 2017. Links to the catalog, additional information about workshop leaders, and the registration are available through the Scarsdale Parent Teacher (PT) Council website here.

The day begins with a keynote address, this year delivered by Bruce Beck, Lead Sports Anchor WNBC-TV. Beck is in his 20th year with NBC 4 New York. In addition to being the station's Lead Sports Anchor, he is also the host of NBC 4's popular Sunday night sports show "Sports Final." Beck is the host and sideline reporter for New York Giants pre-season football. The versatile sportscaster has covered a multitude of events for NBC 4 including five Super Bowls and seven Olympics. In March 2017, Beck was awarded the Jessica Savitch Award of Distinction for Excellence in Journalism by his alma mater, Ithaca College. Beck has won eight New York Sports Emmys and was named New York State Sportscaster of the Year eight times, including six in a row from 2007 through 2012. He also received the honor in 2014 and 2015.

Participants are encouraged to bring new or gently used children's books, in English or Spanish for ages 5-12, on the day of the event. Collections will be given to My Sisters' Place, a non-profit organization with a mission to end violence in intimate relationships and combat the effects of domestic violence and human trafficking on women, men, and children throughout Westchester County.

All questions about this event can be directed to the YWW Co-Chairs, Felicia Block and Leah Dembitzer at writers10583@gmail.com.

About the PT Council:

PT Council, the umbrella organization over all seven Scarsdale PTA units, informs and advises the Scarsdale PTAs as they fulfill their mission of promoting the welfare of Scarsdale students. It is a separate entity with its own elected officers and committees and/or committee chairs who coordinate and facilitate communication among the chairs of the respective committees within each PTA unit. PT Council sponsors a variety of enrichment programs, speaker panels, and activities for students and their families, in addition to several events that are open to the entire Scarsdale community including the Sports Swap (March 2018) and STEAM Day (April 2018). For more information, click here

Wedding Bells for Brittany Falow (SHS '10)

BrittanyBrittany Falow (SHS '10) married Benjamin Rosenbaum of Newton, Mass on October 24, 2017 at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase. Brittany is the daughter of Lance and Lori Falow of Scarsdale. Arielle Shemesh, Allie Ellman, Casey Russo and Emily Michaels, all Scarsdale childhood friends, were bridesmaids. Brittany teaches 1st Grade at the scarsdalefriendsDalton School in Manhattan.

Painting the Town in Scarsdale Village

boonanaWe strolled the Village on Sunday to watch the painting in progress. Kids looked like they were having fun and parents were enjoying sidewalk sunbathing. While the young artists were busy at work on their window paintings, several charities were out raising funds for good causes.

We chatted with these young men from the Lion's Heart Service Organization, a national teen service organization that provides a platform for kids to serve. There are currently eight groups in Scarsdale. On Sunday they were running a bake sale to raise funds for hurricane victims. The day yielded $500 for the American Red Cross.




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The Scarsdale High School H.E.L.P. Animals Club, under the supervision of SHS French teacher Madame Bell, ran a big bake sale in front of DeCicco's as well. Madame Bell was reunited with some of her former students, some with children of their own. She remembers everyone!

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