Monday, Feb 26th

The Scarsdale Varsity Ice Hockey Team Scores a Win on Senior Night

Joe SharpeSenior Joe Sharpe on Senior NightThe Scarsdale Ice Hockey team is on a winning streak. After recent games against Mount Pleasant, Rye, and Broome their record is 8-6.  Coached by James Synowiez, John Felix, and Dylan Whit the team consists of 10 Sophomores, 4 Seniors, and 2 Juniors. On January 27th the Scarsdale Ice Hockey senior class players were honored at the home game at EJ Murrays against the Rye Garnets. At the yearly Senior Game, all the seniors are celebrated for their hard work and commitment to the ice hockey team. Posters and banners were hung with each senior's photo, jersey number, and name. Seniors were also awarded a bouquet of flowers before the puck drop.

Once the game began, Rye led with the first goal but shortly after Scarsdale senior Jack Greco, assisted by sophomore Alex Horner, helped put Scarsdale and Rye neck and neck. Rye quickly followed with another goal to end the first period with the score of 1-2. The second period began and Jack Greco scored, once again helping Scarsdale keep the score tied. After no goals were scored during the rest of the second period, sophomore Daniel Zhu, assisted by freshman Lucas Kowalski, helped put Scarsdale in the lead as he scored at the beginning of the third period. Both Rye and Scarsdale worked to their best efforts during the third period, fighting for the win. With only 1 minute left in the game, Daniel Zhu scored, making the final score 4-2, with Scarsdale coming out on top. Senior goalie, Max Siegel continually defended the goal throughout all three periods of the game with a total of 30 saves. 

Sophomores Charlie Starr, Ryan Camhi, and Manager Lilly Derobertis all have enjoyed their first Scarsdale Varsity Ice Hockey season. Ryan said his favorite part about being on the team is being able to bond with new people and teammates through a sport they have all played their entire life. Charlie said he really enjoys earlymorning practices because it gives his team an extra opportunity to continue teamshotTeam Huddlegetting stronger and better. Lilly Derobertis decided to be a manager this year because she has always had a great interest in ice hockey and loves being a part of a team. The hockey team has had a great season and they are excited for the approaching playoffs.

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