SCARSDALE, N.Y. - Three Rockland County schools (Suffern, Clarkstown North and Clarkstown South) have been playing boys volleyball for the last five years, but this season Scarsdale High School is making history - fielding Westchester County's first-ever boys volleyball team.
The three Rockland teams have been having their own sectional tournament, with the champ advancing to state tournament play, just like other sports.
Now with four teams in the section, those four will play each other five times during the season, then have a four-team playoff tournament to decide a sectional champ (South is the defending sectional champ).
At least three more Westchester schools -- Eastchester, Greeley and Ardsley -- are in the midst of discussions, or are on the cusp of adding boys teams as well, according to Scarsdale coach Jim Williams.
Watch the video to see Daily Voice talk to Williams and Raiders team captain Jeremy Wolfe about the new team and the inaugural season.