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 Sophomore guard Eleanor Cook drops back to defend. Hannah Rapp
Sophomore guard Eleanor Cook drops back to defend.

Girls’ Basketball clinches hard-fought victory over Springbrook

Despite early blunders, the Girls’ Basketball team (4-0) found their focus in the second half, mounting a comeback built on intimidating offensive play to narrowly defeat the Springbrook Blue Devils (0-2), by a score of 35-31.

Boys’ Basketball overcomes turnovers, downs Wheaton

Coming off a road loss earlier in the week, the Blazers (2-1) knew they couldn't underestimate the Wheaton Knights (1-2). While the Knights hung around for the first three quarters of the game, the Blazers were able to eventually pull away and win comfortably 59-42.

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Girls' Basketball overtakes Kennedy in first home game of the season

In what became an aggressive, closely-matched game, the Girls' Basketball team (2-0) stepped up their offensive play late to beat the Kennedy Cavaliers (0-1) in their first home game, with a final score of 43-36.

Boys' Basketball takes down Northwood to open the season

In front of a nearly packed gym, the the boys’ basketball team (1-0) overcame nerves and anxiousness to beat the Northwood Gladiators (0-1) in their season opener 71-52.

Winter Sports Preview

Blair's winter sports teams look to continue their success from previous years.

Northwest eliminates Blair from the playoffs

On a blisteringly cold Friday night in Germantown, the Blazers (8-3) took the field for the last time this season, some for the last time ever, with hopes to upset the mighty Northwest Jaguars (10-1) on the road in the first round of the playoffs. Things didn't end up as Blair hoped however, as the game ended with a 38-3 loss but the Blazers were still able to realize how far they had come this season.

Girls' soccer falls to B-CC in first playoff game

The Blazers (5-8-1) lost 4-0 to the Bethesda Chevy-Chase Barons (12-3) on Friday night, ending their season on a bittersweet note. Though the scoreboard may not have reflected it, the Blazers put up an unrelenting fight through the entirety of the game.
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Smaller tournaments outshone by the grand slams

What makes a smaller tennis tournament different? Is it the low-key culture behind these smaller WTA and ATP tournaments, or the lack of substantial ranking points and prize money?

What you need to know about the World Cup

SCO is here to offer you a complete guide for the upcoming World Cup, featuring all the teams, the history and some predictions that will turn anyone from a soccer nube into an football phenom.

Even strength woes plaguing Capitals early on

The Washington Capitals had high expectations coming into the 2013-2014 season. Second year coach Adam Oates would get his first full training camp, and before a disappointing seven game playoff loss to the Rangers last year, the Capitals surged in the last 19 games of last season, through which they went 15-2-2.