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Amanda Flores picks up a groundball. Miles Royce
Amanda Flores picks up a groundball.

Girls’ lacrosse routs Einstein

A cold Friday night proved to be no obstacle for Blair’s girls’ lacrosse team (1-2) as they defeated the Einstein Titans (0-3) by a final score of 13-5. The Blazers took the lead early and dominated for the rest of the game.

Boys' lacrosse falls to the Cougars

On a crisp Wednesday evening, Blair's boys' lacrosse team (1-1) fell to the Quince Orchard Cougars (2-0) at home by a score of 16-4.

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Boys’ tennis bests Sherwood

The Blair boys varsity tennis team (1-2) prevailed over the Sherwood Warriors (0-2) in the season home opener. After two straight losses to divisional power houses Wooton and Whitman, the Blazers were able to beat a weaker Sherwood team 5-2, mainly because of strong singles play. The boys singles completed a sweep, winning all four matches.

Boys' volleyball vanquishes Whitman

The Blair boys' varsity volleyball team (1-1) won a three set game against the Whitman Vikings (0-1) finishing with a score of 25-21, 25-15, 25-22.

Softball suffers narrow loss against Northwest

The girls’ varsity softball team (1-1) suffered its first loss in its second game of the season against the Northwest Jaguars (2-0).

Girls' Basketball eliminated from playoffs by BCC

Despite an intense first half and consistently strong defensive play, Friday's game against BCC (10-10-1) put the Blazers (7-13) out of the playoffs with a final score of 56-41.

Boys' basketball falls in playoffs to Kennedy

The Blair boys’ basketball team (9-11) fell to the Kennedy Cavaliers (13-11) in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday afternoon 53-46, bringing their season to an unfortunate end. The game felt much closer than the seven point difference indicates.
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Manchester United poised for a top four finish

After placing seventh in the English Premier League (EPL), Manchester United is coming off of one of its worst seasons in years. Under new management and with the addition of a few key players, however, United's prospects of finishing in the top four are improving.

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.