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Check out the season recap of Blair basketball. Rohan Oprisko
Check out the season recap of Blair basketball.

Basketball Season Recap

The Boys’ and Girls’ basketball teams seasons are coming to an end with the playoffs in clear view. With records of (9-10) and (7-13) the Blazers are trying to bring their best to the biggest games of the season.

Girls' Basketball foiled by Vikings

In what became a physical and tough-matched game, The Blazers (13-7) struggled to match the Vikings (20-0) in offensive consistency and were unable to secure a win, resulting in a final score of 67-35.

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Girls’ Basketball bested by Bulldogs

A promising start wasn’t enough to keep the Blazers (5-10) in the lead in Friday’s game against the Churchill Bulldogs (13-3) that ended with a final score of 37-55.

Girls' Basketball shuts down Rockets

For the second time this season, Blair found themselves facing the Richard Montgomery Rockets but unlike their first game, the Blazers came out soundly on top on Tuesday, with a final score of 50-38.

Boys Basketball roughs up Churchill

On Friday night, the Boy’s basketball team (7-9) grabbed an impressive win over the Churchill Bulldogs (3-13), 52-45. The Blazers were without big man Ishmael Sangre, but were still able to overcome Churchill’s size advantage in one of the most impressive wins of the season.

Boys Basketball loses heartbreaker to Sherwood

Everything that could possibly go wrong at the end of a basketball game, ended up doing so for the Blazers on Tuesday night. The Sherwood Warriors (9-6) capitalized on a couple of late Blair (6-9) mistakes and used an 11-2 run to grab a huge come from behind win 55-52.

Boy’s basketball powers through Paint Branch

Coming home off two close losses, the Blair boys’ basketball team (8-6) stepped up the energy and disposed of the Paint Branch Panthers (5-8) 69-59.
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