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Quarterback Desmond Colby drops back to launch a pass. Miles Royce
Quarterback Desmond Colby drops back to launch a pass.

Blair varsity football demolishes Springbrook

In their fourth game of the season, Blair football (3-1) tore apart Springbrook (0-4) in a game that ended 40-18. Although marred by an 18-minute blackout and a medical issue in the stands, the Blazers worked together and played hard throughout the entire game.

Boys' soccer secures overtime win against Kennedy

Varsity boys' soccer (2-1-1) defeated Kennedy (0-3) in overtime by a score of 5-4. Blair managed to stay calm and work together despite injuries, a red card, and a determined Kennedy team in an exciting game on Wednesday evening.

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Girls' Volleyball suffers a close defeat to Sherwood

The Blair girls' varsity volleyball team (5-2) played a long and intense match against the Sherwood Warriors (11-0), but was ultimately defeated. The match was tough from the get-go as both teams played their all; the scores for the three sets were 18-25, 19-25, and 19-25.

Boys' soccer triumphs over Northwood 4-1

Boys varsity soccer (3-1-4) easily defeated Northwood (1-5) under a grey cloudy sky on Monday evening. Northwood's defense was strong, but not strong enough to hold back a determined Blair team. Blair's offense had control of the ball for the majority of the game and managed to secure a significant lead during the first half of play.

Girls' tennis leaves Northwest in the dust

The Blair girls' varsity tennis team had an easy win over Northwest in their final divisional game, rendering them divisional champions for the second year in a row. The Blazers (7-2) won six out of the seven matches they played against the Jaguars (2-6).

Field Hockey Crushes Wheaton

Blair varsity field hockey (3-2) defeated the Wheaton Knights (4-3) Wednesday evening, winning 3-0. The Blazers got off to a slow start, but rallied in the second half with aggressive offense and tight defense.

Girls' soccer team loses by one goal in hard-fought game

The Blazers (2-4) brought speed, aggression and strength to the game against Richard Montgomery (3-1) on Friday night, coming up just short with a 2-1 loss.
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Even strength woes plaguing Capitals early on

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