Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Tuesday, August 21, 2018 8:08 pm

Greg Kohn

Online Sports Editor
Greg Kohn is a native Marylander. He's lived in one house his whole life, played soccer since before he could talk, and loves to chant "09" when it's really quiet. He hates being called Gregory, and he wishes he were more organized. He was a captain of the JV soccer team as a sophomore and loves cool ranch doritos.

Stories Authored (54)

Major League Baseball preview

Recruiting rollercoaster

Boys' basketball can't defuse Rockets

Boys' basketball fails to break Warriors' defense

BCS Bowl Predictions

Boys' basketball slays Gladiators in second-half rout

BCS or BS?

A sad day for sports

Varsity football falls in season finale, but "accomplished a lot" over the season

Girls' soccer falls in heartbreaking end to season

ACC men's basketball preview 2008-2009

Varsity football succumbs to unbeaten Sherwood

Oh my, how things change in a year

Big-play Blazers rout Northwood

Varsity football shows heart in big win at Blake

New MPSSAA interpretation changes out-of-season policy

Silverlogues: collected, posted, preserved

More P.E., less TV

Baseball loses after unbelievable playoff comeback

Baseball wins with style on Senior night

Varsity baseball falls in eighth inning to defending State finalists

Varsity baseball scores five unanswered for comeback win

Fuddruckers - making a good name for fast food

Varsity baseball falls short despite late rally

Lady Blazers stung hard by Hornets

Varsity boys' basketball represented in county All-Star game

Boys' basketball savors Sweet 16 bid

Boys' basketball outlasts Bengals in overtime for playoff victory

Boys' basketball closes out regular season with win

"Vantage Point" weak from all angles

Historic number of students apply to UMCP

Buzzer beater defeats boys' basketball

"The Hound of the Baskervilles" is far from elementary

Girls' basketball no match for Blake

Boys' basketball drops sixth straight

Blair alumna moves into "Hillaryland"

Blue Devils burn boys' basketball

Gladiators slay Blazers in heartbreaking match

Varsity boys' basketball nominated to appear on television

Blazers run away with season opener

"Enchanted" takes you to happily ever after

Installment of artificial turf in Blazer Stadium postponed to 2009 summer

Football falls in rainy Homecoming

Blair and Northwood: Round Two

Patriots win rainy battle against Blair

Blazers still searching for first win

Slump continues as football falls to Whitman

Tackling the HSAs, one step at a time

One-sided Trojan War for Blair football

Last-minute heartbreak for varsity football

Bengals defeat Blair in home opener

Takoma Park mayor retires

California dreaming may become reality

Berry, Janet

Songs Reviewed (1)

Matchbox TwentyHow Far We've Come
4 stars

Galleries (3) Silverlogged

Pictures (18)

Just a sophomore, Jeff Teague, here shooting over Kyle Singler in Wake's upset over Duke in last year's NCAA tournament, will play with familiar faces as the entire starting squad returns.

<i> Photo courtesy of AP Photo </i>
Current math teacher Milton Roth is pictured teaching in the 1976 Silverlogue.
Actress Goldie Hawn in her senior picture in the 1963 Silverlogue.
The inside cover of the first Silverlogue published at Montgomery Blair in 1936.
Yearbook collector Donna Guiffre presents one of her three libraries.
Donna Guiffre has two shelves worth of Silverlogues among her 2,000 yearbooks.
Two steamy one-pound burgers with perfectly seasoned fries.
The Fuddruckers' register and "Topping Bazaar."
Customers can deck out their sandwiches any way they would like with these free fresh toppings.
Fuddruckers is conveniently located in Downtown Silver Spring, in between Cold Stone Creamery and Z Pizza.
UMCP has reduced the size of its incoming class, despite a surge in the number of applications.
UMCP has reduced the size of its incoming class, despite a surge in the number of applications.
Blair English teacher Kelly O'Connor and her husband, John, were involved with the production of Lumina's "The Hound of Baskervilles."
Takoma Park Mayor Kathy Porter announced that she was not going to run for reelection.