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Gardi Royce

Page Editor
Gardi hails from the wine country in California. He is a surfer who enjoys calm nights on a peaceful sunset sailing in a boat. He is a amateur blackjack dealer who spends his free time in dark casinos with old men. His favorite book is The Witch of Blackbird Pond and he is an avid fan of the Godfather trilogy. He loves laughing and one time won a joke contest out of his entire town. One year he fell in love with a gypsy from Romania and their love has continued to flourish though the cultural restraints make it hard to continue. His home will one day be on the beach in the Bahamas with a large mansion boat.

Stories Authored (35)

Blazers claw past Wild Cats in frantic finish

Vexed by the Capital Curse

Struggling to maintain Chips' diversity

Chips Trips: Curling

Blair drops 12th straight against Rockville

Boys' basketball falls to Warriors

Tensions rise as Colonels down Blazers 66-39

Blazers fail to compete against superior Blue Devils

Dress to kill the winter chill

Advertising for a moral standard

Blazers outlast Rockets in late-game showdown

In protecting athletes, colleges can't be fickle with sickle

A tale of two Chips: Silver edition

Fall Sports Update 2010

Best of Blair Sports

Spending the night of their lives logged onto a virtual world

Communicating Blazer interests

Rockets fly too high for Blazers

Boys' basketball conquers Sherwood, 53-47

Trojans out-play Blazers 62-49 on senior night

Blazers recount the greatest show on turf

Blue Devils exploit talent gap to beat Blazers 49-31

Warriors defeat reeling Blazers 57-48

Knights conquer Blazers 52-48

Shout out your name with pride

Beyond the Boulevard

Blazers drop third straight in home loss

Cavaliers outlast Blazers in hard-fought showdown

Varsity boys' basketball falls to Clarksburg in season opener

Grading the grades

Athlete of the Week: Kelly Pelz-Butler, Girls' Varsity Soccer

'Seven Keys' initiative launched

Varsity girls' soccer falls to Barons 2-0

"Extract" is excruciatingly bland

Girls' varsity soccer opens strong with win over Northwest

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