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Girls' basketball hires new coach

The Blair Athletics Department recently hired John F. Kennedy High School security assistant Carlos Smith as the girls' basketball head coach after Erin Conley, the previous coach, stepped down.

Girls' basketball without coach

Blair teacher Erin Conley stepped down as the varsity girls’ basketball coach and the team is currently in search of a coach for the 2015-2016 winter season.

Blazers come up just short against Whitman

In front of an electric crowd, the Blazers went on the road and played the Vikings even throughout the game before coming up just short at the end, and ultimately falling 41-40.

Girls' Basketball falls to Sherwood Warriors

The girls' varsity basketball team (10-5) fell Tuesday night to the Sherwood Warriors (6-8) in a low scoring game that finished 38-34.

Girls' Basketball beats Rockets in comeback fashion

The girls' varsity basketball team (7-1) overcame a bad start to defeat the Richard Montgomery Rockets (3-4) in a statement game on Monday night.

Girls' basketball routs Knights at home

The girls' varsity basketball team (2-1) demonstrated their superiority last Friday night in a commanding 51-27 victory against the Wheaton Knights (0-2).

Girls' basketball dominates Gladiators to open season

The girls' varsity basketball team (1-0) opened the season with a commanding 46-13 victory over the Northwood Gladiators (0-1).

Girls' basketball beats Kennedy in final seconds

In the last seven seconds of the game, junior Shannon Healy pulled through in the clutch and led the Blazers (7-10) to a 39-37 victory against Kennedy (11-7).

Lady Blazers edged out by Wildcats

After a hard-fought three quarters, things were looking up for the Blazers (1-2) when sophomore Liza Curcio tied the game 32-32 against Walter Johnson (3-0) with seven minutes left in regulation.

Ninth grade English adopts common core standards

The English department began implementing a curriculum based on the Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI) for ninth grade this school year.
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