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Tag: Girls Basketball

Blazer girls down RM with defense in 51-38 win

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.

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.

Girls' basketball keeps Bengals at bay

Tuesday’s game became representative of everything the Blazers (7-5) have been striving for all season, as the team stepped up to defeat the Blake Bengals (6-6) by playing tight defense and aggressive offense.

Girls' Basketball overtakes Kennedy in first home game of the season

In what became an aggressive, closely-matched game, the Girls' Basketball team (2-0) stepped up their offensive play late to beat the Kennedy Cavaliers (0-1) in their first home game, with a final score of 43-36.

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).

Girls' basketball overmatched by Barons

It didn’t look good for the Blazers (1-3), when only three minutes into the game the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Barons (2-1) were already up by 7 points. From then on forward the Blazers were just playing catch-up as they fell 60-43.

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.

Winter Sports Preview: 2012-2013

Winter sports are back as the 2012-2013 season gets off to a rousing start.

Girls' basketball falls to undefeated Gaithersburg

It was an emotional night for the Lady Blazers as they fell to the defending Maryland State champs, Gaithersburg, by a final score of 64-42. The Blazers held up against the undefeated Trojans for the first half of the game but fell apart in the third quarter and weren’t able to bring it together.
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