Julia Gabriel

Name: Julia Gabriel
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2004
My name is Julia, but some people call me moonpie. I have lived in Silver Spring all my life and one day I hope to live in Colorado. I have two sisters, two parents and one dog. Occasionally I have a hamster but they tend to die within a few weeks. Things that I am looking forward to include the soccer season, my 8th period class, three day weekends, sleep, and watching Gabe run cross country with his funny head band. I also enjoy guitar and art.

Stories (9)

Blair gymnasts tumble, fall to QO and B-CC

By Julia Gabriel | April 10, 2003, midnight | In Print »

APR 3, BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE HIGH SCHOOL—The gymnastics team placed last for the third time in as many meets, losing to Quince Orchard (QO) and Bethesda-Chevy Chase (B-CC) high schools with a score of 134. The Blazers initially thought they had finished second but later learned of a scoring mistake.

Gymnastics loses at Walter Johnson

By Julia Gabriel | March 31, 2003, midnight | In Print »

The gymnastics team lost to Springbrook, Quince Orchard and Walter Johnson high schools in their second meet of the season on March 27. Blair's 144 points, an improvement since the meet two days before on March 25, was not enough to beat Walter Johnson, which claimed 150 points.

MacKinnon's crazy for swimming

By Julia Gabriel | Feb. 13, 2003, midnight | In Print »

Blair's boys' swim team is undefeated and sits atop Division I, and senior Ian MacKinnon can beat everyone on the team in three out of four strokes. At 5'11” and 170 pounds, he is Blair's fastest and most versatile swimmer.

Odor permeates

By Julia Gabriel | Dec. 19, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Blair's P.E. department has a poor design that causes problems with ventilation, privacy, security and space, all of which make use of the P.E. department somewhat difficult for staff and students, said coaches and teachers.

Ice Hockey breaks losing streak

By Julia Gabriel | Jan. 16, 2002, midnight | In Print »

The ice hockey team beat Seneca Valley High School 5-3, breaking a four game losing streak. The game was in Blair's favor due to the fact that Seneca Valley only had eight players

Ice hockey slaughters Springbrook

By Julia Gabriel | Nov. 30, 1999, midnight | In Print »

The ice hockey team valiantly defeated Springbrook High School 11-1 on Friday night, warranting the mercy rule with four minutes left in the second period. Outstanding leadership and heightened energy helped Blair pull out the tremendous win.

Tough battle yields loss for Ice Hockey

By Julia Gabriel | Nov. 30, 1999, midnight | In Print »

The ice hockey team lost 4-5 to Wootton High School due to poor play in the zone and a lack of intensity at the start of the match. The fast-paced game held both teams and fans in suspense and harbored high tempers.

Ice Hockey slips by Whitman 7-6

By Julia Gabriel | Nov. 30, 1999, midnight | In Print »

Blair's Ice Hockey team narrowly pulled out a 7-6 win against Whitman High School at the Wheaton Inline on Friday, December 6. The offensive line showed much improvement from its previous game but the defense was at times weak.

Ice Hockey drops debut to B-CC

By Julia Gabriel | Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m. | In Print »

The Ice Hockey team suffered an unexpected 6-3 loss in its debut against B-CC at the Wheaton Inline on Dec 3. Extensive penalty time and a shortage of players contributed to Blair's loss.