Discussing the best ways to improve your fantasy squad before the playoffs
The NCAA made a new rule that will allow athletes to make money off their name, image and likeness starting in 2023. California was the first to pass this law, leading the NCAA in the right direction.
SCO predicts NFL awards and outlines the playoff picture for the second half of the season
After a week of picks, all of our Sportsologists are doing well! Billy currently has the lead with 12 correct picks, but it's too early to determine a real frontrunner. Week 3 has some great games for us to predict including the hometown Ravens taking on the Kansas City Chiefs. We will see who comes out on top of this week's predictions. Wish us luck!
Welcome to SCO's 2019 rendition of weekly NFL predictions. We've got a great lineup of sportsologists this year: Andrew, returning from last year, as well as Alex, Lucie, Sam and Billy. We missed week one, due to it being the first week of school, but we're ready for an exciting week two and a great rest of the season!
This year's draft is one of the most top heavy in recent years with three potential superstars projected to go in the top five picks.
The restaurants at Four Corners have more than just your regular order
A wide variety of students joined intramural soccer in its second year at Blair
After a two-year wait the sequel to "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" has finally arrived
Winter coaches introduced themselves to the parents of new student-athletes
The orchestras played a number of spooky songs in their fall performance
Long Lam immigrated from Vietnam and had to adjust to school in the United States
Blazers win their division for the third year in a row
Blazers put up a show of school spirit in anticipation of the home football game against Einstein
College admissions representatives offered tips about the college application process
On September 5, the boy’s varsity soccer team beat the Rockville Rams 2-1 with a late comeback push to start their season off 1-0.The last year when these two teams met it ended in a 3-3 draw, but this year Blair was able to take the win.
On Sept. 12, the boys' varsity soccer team lost 3-0 to Whitman in a tough match. Blair fought hard throughout the entire game, but Whitman was able to capitalize on the Blazers' mistakes and pull away with the win.
Twenty five of Blair's junior varsity (JV) and varsity wrestlers left on June 27th to depart for Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania to go to wrestling camp for four days.
After 14 years, our favorite childhood heroes, The Incredibles, are back