Reopening rallies put all protesters and non-protestors at risk and aren't anywhere near worth the risk of human lives
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, sports leagues have been halted and the future is unknown
Missing out on the school or club seasons could mean a missed opportunity for most players
Northwestern HS counselor and basketball coach has died from the coronavirus
Worrell becomes the first Blair player since Brian Magner in the 1970s to reach 1,000 varsity career points
Wootten is just one of five high school basketball coaches in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame
The expanded playoff could include six or more teams
Kobe Bryant may be gone, but his impact on the world lives on
The boys' team won the Boardwalk Classic and the girls' team won the Dave Griffith Memorial Shootout Tournament over winter break
SCO's predictions with about a quarter of the season gone
Captains Zaire Cooper and Chris Watkins plan to commit to a collegiate team in the near future
The sports videographer draws huge crowds at local sporting events
Montgomery County is getting its first Hip Hop Fish and Chicken restaurant at the Briggs Chaney Center
After several controversial calls in the 2019 World Series, support for robot umpires has risen
Senior night for a sport is always a bittersweet moment for seniors leaving their team. Players collect countless memories that they will never forget, from hanging out with teammates to representing their schools in games throughout their Blair career.
Blazers win the Battle of the Boulevard to advance to state playoffs
The Blair boys' soccer team (7-6) defeated the Paint Branch Panthers (1-11-1) in overtime by a score of 3-2 on Oct. 26.
On Oct. 19, the Blazers' varsity football team (4-3) defeated the Kennedy Cavaliers (2-5) by a score of 14-13 after being shut out in their last three games.
On Oct. 14 at around 8:49 a.m., Montgomery County Police Officer Thomas J. Bomba died from a self-inflicted wound in the parking garage at the corner of Fenton Street and Ellsworth Drive in Downtown Silver Spring.
Two players transferred from Blair to new schools this summer
The Blazers remain undefeated in conference play
Back-up players fulfill an often overlooked, but crucial role for their team
Blazers even out their record to 3-3
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!
The Blazers are shut out and fall to 2-2
Goals from Ryan Halli and Walter Sosa gave the Blazers their first win of the season
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!
Red flag laws, universal background checks, bans on assault weapons and large magazines are necessary to decrease gun violence
Tom Shadyac's directing causes a rollercoaster of emotions
The best performances based on acquisitions and their future impact
Four Blair track runners competed in the distance medley relay