Blair's cheer team keeps up the team spirit as the Blazers score their fourth touchdown and finish the game 27 to 7.
Blazers in the student section pass around neon face paint to get everyone involved in the game's theme.
Blair's marching band and color guard preform at the half-time show where Blair leads by 20 points.
Blair's marching band lines up on the sidelines to prepare for the half-time show.
Players get back into formation following a foul.
Players get into formation at the beginning of the second quarter following two consecutive Blair touchdowns.
Magruder attempts to regain team spirit after allowing Blair to gain a 20 point lead in the first quarter.
Blair manages to score two touchdowns in the last minute of the first quarter.
Players run to join the tackle already in progress. Moments before number 2 on the Blazers intercepts a pass and takes it all the way down to the endzone.
The team takes a moment in between plays to huddle up with the coaches.
Cicadas walk along the arm of a bench in single file.
Cicadas spend time on a plant as they wrap their legs around the leaves.
A cicada stares straight ahead as it rests on a bench.
Cole Amaral runs around the track to deliver the baton to the next runner in his relay.
A Blair runner moves down the track to deliver the baton to the next in line for his relay.
Blair runner Audrey Haverland keeps pace with a Walter Johnson runner in the 4x8 relay.
Freshman India Michaud comes up behind a Walter Johnson runner in the 4x8 relay.
The gymnasium of the White Oak Recreation Center has been turned into the vaccination room. Qualifying residents of Montgomery County come to this room after checking in in order to receive their shots.
An eligible Montgomery County resident receives their first dose of the vaccine. Montgomery County as a whole is currently working on vaccinating group 1C which includes, but is not limited to, “health care providers, 75 and older individuals, and mcps officials” says Lukos. How many people get vaccinated daily depends on the vaccine allotment that the country gives to each vaccination site. At the moment, vaccinations are not open to the public and individuals in priority groups are invited to sign up for appointments.
Maryland Medical Reserve volunteers check in those with appointments using PrepMod which is Maryland's Mass Vaccination System. Montgomery County is taking measures to try and ensure equitable distribution of the vaccine - “whoever doesn’t have access to email and those who cannot do the work, there is a phone line that they can call to give information and there is a spreadsheet with all individuals' names. Once they register online, IT and DTS staff are working together as a team and they sort out everyone's lists where they will be placed on priority groups” says Lukos.
A line forms outside of the station where recipients have to confirm their appointment with the volunteers running the vaccination clinic. According to the County, about 22.9% of Montgomery County residents have already received their first dose of the vaccine.
Pictures from the season opener last Friday against Magruder.
The photo staff take a look back at some cool snapshots from Brood X.
Pictures of the Blair track meet versus Walter Johnson.
With vaccine rollout increasing, many people eligible to get the Covid-19 vaccine in Montgomery County travel to the White Oak Recreation center - one of the many MoCo vaccination clinics. This is a quick look into the process of getting a vaccine and how a typical vaccination clinic runs.