Once again the Blair stage managed to bedazzle its audience with creative sets that simulated professional designs and a variety of interesting lighting selections for its production of Pericles. However the Shakespearean plot made for a complicated tale of love, adventure, and crime that that did not allow the actors to captivate the audience.
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.
Tyler Wilchek and Patrick Detzner placed second and third in the 50-yard freestyle event at the Montgomery County Championship meet on Saturday. Wilchek was one of only two swimmers to record a time under 23 seconds, a threshold he broke for the first time last weekend at divisionals. "[Wilchek] is in the very top tier in the 50 freestyle,” says coach David Swaney. "He just keeps getting faster and faster.”
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.
Blair has instituted a new fire drill policy for the new school year in which students are seated with their homeroom classes during a drill, rather than with the classes they have that period. This policy was in effect during the fire drill last Friday.
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.
No one saw it coming but there it was. When Blazers got up on Tuesday they found snow on the ground and ice on their car windows. However, with the exception of a burst pipe, the school day went as planned. Now there's a prediction of more to come. Are the weather people on target this time? Stay tuned to find out . . .
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