Outside junior Brooklynn Prince blocks the ball at the net. Photo courtesy of Jonas Laufer.
Blair's POMS performs for 'Dig Pink' event during the game. Photo Courtesy of Cat R.
Outside hitter senior Emma Weinstein hits the ball as Sherwood's blocks go up. Photo Courtesy of Cat R.
The Blazers’ senior night game resulted in another shutout as a result of brilliant defensive play
Players move to the offensive side of the field. Photo courtesy of Colin Lederer, Silver Chips Print photographer
An uneventful first half slowed Blazers down, but they managed to come out with a win
The Blazers won their final division game against the Sherwood Warriors this week.
Senior Alli Freeman-O'Neill races towards the goal.
The Blazers' strong performance leads to a 3-0 win
Blair’s defensive players prevent opponents from scoring throughout the game
The Blazers cheer their teammates on from the sidelines.
The Blazers lost to Sherwood in a tight 1-3 game
MCPS should allow in-person fall sports practices for the remainder of the first semester
The Blazers start playoffs strong with a 53-41 victory over the Blue Devils
The Blazers beat the Jaguars by a score of 56-27
The Warriors beat the Blazers by a score of 45-34
MCPS is the only county in the nation that acknowledges handball as a varsity corollary sport
The Blazers defeated the Panthers 8-0 to advance to the regional final
The Blazers defeat Walter Johnson in a nail biting five sets
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.
Elijah Geist (Junior), number 14, speeds down the field.
Wilmer Garcia (Junior), number 2, focuses to settle a ball in the a
Walter Sosa (Junior), number 4, dribbles the ball across the field.
Elijah Geist (Junior), number 14, takes a quick throw-in towards the end of the game.
The Blair Blazers (10-5) lost to the Magruder Colonels (5-12) 45-44 in the final seconds of Tuesday's girls basketball game. Blair got off to a great start, earning a 27-8 lead through superior physicality and rebounding in the first half, but numerous turnovers in the second half let the Colonels back into the game.
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