Blair had a postseason for the ages this spring, with historic success across several of the nine spring sports.
The Montgomery Blair Blazers (5-4) earned a huge win against the Magruder Colonels (4-7) at home on Wednesday night. The Blazers played well from the start, putting pressure on the Magruder defense and capitalizing on turnovers. Magruder kept the game close and competitive in the first half, but Blair's offense was relentless in the second half, winning countless faceoffs, dominating possession and getting shots at every opportunity to win an important game.
On a windy afternoon, the Wootton Patriots (4-2) defeated the Blazers (0-5) 17-0. Despite the Blazers' best efforts, the Patriots' offense was unstoppable.
On an overcast Saturday afternoon, the boys' lacrosse team (5-4) took on the Blake Bengals at home. The Blazers fought hard, staying with the Bengals for the entire first half. However, final score was 10-4 in favor of the Bengals.
On a crisp Wednesday evening, Blair's boys' lacrosse team (1-1) fell to the Quince Orchard Cougars (2-0) at home by a score of 16-4.
In their sixth game of the season, the Blair boys' lacrosse team (3-3) dominated Paint Branch (2-4), taking and holding on to an early lead for a final score of 15-5. The young Blair team has continued to refine their communication and offensive skills, playing a strong all-around game that served as a sign for a good finish to the season.
The Blair boys' lacrosse team (1-2) dominated the game and pulled out a victory over the Gaithersburg Trojans (0-3) in the third game of the season with a score of 6-1.
The energy level was high as a sizable number of students, teachers and parents came out to support the varsity boys' lacrosse (5-6) senior night game against the Einstein Titans (7-4). The Blazers came out on top, defeating the Titans, 7-6.
The boys' varsity lacrosse team (4-4) team defeated the Kennedy Cavaliers (1-7) 16-4 on Tuesday night. The game was a breeze for the Blazers, as they ran circles around Kennedy and only gave up a few goals early in the game.
The boys' varsity lacrosse team (3-2) beat the Blake Bengals by a score of 8-4 in their fifth game of the season. Despite some setbacks in focus, the Blazers were able to power their way through Blake's scrappy defense and hold off their offense in the third and fourth quarters.
The boys' varsity lacrosse team (2-2) defeated the Northwood Gladiators (1-2) by a score of 10-3 in the fourth game of the season. The Blazers built their lead throughout the game with steady defense and an explosive offense that Northwood could not corral.
Despite a strong start, the boys' varsity lacrosse team (0-2) fell to the B-CC Barons (1-1) by a final score of 14-4. The Blazers struggled offensively, especially in the second half, and were unable to make plays at crucial moments.
It's been a rough season, but the varsity boys' lacrosse team (3-11) had plenty of reasons to smile following an 8-4 debunking of the Einstein Titans (2-9) on Thursday night.
Blair (2-8) lost its fifth straight game on Wednesday night, falling to the Northwest Jaguars (3-8) by a score of 8-3. Just a week prior to the game, Blair lost to the Jaguars in a tournament 14-8.
The Blazers won one of the most exciting Blair lacrosse games to date in a 7-6 double-overtime win over Paint Branch on Wednesday.
The varsity boys' lacrosse team (0-1) fell to the Whitman Vikings (1-0) by a score of 13-3 in the season opener on Monday night.
The varsity boys' lacrosse team (0-1) fell to the Whitman Vikings (1-0) by a score of 13-3 in the season opener on Monday night. Whitman's offense was too much for a depleted Blazer defensive line, and senior goalie Kit Durban was under constant fire from Viking offense.
After a three-game winning streak, the boys' varsity lacrosse team (3-2) was routed Thursday night, falling to the Blake Bengals (2-3) but bitterly fighting to the end in the 9-1 loss.
As the rain fell in sheets Friday night, the boys' lacrosse team seized the opportunity to avenge last season's stinging 2-0 playoff loss to the Springbrook Blue Devils, Blair's traditional rivals. After an initial deficit the Blazers dominated, blowing past Springbrook in a 9-4 win.
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