Goals from Ryan Halli and Walter Sosa gave the Blazers their first win of the season
Elijah Geist (Junior), number 14, speeds down the field.
Wilmer Garcia (Junior), number 2, focuses to settle a ball in the a
Wilmer Garcia (Junior), number 2, spins towards the goal.
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.
Silas Reitsma (Junior), number 22, chips a long ball into the 18-yard box.
On Sept. 12, the boys' varsity soccer team lost 3-0 to Whitman in a tough match. Blair fought hard throughout the entire game, but Whitman was able to capitalize on the Blazers' mistakes and pull away with the win.
Whether as a player on the field or a spectator in the stands, being on a winning team is a fantastic feeling. The players give it their all, the spectators yell and cheer, the parents hold their breath and the clock winds down. Then it's over. The buzzer goes off and all that exciting energy is dispersed over the crowd as people cheer and hug, and players and coaches alike high five and celebrate.
The Blair Blazers (8-4-2) boys' varsity soccer team suffered a 2-1 loss to the Churchill Bulldogs (8-4-2) in the first round of playoffs Thursday. Blair held a one goal lead throughout the first half, conceding a goal in the second and a goal during the first overtime period.
The Blair Blazers (7-2-1) lost a hard fought game against the Whitman Vikings (8-2-1) 2-0 on Tuesday night. Both teams remained strong defensively, but Blair struggled to gain momentum in the attacking half.
The Blair boys' varsity soccer team (2-0) defeated Springbrook Thursday night with a crucial last minute goal from Austin Kokkinakis to secure the 1-0 victory. The outcome of Blair's win over Springbrook was unpredictable up until the game's final moments.
Blair varsity boys soccer (10-1) beat the Walter Johnson Wildcats (9-1) 2-0 to bounce back from their 2-1 home loss to Whitman the game before. The victory boosted Blair into first place in the south division over the formerly undefeated Wildcats.
The Blair Blazers (12-1) beat the Sherwood Warriors (3-5-1) 2-0 Tuesday night. The Blazers dominated throughout the game, keeping the ball in their opponent's half for the vast majority of the match. This game was Blair's senior night and the last home game before playoffs.
Blair varsity boys' soccer (8-0) beat the Einstein Titans (6-2) 4-0 in a heated game that was close until the end. Throughout the game it looked as if the Blazers might lose their perfect record, but strong performances from senior forwards Sean Munroe and Jimmy McMillian led to late goals that eventually won Blair the game.
The Blair varsity boys' soccer team (3-0) brought a hot Tuesday afternoon to a close with a 4-1 victory over Northwood (1-3). Blair remained unfazed despite injuries and their opponent's tough defensive tactics.
Boys' varsity soccer (3-4-2) was unable to defeat Paint Branch (4-6) in a disappointing loss on Tuesday with a final score of 4-1. While Blair's energy picked up towards the end of the game, the team couldn't overcome Paint Branch's early lead.
Boys varsity soccer (3-1-4) easily defeated Northwood (1-5) under a grey cloudy sky on Monday evening. Northwood's defense was strong, but not strong enough to hold back a determined Blair team. Blair's offense had control of the ball for the majority of the game and managed to secure a significant lead during the first half of play.
Varsity boys' soccer (2-1-1) defeated Kennedy (0-3) in overtime by a score of 5-4. Blair managed to stay calm and work together despite injuries, a red card, and a determined Kennedy team in an exciting game on Wednesday evening.
After losing its season opener to Quince Orchard, the boys' varsity soccer team (1-1) beat the B-CC Barons (0-1) in their home opener by a score of 3-1. The Blazers were without head coach John Haigh who received a red card after a heated argument in the team's game last Friday.
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