Blair had a postseason for the ages this spring, with historic success across several of the nine spring sports.
In a hard-fought game, the Blazers (2-1) defeated the Rockville Rams (0-3) 12-10.
A cold Friday night proved to be no obstacle for Blair's girls' lacrosse team (1-2) as they defeated the Einstein Titans (0-3) by a final score of 13-5. The Blazers took the lead early and dominated for the rest of the game.
Before the game there was the ceremony with the seniors and their parents. After the game was the ceremony with the seniors and their teammates. And in between all these festivities the Blair girls' varsity lacrosse team (7-2) easily beat the Springbrook Blue Devils (3-5) 13-3.
In a matchup of two Montgomery County girls' lacrosse powers, the Blake Bengals (4-1) beat the Blair Blazers (4-1) handily by a score of 18 to 11. Blake charged ahead in the first half scoring ten unanswered to break a 2-2 tie and take a 12-2 lead.
The scoring onslaught began early as the Blair varsity girls' lacrosse team (9-4) defeated the Einstein Titans (7-6) by a score of 18-4. Blair scored early, never giving Einstein a chance to rally back.
The Northwest Jaguars (7-5) beat the girls' varsity lacrosse team (8-4) with a final score of 20-11. Blair took the game slowly in the first half with Northwest scoring first, after a strong offensive attack in the first minute of the game.
The girls' varsity lacrosse team (2-1) defeated the Gaithersburg Trojans (0-3) by a score of 14-4 in its third game of the season. The Blazers picked up the pace and built a lead before the first half was over.
It's an unseasonably cold spring night as the girls' lacrosse team takes the field for its home opener. Junior center Rachel Smith slashes to the net and scores within the first two minutes of the opening whistle, giving the Blazers the momentum en route to their first win of the season.
In the first round of the playoffs, the girls' varsity lacrosse team (4-9) fell to the Wootton Patriots (9-4) by a final score of 20-9.
The girls' varsity lacrosse team (4-7) suffered a tough loss at the hands of the powerful Damascus Hornets (10-2) with a final score of 15-2. The loss came after Blair had won two games in a row for the first time all season.
The girls' varsity lacrosse team (4-7) suffered a tough loss at the hands of the nearly undefeated Damascus Hornets (10-2) with a final score of 15-2.
The ladies' varsity lacrosse team (3-6) secured a solid victory over the Magruder Colonels (1-6), resulting in a triumphant senior night.
The girls' varsity lacrosse team (2-5) lost to the Richard Montgomery (RM) Rockets (4-3) by a close score of 17-14. Despite the fact that the Blazers were able to get a four point lead in the second half, they were unable to maintain it due to a momentum shift in RM's play.
The girls' varsity lacrosse team (2-3) lost to the Paint Branch Panthers (2-3) in a tight game, by a final score of 9-8.
After a consistently tight game, the girls' varsity lacrosse team (2-2) was able to beat the Springbrook Blue Devils (1-3) by one goal for a final score of 8-7.
The varsity girls' lacrosse team (8-3) defeated Einstein (4-7) on senior night 15-5. Senior captains Molly Branson, Nellie Garlow and Emily Hedrick scored three goals each. Senior Sarah Frank scored two goals.
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The Blair varsity girls' lacrosse team devoured the Paint Branch Panthers 18-10 in a lopsided game that tested both teams' defense to the limits. The Lady Blazers fought hard throughout the game with key plays by senior co-captain Susie Branson, who scored seven goals, and junior Sarah Frank, who scored three.
On Friday afternoon, the Blair girls' lacrosse team offered a clear bargain to fans: two games for the price of one ticket. Though the Lady Blazers (2-1) eventually triumphed against the rival Springbrook Blue Devils, 18-7, it took nearly half the match for the girls to find their groove, leading to a tale of two halves.
Coming off several successful preseason bids in the past week, the Blair varsity girls' lacrosse team (0-1) took the field on Friday pumped for their first game of the season against the defending regional champion Wootton Patriots (1-0). Unfortunately, the Patriots' skill and experience proved too much for the Lady Blazers, who lost the game 15-6 due to a lack of precision in passing and an inability to maintain strength in the defensive zone.
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