A look back at the finales of Blair's spring sports
The season came to an end for the girls' lacrosse team (6-8) after they lost to the Springbrook Devils (12-1) in a grueling match Friday afternoon. The game began evenly with both teams' defenses holding strong, but Springbrook eventually gained the upper hand and won 7-3.
On a rainy Wednesday night, the girls' lacrosse team beat the Paint Branch Panthers yet again in their first game of playoffs. The game was strangely reminiscent of their match against Paint Branch in the regular season which finished with the same score 15-9.
The Blair girls' lacrosse team (5-7) celebrated a Senior Night victory against the Wheaton Knights (2-10) with a final score of 15-4. From the beginning it was going to be a night for the seniors on the team and they showed this with all of the senior attack getting on the scoreboard in their dominating performance.
On a wet Monday evening, the Blair's girls' lacrosse team (3-4) took on the Springbrook Blue Devils. Despite going down 3-0 in the first half, the Blazers continued to fight back until, minutes into the second half, flashes of lightning and rumbling thunder disrupted the match. Both teams were forced to postpone resuming the game until Wednesday, where Blair lost the hard-fought game 8-6.
It was a strong and comfortable night for the girls' varsity lacrosse (2-3) as they soundly defeated the Paint Branch Panthers (1-4) with a final score of 15-9.
Slow moments were few and far between in the Blair girls' varsity lacrosse's (4-3) victory over the Northwood Gladiators (3-3) Tuesday.
The Blair girls' varsity lacrosse team (5-3) trounced the Kennedy cavaliers (0-8) by a score of 18-1. The Lady Blazers took hold of the game from the beginning and never relinquished the lead.
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.
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 varsity girls' lacrosse team (1-1) defeated the Kennedy Cavaliers (0-2) by a score of 19-4 in their home opener on Thursday.
With spring already upon us, the warm weather will be sure to make our brains fuzzy, turning us toward lazy days. If we haven't already, in no time, we will be picking up the TV remotes instead of our pencils.
The girls' lacrosse team (5 - 3) suffered their third consecutive loss of the season on Wednesday night, falling just short of the Sherwood Warriors. Even with solid teamwork and communication on the field, the Blazers could not push past their opponent and lost with a final score of 4 - 6.
The girls' lacrosse team (5 - 2) experienced their second consecutive loss this season to Northwest on Monday.
The varsity girls' lacrosse team (5 - 1) ended their undefeated streak last Tuesday, losing their first game of the season to Walter Johnson (3 - 2) in a 12 - 2 loss.
The girls' lacrosse team (5 - 0) remained undefeated after a win against Paint Branch Friday night. The Blazers were not completely satisfied with how they positioned themselves on the field but the team is excited to continue the rest of the season. Although the score was close throughout the entire game, the Blazers always remained on top. One exciting moment occurred just before halftime, when senior captain Molly Branson scored two goals in the final minutes of the half, resulting in a score of 7 - 3.
The girls' lacrosse team (3 - 0) kept the momentum of their winning streak alive in a neck-and-neck battle with the B - CC Barons on Saturday. The Blazers executed a new offensive formation to tackle the Barons' defense, and ended up on top with a final score of 13 - 12.
After overcoming a point loss early in the game, the girls' varsity lacrosse team dominated the Whitman Vikings 9–8 on both offense and defense.
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