Ruby Borz Humans of Blair
After an intense game that went into overtime, Blazers varsity baseball reigned victorious against the Barons.
Blair loses 7-8 in an extremely close, well-played game.
A 70 degree day in February is rare. This is the perfect destination for a day trip in the warmer temps.
Being across the river from Georgetown, a hard shadow to live in is created. Arlington's beauty can go under-appreciated.
The girls faced off an intense game against Whitman for their senior night game.
Blair's cheer team puts on a stellar performance that earns them second place in the countywide cheerleading competition.
Girls take the win after an exciting match against Damascus.
The photo staff take a look back at some cool snapshots from Brood X.
LGBTQ+ Studies is a Blair course taught by Sarah Forman that focuses on LGBTQ history and current events.
Senior pitcher Emmanuel Kraft throws a pitch under the floodlights.
A Blazer prepares to swing against the Einstein pitcher.
Blair vs. Whitman
Ruby Borzekowski: A national team diver and student at Blair.
Blazers #21 and #8 switch spots to keep momentum on the field.
The team comes together at halftime to discuss play.
The girls get back on the field after meeting on the sideline.
Blazer #20, Sebastian hits the ball.
Pitcher throws the ball in hope to strike out the other teams batter.
Blazer books it to first base in hopes to not get out.
The team lines up by the fence to watch the game and support their fellow players.
While pitching the whole game, #19 Emanuel takes his turn at bat.
Blazer starts off the game with a swing.
The team comes together to get hype before the action.
Coach delivers instructions before the game begins.
When you enter the trails, the first thing you will see is this funky structure that serves as the welcome center.
In this shot, you can see the winding pattern of the river more clearly. You can also see how all of the trees are still dead, prepping for their bloom in the spring.
This large rock formation in the center of the river creates a beautiful waterfall effect.
Thrill seekers won't want to do their cliff jumping here! Unless you're wrapped in bubble wrap.
This owners dog stands guard happily while they relax in the hammock.
The Potomac River is capable of harsh currents, which is why people are advised to stay out of it, unless they are trained and in a boat of some sort.
The class is discussion-based and focuses on issues in the STEM field.
The fence protecting the overlook contains an informative sign about what kinds of aquatic wildlife live in the Potomac.
Since the remnants of winter still linger in the air, people aren't quite ready to spend their days outside. This bench remained empty.
Different from the rest of the city, the city center metro station provides a more dark enclosed feel.
A night view from ground level.
The saturated sky creates a beautiful contrast with the monochrome buildings.
This shot portrays the rush of life in the city.
An award winning public art installation that gives that city character.
Trees and Buildings provide a nice ambiance at night.
#11 takes a jumper shot.
#12 Emily Liu is calling for the screen.
#11 Natalie Frost makes a free throw.
#23 Sayara Thomas, guards the ball from Whitman player.
Whitman girl carries the ball down the court.
Blair and Whitman player have some hops!
#11 Natalie Frost, Keeps the ball from a Whitman player.
#12, Emily Liu makes a nice shot.
Teachers and students have found that MCPS' website ban has made it significantly harder to research and learn.
A Blazer throws the ball into the field.
Another impressive component that contributed to Gaithersburg's win.
Blair cheer sits together in anticipation of what they will place.
Flyer on the Poolesville team hits an impressive split.
Einstein performs a very cool stunt.
An element of Gaithersburg's routine that led them to the win.
After their standings are announced and celebration dies down, the girls come together for a photo.
Senior Alli Freeman-O'Neill races towards the goal.
Ricardo Villars (#2) runs to get open
Lining up to play football
The girls come together after dominating the first half.
#22, Natalie, tosses the ball in after it traveled out of bounds.
#24 Ali O-F sets up for a pass.
Teammates cheer as Blair scores a goal.
Blazers scored the first point of the game, setting themselves up for success.
#7, Salma C defends the ball from the Damascus player.
#23, Adalia W lines up for a kick.
A spooky looking cicada after shedding its shell.
A cicada enjoying itself among the plants.
Image Courtesy of Ethan Zajic.
The National Philharmonic livestreams their performances from Strathmore Music Center every other Sunday to virtual audiences (courtesy of Ethan Zajic)
It is imperative that our county finds a happy medium regarding fall sports during the first semester, which will end on January 29 (courtesy of Ethan Zajic)