The Montgomery Blair Blazers (4-2) used the passing game on offense and forced turnovers on defense to beat the Springbrook Blue Devils (4-2) by a score of 38-20 after the game was delayed nearly two hours due to lightning Friday night.
The Montgomery Blair Blazers (1-0) used a huge offensive first quarter to obliterate the cross-Boulevard rival Northwood Gladiators (0-1) 48-3 in the Battle of the Boulevard on Friday.
Standings: 1. Bobby: 135-73 2. Sam: 134-74 3. Sasha: 130-78 4. Agam: 123-85
Standings: 1. Sam: 116-60 2. Bobby: 110-66 3. Sasha: 108-68 4. Agam: 105-71
1. Sam: 106-55 2. Bobby: 99-62 3. Sasha: 98-63 4. Agam: 95-66
Standings: 1. Sam: 98-49 2. Sasha: 94-53 3. Bobby: 92-55 4. Agam: 86-61
Paint Branch (6-1) and Blair (5-2) both came into Friday night's game with identical records. The fans were ready to witness a battle between two evenly matched teams. However, Blair fans were disappointed as the Panthers came out with the 25-14 win.
On Thursday night, Blair (4-1) played its fifth game of the season against the BCC Barons (0-5), winning by a score of 7-0 in an unexpectedly tight game.
After a tough week for most of our experts, Sam has regained his lead in the standings he held for many week last week. Sasha is even and Romalia is only two games back from the rest of the pack. This week offers an opportunity once again shake up the standings. Lets see how the experts can do.
In their first home game of the year on Friday night, Blair (1-1) had to face one of the toughest opponents they'll face all year in Sherwood (2-0). The Blazers came up short 7-14, but they did not disappoint.
As the fall rolls in and as the weather gets a little colder, Blair fall sports teams look forward to the upcoming season.
The Blair varsity football team (2-6) lost to the Blake Bengals (5-3) by a score of 29-0 on Friday night. The game play was nearly as sloppy as the conditions as eight Blazer turnovers led to their defeat on the rainy night.
The Blair varsity football team (1-4) defeated the Northwood Gladiators (1-5) by a score of 13-8 on Saturday. This was their first win in nearly two years.
The varsity football team (0-2) experienced a crushing defeat at the hands of one of the elite teams in the area: the Quince Orchard Cougars (2-0), who dominated in all facets of the game.
Blair sports are back in full effect as the 2012 fall sports season starts off. Here's a preview of which athletes to look out for.
The Blair varsity football team lost their season opener to Bethesda-Chevy Chase (BCC) by a score of 13-2 on Friday.
The harsh sanctions on Penn State University are necessary to heal wounds caused by the scandal.
The biggest day of the year is finally upon us: Super Bowl Sunday. Here at SCO, we've compiled a list of recipes that are fast and easy to make so you can focus on all the gameday action.
Andrew, a 2010 graduate, and his younger brother Peter, a current senior, were and are both key players on the Blair football team. Growing up in the same household, Andrew and pushed each other to be the best athletes possible, which made them the players they are today.
Watch video from Blair's Thursday night loss to Springbrook at Blazer stadium. The Blazers struck first, but were unable to keep up the offensive intensity throughout the entirety of the 17-6 loss.
After being shut out in consecutive weeks by Sherwood and Northwood, the Blazers were desperate for their first victory facing a mediocre Blue Devil squad. Through the game's first five minutes, it seemed as if Blair was primed to finally capture that elusive W. However, Springbrook came roaring back to capture a lead they would hold for the rest of the game. Penalties, key players out due to injury and poor execution all contributed to Blair's sixth straight loss.
Coming off a 35-0 loss to Sherwood, the varsity football team (0-5) was hoping to rebound against rival Northwood (3-2). From the opening kickoff, it was clear that the Gladiators had different plans - senior Al Bangura returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown. Northwood never looked back, dominating all four quarters and cruising to a 42-0 victory.
Sherwood (2-2) outplayed the varsity football team (0-4) in every aspect of Friday night's game. Injuries, a lack of offensive production, and a number of costly fumbles prevented Blair from having any chance at competing.
Coming off of a mediocre 6-10 season and dealing with so many uncertainties regarding the starting roster, especially in the offensive line, the game got DMV fans back into the football spirit. But even after the win, the team will still have a tough road to the playoffs.
The varsity football team (1-4) fell to the Whitman Vikings (4-1) in a 35-12 thrashing on Friday night. The Blazers have now dropped two straight games after losing to Springbrook 8-3 last week.
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