The girls' varsity basketball team (18-4) destroyed the Einstein Titans (5-15) Tuesday night by a score of 62-33. The girls played with high intensity and energy throughout the game to finish Senior Night on a positive note.
In a matchup of two of the best teams in the county, the girls' varsity basketball team (15-4) fell to the Northwest Jaguars (16-3) by a score of 66-53. Blair kept close with the Jaguars, tied 30-30 going into half time, but fell apart in the third quarter when Northwest went on a 21-8 run.
The girls' varsity basketball team (14-3) destroyed the Clarksburg Coyotes (8-10) on Tuesday night by a score of 61-26. The Lady Blazers were on fire the entire night—applying offensive intensity and superb defense—giving up just nine points to the Coyotes in the first quarter.
The girls' varsity basketball team (10-2) destroyed the Kennedy Cavaliers (8-6) on Saturday morning by a score of 71-49. Though they struggled defensively in the first half, the Lady Blazers maintained a steady lead throughout the game.
The girls' varsity basketball team defeated the Quince Orchard Cougars by a score of 74-62. Johanna Lopez led all scorers with 31 points.
The girls' varsity basketball team defeated the Northwood Gladiator by a score of 69-40. Senior co-captain Johanna Lopez led the way as the Lady Blazers cruised to their first win of the season.
The girls' varsity basketball lost its season opener to the Gaithersburg Trojans. Blair's high energy and passion weren't enough to overcome a strong second half push by the Trojans, leading to a 65-53 loss for the Lady Blazers.
In early September, Johanna Lopez committed to play collegiately for Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT.
The Blair girls' basketball team (13-10) lost to the Sherwood Warriors (12-11) by a score of 28-35 in a hard-fought game, ending a season marked by injuries.
The Blair girls' varsity basketball team (11-10) fell to the Northwest Jaguars (17-4) on Tuesday's Senior Night by a score of 57-39.
The Sherwood Warriors (9-8) defeated the Blair girls' varsity basketball team (11-7) Monday night by a score of 50-36.
The girls' varsity basketball team (12-4) defeated the Magruder Colonels (1-14) by a score of 73-58 last night. Despite the unusually large amount of fouls, the Lady Blazers remained dominant and improved on weaknesses of previous games.
The girls' varsity basketball team (10-4) narrowly lost to the Paint Branch Panthers (5-10) Monday night by a score of 68-60.
The girls' varsity basketball team (10-3) solidly defeated the Northwood Gladiators (2-7) Friday night by a score of 74-44.
The girls' varsity basketball team (9-3) lost to the undefeated Gaithersburg Trojans (12-0) Friday night by a score of 43-60.
Blair varsity girls' basketball (8-1) bested the Springbrook Blue Devils (5-2) in overtime on Tuesday night by a score of 58-55. The two teams were thrust into a four minute free-throw-filled overtime in which both teams played their hardest.
The Blair varsity girls' basketball team (5-0) demolished the Wheaton Knights (0-5) by a score of 65-5 in a lopsided, whirlwind game on Monday night.
The girls' basketball team (8-11) struggled against nearly undefeated Gaithersburg High School (16-2) due to some poor execution, mishandling of the ball and overall unsteady efforts. Though the team kept up an aggressive defense at the beginning of the game, the Lady Blazers lost the energy to remain competitive by the second half and lost, 38-61.
The girls' varsity basketball team (1-2) was unable to prevent a powerful rally by the undefeated Paint Branch Panthers (3-0) on Friday evening. Starting the game with a disadvantage, Blair tried unsuccessfully to manage a patient offense and consistent defense across the court.
In their second playoff game of the season, the girls' varsity basketball team (12-12) fell to the two-time regional champion Blake Bengals (17-7) on Tuesday night. Although the Blazers fought until the very end, mistakes and spotty defense plagued them throughout the match, leading to their 77-40 loss.
With Principal Darryl Williams in attendance, Blair's girls' basketball team (12-11) took out the Sherwood Warriors (4-18) 64-48 in the opening round of the playoffs. The Blazers advance into the second round and will face either the Blake Bengals or the Walter Johnson Wildcats on Tuesday, March 3 at Blair.
Blair's girls' basketball team (11-11) played a strong game on their senior night to gain momentum heading into the playoffs. The Blazers were able to shutdown the winless Wheaton Knights (0-22) with full court press and cause numerous turnovers, leading to an easy 75-40 win.
The girls' varsity basketball team (10–10) triumphed over the Walter Johnson (WJ) Wildcats Tuesday night, building a solid lead in the fourth quarter to cement their win, 65–51. The Lady Blazers' aggressive man-to-man defense, hard-fought rebounding and efficient ball movement lead to the overwhelming victory.
In a heated contest, the girl's varsity basketball team (9-10) managed to pull out a one-point win against the Quince Orchard Cougars (8-12) Friday night, 58-57. Although the Blazers led throughout most of the game, time management issues in the final seconds of the game almost cost the Lady Blazers their victory.
The girls' varsity basketball team (8-9) held strong against the Richard Montgomery Rockets (8-6) on Wednesday night. Holding the lead throughout most of the game and playing with aggression and determination, the Lady Blazers edged past the Rockets, 48-45.
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