Sophomores Michel Devynck and Rudy Carson, and Senior Peirce Marston talk about being selected to the All-Star team.
Four Blair hockey players were selected to play in the Montgomery Hockey Conference All-Star Game last week. Patch's Gabe Pinkney caught up with three of them to discuss their accomplishment.
Former Blair hockey player discusses playing days and photography experiences.
Joe Noyes is a passionate sports fan and former hockey player. Since the age of 4, Noyes has played and followed hockey intensely, including two years on the Montgomery Blair High School team. He has supplemented his sports interests with photography by taking pictures at various sporting events, especially at Washington Capitals games. He has photographed many bands and artists at their concerts, such as Jay-Z, Metallica, and Kiss. To keep up with local sports, visit www.twitter.com/patchsportsmd.
Led by Didier Devynck, the Blazers won their first tournament of the year.
It's funny, the typical winter high school sports include basketball, wrestling, swimming, and indoor track. We associate these sports with the winter because that's when they've always been played at the high school level. But really, swimming? In the winter? Clearly it's indoors, but honestly, whoever decided to putting swimming in December was obviously not a person of sensible scheduling skills. Montgomery Blair's winter athletic docket, however, picks up the slack where many others' fall flat, as it includes a sport actually meant for the coldest time of the year. Now in its eleventh official season, the Montgomery Blair Community Hockey Club has become a staple of the Silver Spring high school's late-year lineup. While their official…