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Ashten Gerk playing during a game against the Terrors. Ashten’s position is attacker on the team.

Balancing School and Sports

Cole Rountree, Ranger Review Reporter November 4, 2021

Ashten Gerk, senior, enjoys dedicating some of his free time to be a part of Lewis-Palmer high school's Lacrosse team. “I play lacrosse for Lewis-Palmer high school, I would say I am involved in lacrosse...

“I dont think I made the right choice to do submarines. Would I go back in time and change it? No, I think theres been too many great things that happened in my life to change something like that, because it wasnt a good fit.” Trop said. “That just meant I had a different life outlook.”

Byron Trop’s View on being in the Naval Academy

Amelia Graham , Ranger Review Reporter October 21, 2021

Byron Trop is a new staff member to Lewis-Palmer High School this year, he is the intro to business, management, and the fundamentals of account teacher for our school after he graduated from the Naval...

Blake Mikalson working on a new song in his in-home studio. Blake has been working on music for a little over 5 years now.

Blake Mikalson Pursues his Dream

Cole Rountree, Ranger Review Reporter October 21, 2021

Blake Mikalson 12 continues to work hard towards his future, fully committed to graduating early from Lewis-Palmer Highschool. Blake has been making beats for years and even makes them for people. “Graduating...

Halie Mason 11 looks through one of the racks in the costumes closet for a costume for the fall musical, Matilda. She spent a lot of time organizing and making it easier to find what she felt would look good. “Some things we look for are if it’s practical on stage. Can it be taken on and off easily if theres a quick change and if there its if its too small are we able to tailor it to the actor and then same thing for if its too big,” Mason said.

Mason shines a light on the costume department

Samantha Laudner, Ranger Review Reporter October 11, 2021

Halie Mason 11 is one of the new costume crew heads for drama club and is currently working on costumes for the fall musical, Matilda. She’s had the experience on costumes crew before, but this year...

The Zulkoskys quadruplets 9, and their younger brother pose for a picture in Fox Run Park. “People say that Me and Madison look alike, and Zach and Zoe look alike,” says Connor Zulkosky

Zulkosky expands on life as a quadruplet

Cole Aggers, Ranger Review Reporter October 5, 2021

Connor Zulkosky 9 is one of four Zulkosky quadruplets  at Lewis-Palmer high school. Maddison, Zoe,  Zach, and Connor all are unique, but are all similar.   “None of the us are identical, but people...

Mollie Graham is preparing for Speech and Debate. “It doesn’t really matter what you do but you always get the people skills and the problem solving skills and the independence like learning for yourself and doing it for yourself, Mollie Graham said. I want to be a lawyer so debate really helps me on this, but it has you learn the skills no matter what you want to do.”

Graham’s view on speech and debate

Amelia Graham , Ranger Review Reporter October 5, 2021

Mollie Graham 11 is on the Speech and Debate team, a club at Lewis-Palmer High School. She got on the Speech and Debate team freshman year, and it has really changed her views on the world itself. “Debate...

Kayla Sunata, Resource teacher is teaching a math concept to help strengthen understanding for a student. “ My dream vacation would be to Japan, It means something special because my ancestors came from Japan,” Sunata said

Kayla Sunata returns to Lewis-Palmer

Brody Dickson, Ranger Review Reporter October 5, 2021

Kayla Sunata is a new teacher at Lewis-Palmer High School, she is teaching Resource and has recently returned to LP after graduating in 2014.  She expresses her creativity through writing, drawing,...

Drew Wilson 10 practicing the ropes of rock climbing. “There are two mountains that we actually pulled out full ropes on,” Wilson said.

Drew Wilson rises to new heights

Annie Elizandro, Ranger Review reporter October 4, 2021

Drew Wilson 10 enjoys climbing mountains during his free time. He has made it to the top of fifty-two of the fifty-four of the fourteeners in Colorado.   When Wilson lived in California, his...

I was born in Puerto Rico. And then I moved to New York, and then Tennessee, Missouri, and Minnesota. Ive lived in a lot of places because of my dads job, Martinez Caballero said.

Martinez Caballero reflects upon Puerto Rican heritage

Quinn Ferguson, Assistant Editor September 29, 2021

Daliana Martinez Caballero 11 is new to the school district this year, moving from Minnesota. However, she is originally from Puerto Rico and English is not her first language. “My first language...

Shelby Lashley 11 flies a Cessna 172 over Larkspur, Colorado. “Once you get above 5000-6000 feet, birds arent really an issue, as they dont tend to fly up that high,” Lashley said. “Youre always on the lookout whenever you make a turn, so you always look, just like if you were in a car. Its more of a 180 look instead of just left and right.”

Shelby Lashley aspires to fly for US Military

Anthony Steffens, Ranger Review Reporter September 23, 2021

  Shelby Lashley 11 is a pilot in training at the Air Force Academy. She has been flying since she was 10 and hopes to pilot as a job.  “My hope in life is to become a military pilot,”...

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