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(Pictured left to right) Matt Rhoades 11, Max Randis 12, and Daulton Johnson 12 bask in the satisfaction of having just redeemed themselves from a loss against DCC. Randis hit a crucial home run in the beginning of the game that started the lead for the Rangers, setting them up for a win. Final score being 12-2, favoring the Rangers.

The Lewis-Palmer Ranger Baseball Team takes revenge on the Discovery Canyon Thunder

Elliot Bauer, Ranger Review Reporter April 5, 2022

The Lewis-Palmer Boys’ Baseball Team played against their conference rival, the Discovery Canyon Thunder on March 31, 2022. This was the second matchup between the two teams after the Thunder beat the...

James Harden isolates on forward, Aaron Gordon, to score a basket. Harden set a franchise record; 60 points in this game.

James Harden Is Traded To The 76ers

Ryan Hwang-King, Ranger Review Reporter April 4, 2022

  The Philadelphia 76ers are a team that has fallen short of bringing home a title to the city of brotherly love for years. After trading the corner-stone of their franchise Allen Iverson in the 2000s...

Connor Johnson 12 (20) standing on the very left as seniors were being recognized before the game. “I moved here my junior year from Alabama and instantly fit into the team,” Johnson 12 said. “I am excited to see where my next chapter  in life goes, but I will always miss Lp and all of the good memories made throughout highschool.”

Lewis-Palmer Boys Basketball hosts Senior Night

Elliot Bauer, Ranger Review Reporter March 27, 2022

The Lewis-Palmer Boys Basketball team finished their last regular season game with senior night. Seniors from poms, cheer, and basketball were all recognized before the game. Senior night can be an emotional...

“Saturdays game was definitely fun,” Brady Jones 12 said. “We just started out our league games this past week, which allows us to play against more competition in the Colorado Springs area. We fell to Pine Creek last year so it felt good to come back and beat them in front of our home crowd.”

Lewis-Palmer boys basketball fights off Pine Creek

Elliot Bauer, Ranger Review Reporter March 8, 2022

The Lewis-Palmer Ranger’s boys basketball team faced off against the Pine Creek Eagles January 15. The game was full of suspense and was a hard fought game between both teams until the final buzzer....

Griffin Greenwood enters the gym with the varsity team for a home game. The JV and C team are making a bridge with their arms to welcome her to the court.

Greenwoods reflects on basketball career

Hanna Meywerk, Ranger Review Reporter February 1, 2022

Griffin Greenwood 12 is a senior at Lewis-Palmer High school and plays basketball for their Varsity team. She has been playing basketball for 14 years in school and club. “I have been playing basketball...

Cameron Hurt 12 (Left), and Cooper Ciesielski 12 (Right) pose on the ice during their game against Cheyene Mountain. Because of the pond rules, Hurt, goalie for Lewis-Palmer, only had a small calf height goal to worry about.

Lewis-Palmer’s hockey face off on Palmer Lake

Joseph Brandon, Editor In Chief January 13, 2022

Last Tuesday the Lewis-Palmer hockey team squared off against Cheyenne Mountain in a non exhibition pond game held at Palmer Lake. Lewis-Palmer’s junior varsity team won their outing over Cheyenne Mountain...

The Lewis Palmer Ranger Volleyball Team fought throughout the whole season no matter what kind of adversity they were going through. “My teammates motivated me to push through,” Abby Webb 12 said.” Each practice I worked hard for them and for our future of possibly getting to state. The student section and parents had a greater impact than I think they realized. The games we went without their support and loud cheering showed on the court and Im forever grateful for their continuous support. “

The Lewis-Palmer Ranger’s Volleyball Team Raps up the Season

Elliot Bauer, Ranger Review Reporter November 18, 2021

The Lewis-Palmer Ranger’s Volleyball Team went up to Denver to play in the 4A Colorado regionals. Although the ladies fought as hard as they could with beating Canyon City in 4 sets, Lewis Palmer eventually...

It’s always tough whenever you leave. I love all of my fans. I love Broncos country. When I said, ‘Broncos for life, I meant that. It was an honor and a privilege to play here,” Miller said. Von Miller has been through ups and downs in his life. He loves all the fans in Denver, and loves Bronco Country.
Morgan Moses, Von Miller by KA Sports Photos is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Von Miller’s trade from the Denver Broncos to the Los Angeles Rams

Amelia Graham, Ranger Review Reporter November 18, 2021

  Von Miller is an American football outside linebacker for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League. Miller played at Texas A&M in college, and he was drafted by the Denver Broncos...

Cale Makar playing with the Avalanche vs Islanders on January 6, 2020. Colorado Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic on Cale Makar and how he will improve. “He’s already one of the best players in the game in the defensive position. But he’s so young, and he’s only going to get stronger.”

Avalanche use offseason to bolster depth in hopes of a deeper playoff run

Gryffin Mauss, Ranger Review Reporter November 4, 2021

After a heartbreaking defeat for the Colorado Avalanche in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at the hands of the Vegas Golden Knights the Avalanche went into last off season hoping to keep their...

Seth Wells eSports coach playing on a Xbox that a student brought in. “I bring in a TV and my switch so kids can play Tetris, stuff like that.” Wells said.

Seth Wells starts eSports and Gaming Club at Lewis Palmer

Gryffin Mauss, Ranger Review Reporter October 21, 2021

Seth Wells, an eSports coach, started the eSports club here at Lewis Palmer this year not only to compete but to also use video games as a social event. It helps people who are interested in video games...

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