Ranger Review

Chargers on the Move

Chargers on the Move

Shane Bassett, Ranger Review Reporter

January 23, 2017


Filed under Sports

It seems that yet another team in the NFL has considered and is getting a new home. That team is the San Diego Chargers. Now the Los Angeles Chargers, this movement of the team was confirmed by owner of the Chargers, Dean Spanos, that released a statement on January 12th.   For the past 56 years, the Chargers have pl...

Denver Broncos start a new year with another new Head Coach

Denver Broncos start a new year with another new Head Coach

Lauren Kim, Ranger Review Reporter

January 23, 2017


Filed under Sports

After Gary Kubiak announced he was retiring his position as head coach of the Broncos due health issues, John Elway, general manager, had scheduled multiple interviews to find their new head coach. The Broncos planned on interviewing Kansas City Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub and Atlanta Falcons ...

Cheerleaders are off to state

Cheerleaders are off to state

Hannah Vanduren, Ranger Review Reporter

December 12, 2016


Filed under Features, Sports

Many of Lewis-Palmer’s sports teams have competed in state this year and are done with their season. But not for cheer! On Friday December 9th, the varsity cheer team will be competing at the Denver coliseum. Jade Isidore 12, is a senior and has been on the cheerleading team all 4 years of hig...

Climbing To The Top

Climbing To The Top

Josie Temple, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2016


Filed under Sports

Did you know our school has a Rock Climbing club? The club is coached by Mr. Long, who also teaches English, Social Studies, and Physical Education classes. In addition to providing lessons, the club also takes part in The club’s latest competition was held at City Rock, located at 21 N Nevada Ave. Each wall that...

A squad is Only as strong As it’s weakest Dancer

A squad is Only as strong As it’s weakest Dancer

December 2, 2016


Filed under Sports

Ciara Lewis, Ranger Review Reporter The Lewis-Palmer POMS dance team competes several times a year in dance competitions around the state of Colorado, including the CHSAA state spirit competition, which is a competition that represents every high school in the state. The poms team dances to pop r...

Lewis-Palmer Girls’ swim team dives off on a good note

Lewis-Palmer Girls’ swim team dives off on a good note

Annie Ackerman, Ranger Review Editor

December 2, 2016


Filed under Sports

Though swimming makes people think of sunny skies and sandy beaches, Lewis-Palmer High School has just completed tryouts for the Girls’ Swim team. The season lasts through most of the winter, ending well into February. The tryouts lasted for a whole week, from November 11th to November 18th Erika...

The End of a Season

The End of a Season

Laney Nesmith, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Sport, Sports

On Friday November 18, the Ranger Varsity football team faced off against Silver Creek in the quarterfinals for state champion at Don Bres Stadium, 7 p.m. Had Lewis-Palmer won the game, it would have been the farthest ever a Lewis-Palmer football team has been as far as winning a state title. Nove...

Making an impact on varsity football

Making an impact on varsity football

Jakob Aggers, Ranger Review Reporter

November 12, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Profile, Sports

With a record of 9-1, Lewis-Palmer Varsity football is rolling into the playoffs that are just a few short games around the corner. Throughout the season Kyle Watts Jr. 12 has been an impact player and is looking forward to the playoffs ahead of him. Watts has been an effective player, making big...

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Strydr Silverberg

October 27, 2016


Filed under Sports

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