Weekly sports wrap up


Kylie Hopper swims her 50 yard freestyle with a time of 39:30.

Feature photo by: Mercedes Capozzolo – Freshmen Kylie Hopper swims the classic freestyle. The swim team will compete at EMAC starting Friday and ending Saturday.Rangeview poms performs at leagues, they won first place. To find out more about Rangeview sports click here.

(Photo credits top to bottom: Amor-Leigh Wilson, Jeffery Afriyie, Mercedes Capozzolo, and Oscar Perez)

By: Salmata Soulemane & Cade Plamer, Review Staff

Girls basketball:

The girls’ basketball team has an 11-3 overall record. The ladies winning streak has included games with winning margins over 40 points: Hinkley(72-22), Thornton(83-41), Westminster(72-29), and Prairie View(80-43). However, the ladies had a tight game against Vista Peak, unfortunately ending with a loss with a score of 75-71. The lady Raiders have a home game today against Denver East at 7 pm.

Boys basketball:

The Rangeview boys’ basketball team has an overall record of 15-2 in the season and 5-0 in their league. They haven’t lost any games this year (2019). They won their last home on Thursday against their rival, Vista Peak. Their next game is on the road on Tuesday at Adams City, who is currently 2-16 overall.

Girls swimming:

Rangeview girls swim team won the APS championships on Saturday for the 16th time in a row with an overall score of 528. This week they will participate in the EMAC championships at Hinkley starting on Friday moving into Saturday.


Last Wednesday, the varsity wrestling team lost their match last Wednesday at home – 48-33 vs. Vista Peak High School.