Pom’s biggest stage yet

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Justin Morris, Review Staff

Feature Photo By: Vanessa Guereca – The poms team finishes a performance at league competitions. They finished in second place. 

Booming bass drops, electrifying beats, and high-flying action are some things you will be sure to see at the upcoming Rangeview poms competition. The Raider’s varsity squad will be dancing at approximately 12:20 this Saturday at the Denver Coliseum. The team hopes their dedication through several months will be rewarded. They will have some very formidable foes; most notably last year’s defending state champions, Cherry Creek, who are undefeated so far in competition.

“We just want to place as high as we can”, said senior newcomer Kat Shavalier. “Right now we’re just cleaning up the details and working on our routines in competition.”

The poms squad has a lot of senior leadership, and will be captained by many four

Poms dances in front of a packed Rangeview gym at league.
Poms dances in front of a packed Rangeview gym at league. (Vanessa Guereca)

year poms dancers.

Senior Vanessa Cardona stated, “We’ve been working really hard in practice, and our team chemistry is about as close to perfect as it can be.”

Both Cardona and senior member Andrea Acevedo said, “We just want to go out there and kill it.”

Rangeview is coming off of a second-place finish at league competitions this past fall, and is hoping for a state title to add to their resume.