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NBA Mock Draft 2019

NBA Mock Draft 2019

Jack Horan, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

The June 20 NBA draft  is quickly approaching, and it contains many potential stars that could change the NBA in the near future. The Rampage has created a mock draft of which draftees would fit best on the 14 lottery teams in the draft.   1-New Orleans Pelicans select Zion Williamson, ...

Trainer and Alumni: Robert Kambies

Trainer and Alumni: Robert Kambies

June 5, 2019

Like most high school seniors, when Robert Kambies graduated from RHS in 2009 he was content with the idea that he might never be back.  But six years later he was back, this time at every home sports game as Rockville’s certified athletic trainer. He has the same set up each night, sitting on the sidelines with...

NCAA Should Allow Athletes to Make Money Off Their Likeness, Accept Sponsors

NCAA Should Allow Athletes to Make Money Off Their Likeness, Accept Sponsors

Aiden Brami, Copy Editor

June 3, 2019

As the major college sports season comes to an end, there will be about six months of calm until fans and the media argue once again whether to pay NCAA athletes. The debate on whether these athletes should be eligible to be paid or not will never come to a solution that will satisfy both sides; the...

RHS Athletes’, Coaches’ Pre-Game Superstitions

RHS Athletes’, Coaches’ Pre-Game Superstitions

Nathan Pianalto, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

It’s an hour before game time, and junior Jailen Anderson heads to his room to get ready for the big game. Out of his dresser he grabs his jersey, shorts, shoes, two pairs of socks and his lucky Pop-Tart boxers. Without four socks and his favorite underwear, Anderson is unable to play to the best o...

Rams to Watch: Lucas Ribaudo and Mary Pankowski

Rams to Watch: Lucas Ribaudo and Mary Pankowski

Nathan Pianalto and Paige Krawczel

May 23, 2019

Lucas Ribaudo “I am just another guy on the team,” sophomore Lucas Ribaudo said. “We have many talented baseball players, but it's our mental strength and collectivity that more so helps us succeed on the field.” Ribaudo, as varsity baseball pitcher and second baseman has established himself a...

Co-ed Volleyball Swept by Warriors in First Semifinal Appearance in 20 Years

Co-ed Volleyball Swept by Warriors in First Semifinal Appearance in 20 Years

Elizabeth DiFonzo, Staff Writer

May 17, 2019

After an intense week of post-season volleyball, varsity Co-Ed volleyball team’s season came to an end after falling to the Sherwood Warriors in three sets at Sherwood High School (HS) May 9. This comes off a previous playoff win May 7 against the fourth-seeded Gaithersburg Trojans in the quarter-final pl...

Hill Rides Saddle Into Spotlight

Hill Rides Saddle Into Spotlight

Elizabeth Difonzo, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

Most people imagine winning a sports game by scoring goals or points. For junior equestrian Genevieve Hill, she wins competitions by riding through complex obstacles on a horse, jumping over fences at different heights. Hill has tried gymnastics, archery, dance, track and baseball, but didn’t fee...

Biggest Moves of the NFL Offseason…So Far

Biggest Moves of the NFL Offseason…So Far

Brendan Stewart, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019

Throughout this year’s NFL offseason, there have been many trades, deals and other changes to every team’s roster with the capability to have a massive impact on the upcoming season. To determine which changes will have the most impact, the Rampage focused on the role players had on their previous teams, th...

‘@2kforbes Filmed It’: Capturing the Colors of the Game

‘@2kforbes Filmed It’: Capturing the Colors of the Game

Matthew DiFonzo and Gili Golan

May 10, 2019

“2k Forbes Filmed It!” is not only the tag in the beginning of every mixtape and video created by 2kFORBES, but has now become a well-known catchphrase in Montgomery County.   Remi Ali, a new name in the county, has had a tremendous impact on MCPS basketball and has continually grown in popu...

Zion Williamson Will Remain On Everyone’s Radar

Zion Williamson Will Remain On Everyone’s Radar

Daniel Pujo, Sports Managing Editor

May 6, 2019

Steal by Zion Williamson. Here comes the enormous 6’7, 285 pound forward, speeding past all of his opponents. Williamson’s head is at the rim as he slams down a 360° dunk with ease. While a spectacle like this is usually rare, the nation sees it all the time from this five star high-flyer. With...

Varsity Lacrosse Dominates Wolverines by 19 Points

Varsity Lacrosse Dominates Wolverines by 19 Points

Elizabeth DiFonzo, Staff Writer

April 29, 2019

Varsity boys lacrosse (4-4) smothered the Watkins Mill Wolverines (1-7) at home April 15 in a commanding offensive effort that led to their 22-3 win. After achieving an 8-1 lead by the end of the first quarter, the Rams continued to test the Wolverines defense with non-stop offense and many shots...

March Madness Saves the Madness for the Closing Games

March Madness Saves the Madness for the Closing Games

Jack Horan, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

March Madness has come and gone and has been a historic one to say the least. While there have not been any buzzer beaters or huge upsets this year, there have been some exciting nailbiter games that have gone down to the wire. The story of the round of 64 was Murray State guard Ja Morant who had a tr...

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