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Despite Loss, Kennebunk Football Still Winners

Kylie Rossborough, Staff Writer

November 22, 2016


Filed under Sports, Spotlights

On Friday night the Kennebunk Football Team, along with their cheerleaders, pep-band, and a sea of enthusiastic fans gathered at the Harold Alfond Sports Stadium in Orono to play their final game of the season. Unfortunately, the night ended in a 28-6 loss to Brunswick and the Rams returned home with...

Really, Guys?

Really, Guys?

Nathan Watts, Staff Writer

November 22, 2016


Filed under Spotlights, Watts he thinking?

Ever since Donald Trump’s election as the next president of America, there have been protests in the streets, showing the ugly hypocrisy that we liberals were supposedly above. I mean, really guys? Remember when Trump was asked if he would accept the election results, and everyone freaked out when h...

KHS Reacts: Winter Musical

KHS Reacts: Winter Musical

Madalyn Chapman, Editor

November 22, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Spotlights, Student Life

Recently, the Kennebunk High School Theater Department announced the title of the winter musical: Around the World in 80 Days. After much speculation that it was going to be The Sound of Music, which was a definite possibility, many students were shocked to see this title gracing the front of the Winter M...

Thirty-Fifth Annual Kennebunkport Christmas Prelude

Thirty-Fifth Annual Kennebunkport Christmas Prelude

November 22, 2016


Filed under News, Spotlights

As many people know, Christmas Prelude is a huge event in Kennebunkport, Maine. Home & Garden Television(HGTV) even voted Kennebunkport the “#2 Christmas town in America”! This year, Christmas Prelude is taking place from December 1st through December 11th. Throughout the ten days it is being held, ...

The Truths and Lies of the iPhone 7

The Truths and Lies of the iPhone 7

Madalyn Chapman, Editor

October 17, 2016


Filed under News, Spotlights

There is no doubt in my mind that every last person reading this has at least heard of the iPhone 7. Perhaps you know exactly how you feel about it, or maybe you don’t really know what to think because you haven’t heard much about it. No matter what you may or may not know, I’m here to help you...

Athlete of the Month

Athlete of the Month

Olivia Aiken, Author

September 28, 2016


Filed under Sports, Spotlights

Kennebunk JV Volleyball swept Cony 3-0, thanks to the help of junior, Dakota Aylward-Frank. Dakota had an impressive 17 consecutive serves in the second game of the match, helping her team win swiftly. When asked about her serving, she said, ¨I’m just happy they were aces!¨ The JV team was prepare...

Student of the Week: Phillip Rossborough

Kylie Rossborough, Author

September 26, 2016


Filed under Spotlights, Student Life

Kicking off The Rampage’s 2016-2017 Student of the Week is Phillip Rossborough! Recently, Phillip made thin blue line paracord bracelets for officers at the Kennebunk police department. I saw him put a lot of time and effort into this, so I decided to ask him a few questions about it! Phillip began by explaining to m...

The Top 10% of the Class of 2016

The Top 10% of the Class of 2016

Ella Rumpf, Writer

May 27, 2016


Filed under Spotlights

As summer approaches, so does graduation for the class of 2016. With graduation, also comes the release of the top ten percent of the class. This year, the group showcased 17 hardworking students including Steve Anastas, Stephanie Ayotte, Sydney Campbell, Amy Eckland, Olivia Ferrick, Ashley Kayser, ...

Teacher of the Week

Teacher of the Week

Steph Sullivan, Author

October 29, 2015


Filed under Spotlights

This week's teacher of the week is Ms. Nardone! Ms. Nardone teaches Anatomy & Physiology and Biology here at Kennebunk High School. Aside from being a great teacher in the classroom, Ms. Nardone has put in a lot of time outside of school to find new, fun ways to educate her students. Last week, Ms...

Teacher of the Week: Mrs. Lamontagne

Teacher of the Week: Mrs. Lamontagne

Kristen Koch

October 1, 2015


Filed under Spotlights

Most students at Kennebunk High School are familiar with Mrs. Lamontagne, whether from of one of her clubs or simply having her for health class. One way or another, we can all pretty much agree that she is incredibly dedicated to her occupation here at KHS. In fact, she’s so involved that I could hardly...

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