Rylee has been a cross-sport athlete throughout her development. She has been a member of teams in ringette and fastball that have won medals at the provincial and national level. In 2015, Rylee earned Provincial Gold with the Red Deer Rage U16A Fastball and participated in nationals as a member of team Alberta.  As part of a Red Deer College Queens U16 club volleyball team, Rylee took part in both Provincial and National competitions, receiving silver in Tier 3 in National play.  In February 2014, as a member of Central Alberta AA Sting ringette, her team won bronze in Alberta and later that spring won the silver medal at the National competition. In the same year, playing with the Red Deer Rage U16A Fastball team, her team earned Provincial Gold as well as Gold in the Plate Division (9th) in National play.
Team athletics have always been the focus of Rylee’s athletic path but she has also been acknowledged individually for her strengths.  In GPLS (Girls Prairie League Softball) she received an All Star Award as a back catcher in 2013 and she received an All Star Award for her 1st base performance in 2015.  As a volleyball player Rylee received the MVP for her school team in 2014.  Rylee’s coaches recognize her vision and game play on the ice, on the court and on the field.
Rylee has participated and succeeded in track and field events throughout her years. Her school track and field coaches have spurred a new athletic goal for Rylee which will challenge her speed, agility and strength.  Rylee is training to compete in the pentathlon. Her training with ASDC will generate the conditioning and strength that will support her pentathlon goal as well as condition her for the goals that she and her Red Deer Rage U18A Fastball team have set for the upcoming 2016 season.