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The Concept of Clubs

The Concept of Clubs

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

October 18, 2019

Meet the Timberwolves brought in so many clubs for students to explore, but there is always more than meets the eye on a little pamphlet paper. Cedar Park is home to many clubs where students can join and meet people with similar interests.  With many different opportunities, Spanish Club offers a fun way...

Cedar Park Destroys Georgetown’s Momentum in First Test of Season

Cedar Park Destroys Georgetown’s Momentum in First Test of Season

Noah Hedges, Reporter

October 16, 2019

The game against Georgetown for the past few years has always been full of drama and excitement. In 2017, the Wolves were able to put up a comeback performance to win 28-27 after Mak Sexton fractured his femur, and in 2018, the game against Georgetown was essentially a dog fight, but the Wolves came...

FFA Preview: Competitions to Come, State Ahead

FFA Preview: Competitions to Come, State Ahead

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

October 11, 2019

While most students were relaxing and enjoying time away from school over the summer, FFA members were preparing for a competition in Belton, Texas as well as events taking place during the school year. The members placed well at the Belton competition and are off to a quick start this year with State...

The Last Game

The Last Game

Kieren Garner, Reporter

October 8, 2019

As the 2019-2020 school year continues, as well as game season, the class of 2020 is looking back and reminiscing on their high school years. Senior captains of all teams are looking at their last game season as they prepare for the future and think back on everything being part of a team has taught...

Tougher Than Leather

Tougher Than Leather

Addie Dawson, Reporter

October 3, 2019

School parking lot attendant by day and an advanced leather tailor by night, Alan Gallagher stands as a well-known figure on campus. Gallagher’s involvement with the school began five years ago when he found employment as CPHS’s school resource officer (SRO) who wore the badge to protect the campus...

Bracelets for Rwanda

Bracelets for Rwanda

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

October 2, 2019

Since 2001, the organization Africa New Life has educationally and economically supported families in Rwanda. The organization sends over 350 sponsors to the country each year, including students like senior Faith Elliott. This year, when Elliott leaves for Rwanda, she will bring with her unique, hand...

Sticks and Stones May Break Her Bones, But She is Unstoppable

Sticks and Stones May Break Her Bones, But She is Unstoppable

Justin Ballou, Reporter

October 1, 2019

After completing her mission to overcome an injury, senior setter Olivia Meyer, will play for the volleyball team this year at full strength for the first time since seventh grade. In eighth grade, Meyer's knee cap came out while she was running during a volleyball game and due to her injury, she had t...

Putting the Pep in Pep Rallies

Putting the Pep in Pep Rallies

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

September 24, 2019

As the pep rally ends, pinky fingers are linked together swaying back and forth to the school song. But, what leads up to the success of a pep rally is something that is not well known. While cheer, Celebrities and band perform at pep rallies, the broadcast team helps prepare the gym, the script a...

Swim and Service

Swim and Service

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

September 23, 2019

After years of pursuing her passion of being a mermaid, senior Loree Morin has decided to create a mermaid club this year in order to share her enthusiasm for community service and mermaids with others.  Morin said that she has always been fascinated by mermaids, and even lived out her dreams...

AP vs ACC: Who Will Win?

AP vs ACC: Who Will Win?

Emily Mahoney, Reporter

September 20, 2019

Life after high school varies for just about everyone. However, college prep classes offered at the high school begin and end at Advanced Placement (AP) and Austin Community College (ACC) dual credit. The real question is: which is inherently superior to the other?  

Paisley With a Pod

Paisley With a Pod

Estefani Rios, Editor in Chief

September 18, 2019

As an opportunity to empower women, freshmen Paisley Schalles, Ava Manci, Ellie Keller and sophomore Katie Smith are teaming up with English teachers, Sarah Alarcon and Kim Vidrine, to host an All-Girls Considered (AGC) podcast chapter.  The AGC podcast began at Leander Middle School with teac...

Bringing Harmony

Bringing Harmony

Estefani Rios, Editor in Chief

September 17, 2019

As a freshmen, most are lost in a sea of people in the hallways, barely grasping the concept of what high school entails. However, as a freshman in 2014, alumna Eunice Lee was working on creating Music Eunited, a non-profit organization that offers free academic tutoring for elementary school students...

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