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Best Dressed, Never Stressed

Best Dressed, Never Stressed

Ally Garcia, Reporter

May 31, 2019


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Throughout high school, senior Willow Knight’s passions for lacrosse, the environment and her personal style, have inspired her involvement as co-president of Timberwolves for the Environment, UIL Science, captain of the lacrosse team, as well as the recipient of the “best dressed” senior super...

Flipping To Fame

Flipping To Fame

Kieren Garner, Reporter

May 31, 2019


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Tik Tok is a social media app that most know, and since March 1, senior Aydon Holley’s name is getting to be more known across the app. After starting up his account, Holley began creating and posting short, three to 15-second videos of him doing flips. After posting a certain video, Holley started to g...

Alec Peal is the Real Deal

Alec Peal is the Real Deal

Callie Copeland, Reporter

May 30, 2019


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“Do me a favor and have yourself a super night.” Each night as the curtains closed on Cedar Park Theatre’s "Legally Blonde," one character, dressed in tiny brown shorts and a UPS shirt, said these final words to a standing ovation. That character, which was known as Kyle, would later be nom...

Journalism Rookie Builds Clout

Journalism Rookie Builds Clout

Mia Benge, Reporter

May 30, 2019


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After building his reputation and his resume this year, senior Jalen Gomez reflects on his journalism experience with time management and what he has taken away from his time with the newspaper and broadcast programs. Before this year, thee only co-curricular activity Gomez was in was DECA when he d...

Owning the Stage

Owning the Stage

Estefani Rios

May 30, 2019


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Five honor societies. Six dance shows. Seven a.m. practice. Eight leadership awards. With lights and eyes on the football field, the routine begins. In a white uniform with green and silver glitter embellishments, white boots and hat, senior and Celebrities dance captain, Caiti Dodge, struts on ...

1, 2, 3, Eyes On Me

1, 2, 3, Eyes On Me

Felicity Shelton, Reporter

May 29, 2019


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Ever since she was little, senior Sarah Bodnar said she has wanted to teach children and help them grow. In the fall, she will be attending the University of North Texas in order to pursue that dream. Bodnar joined Ready Set Teach during her senior year and worked with a class of second graders at We...

Born to Run

Born to Run

Michelle De Lellis, Reporter

May 29, 2019


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For the first time in high school history, the boys and girls track team swept district and area all in the same year. These accomplishments were a dream come true to senior Aaron Esparza, who has been running track ever since seventh grade and has a huge passion for the sport. Esparza said that he...

Trinity Gains Another Timberwolf

Trinity Gains Another Timberwolf

Justin Ballou, Reporter

May 29, 2019


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The football players may know senior Jacob Munoz as the weight-room warrior who benches 335 lbs. and squats 525 lbs, but he also ended up taking home the 2019 State Wrestling Title for the heavyweight class. To become a state champion, a wrestler must go undefeated through the tournament – there...

Running Her Way to College

Running Her Way to College

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

May 28, 2019


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Throughout her high school years, senior Sophia Roach has become an accomplished swimmer and runner for both the track and cross country teams. Now, with a scholarship already under her belt, she’s only months away from attending Northern Arizona State University, where she can make new memories with...

The Best of Both Worlds

The Best of Both Worlds

Sydney Miner, Reporter

May 28, 2019


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Juggling over five honor societies, leadership positions in band and a rigorous track and cross country schedule, senior Leah Wilcox has learned throughout her years in high school how to manage such an attentive schedule. Wilcox hands her ability to manage her schedule to staying organized and on t...

Self Motivation

Self Motivation

Kieren Garner, Reporter

May 28, 2019


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Junior Kate Lee moved here only three and a half years ago from South Korea, and has since joined ten clubs at school, and plays four instruments, all while taking “One of the main reasons that I’m in many clubs is because I want to get involved in many communities," Lee said. "Also, I think ...

From Captain to Coach

From Captain to Coach

Rylee Elam, Reporter

May 27, 2019


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Being nominated as captain of her high school cheer team was a big enough accomplishment for senior Jordan Tillett, until she broadened her horizons and landed a coaching job. Cheer Athletics is a gym for athletes of all levels to train with a team and compete at various events, including The Chee...

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