The Wolfpack

Sariah Sings

Sariah Sings

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

December 6, 2019

Since her second-grade production of the annual thanksgiving play "The Pilgrim Plantation," freshman Sariah Reed has been doing musical theatre and has loved performing ever since. After playing the lead last year in the Cedar Park Middle School production of "Mary Poppins," Reed started her freshman ye...

Shoutout to my X

Shoutout to my X

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

December 5, 2019

She’s an artist, a model and a runner. Sophomore Xanthe Sparkman does it all and according to Sparkman, she excels in all of the activities she does. Over the course of her life she has made over thirty drawings and has raced over twenty two races and walked twelve catwalks. Running is litera...

The Key to Success

The Key to Success

Lacie Perry, Reporter

December 4, 2019

 Leadership; Leading and teaching a group of people, sharing new and old experiences, and taking part in opportunities together as a team. Leadership was designed for those who want to help others, and for sophomore Barbara Sylvester her role as a leader has just begun.  Sylvester takes part in a club called Key Cl...

Living a Technology Infused Life

Living a Technology Infused Life

Addy Bates, Reporter

November 28, 2019

When he’s not helping behind the scenes for the Wolfcast, building robots, or helping computer science with all things tech related, junior Travis Weir is helping younger children learn the ins and outs of robot building. Since a young age, Weir said he has always been fascinated by working with t...

Three’s A Charm

Three’s A Charm

Kieren Garner, Reporter

November 25, 2019

Many students have a younger or older brother or sister, maybe even multiple, but sophomore Natalie Cohen is a triplet with her siblings, Olivia and Jacob. While living with two other kids your age could seem intimidating, Cohen said that she really enjoys being a triplet. “Being a triplet giv...

Mastering his Craft

Mastering his Craft

Noah Hedges, Reporter

November 20, 2019

In the spring of 2018, current sophomore Chris Masters stood behind a large crowd of people in the Cedar Park band hall, waiting to see the placements for the coming marching season. Masters had been working nonstop on his technique and his craft, and it all led up to the day he made the snare line ...

Sing to Me

Sing to Me

Addie Dawson, Reporter

November 20, 2019

Her melodies ring out through the house, the car, the shower and any other space imaginable. Freshman Sophie Dawson never stops singing, and her love for music has no limit.  Dawson developed a passion for music and singing at an early age, her friends and family learning quickly of her vocal ...

Dancing Her Own Way

Dancing Her Own Way

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

November 14, 2019

Dance, a creative art form that comes in many different genres, can bring different emotions to different people. For junior Sanjana Krish, taking part of classical Indian dance called Bharatanatyam, allows her to do just that.  “My favorite part of Bharatanatyam is the expression and the p...

Posing for a Picture

Posing for a Picture

Ally JohnPress, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Clicking heels against the runway floor and outfits flowing in the slight breeze. Big smiles and perfect hair shine in the spotlight. All eyes are on her as she struts down the runway, confidence radiating from every point. For sophomore Aleksae Watson, this is just an average day at work. Her int...

Straight to the Point

Straight to the Point

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 12, 2019

Sword fighting may seem like something meant only for Musketeer movies and adventure books, however, for sophomore Tamara Eslava, fencing has become more than something out of a fantasy; it has become a major part of her life.  "At first I was kind of scared thinking I would never get the hang...

A Leap of Faith

A Leap of Faith

Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2019

Following several interviews, speeches and performances, while sitting at her kitchen table having dinner on, junior Rylee Tonacao received unexpected news.  After initially auditioning to become First Lieutenant, Tonacao was chosen as the next Celebrities captain.  “I screamed,”...

The High School Boy Wears Prada

The High School Boy Wears Prada

Kieren Garner, Reporter

November 7, 2019

It’s not uncommon for students in high school to have jobs. Whether it’s working in fast food or the local movie theater, it is often expected that students work. But senior Robert Sears has an unusual job that consists of flying abroad, cameras and his own face. Sears began his modeling career at the end o...

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