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Booked for a Lifetime

Booked for a Lifetime

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

December 9, 2019

CPHS Librarian Debby Barnes has been selected to be a reader for the TAYSHAS reading program. This is one of the reading programs created for high schools and is equivalent to the Bluebonnet reading program for elementary schools and the Lone Star reading program for middle schools.  “I think it...

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...

CPFB Season Comes to Heartbreaking Close

CPFB Season Comes to Heartbreaking Close

Justin Ballou, Reporter

December 2, 2019

Three weeks after defeating Manor on senior night, the Timberwolves had to face a Mustangs team hungry for revenge. The Mustangs got their revenge in a 17-14 victory, advancing them to round four to play Shadow Creek, a squad who knocked Cedar Park out of the playoffs last season. Offensively, the...

Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

November 29, 2019

There is no question about the importance of teachers in a school. Without them, the school could never run in the first place. They help improve skills in math, English, science and many other things in hopes of preparing us for a bright future, but there is a lot more to them that students don’t s...

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...

I Forgot That You Existed

I Forgot That You Existed

Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2019

I am a very forgetful person, lately more so. My memory range is strange. There are times that I remember random moments from my childhood, like the time I lied to my classmates and said my mom knew how to make Takis when she actually did not and there are also times in which I do not remember what I ...

The Mystery of What Life Could be

The Mystery of What Life Could be

Lacie Perry, Reporter

November 27, 2019

There is a belief that our world is a product of a simulation, one that is in the hands of a higher intelligent being that we humans are too dim to comprehend. Some people think that the beings are some sort of extraterrestrial life, others believe that it is our future selves. Whatever it is that is ...

Suburban Safari

Suburban Safari

Kieren Garner, Reporter

November 27, 2019

It’s not uncommon for the average household to have a dog or a cat, or even a fish. But senior Natalia Peck is the proud owner to thirty one animals, ranging from the average dog, to eight legged creatures and animals with no legs at all. According to Peck, animals have always been a love of hers, and ...

Wrestlers Earn Top Spots in Capital Classic

Wrestlers Earn Top Spots in Capital Classic

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 26, 2019

On Nov. 22-23, the wrestling team successfully competed in the third tournament of the season. In the end, five team members placed in the top five of their weight classes, with senior wrestling captain Cassie King named Capital Classic Varsity Girls 110lb Champion. “After I won, getting my hand raised was o...

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...

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