The Wolfpack

A “Pool” Kid

Eyes forward and head out of water, junior Thomas Wu competes at the 5A state championships in February. Wu made it to the finals for the 100yd butterfly and 100yd breaststroke events.  “Breaststroke has always been my best and favorite strokes since I started swimming, and I have spent a lot of time and effort working on it,” Wu said. “For the past year or so, I've also been trying to expand my horizons and improve my other events. For example, last year I really focused on the 100 butterfly and I improved a lot finishing fourth at the state championships.”
Junior competes at US Open, Looks to State Title
November 27, 2020

Jumping off the starting board, he heads straight into the chlorine infested pool water. The lack of spectators are replaced by cameras live streaming and the fastest swimmers in the nation surround him....

Sports Achieve Victory over COVID-19: Final Score 6-0

Fans cheer at the Cedar Ridge football game on Oct. 2. Even with COVID-19, senior Isaac Luttrell still goes to watch the team play.
Overview of Fall Sports
October 28, 2020

With the 2020-2021 school year starting off with COVID-19, virtual school and a delayed start, school sports was definitely a big question on many people’s minds. Questions like how would practices and...

Defense is Greatest Offense for Black Rain

Protecting the ball, senior RB Cade Haught looks for a hole during the Timberwolves 56-24 win over Georgetown on Friday. According to MaxPreps, Haught carried the ball nine times for 81 yards and three touchdowns. “It was pretty surreal, but I was hyped and felt good to be a part of beating Georgetown,” Haught said. “My confidence grew more and more as I ran into that end zone every time.”
T-Wolves Give the Eagles First Loss of Season
October 15, 2020

The Timberwolves faced the Georgetown Eagles on Friday for homecoming at Gupton Stadium. This game was the Timberwolves highest scoring game of the season so far, ultimately winning 56-24. The black...

Justin’s Sleeper Teams for 2020 MLB Season

The baseball season, as all sporting events are around the world, is on hold. When it does start, the three teams to watch out for are the Angels, White Sox and Padres.
April 24, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic has swept across the globe, it has left uncertainty revolving sports, including bringing up the question of when the 2020 MLB Season will actually begin. The league is looking...

Coming up Short to the Finish Line

Sliding into third base, senior outfielder Katy Kahlich gets into better scoring position for the batter. Kahlich has been on the varsity softball team for four years. “It’s just disappointing knowing we have a lot of talent and a lot of us seniors don’t get the senior experience,” Kahlich said. “It’s upsetting just not experiencing not enjoying our final season.”
Student Athletes Reflect on Disappointing 2020 Season
April 13, 2020

It has been 30 years since the last time the MLB’s season was delayed, 15 years since the last time the NHL didn’t have a Stanley Cup champion and 82 years since the NCAA didn’t hold its annual March...

Reminiscing In Memories at Season’s End

Cedar Park Lady Timberwolves basketball team poses after first place success in the McDonald's Invitational Tournament. The team finished 33-4 overall and broke school history by competing in the Regional Finals for the first time.
Basketball Players Share their Feelings Toward Weekend of Losses
March 12, 2020

The basketball season for both girls and boys Timberwolf teams has come to a close. The boys team traveled to Hearane on Feb. 28 to compete against Lake Creek High School for the area title and fell short...

Slidin’ Into Soccer Season

Kicking the ball downfield, varsity midfielder, junior Quinn Brooke plays in a match against Glenn on Jan. 28. The team is currently undefeated in districts and is continuing to set goals and practice hard to continue winning.
Players Discuss Goals of Season, Preparations for Future
March 9, 2020

The whistle pierces through the air, signaling the start of a new play. The players sprint downfield, chasing the ball. Shouts to each other indicate the plan to score. The ball hits the ground and the...

Continuing a Legacy

The CPHS state wrestling team takes a photo following regionals. Five of the wrestlers placed in the tournaments, with senior Ben Bell winning the state title.
Senior Ben Bell Wins State Championship, Extends Cedar Park's Streak of Having a State Champion Wrestler to Three Straight Years.
February 25, 2020

For the third straight year, the Timberwolf wrestling team has a gold medalist. Senior Ben Bell won the state championship for the 220 weight class on Feb. 22. Bell's brother, Levi, won the state title...

The Race is On

Senior Tiras Parker-Pie runs the two mile race in the team's first track meet of the season on Feb. 6. The team got first place in the meet against Rouse.
Returning Track Athletes Discuss New Coach, Upcoming Season Projections
February 19, 2020

Cedar Park track season is finally here. With the season rapidly approaching, athletes at Cedar Park began practicing as early as Jan. 20 for their events in running and field. The new year brings with...

Nets Cut and Trophies Hoisted

Posing for a picture, the boy's varsity team celebrates their second straight district title. The trophy was awarded to the team after they beat Marble Falls on Friday night, 65-37.
Varsity Boy's Basketball Earns Second Straight Title, Competes in Playoffs for 11th Straight Season
February 18, 2020

As the 2019-2020 regular season comes to a close, the team won the district title again for the second year in a row. The last game for the class of 2020 seniors was played in the Timberdome Friday, and...

Softball Prepares to Take a Swing at 2020 Season

Focused on catching the ball, senior infielder Reagan Hillis prepares to get the runner out at first base. Hillis, who has been on the team for four years, looks to continue last year's success into the new season. “I think the teams biggest strengths are our camaraderie, and our ability to fight back when we’re down,” Hillis said. “My personal goal is to strive to be a leader on the team for the underclassmen.”
Seniors Katy Kahlich and Reagan Hillis Prepare for New Season
February 14, 2020

After a devastating end to the 2019 season, getting knocked out of playoffs in the first round, the softball team is more determined than ever to go even further in playoffs this season.  Even...

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