The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Seniors Iriyana Lipkin and Mallory Ramos show school spirit at the first white-out football game of the season in August. Ramos said that moments like these mean everything to seniors looking back on their high school experience and to the year that was left unfinished. I look forward to any chance we have to celebrate all we’ve been through and to be able to do it together,” Ramos said.

Senior Slump: The Favorable, The Dreadful and The Disheartening

Addie Dawson, Reporter May 19, 2020

This 2020 school year is the most unique year that many of us have ever lived through, with a global pandemic breaking out right before school let out for spring break on March 13. Little did the students...

Cedar Park Lady Timberwolves basketball team poses after first place success in the McDonalds Invitational Tournament. The team finished 33-4 overall and broke school history by competing in the Regional Finals for the first time. We had a lot of success this season, and shout out to our coaches for all the preparation they did to help us succeed the way we did, senior guard Donya Yazdi said.

Reminiscing In Memories at Season’s End

Addie Dawson, Reporter 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...

Addie Dawson gives a song-by-song overview of Tame Impalas latest album The Slow Rush.

“The Slow Rush” Is Finally Over

Addie Dawson, Reporter February 28, 2020

The mind of Tame Impala’s genius, Australian artist Kevin Parker, released his fourth album "The Slow Rush" on Feb. 14, a highly anticipated album by fans everywhere. The album title itself expresses...

Senior Tiras Parker-Pie runs the two mile race in the teams first track meet of the season on Feb. 6. The team got first place in the meet against Rouse. This was one of the few races I was able to participate in before quarantine, but I still gave it my all, Parker-Pie said. I will be committing soon to run in college which I am very excited about and hope to take this sport as far as I can.

The Race is On

Addie Dawson, Reporter 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...

Seniors struggle to find the will to make it through their last semester of their high school career. Almost done with all school work, the seniors show up for attendance purposes and to have their last experiences with their peers. “I’m doing the best I can in all aspects, trying to spend time with my family, friends, and make the most of this last year on campus, senior Brynne Wardell said. I think this is why seniors are always tired or never show up, we have so much to show up for.”

Wash Your Hands, It’s Senioritis Season

Addie Dawson, Reporter January 24, 2020

The last semester of any year is exciting for students and the anticipation of summertime can be felt in the hallways, especially for the 516 seniors who are set to graduate in less than five months. No...

The Lady Wolves Varsity basketball team poses for a picture at the Austin Bowie Be-YOU-Tiful Tournament. The team plans to continue their success at the McDonalds Invitational Tournament this weekend. Were ready to compete against ranked 6A teams and get better for the bigger picture which is winning state, senior player Donya Yazdi said.

Lady Wolves Earn Championship at First Tournament

Addie Dawson, Reporter November 21, 2019

The Lady Timberwolves varsity basketball team attended the Austin Bowie Be-YOU-Tiful Classic tournament on Nov. 14-16. This was the team’s first official tournament of the upcoming season, and even though...

Sitting on a stool, freshman Sophie Dawson sings at the choir coffee house showcase on Nov. 13. Her constant practice of her art contributes to her improvement vocally in and out of the school choir. “I play my keyboard at night after I get done with everything and create songs off the top of my head for fun,” Dawson said.

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...

Rex Orange Countys album Pony is collection of rhythmic, deeply emotional songs that tap into the artists past. Maybe his best album yet, OConners songs piece together beautifully to convey his real life struggles with depression, his journey to recovery, and the complications that come with moving on from the past.

Warning: “Pony” Will Make You Cry

Addie Dawson, Reporter November 7, 2019

Rex Orange County has had many successful albums produced in the last few years, but his latest album titled "Pony" highlights his struggle with mental health, love and the inevitable presence of change....

Cedar Parks varsity boys football team emerges from their bust-out before facing Rouse on Sept. 27.  The importance of playing with total effort during practice and games is emphasized through the weekly earning of the leather belt. Whoever gets the most turnovers within the week during practice, that person gets to wear the belt before the game, senior DE Ben Bell said.

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...

The JV team huddles around seniors Takara Holst and Nicole Leff during a timeout at Fall League game vs. Lake Travis. The teams, Freshman, JV, and Varsity, all came out on top of their Lake Travis games. The younger teams look up to the returning players for support and example during Fall League and even into the season. Bringing back girls that have the best chemistry together allows the teams to create their own flow during every game, head coach Donny Ott said.

Practice How You Play

Addie Dawson, Reporter September 18, 2019

The team that made Cedar Park history is back and better than ever. With eight returning players, the girls basketball program is projected to continue its win streak that swept the district for the last...

With the school volleyball season underway, Dylan hopes to bring her all to the team and prove to the coaches that she deserves the spot she was given. The team has a record of 13-17 on the season while defeating Hutto on August 27th, a huge win for the program. “I think my role on the team is to bring positive energy, play defense, put my hitters in the position for success, and play with heart,” Gilkey said.

FISHY FEATURE: Dylan Gilkey

Addie Dawson, Reporter September 6, 2019

  This 2019-2020 school year at Cedar Park is shining brightly, thanks to some fresh faces on campus. The Cedar Park class of 2023 has become a new addition to the timberwolf student body,...

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