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

Senior Jordan Tillett takes her experience as a high school cheer captain and gets herself a job as a coach at the Cheer Athletics gym in Austin.

From Captain to Coach

Rylee Elam, Reporter May 27, 2019

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...

Hustling toward the basket, senior Callie Copeland powers thorugh 6A Cibolo Steeles defense on Nov. 30. Copeland was the teams captain and played shooting guard, where her primary goal was to score points for the team. I think whenever I step onto the court, my instincts just kick in, Copeland said. My thought are going super fast in my head as I try to analyze the best shot, pass or move to make on the defense.

From Center Court to Center Stage

Paris Maddox, Reporter May 22, 2019

The last game of a high school sports career is something all athletes dread. For senior basketball captain, Callie Copeland, it represented the end of 14 years of early morning trainings, long car rides...

What Started as a ‘Safety School’

What Started as a ‘Safety School’

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief May 17, 2019

Wellesley College – it’s the alma mater of Hillary Clinton, Diane Sawyer and the second woman to command a space shuttle mission. To most seniors applying for college, Wellesley would rank high on...

Taking control of the baton, senior Alena Albertson leads a race at Rouse High School. Albertson has been in track for three years, and said she believed her teammates were a big motivation for helping her pursue her dream. “Achieving my dream was hard, it came with a lot of ups and downs,” Albertson said. “Waking up at 5 a.m. for hard practices, then pushing myself to run more after school was super hard, but having my teammates along the way pushing me to be the best I could be was what made it worth it.”

Running With No XCuses

Tessa Balderama, Reporter May 8, 2019

Seven miles a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year – this is just a small part of the workout senior Alena Albertson put herself through to be able to run on the beaches at the Chaminade University...

Speaking at a Youth Toastmasters 4-H Club meeting, senior Deana Trautz completes an impromptu table topic. Trautz formed the club last March, creating the first youth Toastmasters club in all of Austin. Table topics give all of our members an opportunity to learn impromptu speaking, which is a skill we use every day, Trautz said.

The Face of Change

Katelyn Tschoerner , Reporter May 3, 2019

Everyone has heard the cliche phrases coined around the idea of being a positive change in the world and making a difference no matter how big or small. For some, this difference means recycling plastic...

Freshman Steven Barrick dresses to show his support for President Trump. “I know when I put it on in the morning that I’m going to get hated for it, and I kind of have to mentally prepare for it before I leave the house,” Barrick said.

Seeing Red

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief April 15, 2019

In a closet of t-shirts and hockey jerseys is a red hoodie. Wearing this hoodie is a decision that freshman Steven Barrick decides to make about once a week. It is a hoodie that can be picked out in a...

Learning about a vendors food, freshmen Lacie Perry and Ally Johnpress taste test cafeteria foods at the Flavor Fest on Feb. 6.

Flavor Fest Feedback Frenzy

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2019

Regulars in the cafeteria know the classic potatoes and gravy, tater tots and cheeseburger, but with the district’s fourth annual Flavor Fest this morning, underclassmen can expect some changes to their...

Anchor junior Evan Vines sits with Place 1 trustee, Trish Bode, while filming the The Wolfcast on Jan. 17.

Trustee Spotlight: Trish Bode

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2019

She has two cats named Zane and Zoë, a daughter that just started driving and a son who is in love with Beyblade. Although Trish Bode is similar in many ways to other community members, she is one of...

Freshmen Evan Smith, Evan Johnson and MJ Kelly hold up the transgender flag on Jan. 22, the first day of the transgender military ban. “I just think that right now, [Trump] being in office is bringing everything down,” Johnson said.

Won’t Be Erased

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief January 22, 2019

Being stuck in the wrong body — it’s the “Freaky Friday” nightmare that freshman Evan Johnson has lived with for over 15 years. Johnson is

Packcast Episode III: All About Yearbook

Jordan Deyo, Multimedia Manager January 22, 2019

  Jordan Deyo talks with yearbook design editors, seniors Sydney Miner and Mia Benge, about what it's like to be editors and how this year's yearbook it going.

Packcast Episode II: A Woman’s World in Wrestling

Jordan Deyo, Multimedia Manager January 22, 2019

  Jordan Deyo talks with junior Cassie King about what it's like being a girl on the wrestling team.

Packcast Episode I: Danielson’s Legacy Lives On

Jordan Deyo, Multimedia Manager January 22, 2019

  After the Leander ISD school board voted to name their ninth school after beloved dance coach, Stacy Danielson, Evan Vines interviewed her mom about the news on the first edition of The Packcast.

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