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

Ashlyn Gazlay poses with her brand new parking spot featuring her car in the background. Trying not to be basic, she said, she decided to mix her pink and green paint both with white to make two new colors and make the lines different sizes. “I looked up some ideas on Pinterest, but those were ones everyone was doing, so I decided to just use the two colors I wanted -green and pink- and just drew random, curved lines that were different sizes and added my name,” Gazlay said. “The process was pretty long and took four separate days to do it.”

Reserved Parking

Heidi Williams, Reporter November 18, 2022

For a second year, the school has brought back seniors being able to paint parking spots. For $75, seniors were able to purchase a parking spot, submit a design to paint on that spot, and park in the painted...

After scoring the final touchdown of the game, juniors Luca Wilson and Davis Williams celebrate. Cedar Park won 24-7 against Hendrickson. “It felt pretty good, it was the first one of my [varsity] career so it was pretty exciting,” Wilson said. “I didn’t play much at the game, but we planned that play all week so I was just hoping to get the play.

Victory at Gupton

October 18, 2022

Returning home from two away game losses, the Timberwolves returned to Gupton Stadium to defeat the Hendrickson Hawks 24-7 on Oct. 14 to keep the home stadium win streak alive after beating East View on...

With a sunset behind them, sophomore Lola Walter, senior Kamryn Kramer and junior Raegan Ford pose for a picture after beating Westwood. “I think the team did exceptionally good for this being our first scrimmage and with the new players and returning players,” Walter said. “I loved getting to do this because it lets us see how much we can improve for [the] real season and what we are already strong on.”

Inside the Eight

Heidi Williams, Reporter October 14, 2022

Ever since the indigenous peoples began playing lacrosse in 1100 A.D. in what is now the New York area, it's spread all across North America being most popular on the East and West Coast. According to...

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