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

Inspired by Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet,” “West Side Story” started off as a Broadway musical in 1957 and was then made into a film by the same name in 1961. Only recently has the film been remade with Steven Spielberg as director, starring actors Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler.

Something’s Coming, Something Good

Isa Morgan, Reporter December 21, 2021

Forbidden love, tragic deaths and fantastic dance scenes are all things to look forward to in Steven Spielberg's new rendition of the timeless musical "West Side Story." The film was released on Dec. 10...

Holding their timberwolve signs high, captains and seniors Julia Childress, Jani Jung and Kristine Kim sing along to the school song celebrating a victory at this years homecoming football game. According to Kim, when they aren’t on the sidelines cheering on the players, the captains are working hard with their team to perfect their routines for competition season. “Theres always pressure on myself and my other captains Jani and Julia,” Kim said. “Coming back from a season of success into this new one, we want to defend our national title. As a leader and representative of the team I just want the girls to feel the feeling of working hard and receiving positive results from our work.”

Top of the Pyramid

Isa Morgan, Reporter December 10, 2021

Virtual school, lockdowns and cancellations of important events led to major setbacks at the height of the worldwide pandemic, yet through it all, the cheer team secured a podium spot. It was their first...

Standing tall, drum majors and color guard display their first place medals with pride at the UIL State Competitions for band. This is the fourth year in a row that band has been awarded first place in the UIL 5A competition. This is a huge accomplishment for our band, as it is now our fourth consecutive state championship and our sixth overall. Each year, this contest gets more difficult to win, as every band keeps progressing, drum major and junior Nicholas Doluisio said. We are so happy that our sister schools were able to finish on the podium as well, as we know theyve also worked incredibly hard.

Go Four It

Isa Morgan, Reporter November 17, 2021

The early mornings and late nights full of endless practices have paid off, as band finishes off their competition season with a back-to-back-to-back-to-back win at the State 5A UIL competition. Although...

Beaming with delight, members of YoungLife flaunt their color-stained faces after participating in the Color War, held on Aug. 30. This color war is one of the many events that YoungLife holds in order to encourage everyone to come to their gatherings. “They want to gather high schoolers from Vista Ridge and Cedar Park, no matter what they believe in, to come together as a community,” freshman Emery Taylor said. “[They want us to] have just like an hour or two to hang out and just talk about what matters to them.”

Mondays Are For YoungLife

Isa Morgan, Reporter October 27, 2021

Originally created as a way to get teenagers engaged in traditional church programs in the late 1930s, according to the website, YoungLife has evolved over the years to a club to help teenagers feel like...

Fighting for dominance on the mat, sophomore Kylee Foulds competes in one of many wrestling tournaments in 2021. This year’s wrestling season will start in early November with the first tournament over Thanksgiving break. “I’m really excited for this season,“ Foulds said. “I’m expecting this season to be more challenging physically because of how short last season was because of COVID-19. It’s going to be tough to have to make weight for several months, and having several matches a week, but I’m glad that we have a full season this year.”

Wrestling with Gender Norms

Isa Morgan, Reporter October 13, 2021

Pacing on the side of the mat with music blasting through her headphones, pulling up the straps to her singlet, clicking on her headgear and anticipating her next match, junior Erika Peterson goes through...

Working hard, seniors Bella Birdsley, Annika Johnson, Lucy Walter, and sophomores Courtney McDanald, Aidan Cox and James Bailey practice their music for Carrie the Musical at an after-school rehearsal. With only a few weeks left until opening day, cast members are working endlessly to bring Carrie to the stage. “I’m a little bit nervous, just because it’s been like a year and a half since I’ve done a musical production,” senior and lead in the show, Lucy Walter said. “But I think everyone is really excited to finally get to perform and it’ll be surreal when we get back on the stage.”

Pig Blood, Levitation and High School Drama

Isa Morgan, Reporter September 29, 2021

Blood will rain down on the stage in October as theatre debuts "Carrie the Musical." This show will be one of many to come for the theatre department and will be student-led for the most part. Opening...

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