The Wolfpack

Running Cross The Country

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.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

May 20, 2020

Making varsity cross country is never easy, especially when it’s on as competitive of a team as Cedar Park. That’s why senior Tiras Pie had to fight in order to cement himself as an integral part of his team. It took more than just hard work and dedication, it also required him to grow as a perso...

Spring Break Extends Due to COVID-19

This is a 3-D rendering of what COVID-19 looks like under a microscope. The spikes along the viruses membrane are what allows it to attach to cells.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

March 27, 2020

A current topic of conversation in daily life and in the news is the COVID-19 or Coronavirus. Since its discovery in Wuhan, China back in late 2019, it has caused massive shut downs in the economy, widespread panic in people around the globe, according to BBC. Coronaviruses were first identified du...

Your Vote Is Your Voice

Speaking into the microphone, government teacher Jennifer Fortenberry addresses upperclassmen on Jan. 30 at the voter registration rally. Fortenberry organized the rally in order to reinforce the significance of voting. “It’s very important that the younger generations vote,” Fortenberry said. “A lot of the decisions that are being made now are going to be affecting them the most, whether it’s about the environment, or social security, or college, or whatever the issue may be those issues are going to be impacting this generation for their entire lives.”

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

February 17, 2020

Turning 18 years old comes with many freedoms and responsibilities. One of those responsibilities is the right to vote, and for eligible upperclassmen, this year will be their first time voting in a primary election and the presidential election. In hopes to reinforce the importance of voting, on Ja...

Stop Freaking Out, We Are Not Going to War

Sources in CNN  claims that the authorization to kill Soleimani were made months prior to the event, and according to Trump were strictly Preemptive.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

February 6, 2020

Whether you saw the memes on Tik Tok or read about the incident in the news, the U.S. airstrike that killed the Iranian General Soleimani has prompted plenty of controversy and raised many questions over the possibility of war. However, that does not mean you need to start panicking. Tension between t...

Top Five Christmas Movies to Watch

Reporter Isaiah Prophet compiles a list of five Christmas movies to enjoy during the holiday season.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

December 24, 2019

It’s that time of year again, the time for hot chocolate, presents and Mariah Carey. But one thing I have always loved and still love today is sitting together on the sofa as a family and watching a marathon of Christmas movies. But… every year we always struggle to figure out which movies to watc...

Hearts for the Homeless

The box used to collect items for the drive. this was desigmned by every member of the club according to Shipps and there were several prototypes as well.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

December 20, 2019

 The African American Heritage club started an item drive to help out the homeless. The drive hoped to raise one hundred pairs of socks, bars of soap and toothbrushes through the holiday season. The event was created in conjunction with the organization hearts for the homeless, which is a charit...

Shoutout to my X

Running at a steady pace, sophomore Xanthe Sparkman competes at the XC meet on Oct. 18. In addition to being a runner, Sparkman is also a model and artist.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

December 5, 2019

She’s an artist, a model and a runner. Sophomore Xanthe Sparkman does it all and according to Sparkman, she excels in all of the activities she does. Over the course of her life she has made over thirty drawings and has raced over twenty two races and walked twelve catwalks. Running is litera...

Video Game Violence? Or is it Just Guns?

 In the recent wake of mass shootings in our country, many citizens, including President Trump, believe video games are to blame. However, that is not the case.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

November 22, 2019

On October of 1958, William Higinbotham created what is to be believed as the worlds first video game. It was a simple tennis game that featured three main components, two of which were pixels controlled by the players and the other one was a ball. Fast forward 61 years to 2019 and now video games can ...

Best Homemade Costume Ideas for Halloween

With Halloween approaching fast, it can be difficult to find the perfect costume in time. No worries, there is an easy way to make a great costume with only a few supplies.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

October 29, 2019

Halloween is just around the corner but, oh no, you don't have a costume! And you can't afford to buy a new one, what ever will you do? Well, have I got the perfect solution for you- just make your own. Don't worry if you're having trouble figuring out what to make, here are some costume ideas you can...

Dunking For Dough

 Running down the basketball court, sophomore Landon Langseth attempts to score a shot during the three on three tournament Oct. 26.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

October 28, 2019

Boys basketball team hosted a three on three tournament on Oct. 26 to raise funds for the upcoming season. According to event organizer Mary Pritzlaff, the tournament is the main fundraiser for the boys basketball booster club. The money raised will help pay for their equipment such as jerseys, bask...

Varsity Tennis Ranked First in District

Senior varsity tennis player Bryce Bailey gets ready to return a serve during a match on Sept. 24. The varsity team has played a total of 15 matches and won every one, making them undefeated.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

October 3, 2019

The ball bounces back and forth from one side of the court to another. Spectators watch as the players clash, forehand, backhand, underhand, overhand, each serve more aggressive than the next. Until finally the dust settles, both players exhausted, and the victor of the tennis match is clear: Cedar Pa...

Actions to Last a Lifetime

Mr.Madu teaches one of his engineering classes. Madu was an advocate for the school and sponsored seven clubs during his time at CPHS.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

September 9, 2019

Teachers often play an important part in many people's lives. Their lessons and teachings on responsibility and real-world issues can have a dramatic effect on society and how some grow as people. Former engineering teacher Joseph Maduneme was no different, and according to his students, his impact is ...

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