The Wolfpack

2015 Senior Superlative results

2015 Senior Superlative results

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

May 21, 2015

Seniors, first there was nominations. Then, there was voting. And now, there are results: Most Likely to Succeed: Rachel Pokorney and Chris Washington  Photo by Lauren Campbell Most Athletic: Alexis Green and Thomas Hutchings Photo by Lauren Campbell Most School Spirit: Monica Harkins and Trenton Davi...

Dodge ball tournament raises money for Project Grad

The aptly named

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

April 27, 2015

The Project Graduation Dodge Ball Tournament was held April 23. Students from all grade levels formed teams for the double-elimination style tournament. Ultimately, "The Best Team in the League" won out over a predominantly senior team in the Championship game. At the end of the tournament, $833 were...

Life Scout builds outdoor classroom for Cypress Elementary

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

April 10, 2015

When Life Scout Matthew Cloward of Troop 323 finally earned enough merit badges to become an Eagle Scout, there was only one thing left to do: his community service project. Immediately, Cloward knew he wanted to do a community service project for Cypress Elementary. In conjunction with the school,...

#ThrowbackThursday: Teachers at Prom

Spanish teacher Kris Campos at her prom. Photo courtesy of Kris Campos.

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

April 9, 2015

Before they were chaperones, the CPHS faculty went to prom, planned prom and even won Prom King. Here are some throwback photos to get you excited for this year's big dance on April 18 at the University of Texas Club. Tickets are on sale for juniors and seniors at lunches for $40 per person. No tickets...

Shattered Dreams hits a nerve

In despair, senior Lexi Breed clutches the arm of Shattered Dreams victim senior Reagan Head during the crash scene on March 12. Senior John Tolander (left) and Biology teacher Brent Grissom (not pictured) were also killed.

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

March 26, 2015

This year’s Shattered Dreams production, on March 12-13, aimed to illustrate the consequences of impaired and distracted driving to the student body who viewed it. This year senior Wolfcast Technical Director and Shattered Dreams Director Brianna Ray wanted it to be the best production possible. “It’s...

DECA member qualifies for international competition

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

March 10, 2015

After winning at the district five competition, eight DECA Students qualified to compete at the DECA State Career Development Competition held Mar. 25-27 at the Sheraton Dallas Conference and Exposition Center. During the second day of state competition sophomores Brittany Ballou and Avery Daniel...

Wrestling takes five to Regionals, two to State

Juniors Mason Vidrine and Gabriel Lensing advance to State wrestling tourney on Feb. 20-21.

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

February 20, 2015

At the district wrestling tournament on Feb. 7, five members of the wrestling team qualified for regionals. Junior Captain Mason Vidrine placed second, followed by junior Captains Justin Lovelace and Gabriel Lensing taking third in their respective weight classes. Sophomores Steven Ward and Nathan Sloey...

CPFB Wins “Play of the Year” award

A Time Warner Cable rep presents junior Tommy Lavine and senior Amir Alzer with a $1000 check on Feb. 12 for winning the

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

February 13, 2015

After over 14 weeks of voting, CPFB pulled out a W in Time Warner Sports Channel's "Play of the Year" contest on Feb. 12. As part of winning, the school received 1,000 dollars donated by Time Warner Sports Channel. The play was picked by a fan vote and featured senior quarterback Amir Alzer throwing...

Inside COOL Week: IBM Communications

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

February 12, 2015

My fellow seniors and I waded into the real world this last week. As part of COOL Week, or Career Opportunities on Location, we got a taste of a future career path that interested us. For my placement, since I’m majoring in Public Relations at Texas Tech University next fall, I went to the communications...

Build season begins for RoboLobos

Courtesy of Cedar Park Robotics

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

January 21, 2015

The race to build the best robot is on for the robotics team. As of Jan. 3, the team has been working on a robot capable of lifting and stacking boxes in a challenge called “Recycle Rush.” The team’s robot must be completed by midnight on Feb. 17, giving the RoboLobos a six week turn around period. Because...

A new Lilly coming to Target stores

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

January 14, 2015

If you haven’t heard yet, Lilly Pulitzer is ganging up with Target to produce a 250 piece collection with 15 exclusive prints. The collection, which will focus on summer and resort-wear styles, will come out on April 19. The reactions to the new Lilly for Target line were perhaps even more newsworthy...

T-Wolves fall short at State in final seconds, finish season 12-4

The Timberwolves made their second appearance in three years at the Texas High School State Football Championships at AT&T stadium in Arlington on Dec. 19. They fell short of the win 38-35 to Ennis.

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

December 30, 2014

In a nail-biting fourth quarter, Ennis turned the 5A State Championship around after a touchdown with 20 seconds left on the clock for a final score of Ennis 38, Cedar Park 35 on Dec. 19 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Initially, Cedar Park trailed behind Ennis in the first quarter, but gained...

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