The Wolfpack

An Eagle Among Birdies

Finding the ball, senior Carson Vickers swings for success. Vickers planned to attend St. Edward's and play golf, but after COVID-19 resulted in the golf programs being discontinued, Vickers has had to adapt his plans, but said he will continue to practice and play golf. “I would say that [my] love of the game is the main reason that I’ve been able to get to where I am,” Vickers said.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

May 5, 2020

The people who are able to play golf at a high level have been proven to be on a different level of self confidence and patience by many major golf casting programs. Countless hours are spent on either a course or a driving range, perfecting just one shot with one club, and then switching to a differe...

Life Behind the Computer

Smiling for the camera, junior Grace Eaton creates a graphic using a picture of herself. Eaton is an aspiring Graphic Design student and has been given the opportunity to attend a summer institute in Philadelphia for Graphic Design.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

March 3, 2020

Music is playing lightly through her headphones. She works away her time on a computer, creating inspirational and amazing graphics, for anything that is asked of her. Junior Grace Eaton has shown her talent in Graphic Design enough to have the opportunity to learn more about her passion 1,656 miles a...

Music Affects the World

Hugging it out, seniors Cole Sylvester and Jonathan Kauffman wish each other the best run before the state finals performance. This performance earned them their second state championship.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

March 2, 2020

The room is silent. The only focus is on the marimba which resides on the stage of the performing arts center. Thoughts run through the performer's mind, about all of the hours devoted to the audition. For senior percussionists, Cole Sylvester and Jonathan Kauffman, this music and nerve enhanced enviro...

Nets Cut and Trophies Hoisted

Posing for a picture, the boy's varsity team celebrates their second straight district title. The trophy was awarded to the team after they beat Marble Falls on Friday night, 65-37.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

February 18, 2020

As the 2019-2020 regular season comes to a close, the team won the district title again for the second year in a row. The last game for the class of 2020 seniors was played in the Timberdome Friday, and the night was capped off as the whole team hoisted the district trophy and cut the net for the dis...

Top Quarterback to Play… Baseball?

Awaiting the ball, junior Ryder Hernandez gets set for a pitch. Recently,  Hernandez committed to continue his baseball career at Texas State University. “Texas State gave me an opportunity and they were the first school to do that for me. I felt that [Texas State was] a great fit, so I gave them my commitment now and not have to go through the recruiting process for another year.”

Noah Hedges, Reporter

January 29, 2020

Not many high school athletes get the chance to continue their respective sports careers, and for the ones that do, offers do not normally start to fuel up until after their senior season. For junior Ryder Hernandez, the wait is already over. Hernandez has committed to play baseball in college at Tex...

“Good” Vibes… Forever

Reporter Noah Hedges gives the rundown of the third installment of XXXTentacion's pastlife discography.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

December 17, 2019

Following two full album releases, along with XXXTentacion’s death, came the third installment of his post-death discography. The album, entitled “Bad Vibes Forever,” features many artists, including Trippie Redd, Lil Wayne, Noah Cyrus, Tory Lanez and blink-182.  This album was released on Dec. 6, following...

Mastering his Craft

Hitting the drum, sophomore Chris Masters performs at halftime during the football game against San Angelo. Masters plans to be the drum captain next season. “I want to be drum captain because past drum captains have taught me a lot about not only drumming, but life in itself,” Masters said.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

November 20, 2019

In the spring of 2018, current sophomore Chris Masters stood behind a large crowd of people in the Cedar Park band hall, waiting to see the placements for the coming marching season. Masters had been working nonstop on his technique and his craft, and it all led up to the day he made the snare line ...

The Rise After The Fall

Filling the dome with sound, the Cedar Park High School band performs at the UIL State Championships. They won their third consecutive state championship on November 5.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

November 7, 2019

Marching productions for the Cedar Park band come with about a year of thought. As soon as one season ends, directors are already finding music to put into a show, along with different concepts to go with the musical selections. This season, the production came after a disheartening end to the 2018 s...

Cedar Park Eliminates Biggest District Threat

Showing their American Pride, CPFB enters the field before their match up against Hutto on Oct. 20. The Wolves beat the hippos 20-16 in a close game.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

October 22, 2019

On Oct. 19, 2018, the Cedar Park Timberwolves were fighting back from an 0-2 start, looking to win their sixth game in a row against who was eventually named the District Champion: the Hutto Hippos. The game on that night was cold, wet and rainy, and the Wolves ended up taking their third loss of the ...

Cedar Park Destroys Georgetown’s Momentum in First Test of Season

Finding the ball, junior WR Preston Scott prepares to catch the ball to put 6 points on the board. Scott and the timberwolves fought hard to beat Georgetown 38-15.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

October 16, 2019

The game against Georgetown for the past few years has always been full of drama and excitement. In 2017, the Wolves were able to put up a comeback performance to win 28-27 after Mak Sexton fractured his femur, and in 2018, the game against Georgetown was essentially a dog fight, but the Wolves came...

500 Waited Days, 51 Minutes, 17 Songs, 11 Artists, One Album: ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’

Noah Hedges goes into detail about Post Malone's third EP.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

September 25, 2019

Over 1,000 days after Post Malone’s first album, his third album, “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” was released on Sept. 5.  One of the biggest things to notice about this album is the list of features. Typically, artists will post teasers about albums soon to be released, from featured artists t...

Wolves improve to 2-1 record after OT Thriller

Timberwolves celebrate as senior TE Brock Johnson seals the win in OT. The Timberwolves topped San Angelo 41-35. “My mindset before the final play was just to put it in the endzone for my brothers and the community that came to watch,” Johnson said.

Noah Hedges, Reporter

September 16, 2019

Coming off of a strong showing last week, defeating Cedar Ridge 26-14, the Timberwolves took a trip to San Angelo, TX, to face off against San Angelo Central on Friday, Sept. 13. San Angelo is one of the top teams in West Texas, according to MaxPreps, and that was clear throughout the whole game.  ...

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