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

Native American Heritage Month

January 24, 2022

November marks Native American Heritage Month, and with it comes the time to pay tribute to the traditions and history of Native Americans. Reporter Iliana Tangarova speaks with Lenape Tribal Citizen Leigh...

The Yerd Life: Back in School

The Yerd Life: Back in School

Rachana Kommineni, Reporter January 21, 2022

Coming off a tough non-district schedule and loss to Round Rock, varsity football won its first district game of the season against Georgetown 49-45. The game came down to the final minute, with the T-Wolves’ play cementing their lead.
“Winning our first district game definitely helped us because we had just beat one of our toughest district opponents in a big way,” junior linebacker Isaac Barksdale said. “The mood was almost frustrated because it was that close of a game. But, it was also like ‘Okay, we know what we have to do, so let’s go do it.’

2021 Fall Sports Recap Slideshow

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief January 9, 2022

Eyes on the end zone, senior running back Kevin Adams scores a touchdown in overtime on Nov. 12 against Johnson. According to Max Preps, Adams had 120 total yards and two touchdowns. “My two touchdowns felt pretty good, especially my overtime touchdown where we snatched the lead and having their fumble felt pretty good, Adams said.

Why Not Us

Tristan Hernandez, Guest Reporter November 19, 2021

The clock stands still at 0:00 as varsity football faces off in sudden death. The Jaguars and Timberwolves score one touchdown after the next in overtime, until Johnson fumbles the ball and Cedar Park...

Jack Polishook

Jack Polishook

November 16, 2021

"The pep rally was pretty stressful just because it was my first time doing it and I didn't really know what to expect, but it was also pretty fun once it started. Just from watching [the pep rallies]...

Raising a pink pom, senior Sophia Franco helps lead the crowd in a chant during the Pink Out pep rally on Oct. 15. The pep rally was the first in-school pep rally since March of 2020 and was located on the football field to help with social distancing.

Where Ya From?

Rachana Kommineni, Reporter November 16, 2021

After a year of mostly virtual learning and limited opportunities to showcase T-Wolf school spirit, the fall brought back the first three pep rallies since spring of 2020. Meet the Timberwolves, an...

Jacob Cohen

Jacob Cohen

November 16, 2021

“Pep rallies always have a great atmosphere. I enjoy watching everyone get excited as well as playing my instrument for the crowd. The music, games, and performances are a great way to get the school...

The Good: 

October 7, 2021

Some online trends, such as live streaming and marketing, are harmless, and even beneficial for others. They are the reason for the rapid growth of social media and the modernization of society alike....

The Bad:

October 7, 2021

While social media trends generally attempt to entertain audiences, the extent to which they go sometimes goes overboard, and can be dangerous and even illegal in some cases. These challenges involve the...

In the original 1992 film, this scene depicted Candy Man as graffiti on the wall. In this film graffiti can be seen throughout the Cabrini Green community.

Say His Name

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter September 13, 2021

1992 Original

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter September 13, 2021

The Main Character: The leading lady of this 1992 horror classic is Helen Lyle played by Virginia Madsen, a college student doing an investigation on urban legends which eventually leads her to the story...

Farewell, Journalism Seniors

Paige Hert, Adviser May 27, 2021

These students spent their high school time celebrating and telling the stories of everyone else. Now, it's their turn. Congratulations to the seniors in the Yearbook, Newspaper and Broadcast programs...

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