The Wolfpack

Skills USA succeeds on competition day

Skills Team members that competed at State: Front: Drew Summers, Celeste Chavez, Nataniel Carrasquillo Medina, Ayah Alomari, and Mai Tran, Middle:  Elizabeth Herold and Robin Davies, Back: Sagar Kansara, Nolan Bitner, Ty Marwitz, Aaron Richter, Julio Murcia, and Kristen Grimm.

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

April 15, 2015

Leaders emerged during the State meet on March 25-28 for the CPHS Skills USA competitors, with two competitors who placed first, two who finished second, six who finished third, and 12 who finished with a blue ribbon. Competition students mainly focused on agriculture and engineering, broadening their...

Austin’s rodeo ropes in Sublime

Austin's rodeo ropes in Sublime

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

April 2, 2015

Getting a text from my boyfriend's mom asking me if I wanted to go to Austin's rodeo was almost an immediate "no" until she mentioned Sublime. Growing up in New England, I've never been to a rodeo, it’s not part of our lifestyle. When I had to move to Texas five years ago, I did not want to embrace...

Photography student awarded Gold Key

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

March 27, 2015

Anticipation filled the room as Tiffany Asha proudly walked in the choir room with one student in mind. A senior in the Photography II class, Matthew Cloward, won the gold key award for his pictures of nature. "I had no thought that I could've won it," Cloward said. "Mrs. Asha walked in and pulled...

Daichi Sushi and Grill

Daichi Sushi and Grill

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

February 20, 2015

3.5 out of 5 stars My boyfriend took me to Daichi Sushi and Grill for a Valentine’s dinner. The little restaurant is located near Milburn Park, neighbored next to a few other businesses. It is a very small place, in fact, some people had to wait outside for thirty minutes or so because all ten tables...

Boys basketball powers way through season

Pump Fake: Senior Kristian Casas fakes out the defender and passes the ball to a teammate in order to finish the play strong. In this game against the Hawks on Nov. 29, the T-Wolves lost 32-48.

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

January 23, 2015

Pump fake, through the legs, across the court and to the hoop; sweat drips down the faces of tired, but triumphant, players. Varsity has a district record of 5-0 and JV a record of 4-1. The guys practice hard every day in order to be competitive with other teams. A normal practice consists of a whole...

Gift Giving Guide

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

December 15, 2014

It’s that time of the year again where the seemingly harmless family gatherings can turn into madhouse disasters. This gift guide will not only get you through the holidays, but will perhaps help you become the favorite relative in your family. Outdoors and More: Have a family member from the north...

Pink Out sold their hearts out

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

November 14, 2014

Throughout October, the cheerleaders were selling their Pink Out shirts to raise money for the cure and provide awareness of breast cancer. The cheerleaders have always been in charge of designing and selling shirts for Pink Out. "Each year a cheer captain designs the Pink Out shirts," head cheer...

Auto club revs up

Auto club accelerates: The club is all about cars; ranging on how to repair them to discussing their futures in the automotive business.

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

November 4, 2014

Trucks, sports cars, motorcycles and anything else with wheels. Automotive Club is a club for car people, or anyone interested in automobiles. The club is sponsored by science teacher Shannon McPherson, who thinks Auto Club is the complete opposite of her other club: Environmental Club. “First...

PNG takes the stage and the audience

PNG B team bows together at the end of their show on Oct. 14 . The Black Box is small so PNG members are worried about size.

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter

October 28, 2014

Lots of laughs were shared on Oct. 14 as PNG's B team had their first performance this year. For quite a few of the B team members, it was their first time ever performing as part of the improv group. Senior Jordan Howell was one of those first time members. “It was really easy,” Howell said....

New coach swims to CPHS

Senior Caroline Kessler, Coach Meghan DeWees and Mason Luna-Howell talk strategy during a tri-meet against Leander and Stony Point on Oct. 4. The team won the meet with a total point score of 302.

Hunter-Rose Comtois, Reporter

October 10, 2014

Splash, swim, rotate, repeat. Then Meghan DeWees' whistle blows loud to define the end of practice. DeWees is the new head swim coach this year. She’s always been into swimming and has coached at other schools prior to CPHS. “I was coming from a really great school,” DeWees said. “My concerns...

Google is still going strong

Hunter-Rose Comtois, Reporter

October 10, 2014

  Google and Bing have been in a war to the best. Bing is newer, but Google is known as old and reliable. Senior Sam Vaters uses Google instead of Bing because it gives her the best results, fast. “Google is what I’m used to,” Vaters said, “It provides results quickly, succinctly...

Google vs. Bing

Hunter-Rose Comtois, Reporter

October 10, 2014

Google and Bing have been in a war for what search engine is the best. Bing is newer, but Google is known as old reliable. Senior Sam Vaters uses Google instead of Bing because it gives her the best results fast. “Google is what I’m used to,” Vaters said, “It provides results quickly, succinctly...

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