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No Pain, No Gain

No Pain, No Gain

Noah Hedges, Reporter

February 27, 2019


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Marimba. Swimming. Piano. These are just three of the hobbies that have taken up the first 18 years of senior Emily Pumphret's life. She said she has found her place in music by joining the band, as she loves to create music and perform. However, for Pumphret, being in band goes back a lot farther ...

Dog Show Days

Dog Show Days

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

February 27, 2019


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Working as a teenager can be a challenge, especially when finding something that isn’t tedious or boring. While some students may go to their fast food or retail jobs after school, freshman Lacie Perry does things a little differently by training and competing in dog shows with German Shepherds. ...

Finding His Niche on Twitch

Finding His Niche on Twitch

Estefani Rios, Reporter

February 7, 2019


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Playing games on the internet for hundreds of people to view seemed like an absurd thing to do a few years ago. Now, with the rise of streaming and video sharing platforms like YouTube and Twitch, it is taken more seriously by outsiders.  Sophomore Tristan Gauny has streamed gaming content on Twitch since the fall of ...

Iriyana’s Got Talent

Iriyana’s Got Talent

Addy Bates, Reporter

February 5, 2019


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Four a.m. It is typically a time for sleeping, but for junior Iriyana Lipkin, 4 a.m. was once the end of a 10-hour rehearsal in preparation for "America’s Got Talent." On top of school work, being the digital content manager for The Wolfcast and making time to teach other kids how to dance, L...

Kickin’ It With Killebrew

Kickin’ It With Killebrew

Callie Copeland, Reporter

January 31, 2019


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Every morning, as students strap on their backpacks, Officer Ray Killebrew puts on his badge. Originally from Inks Lake, Texas, Killebrew now works here as the full-time School Resource Officer after making what he said was one of his best career moves yet. “I really enjoy it over here,” Killebrew...

She’s Got Horse Power

She’s Got Horse Power

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

January 30, 2019


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While other athletes spend their time keeping their eyes on the ball, sophomore Reese Parker keeps her eye on the horse. For 11 years, she has been practicing the sport of horseback riding, as she learns to trust and understand the animals she competes with. Parker said she discovered the sport of...

Writing With a Purpose

Writing With a Purpose

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

January 17, 2019


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Using only a pencil and a piece of paper, sophomore Anya Van Arnam has discovered her talent in inspiring people through poetry. With four of her pieces already published through The Austin Internation Poetry Festival and a few independent anthologies, she continues to write and practice her skills,...

Former Sugar Lover Becomes Healthy Living Advocate

Former Sugar Lover Becomes Healthy Living Advocate

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter

December 7, 2018


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Ice cream, donuts, cherry bars and chocolate chip cookies- the diet that was once routine for former sugar lover, senior Jordan Peterson. While her mom tried out several paleo-like diets to become healthier, Peterson spent much of her childhood clinging to anything sweet, causing her parents to wo...

Humans of CP: Tabitha Hostetler

Humans of CP: Tabitha Hostetler

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

December 6, 2018


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Inspired by her dad's work, welding student junior Tabitha Hostetler has spent the last four years creating and selling her own jewelry. Her greatest tool? Broken and used bike parts. Hostetler began making jewelry in seventh grade as gifts for friends and family members. She said that she enjoys...

Be the Brigade

Be the Brigade

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2018


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September 2, 2014- a date that senior Lance White knows by heart. It was the day that he was given news that would change his life forever, the day that Dr. Virginia Harrod came to his bedside and told him that he had cancer. In the days leading up to his diagnosis, White had what appeared to be a...

Music, Animals, Endometriosis

Music, Animals, Endometriosis

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

November 26, 2018


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Time management and dedication are two concepts that band member, junior Kaity Rhine is familiar with. Originally joining band to keep in touch with her elementary school crush, Rhine fell in love with it and has never left since. Apart from band, Rhine has been faced with a set of challenges throug...

Humans of CP: Nathan Wright

Humans of CP: Nathan Wright

Justin Ballou, Reporter

November 22, 2018


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Junior Nathan Wright seems to do it all. He participates in varsity soccer, varsity choir, Pitch Black, theatre and the National English Honor Society. He also takes Pre-AP classes, which he said take up a lot of his time due to the amount of homework. While Wright goes from one activity to the next,...

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