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Running With No XCuses

Running With No XCuses

Tessa Balderama, Reporter

May 8, 2019


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Seven miles a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year – this is just a small part of the workout senior Alena Albertson put herself through to be able to run on the beaches at the Chaminade University of Honolulu. Albertson said that running became her favorite hobby after she was consistently push...

Air Force Ahead

Air Force Ahead

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

May 7, 2019


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With a family history of military members and law enforcement, senior Jordan Deyo has always been exposed to the lifestyle and stories of a soldier. Now, at the end of her high school years, she's only months away from joining the Air Force and getting sent away to fight for her country. "My grandmother...

From The Wolfpack to The Wolfcast

From The Wolfpack to The Wolfcast

Addy Bates, Reporter

May 6, 2019


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He may not be the face saying “have a great day or not, the choice is yours,” but as the executive producer of The Wolfcast, senior Perry Jamail is in charge of all things behind the scenes. After joining the broadcast introduction class during his sophomore year, then moving up to the broadcast class...

The Face of Change

The Face of Change

Katelyn Tschoerner, Reporter

May 3, 2019


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Everyone has heard the cliche phrases coined around the idea of being a positive change in the world and making a difference no matter how big or small. For some, this difference means recycling plastic water bottles or talking to a new student at lunch, however, for senior Deana Trautz, this difference i...

Dual Sport Athlete Balls Out One Last time

Dual Sport Athlete Balls Out One Last time

Noah Hedges, Reporter

May 2, 2019


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Students learn early that playing multiple sports isn’t easy, as planning and sleep schedule issues arise. There are only a few people that choose to keep fighting through hardship while being a dual-sport athlete, and one of them is senior Stryder Laster. He is a second team all-district defender for ...

From CP to the SEC

From CP to the SEC

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

May 1, 2019


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In the fall, seniors Riley Petcosky and Dominic Toledo will be added to the list of student-athletes that have signed to play a sport at the Division 1 level. They will be joining a list including Spencer Drango, now playing in the NFL for the San Diego Chargers, and the most recent being Mason Brooks,...

Livin’ on a Spare

Livin’ on a Spare

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

April 29, 2019


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She's a die-hard baseball and football fan, but the sport she chooses to devote most of her energy and time to is bowling. After weeks of dedicated training and competing, junior Addy Bates was ranked second at State during the competition on March 30. "It's so amazing knowing that all of the hard...

A Toy Story

A Toy Story

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

April 10, 2019


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Freshman, basketball player, Student Council member and as of this February, presenter at the Toy of the Year Awards. Due to his recent work with inventing toys, Riley Pritzlaff won an opportunity of a lifetime this year to present at the famed TOTY Awards on Feb. 15. The TOTY Awards, which are administ...

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...

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