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NBA Finals Preview

NBA Finals Preview

Garrett Wilson, Reporter

May 31, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Most Recent, Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Round four of two powerhouse teams of the NBA has come and the anticipation is rising fast. Many questions will be answered throughout this series like if Lebron James will continue his journey with the Cavaliers after this year. Or how the X-factors Power Forward Andre Iguodala for the Golden State...

Senior Spotlight: Mason Brooks

Senior Spotlight: Mason Brooks

Garrett Wilson, Reporter

May 29, 2018


Filed under Humans of CP, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Senior Spotlight 2018, Top Stories

He is a co-founder of the P.A.C.K. and a 6'6" 255 pound starter for the varsity football team. Through everything he has done, senior Mason Brooks has made it his goal in high school to spread positivity and be the best version of himself. Brooks will be attending the University of Western Kentucky to pursu...

Girls Soccer: A Season to Remember

Girls Soccer: A Season to Remember

Justin Ballou, Reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under Most Recent, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

The 2018 Season was a season to remember for our Lady Timberwolves Soccer team. The girls finished with an overall 17-6-3 and a Texas state rank of 71. “The key to our success this season was working for each other,” varsity soccer player Corina Whitman said. “[Coach] Gamble always told us be...

Senior Spotlight: Mallory Matthys

Senior Spotlight: Mallory Matthys

Chloe Hunter, Guest writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Most Recent, Senior Spotlight 2018, Top Stories

A passion for healthcare has been a persistent throughout senior Mallory Matthys’ life. At an early age, she was exposed to the power of healthcare when her sister was born prematurely. She was born with meningitis and later developed pneumonia, which would cause her to stop breathing on multiple o...

Senior Spotlight: Mak Sexton

Senior Spotlight: Mak Sexton

Justin Ballou, Reporter

May 9, 2018


Filed under Humans of CP, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Senior Spotlight 2018, Top Stories

"How does he throw that far?" "Who is that?" "Oohs" and "Aahs" can be heard from the crowd as Quarterback Mak Sexton throws 70-yard passes in his pregame routine. Over the course of his three-year varsity football team tenure, Sexton threw for 4,759 yards and 53 touchdowns. While these numbers are unhear...

Senior Spotlight: Jordan Hagemann

Senior Spotlight: Jordan Hagemann

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief

May 7, 2018


Filed under Humans of CP, Most Recent, Senior Spotlight 2018, Top Stories

On a cheer squad for six years, but a cheerleader for life. While senior Jordan Hagemann has only spent a portion of her school career on a cheer squad, she strives to make others happy at every hour. Her days in cheer began in seventh grade, and from there she made her way up to being a member...

Senior Spotlight: Hunter Howe

Senior Spotlight: Hunter Howe

Garrett Wilson, Reporter

May 2, 2018


Filed under Humans of CP, Most Recent, Senior Spotlight 2018, Top Stories

Senior. For some, the word conjures up anxiety about college and making it into the real world. However senior Hunter Howe takes a different approach in going to college. Howe said that he has known for some time where he would go to college. "Both my parents went to Baylor and my brother currently...

Students Speak Out For National Walkout Day

Students Speak Out For National Walkout Day

Sydney Miner, Reporter

May 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Over 2,600 schools across the United States walked out of their classrooms at 10:00 a.m. on April 20, the anniversary of the Columbine school shooting 19 years ago. These students were protesting for gun law reform and the “congressional, state, and local failures to take action to prevent gun violence,” a...

Sophomore Receives Award for Sculpture

Sophomore Receives Award for Sculpture

Garrett Wilson, Reporter

April 24, 2018


Filed under Features, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

Sophomore artist Mary Paige Perry was recognized on April 19 at the Leander City Council Meeting for winning the Earth Day Sculpture competition. Her sculpture "The Bear" won her $150 in the contest hosted by Clawson Disposal Systems and the Leander Public Arts Commission. “My strategies for making my ...

Chaos Begins as NBA Playoffs Tip-off

Chaos Begins as NBA Playoffs Tip-off

Garrett Wilson, Reporter

April 20, 2018


Filed under Most Recent, Opinion, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

Basketball can be hectic sometimes, one example is superstar Lebron James and the Cavalier organization trading Kyrie Irving six months ago. Likewise, the NBA Playoffs could be even crazier. With rookies that have rejuvenated their team to vintage veterans taking over the league game by game, this years...

Naviance: What Can It Do?

Naviance: What Can It Do?

Justin Ballou, Reporter

April 16, 2018


Filed under Most Recent, News, Top Stories

Naviance is a website that has many important tools that students can use when in search of colleges. The website is made to be helpful to upperclassmen as they look for the next best step. When on the Naviance website (accessed through the cphs.leanderisd.org website), there are five different tabs at the top of the page to select from: Courses, Colleges, Careers,...

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