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The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Standing for a group photo, Rho Kappa volunteers group together to run the Women’s History Month gallery walk in the library. “The members’ involvement was really nice to see,” Rho Kappa Vice President James Sanderson said. “I liked seeing our Rho Kappa members actively participate in community events, especially with something as important as women’s history. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Fortenberry

Walking Through Time

Jane Yermakov, Reporter April 9, 2024

To celebrate Women’s History Month, librarian Keri Burns teamed up with Rho Kappa, the social studies honor society to host a gallery walk in the library. Held on March 27-28, the gallery walk showcased...

Robotics team 14361 holding their trophy after winning the UIL 5A State FTC competition on March 21 in Belton. “It felt amazing since we finally saw all of our hard work pay off,” junior Luyang Chen said. “Every single person on the team was overjoyed. For many, it was probably one of the best moments of the season.” Photo courtesy of Arav Neroth

Robolobos Go Loco

Caroline Howard, Reporter April 3, 2024

Anticipation fills the room in Belton as they patiently wait for the scores to be revealed on March 21. Robotics team 14361 bursts out into screams and hugs as the realization hit that they had just won...

Holding up a visual representation of the solar system, Baylor Astronomy Professor and department head Dr. Barbara Endl, PHD. gives a presentation on the solar eclipse during DEN on March 22. Endl explained the proper safety percautions to take on April 8 when the solar eclipse passes through Williamson County.“Make sure you have the proper protection for the eyes,” Endl said. “In terms of other safety measures, if you are going to go somewhere, be prepared. For example, pack water and snacks. The travel on the way back can be very complicated because everybody goes at the same time, when the sun is out of the eclipse, everyone leaves at the same time, so there have been lots of traffic jams in the past.”

Here Comes the Sun

Alyssa Fox, Reporter April 3, 2024

During the school day on April 8, the Total Solar Eclipse will pass over the school at approximately 1:30 p.m. In effort to properly educate the student body on the eclipse, AP Physics and Seminar teacher...

Walking through the tunnel created by the cheerleaders and Celebrities, senior Frances Tran smiles as the soccer team is sent off during DEN for their playoff game against Rouse tonight. Tran said the wins against Smithson Valley and Alamo Heights gave the team a morale boost to take on the Raiders tonight. “I know we were not 100% confident in those games,” Tran said. “But, Rouse is a big opponent for sure. We’re definitely going into tonight with a lot of morale [because of the previous wins].”

Crosstown Showdown

Alyssa Fox, Reporter April 2, 2024

Screams float through the air as hugs and celebrations take over the field. The gold ball trophy comes out and the girls take a sigh of relief as another soccer powerhouse in the state falls at the hands...

Jonathan’s Corner

Jonathan Levinsky, Reporter March 20, 2024

Jonathan goes over some of the common trends between some of the usual blue-blood teams in the Big 12, as well as a dominating newcomer and a surprising team on the rise.  

The last one standing on his team, senior Sammy Attaguile catches a ball and gets a teammate back in, causing a commotion in the stands. Also on the team, sophomore Raymund Lin said that they all knew each other well, but Attaguile’s skill surprised everyone. “I was in class one day and one of my robotics teammates came in and asked the teacher if he could snatch me,” Lin said. “He led me to the robotics room and told me to sign a form to play in the tournament. I was basically volun-told to play, but I didn’t mind. I did miss a couple of DENs where I had to do something for one of my classes though. There are some regrets but also some fun memories from the experience.”

Dodge, Dive, Win

Jane Yermakov, Reporter March 5, 2024

In the echoing small gym, cheers and laughter bounce off the walls as students grow more invested in the game unraveling before them. With every thud of a dodgeball hitting the shiny floors, one team gets...

Posing with the gold ball trophy, the varsity girls basketball team takes a team photo after beating Liberty Hill 42-37 in round three of the playoffs. The team will face Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial High School on Friday at 5:30 p.m in San Antonio. “I’m feeling so excited [to move on in the playoffs],” senior guard Avery Allmer said. “I feel like this is a big moral boost because we’ve lost a lot of close games and I feel like this is just a really big win for us.” Photo by Alyssa Fox

Third Time’s a Charm

Alyssa Fox, Reporter February 21, 2024

The varsity girls basketball team will advance to 5A Regional Semi-Finals after beating the Liberty Hill Panthers 42-37 at East View High School last night. This marks the first win for the team against...

Standing in front of a truck from a teen car-accident, TxDOT Traffic Safety Specialist Monique Campa speaks to students about seatbelt safety on Feb. 8. As a part of the Teen Click It or Ticket campaign, Campa travels the state to give presentations on traffic safety. “Were here to remind everybody to be safe, and how simple it is to put on your seatbelt to save your life,” Campa said. “And its not only your life, but also reminding your friends. Its really important to wear a seatbelt. Everybody, every rider, every time.”

Click It or Ticket: Teen Edition

Kacey Miller, Editor-in-Chief February 9, 2024

As part of their “Teen Click It or Ticket” media campaign from Feb.1-15, the Texas Department of Transportation, or TxDOT, gave a presentation yesterday on the importance of wearing a seatbelt to a...

Cars drive past the new school sign as it lights up the night air surrounding it. The sign-lighting ceremony took place Dec. 20 at 5:45 p.m. and was open to the public. “It was definitely a relief though to know that the project was finally done after all the hard work we put in,” senior Mason Kasel said. “I think the sign is an important reminder of how truly unique our school is. There are also wonderful programs, such as the welding program, where students can learn important skills and at the same time channel their creativity.”

Sparks are Flying

Kacey Miller, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2024

It wasn’t even 6 p.m. yet and the sun had already sunk below the horizon. It was dark outside, but he could still make out the moving silhouettes in the group of people gathered in front of him. He is...

Supporting senior Gavin Horton by his shoulders, sophomore and actor Darius Normandi poses for a group picture with part of Clue’s cast. The play will be in the cafeteria, bringing other challenges along with it. “I’m really excited because I’ve never done a 360-degree level cafeteria performance before,” Normandi said. “I really hope it turns out well, but I don’t have any experience with this kind of thing. I trust that other people know what they’re doing though. It has been tiring with all the late nights going home after school, but I really hope everyone enjoys it and that our efforts have been worth it.” Used with permission from Leilani Ibanez

Get a Clue!

Jane Yermakov, Reporter February 2, 2024

Within the shadows, terror, fear and death lurk. A murder. Who done it? Was it bumbling Professor Plum with the lead pipe in the study? Perhaps it was dignified Ms. Peacock with a revolver in the lounge,...

On Jan. 30, CP Night will be held to aid incoming freshmen with course selection. “While we focus a lot on incoming 9th graders, we encourage all of our grade levels to come out because we’ll highlight ACC, advanced programs, [and] all of our extracurricular options,” Colman said. “Anyone who is still struggling with a decision about what to do [or] how to progress [have the option] to pick and choose.”

CP Night Spotlight

Caroline Howard, Reporter January 28, 2024

Taking the next step and transitioning from middle to high school can be stressful, but with the aid of Cedar Park High School’s counselors, assistant principals and staff, students as well as parents...

Five for Five

Kacey Miller, Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2023

The drum major lowers her arms and everyone stills, the giant crowd erupting in applause. A few of the performers exchange quick looks, sweat dripping down the sides of their smiling cheeks. The smiles...

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