The Wolfpack

The Final Showdown For CPFB

Luke Johnson, Reporter January 15, 2021

A “Pool” Kid

Eyes forward and head out of water, junior Thomas Wu competes at the 5A state championships in February. Wu made it to the finals for the 100yd butterfly and 100yd breaststroke events.  “Breaststroke has always been my best and favorite strokes since I started swimming, and I have spent a lot of time and effort working on it,” Wu said. “For the past year or so, I've also been trying to expand my horizons and improve my other events. For example, last year I really focused on the 100 butterfly and I improved a lot finishing fourth at the state championships.”
Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief November 27, 2020

Coming up Short to the Finish Line

Sliding into third base, senior outfielder Katy Kahlich gets into better scoring position for the batter. Kahlich has been on the varsity softball team for four years. “It’s just disappointing knowing we have a lot of talent and a lot of us seniors don’t get the senior experience,” Kahlich said. “It’s upsetting just not experiencing not enjoying our final season.”
Addy Bates, Reporter April 13, 2020

Slidin’ Into Soccer Season

Kicking the ball downfield, varsity midfielder, junior Quinn Brooke plays in a match against Glenn on Jan. 28. The team is currently undefeated in districts and is continuing to set goals and practice hard to continue winning.
Ally JohnPress, Reporter March 9, 2020

Continuing a Legacy

The CPHS state wrestling team takes a photo following regionals. Five of the wrestlers placed in the tournaments, with senior Ben Bell winning the state title.
Justin Ballou, Reporter February 25, 2020

The Race is On

Senior Tiras Parker-Pie runs the two mile race in the team's first track meet of the season on Feb. 6. The team got first place in the meet against Rouse.
Addie Dawson, Reporter February 19, 2020

Nets Cut and Trophies Hoisted

Posing for a picture, the boy's varsity team celebrates their second straight district title. The trophy was awarded to the team after they beat Marble Falls on Friday night, 65-37.
Noah Hedges, Reporter February 18, 2020
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