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Seniors Reflect On Memorable Boys Basketball Season

Seniors Reflect On Memorable Boys Basketball Season

Justin Ballou, Reporter

March 17, 2019


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In a heartbreaking fashion, the boys basketball season came to an end with a 46-41 loss to Manor in the third round of the playoffs on Feb. 26. The boys improved upon their record this season and were able to make the playoffs. Throughout their time at Cedar Park, senior point guard Karson Cater and...

Lacrosse: Struggle for the Spotlight

Lacrosse: Struggle for the Spotlight

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

March 7, 2019


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Balls flying, cross-checking and flows blowing in the wind, both the boys and girls lacrosse teams have been back in full swing this year. The boys have already played in eight games, with their record sitting at 3-5 overall and 1-0 in district. The girls have played in ten games and their overall ...

Tennis Truths

Tennis Truths

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

March 4, 2019


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Every year, high school tennis players strive for greatness by attempting to reach their goal of playing on a college tennis team and many also try for scholarship money. Achieving this, however, is far more of a challenge than one would expect, due to the competitive nature of the sport and the lim...

Wrestlers Attend State Competition, Muñoz Wins State Title

Wrestlers Attend State Competition, Muñoz Wins State Title

Justin Ballou, Reporter

March 4, 2019


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For the second year in a row, Cedar Park has a state champion wrestler. Senior Jacob Muñoz won the title for his weight group (195 lbs-220 lbs), crowning him No. 1 in the state of Texas.  "I felt pretty accomplished and satisfied [that] I reached my goal and finished the season strong," Muñoz...

New Team, New Tactics

New Team, New Tactics

Addy Bates, Reporter

February 27, 2019


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As the winter sports come to a close, one sport begins its 2019 journey: baseball. With a younger team and the addition of new coach Chris Staton, the baseball team is ready to begin the new season and make another run in playoffs. “This year, we’re a pretty young team, I would say,” senior outfielder Ean Ha...

Boys Basketball Wins District, Moves On To Playoffs

Boys Basketball Wins District, Moves On To Playoffs

Noah Hedges, Reporter

February 19, 2019


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They had already been named district champs, but they were wanting to go undefeated to prove that they truly were the best team in the district. After losing in the first round of playoffs last year, the goal in mind at the beginning of this season was not only district champs, but a longer playoff ru...

Swimming to State

Swimming to State

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

February 15, 2019


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After a third place overall finish at Regionals on Feb. 2, the swim team is advancing to the state round.  “Honestly, I don’t know what to expect for State,” girls senior swim captain, Bella Zapata said. “We all did so well at this past meet, there was a record broken, and we all swam rea...

The Art of a Dying Sport

The Art of a Dying Sport

Addy Bates

February 15, 2019


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In 1964, the top professional bowler made $100,000 a year through tournaments, television appearances and endorsements. That’s the equivalent to $750,000 in today’s money. In 2019, however, some professional bowlers struggle to make enough to support a family and often have to work another job ...

2019 NBA Trade Deadline Reactions

2019 NBA Trade Deadline Reactions

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

February 15, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Opinion, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

The NBA Trade Deadline is one of the most exciting times of the NBA calendar year, showcasing not only the lack of loyalty to the players, but also putting the drama on an extremely tall pedestal. With the general managers all over the league trying to swing a deal in order to “compete” with the...

NFL Season Ends, But Also Just Began

NFL Season Ends, But Also Just Began

Justin Ballou, Reporter

February 13, 2019


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On Sunday, Feb. 3, the New England Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl in the last 18 years by defeating the LA Rams in a defensive-heavy game. Though the game was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in NFL history, it was also the Patriots' largest margin of victory in the Super Bowl out of all of their six...

Lady Timberwolves Basketball Makes History Once Again

Lady Timberwolves Basketball Makes History Once Again

Callie Copeland, Reporter

February 8, 2019


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“Pflugerville- 1st, Cedar Park- 2nd.” These words have been typed, written and taped all around the Lady Timberwolves’ locker room for weeks. In early September, the prediction of district standings was released, and sophomore guard Sarai Estupinan said that those predictions sparked the t...

With Districts Looming, Wrestlers Reflect on Season

With Districts Looming, Wrestlers Reflect on Season

Justin Ballou, Reporter

February 1, 2019


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Varsity wrestlers junior Ben Bell and seniors Corey Lensing and Hampton Jenschke helped CP win first in the Top Gun Tournament on Jan. 26 in Corpus Christi. Now, the wrestling team looks to head into the district matches Feb. 7 with more confidence. Bell, at around 245 lbs, typically wrestles kids that ...

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