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The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

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 quarterfinals after beating the Liberty Hill Panthers 42-37 at East View High School last night. This marks the first win for the team against Liberty...

Posing for the camera, seven varsity wrestling athletes show off their regional medals after earning a spot at the state tournament. They will all compete at state on Feb. 16-17 at the Berry Center in Cypress. “Our team as a whole is looking really good going to state,” Corley said. “We have quite a few athletes and I think we will have a couple state placers and even some state champions.” Used with permission from Coach Richard Eckley

Mat Mania

Penny Moreno, Reporter February 15, 2024

The best wrestlers from across the state will gather at the Berry Center in Cypress, TX this weekend to compete for a spot on the podium at the State Championships. Seven T-Wolves, along with Coach...

Following through his swing, senior Logan Hedges hits to right field for a base hit in a scrimmage against Vandegrift on Feb. 3. Hedges said the team has big goals this year including making it to the State Tournament. “It’s definitely interesting considering that if we play super far playoff baseball we’ll be playing after we graduate,” Hedges said. “Just the thought of being able to go that far with the guys that we’ve been playing with for years now is just, it’s kind of inspiring. It’s what motivates me, just to think that you know there’s a chance to be out of high school still playing ball with my friends, so just one game at a time. One win at a time. Just figuring out whos going to do it for us.”

Round Four or Bust

Alyssa Fox, Reporter February 9, 2024

The silence hangs heavy over the dugout as they watch the opposing team celebrate. It was within reach, but simply slipped through their fingers as one run turned into three, which then turned into nine....

Taking control of the ball, junior striker Riley Baroldy plays during one of last season’s Varsity soccer playoff games. That season was his last one playing for the school, as he is now playing for Capital City’s MLS Next team. “I miss spending time with my teammates on the Cedar Park soccer team,” Baroldy said. “Im excited for the rest of junior year though because Im an upperclassman so I feel like its easier and I have more rights so it’s more fun.”

Taking the Next Step

Mai Cachila, Reporter December 15, 2023

Navigating through the other players, he dribbles down the field, engulfed in the intense game. Approaching the goal, there’s nothing left to do but shoot the ball and hope the opposing team's keeper...

Crossing the finish line, senior Isabel Conde De Frankenberg secures first place at the Cedar Park invitational on Sept.9. This was Conde De Frankenberg’s first race of the season and she has won this race every year since she was a freshman. “Winning felt good because it’s good to represent your school,” Conde De Frankenberg said. “Being able to run on your own campus is really exciting and I had fun.”

From Start to Finish Line

Mai Cachila, Reporter December 4, 2023

In the rhythmic beat of pounding footsteps, a smile spreads across her face as the finish line of the Cedar Park Invitational Race held on Sept. 9 gets closer.  Senior cross country and track athlete,...

AT&T stadium in Arlington is the next big hurdle the Longhorns need to leap over in order to keep their College Football Playoff hopes alive.

Is Texas Back?

Jonathan Levinsky, Reporter December 1, 2023

“Longhorn Nation, we’re baaaaaack,” says then-Longhorn quarterback Sam Ehlinger after an upset win over the #5 ranked Georgia Bulldogs in the 2019 Sugarbowl.  You’ve probably heard and seen...

After scoring the game winning touchdown during the last regular season game on Nov. 3, senior tight end Luca Wilson celebrates with his senior teammate, wide receiver Carter Woehl. The team will face Canyon High School tonight at 7:00 p.m. “I mean I’d say we’re pretty excited,” Wilson said. “For the seniors, we don’t want to go home yet, it’s our last season together and we just want to try and make a long run. We just want to win and get a gold ball, and keep getting more gold balls.” Photo courtesy of Tylie Biggs, Tracks Yearbook Staff

Gold Ball Season

Alyssa Fox, Reporter November 10, 2023

Tonight the Timberwolves will face the Canyon High School Cougars in a Bi-District playoff game at 7:00 p.m. in New Braunfels. The team placed third in district after a 28-21 win over Georgetown to close...

Taking a shot at the basketball hoop, senior point guard Drew O’Connor participates in a drill with Nabil Ismail during practice Oct. 30. O’Connor said he is excited to be a leader for his team this year. “It feels good to be a leader,” O’Connor said. “I think it’s fun because I just like helping others on the team with stuff. [Also], with it being my senior year, [I can] play with less pressure since it’s my last year, and playing with a lot of my friends is fun too.”

‘Tis The Season To Ball Out

Alyssa Fox, Reporter November 3, 2023

They can feel chilly air as it wafts into the gym, faint yet still present. The choir of shoes squeaking on the court is like music to their ears and the rough feeling of the ball is unmistakable to their...

Preparing to dive in the pool, junior Parker Huang waits for the 100-yard breaststroke to begin at the CPHS v. Leander v. Vista Ridge meet on Sep. 21. The boys swim and dive team finished in second place at the meet.    I also try to be positive and encourage everyone on the team, Huang said. I love the team. I love the people on the team. Its more team based, so if you dont necessary do well at a swim meet youre still having fun cause youre hanging out with your friends.

Hold Your Breath

Penny Moreno, Reporter October 27, 2023

After being hyped by his teammates, he moves closer to the starting block to prepare for the start of the race. He looks back to his teammates as they cheer for him in the background. He then puts his...

After winning the Bi-District match against Smithson Valley, the varsity tennis team poses for a team picture. The team finished second overall in district, became Area Champions and advanced to the Regional Quarterfinals. “I’m just reminiscing and trying to hold onto all these matches [we’re playing] in the fall because fall season is always my favorite,” senior Gaby Coutts said. “The fall season is just primarily a team sport, so we’re all together at all times, which is what I love about tennis. I love being with my teammates, so I’m definitely holding onto all the memories we’re making, and I’m just really proud of everything we’ve been able to accomplish together.”

Eyes On The Prize

Alyssa Fox, Reporter October 16, 2023

The tension hangs thick in the air as the whole team sits on the benches nervously. Legs bouncing, nails and lips being chewed on, but no one is as nervous as the one on the court. The one who determines...

Starting his second lap of the race, senior Sanil Desai continues through the course at the Vista Ridge cross country invitational on Aug. 25. This was the second meet of the season and Desai finished in 19th place. “I was thinking about the team placements,” Desai said. “A lot of the schools at the Vista meet will be at districts so I was trying to pass as many people as I could, I’m mostly worried about Leander because they have an all around strong team.”

In It For the Long Run

Mai Cachila, Reporter September 21, 2023

Getting into position at the start of the course, they anxiously wait to hear the sound of the horn. Lined up with eyes ahead, the horn blares, initiating the first race of the season. As they take off,...

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