The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Following through, senior Kade Davis throws a pitch in the game against Lockhart on March 26. Davis threw the first no hitter in Timberwolf Baseball history that night as the team won 15-0. “I was pumped, our team was pumped, everybody was happy, and we were winning the ball game,” Davis said. ““During the game I tried not to think about it because youre not supposed to think about a no hitter while youre still in the game or you could jinx it. I was just worried about winning the game, I didn’t care so much about the no hitter during the game, I just wanted to win.” Photo by Jim Cowlishaw

No Hitter, No Problem

Alyssa Fox, Reporter May 21, 2024

As he takes a deep breath, he rolls the ball over in his hands as the batter looks him down from across the way. The dirt under his cleats grounds him and beads of sweat slowly fall down his forehead,...

The team jumps in celebration during a game in the series against Medina Valley High School. The win moved them on to the Regional Quarterfinals to play Rouse on May 16 and 17, with a third game Saturday if necessary.  “Obviously the third round curse has been around for a couple of years now,” freshman Hudson Cuevas said. “Hopefully we change that this year and beat them. We just need to get it out of our head that it’s a curse and hopefully make it to the fourth round.”
Photo Courtesy of Jim Cowlishaw

A Familiar Foe

Mai Cachila, Reporter May 15, 2024

Cheers of celebration echo from the dugout as the sevent inning comes to an end and the team secures the win in the second round of playoffs. Their success is a win, but now their determination to break...

Holding the “Falcons Up” hand sign, junior Alivia Robinson poses in her commitment announcement to the University of Texas Permian Basin (UTPB). She committed to UTPB for softball and wants to continue her academic career. “UTPB is my fit,” Robinson said. “Their team made me feel so welcome and loved. I knew I was going to live being a Falcon. Falcons up!” 
Photo courtesy of Alivia Robinson

A Fantastic Falcon Fantasy

Julia Seiden, Reporter May 7, 2024

A softball straight to the head. The coach's first pitch to her. A laugh shared between the two of them. A bonding moment between her and one of her future coaches in her college career. Little did she...

Catching a ball, junior Alivia Robinson plays at the Cedar Park vs Glenn game. Having played since she was 5 years old, she is dedicated to softball and has committed to UTPB for softball. “When I got my offer it took me a very long time to decide where,” Robinson said. “Softball has always been my dream for college, and UTPB is my fit. When [I committed] I knew I was going to be loved and supported.”

Swinging For Success

Julia Seiden, Reporter April 12, 2024

This season, the softball team has played nine games and has more to come. Preparations such as practicing different situations that may occur on field and working on things specific to the team they play...

Jumping in mid air, sophomore Nabil Ismail takes the shot while being blocked by Glenn’s defense on Jan 30. Ismail was awarded Newcomer of the Year, which is given to a  new varsity player across the district who is a  standout. “In my first ever varsity game, I was nervous about a lot of things, the biggest was if I was going to be able to make shots in the game,” Ismail said. “I remember being nervous up until I made my first shot and then from there I felt really comfortable and confident out on the floor.”

Nabil, the Real Deal

Mai Cachila, Reporter April 5, 2024

The squeaks of sneakers on the court are drowned out by the sounds of the student section’s shouts. The players look around for a way to get the ball past the other team’s defense. His teammate looks...

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.  

With the ball in her possession, senior Brooker Kramer races against the opposing teams player to make it to the goal. Kramer plays high attack and the positions role is to score goals and set up the low attack to score. “I am really proud of our teamwork and overall attitude,” Kramer said. “For the most part we are all nice to each other and constructive about improving ourselves.”

Raising the Sticks

Mai Cachila, Reporter February 29, 2024

In a clash of sticks in determination, these lacrosse players are almost unrecognizable as they are covered in red and white, with green nowhere to be seen on their jerseys. The boy’s lacrosse team is...

Kicking the ball down the field, junior Jake Briseno punts to his teammates during their district match on Feb. 9 against Leander. The team battles through the second round to secure a spot in the postseason. The little things we do definitely contribute to the chemistry we have with each other, Briseno said. This year it has been continuing and I think we can go far with how close we are.” Photo by Mai Cachila

Get Your Kicks Up

Penny Moreno, Reporter February 28, 2024

He looks at the clock and sees that there are only thirty more seconds and that the scoreboard is tied— they need one goal to win. He passes the ball to his teammate as he runs down the field to the...

Setting up for her kick, junior and varsity forward, Meredith Koltz, swings her leg for the goal she is about to score. The varsity team is currently 7-2-1 and plays Buda Hays tonight on the home field at 7:15 p.m. “I think this team is full of amazing individuals who all have the same goal of wanting to compete with the best and play our best soccer,” Koltz said. “I have high expectations for this team and I know with our chemistry and worth ethic we can get just about anything accomplished.” Photo by Caroline Howard

A Prodigy Since Birth

Heidi Williams, Reporter February 27, 2024

Steam from the players rises up into the dark sky as the game continues. The ball gets thrown into the air, heading straight towards the huddle of players. One distinct player runs straight through, stealing...

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...

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...

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