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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

Ariana Grande released “eternal sunshine” on Mar. 8 along with a music video for her track “we can’t be friends.” With smooth instrumentals, melodic vocals and complex lyrics, I give this album a 9/10 stars.
A “Supernatural” Album
Julia Seiden, Reporter • April 12, 2024

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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...

Junior Abby Williams on the set of The One Act Play That Goes Wrong posing next to senior Noa Avigdor, juniors Evan Schmitt and Seth Loudenslager, and sophomore Ben Akers. “I still think that ‘The One Act Play That Goes Wrong’ has to be my favorite,” Williams said. “Its the show where I discovered my love for comedy and comedic acting, and where I found out that I have really good comedic timing, if I do say so myself. I got a round of applause in the middle of the show for a moment that I am very proud of.”
A Seasons Sensation
Mia Morneault, Reporter • April 11, 2024

Captain of her troupe, a first...

Posing with their “Featured Yearbook” banner, signifying that the 2022-2023 yearbook is used as an example for other yearbook classes, the yearbook team smiles at the camera. Yearbooks have been on sale for $80 all school year, with 90 left in stock. “Im really happy with this book,” content editor and senior James Sanderson said. “I think other people are going to be happy with it; all our pages look really cute. Issues are a thing, but we have them every single year and we dont let them get in the way. We work on a very, very tight schedule and theres no pushing deadlines back. It’s a lot of fun, though. It is such an amazing staff and a very engaging team. Its very fulfilling work.” Photo courtesy of Paige Hert
The Staff Behind the Spreads
Kacey Miller, Editor-in-Chief • April 10, 2024

He rings the classroom doorbell...

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...

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Caroline Howard, Reporter • April 9, 2024

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Girls Soccer to face Rouse in Regional Quarterfinals tonight
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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].”

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 of the Lady T-Wolves. Although a celebration, they all knew it was time to focus and lock in to prepare to take on a familiar foe. 

The varsity girls soccer team will take on the Rouse Raiders at Bible Stadium at 7 p.m. tonight for the Regional Quarterfinal playoff game. The winner of this game will face the winner of McAllen Memorial vs. Flour Bluff. 

“We’ve honestly been preparing for this game since the beginning of the year,” junior forward and team captain Meredith Koltz said. “It’s a district team and it’s a team that we’ve been determined to beat for a long time.”

The team has not beat the Raiders since Koltz has been playing at the high school level. Koltz said that despite the rivalry, the team has a lot of respect for Rouse. 

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“We love their girls,” Koltz said. “We love their coaching staff, but it’s a team that is extremely talented and if you beat them, it just shows how good of a team you are.”

The T-Wolves beat top ranked Smithson Valley Rangers 2-1 with a winning goal from Sofia Peters, as well as the undefeated Alamo Height Mules in the first and second round. While Koltz said the underdog mentality is keeping the team ready for more, senior attacking middle Frances Tran, said it’s a morale boost for the team.

“I know we were not 100% confident in those games,” Tran said. “But, Rouse is a big opponent for sure. We’re definitely going in with a lot of morale [because of the previous wins].” 

Tickets can be purchased here for the game. Koltz said support from the student body at the game will be important to the success of the soccer team tonight.

“I think it’s going to be a really, really good game,” Koltz said. “Not high scoring for either team, but it’s going to be really tight. Honestly we just need people to be there, be loud, just be proud to be a part of Cedar Park and not a part of Rouse and show them that we have a better support system and a better team.”

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Alyssa Fox, Reporter
Alyssa is a junior and a first year reporter. Along with being a staff member for The Wolfpack, she is a Content Editor for the Tracks Yearbook and a member of the UIL Journalism team. She loves writing about her classmates and peers, as well as exciting things happening around the school. When she’s not doing homework, you can usually find her at one of the sporting events happening at school or watching a hockey game. Her favorite band is 5 Seconds of Summer and she loves Raising Canes chicken tenders. She also enjoys binge-watching early 2000s teen drama shows, superhero movies and taking weekly visits to Barnes and Noble. Alyssa hopes to attend a college up north and study journalism, with aspirations of becoming a sports reporter in either the NFL or the NHL.

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