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T-Wolves Look to Take Second Win of the Season

Garrett Wilson, Reporter

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The Cedar Park Timberwolves will continue their season against Bastrop tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Gupton Stadium for the anticipated Homecoming Game.

Seniors Mak Sexton and Keegan Nichols are expected to be the X-factors for the game based off of their performance last week in the win against Vandegrift 38-7.

The Homecoming game can be distracting with all the other events going on, according to junior wide receiver Carson Neel.

“We have been more focused than any other game,” Neel said. “These games are the most dangerous to just roll through.” 

With the band, bright lights and plenty of bells and whistles from mums, Friday night will is sure to be a night to remember, as CPFB goes for their second win of the season.

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Garrett Wilson, Reporter
Garrett Wilson is a junior and in his first year of CPHS News. He enjoys giving the students information of multiple sports on The Wolf-pack. Apart from writing articles, his main hobby is playing for the Cedar Park football team. He also really enjoys chilling with his friends and eating breakfast at Natalie's Doughnuts or Starbucks.
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T-Wolves Look to Take Second Win of the Season