The Final Showdown For CPFB

The T-Wolves Look to Cap Off Their Postseason With A Championship Win

Luke Johnson


Jordan Garza

Varsity seniors, Cole Krueger and Preston Scott, along with junior Connor Mason celebrate after a touchdown on Oct. 23. Krueger and Scott, along with the rest of the Class of 2021, will play their last game as T-Wolves tonight at 7 p.m. at AT&T Stadium in Dallas after a 14-0 season.

Luke Johnson, Reporter

After a long and historic season, the Cedar Park Timberwolves are heading to Dallas today to face Denton Ryan in the UIL 5A state championship game. This season has definitely been one for the ages, as the Timberwolves have held a 14-0 record after their last win against Veterans Memorial Corpus Christi last Friday.

After a rocky first half and being down 21-17 at halftime, the T-Wolves on the offense and defense hit on all cylinders in the third quarter. Senior LB Luke Taylor was responsible for a touchdown after intercepting a flying ball and carrying it to the 5 yard line.

“The ball got tipped straight in my direction,” Taylor said. “I played running back in middle school, so when the ball gets into my hands at any point of a game, I know exactly what to do”.

Leaving it all out on the table tonight will be the Timberwolves game plan in our first state-bound season since 2015. The Black Rain defense will seek to lock down Denton Ryan’s senior WR, Billy Bowman, so expect to see some double coverages to halt their front heavy roster.

The game will be held at the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Center in Dallas, Texas and kickoff will be at 7 p.m. and will be shown exclusively on Fox Sports Southwest.