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CPFB Takes Third Loss to Hutto in Harsh Conditions

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When it Rains, it Pours

Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches.

Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches. "I have a lot of people counting on me to make a play,," Breed said. "So when you start playing for other people, it becomes a lot easier to make those big plays."

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Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches. "I have a lot of people counting on me to make a play,," Breed said. "So when you start playing for other people, it becomes a lot easier to make those big plays."

Photo by Sydney Miner

Photo by Sydney Miner

Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches. "I have a lot of people counting on me to make a play,," Breed said. "So when you start playing for other people, it becomes a lot easier to make those big plays."

Noah Hedges, Reporter

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In response to a tough loss last Friday, CPFB is taking steps to improve their game plan to finish out the season strong.

A combination of harsh rain and cold winds made the game a struggle to compete in. Junior Gabe Alvarez was in the stands supporting the team.

“I thought that if it wasn’t raining we probably would have had a better defense, and maybe a better offense to make some catches or make some plays,” Alvarez said. “I’m looking forward to seeing a better team than last week.”

Apart from the rain being a setback for the team on Friday, junior running back Majeston Haverda said that they will have time for improvement over the next two weeks due to a BYE week.

“We are ready to come back,” Haverda said. “We want to bounce back and come back stronger.”

CPFB takes on Pflugerville at John Gupton Stadium on Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.

 

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Noah Hedges, Reporter

Noah Hedges is a Junior. This is his first year on the Wolfpack Staff. He's in the drumline here at Cedar Park, along with being the kid who plays the drum solo at half-time during Football games. He enjoys writing about Music and Sports. Noah wants to march drum corps in the future and study Music Performance and Education at the University of North Texas. Following college, he wants to teach and arrange music for High School Bands and Drum Corps.

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