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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

Alyssa Fox

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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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
Following through his swing, senior Logan Hedges hits to right field for a base hit in a scrimmage against Vandegrift on Feb. 3. Hedges said the team has big goals this year including making it to the State Tournament. “It’s definitely interesting considering that if we play super far playoff baseball we’ll be playing after we graduate,” Hedges said. “Just the thought of being able to go that far with the guys that we’ve been playing with for years now is just, it’s kind of inspiring. It’s what motivates me, just to think that you know there’s a chance to be out of high school still playing ball with my friends, so just one game at a time. One win at a time. Just figuring out whos going to do it for us.”

Round Four or Bust

Alyssa Fox, Reporter
February 9, 2024
Helping students with testing material, AP World History teacher Kirstin Geiger-Aguilar explains a concept on a short answer question during her 7th period class. Augilar attended high school in Belgium and attributed her interest in history and other cultures to her experiences there. “I got a very large variety of understanding [from my time in Belgium],” Aguilar said. “Not only from my actual teachers, but from my actual classmates. Everyone brought in their own point of view and their own experiences, so I was able to hear about other people’s experiences [with their cultures].”

Mrs. Worldwide Cashes In

Alyssa Fox, Reporter
February 6, 2024
Tom Blyth’s portrayal of Coriolanus Snow in “The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes” book-to-movie adaptation has become a staple on social media. The TikTok hashtag “#coriolanussnow” has over one billion views with almost all of the featured videos being a fan-made edit of the actor.

Snow Lands on Top

Alyssa Fox, Reporter
December 6, 2023
After scoring the game winning touchdown during the last regular season game on Nov. 3, senior tight end Luca Wilson celebrates with his senior teammate, wide receiver Carter Woehl. The team will face Canyon High School tonight at 7:00 p.m. “I mean I’d say we’re pretty excited,” Wilson said. “For the seniors, we don’t want to go home yet, it’s our last season together and we just want to try and make a long run. We just want to win and get a gold ball, and keep getting more gold balls.” Photo courtesy of Tylie Biggs, Tracks Yearbook Staff

Gold Ball Season

Alyssa Fox, Reporter
November 10, 2023
Taking a shot at the basketball hoop, senior point guard Drew O’Connor participates in a drill with Nabil Ismail during practice Oct. 30. O’Connor said he is excited to be a leader for his team this year. “It feels good to be a leader,” O’Connor said. “I think it’s fun because I just like helping others on the team with stuff. [Also], with it being my senior year, [I can] play with less pressure since it’s my last year, and playing with a lot of my friends is fun too.”

‘Tis The Season To Ball Out

Alyssa Fox, Reporter
November 3, 2023
After winning the Bi-District match against Smithson Valley, the varsity tennis team poses for a team picture. The team finished second overall in district, became Area Champions and advanced to the Regional Quarterfinals. “I’m just reminiscing and trying to hold onto all these matches [we’re playing] in the fall because fall season is always my favorite,” senior Gaby Coutts said. “The fall season is just primarily a team sport, so we’re all together at all times, which is what I love about tennis. I love being with my teammates, so I’m definitely holding onto all the memories we’re making, and I’m just really proud of everything we’ve been able to accomplish together.”

Eyes On The Prize

Alyssa Fox, Reporter
October 16, 2023
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