The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

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

Cyrus Van Sickle

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter

Cyrus is a senior and a first year reporter.  Cyrus is heavily involved in the CPHS Choir program, in which he is a choir officer in Varsity Men’s Choir and in Pitch Black.  In the past, he has been a part of the theater program and played roles in "Something Rotten" and "Frozen."  He hopes to go to Dallas Baptist University, in which he plans to major in ministry/music ministry and become a worship leader in the future.  Cyrus hopes that everyone is having a good day, filled with smiles, laughter and joy.

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Seniors Matthew Chater on the right and Caleb Chandler on the left pose with their first place trophy after competing together at the Toyota T-Ten Competition.  “It’s all for experience, and I just love the technical side of it, like the problem solving,” Chater said. “I don’t actually know when [I became interested in cars]. I’d assume when I was really young, something about engines and cars and stuff, it kinda just piqued my interest. Ever since then, I’ve been doing a whole bunch of stuff, and I’ve rebuilt my car because I bought it as a wrecked car. (Photo Courtesy of Matthew Chater)

The Automotive Ace

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter
March 29, 2023
Running toward the goal, captain and senior Antonio DeLaRosa protects the ball away from the opposing team. The team currently has a four win to two lose to two tie record and continues to progress through district play. “I think our work rate separates us from other teams,” Antonio DeLaRosa said. “This is easily one of the hardest working teams I’ve ever been a part of, and not a lot of teams can keep up with our intensity.”

[Photo] Kicking It Up a Notch

Penny Moreno, Reporter
February 27, 2023
“Missing” is a film written and directed by Nicholas Johnson and Will Merrick, where a girl’s mother goes missing after a weekend vacation with her new boyfriend.  It was released on January 20 and can be watched at multiple movie theaters as of right now.  It can also be watched on Netflix, Roku, Disney+, and other streaming platforms in the future.

Where’s My Mom

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter
February 13, 2023
The varsity girls basketball team poses for a photo after the BeYOUtiful Classic in November. Junior guard Avery Allmer said she has been growing with her new teammates and believes that they have great chemistry together. I think Im most excited for district, and to become district champs for the sixth time in a row, Allmer said. (Photo Courtesy of @CPGBB on Twitter)

Passing The Torch

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter
December 2, 2022
From left to right, seniors Lucas Tenrreiro, Jonah Jordan, Clayton Yeoman, junior Rylan Stedman, seniors Julian Rabago, Mikail Sadic, Patrick Riordan, and junior Luke Barsun stand posing together under streetlights.  This group has known each other for a few years and celebrated another Halloween together. “The way we celebrated Halloween this year didn’t really differ from previous years.” Sadic said. “We kind of did the same things we always do, except that some people couldn’t call off of work, so we had a slightly smaller group than usual.” (Photo Courtesy of Mikail Sadic)

Halloween’s Alive

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter
November 8, 2022
Decked out in green, senior Grant Clark cheers during the football game. The stands were filled with fans for the homecoming football game on Sept. 23 against East View. “I always dress up for the game,” Clark said. “I go crazy as always and get the student section hype. I’ve got to show the underclassmen how it’s done and raise the next generation student section.”

Homecoming Slideshow

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter
October 7, 2022
Senior Gavin Reid lays down in his substitute backpack, an inflatable pool filled with his school supplies. Reid had to bring the entire pool into the classroom for Anything but a Backpack Day.  “All of my teachers were kind of like, ‘why?’  Every teacher I brought it into, they were like ‘how are you going to get this in there?’” Reid said.  “They were like ‘I can’t have you leaving it out there cause I don’t want your stuff getting stolen,’ and so they would just say ‘okay, bring it in.’” (Photo Courtesy of Grace Courtright)

Home Sweet Homecoming

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter
October 7, 2022
The show choir, a class that mixes theatrical dance with singing, gathers together for a photo. This class, and others, are filled with new faces like freshmen Alexandra Moll and Charlotte Griffin who said they were ready and excited for their first year in a high school choir. “The choir community is so supportive, everyone is incredibly nice and enjoyable to be around, Moll said. I am most excited for the end of the year beach trip. To spend time with my friends during that time sounds like so much fun.” (Photo Courtesy of Madison Horton)

More Than Just a Voice

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter
October 3, 2022
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