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

Heidi Williams

Heidi Williams, Reporter

Heidi is a junior and a second year reporter. Along with newspaper, Heidi races her Ninja 400 with CMRA and plans to do so all throughout high school. Her free time is always dedicated to anything motorcycle related. She tends to write mostly about sports and hopes to be either a Sports Reporter or racer in the future. Heidi enjoys doing the most exciting things and lives for going on long rides with her boyfriend and family on the weekends.

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Gazing into each others eyes, juniors Lauren Small and Mitchell Allen-Barnhart pose for homecoming dance photos. The two met in their eighth grade science class, and a couple years later they started dating. “I would say Valentine’s is definitely more special with a boyfriend because I get to buy him stuff and be super excited to give it to him,” Small said. “I also get to be surprised by what he’s getting me.” Used with permission by Lauren Small

Love is in the Air

Heidi Williams, Reporter
February 14, 2024
“Lethal Company” skyrocketed to the top of many video game charts. A game of exploring and surviving, the best part is obviously the emotes. Always before entering, a quick dance break is key to ensuring the trip will go just right.

New Game on The Block

Heidi Williams, Reporter
February 7, 2024
At the customized field, the teams huddle and congratulate each other after both winning. No scores are kept, and no rules are implemented, but at the end of the day, everyone comes out victorious. “The thing about miracle league is that it is not so self serious, it’s just for fun,” coach and CP Alum Lauren Kriss said. “Theres a huge emphasis on bonding. You know, when I 
coach, Im not over there yelling that they shouldve thrown the ball to third base. Its all about cheerleading and making people feel like they’re on a team.” Photo courtesy of Austin Miracle League, used with permission

The Next Inning

Heidi Williams, Reporter
December 20, 2023
In order to hide their phone from other people, they will lower their hand and place it near the steering wheel. At night, people sometimes lower their brightness just so others can’t tell whether they are really on it or not. Even though people have come up with many different ways to text and drive, the fact that there are different ways is just depressing.

Put It Down

Heidi Williams, Reporter
October 2, 2023
Striking a pose in front of the Tiger-Rock Martial Arts National Championship banner, junior Brooklyn Collinsworth shows off her flexibility and blue belt. The tournament was held at the Henry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio from July 20-23. “I end[ed] up getting bronze in the overall board breaking competition,” Collinsworth said. “My opponents were much older and had a lot more experience.”

A Different Kind of Art

Heidi Williams, Reporter
September 6, 2023
A picture of a replica of rider Fabio Quartararo’s racing bike at Circuit of the Americas during the MotoGP weekend which occurred from April 14-16. Quartararo won the 2021 MotoGP World Championship. He joined the Yamaha racing team in 2020 after replacing Valentino Rossi, a MotoGP legend. Quartararo is loved among fans and is currently placed in ninth with 49 points.

Rise of Motorsports

Heidi Williams, Reporter
May 25, 2023
Standing in the cafeteria, senior Austin Jia uses lunch to prepare for his biology test. Jia invested his high school career pursuing robotics, where the team recently competed in Worlds. “We [didnt expect to do this well] at all,” Jia said. “It kind of came with just putting in the time  and it was really rewarding getting this far after you’ve put in that much time, knowing you can compete at that level. (Photo Courtesy of Austin Jia)

More Than a Machine

Heidi Williams, Reporter
May 17, 2023
The sign at the front of the school will soon be replaced with a new top designed by the students and teachers of the Agricultural classes. Seniors Thomas Chavez and Connor Ross plan to finish their project soon to be put up before they leave for their senior year. “I think it would be a good experience to get to see how to make things,” Chavez said. “So maybe down the road I can make something similar.”

Fiery Fuse

Heidi Williams, Reporter
March 23, 2023
Ready to pounce at his opponent, sophomore Max Brandt considers each way he could pin his opponent. During his regular season, he went 24-3. “Wrestling is my whole life,” Brandt said. “I’ve done it since I’ve walked. It teaches you a lot of good stuff on how to be a better human, and you can definitely learn a lot rather than just how to pin someone. You can learn how to defend yourself - it just makes you a better person, I think.” (Photo Courtesy of Max Brandt)

Practice, Win, Repeat

Heidi Williams, Reporter
March 15, 2023
Posing at the bottom of our staircase, I smile at the camera in late June of 2010 as Harrison decides that the first step of the stairs is a good place for beauty sleep. Here I was four and Harrison was five years old, and the red stuff on our faces was some ribs that we had just eaten. Well, more like smeared on our faces. (Photo Courtesy of Shirley Williams)

Roundhouse Rivalry

Heidi Williams, Reporter
January 31, 2023
Spotify presents the number of minutes sophomore Em Peterson spent listening to music on their platform. . Peterson spent the most time listening to SZA and her album ‘Ctrl’ over the summer. “I found a large source of comfort in her music but even the songs I didn’t really relate to were still insanely good, plus her songs are agreeable and easy to sing to,” Peterson said. (Photo Courtesy of Em Peterson, Graphic Courtesy of Spotify)

Year In Review

Heidi Williams, Reporter
January 10, 2023
One of the few stick vehicles in the school parking lot, senior Alex Trebilco’s 1970 Ford Maverick is a restoration project he worked on with his dad. He and his father have worked on cars together for all of Trebilco’s life, and have several finished projects because of it. “[My favorite memory with my car is] honestly just cruising with my dad in his truck and my car,” Trebilco said. “Both of the [cars] are restored. He did the truck and we did the Maverick, so it’s cool to roll down in two cars that we made run together.”

[Photo] Parking Lot Lottery

Kacey Miller, Reporter
January 13, 2023
Members of the Robotics club begin discussing the parts of their robot they built. During the scrimmage, part of the robot did in fact break. “A part of our arm broke off because we were using pretty bad screws,” Jia said. “Luckily, everything still worked and we were able to screw it back on for the day.

Rolling Robots

Heidi Williams, Reporter
December 15, 2022
Ashlyn Gazlay poses with her brand new parking spot featuring her car in the background. Trying not to be basic, she said, she decided to mix her pink and green paint both with white to make two new colors and make the lines different sizes. “I looked up some ideas on Pinterest, but those were ones everyone was doing, so I decided to just use the two colors I wanted -green and pink- and just drew random, curved lines that were different sizes and added my name,” Gazlay said. “The process was pretty long and took four separate days to do it.” (Photo Courtesy of Ashlyn Gazlay)

Reserved Parking

Heidi Williams, Reporter
November 18, 2022
After scoring the final touchdown of the game, juniors Luca Wilson and Davis Williams celebrate. Cedar Park won 24-7 against Hendrickson. “It felt pretty good, it was the first one of my [varsity] career so it was pretty exciting,” Wilson said. “I didn’t play much at the game, but we planned that play all week so I was just hoping to get the play.

Victory at Gupton

Heidi Williams, Reporter
October 18, 2022
With a sunset behind them, sophomore Lola Walter, senior Kamryn Kramer and junior Raegan Ford pose for a picture after beating Westwood. “I think the team did exceptionally good for this being our first scrimmage and with the new players and returning players,” Walter said. “I loved getting to do this because it lets us see how much we can improve for [the] real season and what we are already strong on.” (Photo Courtesy of Lola Walter)

Inside the Eight

Heidi Williams, Reporter
October 14, 2022
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