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

Holding their timberwolve signs high, captains and seniors Julia Childress, Jani Jung and Kristine Kim sing along to the school song celebrating a victory at this years homecoming football game. According to Kim, when they aren’t on the sidelines cheering on the players, the captains are working hard with their team to perfect their routines for competition season. “Theres always pressure on myself and my other captains Jani and Julia,” Kim said. “Coming back from a season of success into this new one, we want to defend our national title. As a leader and representative of the team I just want the girls to feel the feeling of working hard and receiving positive results from our work.”

Top of the Pyramid

Isa Morgan, Reporter December 10, 2021

Virtual school, lockdowns and cancellations of important events led to major setbacks at the height of the worldwide pandemic, yet through it all, the cheer team secured a podium spot. It was their first...

Cheering alongside the other student section leaders, senior Emily Rangel tries to keep energy high while watching the football games. The next home football game will be on Oct. 15, at the Gupton stadium. “I wanted to become student section leader because I felt like I would be able to help bring everyone together and be as enthusiastic as possible after COVID made last year really rough, Rangel said. I wanted to make sure I had some sort of leadership position in order to be able to make my senior year and everyone else’s year memorable. My best advice to the underclassmen is to not be afraid to be loud and partake in anything they can. It’s not embarrassing to have school spirit and it makes the pep rally much more enjoyable if everyone participates.”

Prepping to Get Peppy

Madison Shields, Reporter October 14, 2021

Chanting along with the entire student body, watching elaborate dances and listening to the athletes of the season speak about upcoming games. That is what has been missing this past year due to online...

Lights Out White Out

Lights Out White Out

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter October 19, 2018

Neon colors and glow in the dark accessories made for a loud, spirit filled gym after second period today. Students glowed in their white t-shirts at this year’s black light pep rally as they got hyped...

Photo by Katelyn Tschoerner

They’ve Got Spirit, How ‘Bout You?

Callie Copeland, Reporter September 20, 2018

Metal Shop. The T-Wolf Rumble. Pinkies intertwined as the crowd sings “Forever Cedar Park High.”  These traditions are what hold together the student body during Friday Night Lights. They unite...

Pink Out sold their hearts out

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter November 14, 2014

Throughout October, the cheerleaders were selling their Pink Out shirts to raise money for the cure and provide awareness of breast cancer. The cheerleaders have always been in charge of designing and...

The Nutcracker celebrates holiday cheer

Amanda Weston December 17, 2009

     This December Ballet Austin will be performing their 47th annual production of The Nutcracker. Ballet Austin, the 15th largest classical ballet company in the country, produces the longest running...

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