CPFB Wins “Play of the Year” award


Lexi Rima

A Time Warner Cable rep presents junior Tommy Lavine and senior Amir Alzer with a $1000 check on Feb. 12 for winning the “Play of the Year.”

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief

After over 14 weeks of voting, CPFB pulled out a W in Time Warner Sports Channel’s “Play of the Year” contest on Feb. 12. As part of winning, the school received 1,000 dollars donated by Time Warner Sports Channel.

The play was picked by a fan vote and featured senior quarterback Amir Alzer throwing a touchdown pass to junior wide receiver Tommy Lavine during the second quarter of the Boerne Champion playoff game in November. Nobody on the team was told about the contest results until the check was awarded.

“Once Mr. Sloan told me I was really excited because I’ve contributed a lot to the school and they deserve the money,” Alzer said.

For Lavine, it was no surprise Cedar Park won the fan vote.

“Cedar Park is a tight knit community so the play got out and people started voting because we all wanted to win the money for the school,” Lavine said.

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