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Band To Perform Star Spangled Banner At Whataburger Field

Band To Perform Star Spangled Banner At Whataburger Field

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

August 24, 2018


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The Calallen Wildcat Band will have their first performance of the year at Whataburger Field on Monday, August 27, 2018. They will be performing the Star Spangled Banner. "Personally, I am nervous because it is my first performance," freshman trumpet player Arianna Canales said. The band has been...

Varsity Boys Soccer Ranked Undefeated in North Zone for district 30-5A

Varsity Boys Soccer Ranked Undefeated in North Zone for district 30-5A

Jaelynn Zapata, Reporter

April 19, 2018


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Calallen boys varsity soccer team placed second in district as well as first and undefeated in the North Zone for district 30-5A. Below are the district accolades for the Calallen boys’ soccer program: Co-Offensive MVP- Cesar Garcia Goalkeeper of the Year- Raymond Hallgarth 1st Team Defen...

Chapman’s 1000th Win!

Chapman’s 1000th Win!

Ashlee Burns, Editor in Chief

March 22, 2018


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Head Baseball Coach Steve Chapman won his 1,000 career win in a 7-0 game against Tuloso-Midway on Tuesday, March 20. Chapman is now the 22 high school baseball coach in the country with 1,000 wins.

Powerlifting Season Starts Full Force

Powerlifting Season Starts Full Force

Samantha Zentz, Reporter

February 14, 2018


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The powerlifting season is underway and their next meet will be Feb. 10 at Flour Bluff. At their last meet on Feb. 3, the boys placed 1st out of 10 teams and the girls placed 4th. Powerlifting coach Charles Smithey is excited for his team to get their placements in the next couple of UIL meets. “I...

Swinging Into a New Season

Swinging Into a New Season

Jaelyn Zapata, Reporter

February 14, 2018


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Varsity baseball will play King at Whataburger Field on Feb. 19. Boys varsity baseball will also have a scrimmage on Feb. 16. The team is focused on earning a win against King. According to Coach Daniel Zapata, players will need to continue to show up to practice and improve every day. “Every...

The Last Hurrah

The Last Hurrah

Juliana Lopez, Reporter

February 13, 2018


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The Varsity Boys Basketball team played Ray on Tuesday, Feb. 6, losing 68-42. The boys fell short of a win, which took them out of the run for playoffs. Even though they aren’t advancing to the playoffs, the boys learned many traits throughout the course of the season. “I have learned that...

Living Tennis as a Lifestyle

Living Tennis as a Lifestyle

Hannah Morris, Reporter

January 26, 2018


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Whack! The sound of the racket meeting the ball is all she can hear as her heart races with anticipation as she looks to her mom sitting in the stands. All of her hard work has led to this moment. This is a normal match for varsity freshmen Jenna Carr. “I can’t remember my life without tennis,”...

Ladycat Basketball Dribbling to Playoffs

Ladycat Basketball Dribbling to Playoffs

Ashlee Burns, Editor in Chief

January 4, 2018


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Shooting hoops and swishing nets, the Ladycat basketball season moves toward district matches as the girls play their next few games before February's playoff games. The girls put in hours when it comes to practicing during and after school. The team practices everyday during the athletic period and...

Slam Dunking into a New Season

Slam Dunking into a New Season

Hannah Morris, Reporter

November 2, 2017


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Girls’ Basketball has high hopes for their upcoming season. “I’ve played basketball since the 7th grade,” Zenetta Hinojosa said. “We are very competitive and work well together, so I’m excited for our games.” To add to the excitement, Girls’ Basketball will be receiving new equipment. “The...

Diving Into a New Season

Diving Into a New Season

Gianna Anzaldua, Reporter

October 18, 2017


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With Coach Kyle Heflin leading them down a path to success, the CHS swim team is motivated for their upcoming meets. “I am very excited for the Tuloso-Midway meet,” freshman swimmer Yulissa Dorsch said. As the season begins, the talk about upcoming meets against rivals and out of town schools...

Cheerleaders Start the Year with New Members

Cheerleaders Start the Year with New Members

Wyatt Lutenbacher, Reporter

October 4, 2017


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This year the cheerleading team is continuing its tradition of representing the school at football games and pep-rallies with a roster of many new students. One new cheerleader, freshman Natalie Peters, says practice is fun. "Cheer is a lot of fun," Peters said. "It's not difficult, but it takes a...

Tennis Served Tough Competition

Tennis Served Tough Competition

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Managing Editor

October 3, 2017


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For the Calallen tennis team, their fall season has been full of tough tournaments and successes that have pushed the teammates harder than ever. The junior varsity team majorly improved, defeating long-time rival Flour Bluff. For varsity, rivals Veterans Memorial, Ray, and Flour Bluff, have given memorable...

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