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Breaking News: Senior Graduates High School

Breaking News: Senior Graduates High School

Bea Lunardini, Senior Editor May 16, 2022

It is with very mixed feelings that I, Bea Lunardini, announce my official resignation from the County Line newspaper, otherwise known as my graduation. I have only had the pleasure of writing for the...

The Texas Tower. Its lit up everytime UT staff or a student does something extraordinary.

Education Expedition: UT Austin

Oliver Capito, Editor In Chief March 26, 2022

As with most non-juniors, I had severely procrastinated making a list of potential colleges to go to. With AP classes, newspaper, swimming, and other extracurricular activities, I was more focused on getting...

Before The Chandelier Falls

Before The Chandelier Falls

Nicha Bruce February 4, 2022

Blinding lights, piercing vocals, lilting melodies, sweeping declarations of love, and a falling chandelier all come together in the Phantom of the Opera. Every two years, the Fine Arts Department puts...

The Convivial Cricket Club

The Convivial Cricket Club

Oliver Capito, Editor in Chief January 25, 2022

If you look close enough in the front of the school, every Monday and Friday, you will see around ten students running, screaming, and most importantly, having fun. Run by Kartik Rai, the Cricket club...

Forward Liz Campos plays in the girls varsity soccer game on 1-11 vs. FBAHS.

One Love: The CRHS Girls Varsity Soccer Team

Bea Lunardini, Editor January 25, 2022

The Cinco Ranch High School girls varsity soccer team can be described with several numbers. They have 18 players on the roster. Nine of those players are seniors. Overall, they have won six of their nine...

The 64th Grammys: Snubs, Surprises, and Predictions

The 64th Grammys: Snubs, Surprises, and Predictions

Bea Lunardini, Editor December 13, 2021
Bea Lunardini, avid music listener and big fan of criticizing things, makes predictions on the results of the 64th Grammys.
Photo Cred: Robert Manzanillo

Introducing new Miss Texas Teen Latina- Andrea Manzanillo

Nicole Campbell, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

Flashing lights, and long nights, the world of pageantry is more than it seems. Cinco Ranch senior, Andrea Manzanillo, is not only familiar with these demands but can proclaim herself a master after winning...

Region.

Region.

December 1, 2021

“Receiving musical selections in late July, students, on their own time, prepare for a series of auditions come winter, ultimately showcasing the plethora of skills learned in ensemble and alone,”...

You’ve Got A Friend in Me: The PALS of CRHS

You’ve Got A Friend in Me: The PALS of CRHS

Bea Lunardini, Editor November 30, 2021

Every year, the PALS program at Cinco Ranch High School gives nearly 80 students a chance to bond with younger students at feeder schools. Cinco Ranch has seen massive changes in its 22-year existence,...

metallic box with survival kit phrase stencil print on it side

Senior Year Survival Guide: Rickelle Edition

Rickelle Henderson November 30, 2021

Being in high school is stressful, when thinking about it in 4 year terms, college applications and responsibilities you have to overcome and work through. Senior Year in my opinion is one of the most...

Theme Day Mishap

Theme Day Mishap

Jada Joshua, Staff Writer November 13, 2021

Here at Cinco Ranch High School Homecoming is a time to renew our school spirit and come together to celebrate. During our most recent Homecoming Week, controversy erupted. The Good Sportsmanship League...

1000 Miles and Counting: A Cross Country Journey to State

1000 Miles and Counting: A Cross Country Journey to State

Bea Lunardini, Editor November 12, 2021

The Cinco Ranch High School girls varsity cross country team finished fourth in the UIL 6A Region 3 championship on Monday, October 25, successfully earning them a place in the UIL 6A State contest.  The...

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