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Bowling Into State

Bowling Into State

Caleb Tise, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019


Filed under Clubs, Sports, Top Stories

If you haven’t heard yet, the CRHS Bowling Team completed its best District Meet ever on February 21. The team placed first in both boys and girls, making them the first team in league history to take both titles. But the team isn’t finished yet and still looks ahead on the journey to State. &nb...

Featuring Alumni- Ian Baker

Featuring Alumni- Ian Baker

Celeste Hoover and Jordyn Guzman

March 8, 2019


Filed under Alumni, Blogs, Features, Top Stories

Have you ever seen the movie Shutter Island? What about Zodiac? Black Swan? If so, you can thank 2014 Cinco alumni Ian Baker, a developer for all three. “I work in development with Phoenix Pictures,” Baker said. “Currently we have a show on National Geographic called ‘The Long Road Home’...

Looking Sharp

Looking Sharp

Celeste Hoover and Jordyn Guzman

March 5, 2019


Filed under Clubs, News, Top Stories

This past weekend, the CRyptonite 624 Robotics team participated in the Austin District Competition Event and won the Entrepreneurship Award, a first for the robotics team, and captured the event  alliance championship as well as other individual recognition too. According to booster parent Mike...

Featuring Alumni- Ryan Guajardo

Featuring Alumni- Ryan Guajardo

Celeste Hoover, Design Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Alumni, Blogs, Features, Top Stories

Ryan Guajardo, a Cinco Ranch alumni from the Class of 2007, had his future career completely planned out. He loved music at Cinco, and would go to Texas State University and major in sound recording. But when he earned his degree in 2014, it was for something very different than rock and roll. “I am...

Featuring Alumni- James (JD) Kiesewetter

Featuring Alumni- James (JD) Kiesewetter

Celeste Hoover, Design Editor

February 21, 2019


Filed under Alumni, Blogs, Features, Top Stories

During his four years on Cinco’s Varsity golf team, alumnus James (JD) Kiesewetter’s swing was good enough to reach across the Atlantic. Literally. After graduating from Cinco in 2014, Kiesewetter received a golf scholarship to the US Air Force Academy and is now an officer, soon to be stationed i...

Featuring Alumni- Anna Grajales

Featuring Alumni- Anna Grajales

Jordyn Guzman, News Editor

February 13, 2019


Filed under Alumni, Features, Top Stories

Screentime, bright lights and immense fame are often the only perceptions of the film industry.Though this may be somewhat true considering the stereotype of Hollywood and prestigious award ceremonies, Anna Grajales, a Cinco Ranch High School alumnus, and now filmmaker, is using her position in the in...

Featuring Alumni- Farhana Rabbi

Featuring Alumni- Farhana Rabbi

Celeste Hoover, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under Alumni, Blogs, Features, Top Stories

If you were to make a movie about Farhana Rabbi’s life, it would probably involve Otis Spunkmeyer cookies. A lot of them. “My favorite CRHS memories involve freshly baked Otis Spunkmeyer cookies in the rotunda,” Rabbi said. Rabbi graduated Cinco Ranch in 2010 and finished her undergraduate degree at the Un...

Beds, Bodies, Bayous and Bylines

Beds, Bodies, Bayous and Bylines

Donovan Nichols

December 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Saturday. She watches as children smile with glee as the Sleep in Heavenly Peace charity delivers their new beds, a big step up from the floor. Monday is murder- literally. She takes notes as two criminal members of the Southwest Cholos street gang finally face the long arm of the law. Thursday. She...

ComedySportz competes in first match of 2018-2019 season

ComedySportz competes in first match of 2018-2019 season

Donovan Nichols, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

  The players line up one by one on the green. There is an air of nervous excitement as they prepare themselves. The referee appears, giving the rules, making sure both teams understand. The game begins. They are not, however, running or passing anything; there are no end zones or home bases ...

Muslim Student Association (MSA) kicks off their reformed club with a potluck

Muslim Student Association (MSA) kicks off their reformed club with a potluck

Sarah Sheikh, Features Editor

October 25, 2018


Filed under Clubs, News, Photos/ Galleries, Top Stories

    The Muslim Student Association (MSA) held their first potluck Monday afternoon. The event consisted of educational games, and discussions on personal experiences that allowed members to learn about Islam. The club’s mission is to inform others about the messages in the Quran (Islamic holy book...

Alyssa Watkins

Joe Powell, Staff Writer

May 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Dedication, callbacks, perseverance and packed audiences. For senior Alyssa Watkins, these are only glimpses of what she goes through in her career as an aspiring actress. But she wasn’t always the star people know her as today. “I’ve been acting since Kindergarten, Pre-K, and as long as I ...

Ratna Ramaraju

Ratna Ramaraju

Sarah Sheikh, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

To diminish the worries of getting into college and graduate school in one step seems too good to be true. Getting into a college is daunting, and not to mention dealing with the competitiveness of graduate school in a few years to come. Since the beginning of her education, the aspiration to become a doct...

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