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Amelia Flynt

Amelia Flynt

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief May 19, 2021

“My favorite memory of this season is looking up at my family after throwing 173 feet on my first try and knowing I was going to be a double state champion.” After two record breaking throws at...

Zhangs painting, Out of the Shadows, won her state recognition at the VASE art contest.

Kelly Zhang

Oliver Capito, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

The colors seem to burst out of the pictures. Blues, reds, yellows, every color on the spectrum seems to be popping out in a way that makes the picture cohesive. This seems to be the best way to describe...

Senior Joseph Kohlmaier (middle) competes in a December marching band competition.

Joseph Kohlmaier

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor in Chief April 28, 2021

“I never would’ve considered becoming a band director without the energy they have and that they impart on their students. They’ve inspired me to pursue what I love and share that love with as many...

2003 CRHS graduate Claire A Jac Jones transitioned from the world for theater set design to running her own Tiny House design business business. The Cinco alum credits her high school CTRC experience for setting the foundation of her career pathway in design.

Featuring Alumni – Claire A Jac Jones

Claire Haigwood, Staff Writer April 1, 2019

After a successful high school career with the Cinco Ranch Theater Company and achieving a  bachelor’s degree of Fine Arts, alumnae Claire A Jac Jones thought she knew exactly what kind of career...

Top 5 Austin City Limits Performances

Claire Haigwood, Staff Writer October 25, 2018

Paul McCartney After years of trying to book the former member of The Beatles, Austin City Limits finally succeeded. The 76 year-old rock legend played a nearly two and a half hour long set filled...

Alyssa Watkins

Joe Powell, Staff Writer May 4, 2018

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...

Ratna Ramaraju

Ratna Ramaraju

Sarah Sheikh, Staff Writer May 2, 2018

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...

Close-up and Personal

Claire Haigwood, Staff writer February 16, 2018

Tourists sightseeing, politicians hurrying to work and drivers blaring: a typical scene on any street in our nation’s capital. Amid the chaos, however, a group of students from halfway across the country...

Mrs. Jenschke celebrates the gender reveal of her baby boy

It’s a boy!

Morgan Blevins, Contributing writer December 13, 2017

It’s 3:15 after school on Tuesday. Around 30 FFA members are standing outside at the back of the school behind the floral lab and ag shop. Everybody cheers and yells for Mrs. Jenschke to crack open the...

College vs. Cinco

Snovia Moiz, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 15, 2014

Chick-fil-a. Football games. Maroon out. LaCenterra. These, among other things, characterize Cinco Ranch. Something most residents and students fail to notice is the seclusion from the outside world that...

Junior Courtney Morris applies makeup to senior Julia Riffle on one of the club’s events, Cosmetology Day.

In true Cinco style

Sara Saavedra, staff writer April 11, 2014

Fashion. One word with infinite possibilities. It channels the phases throughout life and serves as a way to express personalities. Most people follow the trends, yet there are few that take them to a...

The Introvert Extrovert Debate

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor February 17, 2014

The Matter of It All  Grey and white has quite literally become the new black. Grey and white matter in the brain that is. “You have to remember that everybody has differences in their brains,”...

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