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The Voice of the Wildkats

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The Voice of the Wildkats

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Wear pink on Thursday

Wear pink on Thursday

by Wildkat Media October 6, 2021

SENIOR SPIRIT. Camo was everywhere, especially on senior classes as they school hunted the cougars. The seniors was one of two classes who will attend the pep rally based on their school spirit.

Camo floods school as classes compete for pep rally seats

by Julian Pelayo, VOW staff August 27, 2021

Camo flooded the halls and classrooms as the Kats prepared for their first game under the Friday night lights this season. “Catch the Cougars,” was the theme for the first game of the season. Only...

ONE YEAR. The one year anniversary of COVID19 brings tough memories to light.

From ‘flatten the curve’ to ‘social distance,’ COVID anniversary reminds world of lessons learned

by Reagan Bond, VOW staff April 1, 2021

March 13th. The date may not stick out in everyone’s head, but it was the last day of school before spring break 2020. The anniversary of the world turning upside down. Sadly, Covid is still a thing...

JV track ready to show talent this season

JV track ready to show talent this season

by Lilly Blue, VOW staff March 3, 2021

As the runner stands on the podium and looks up at the person who beat him, he thinks to himself, this is going to take a long time and a lot of hard work.  Track season is starting and the team is...

Whether you celebrate with a Hanukkah menorah, a Christmas tree or nothing but your own spirit, the holidays are an important part of the year regardless. So don’t forget to be thankful for what life has given you, celebrate for what you have, and look forward to the new year to come - even if it costs you a buck or two.

Time to return to Christmas roots by denying commercialization of holiday season

by Jason Clark, VOW Sports editor December 14, 2020

Falling in the months of November and December, holidays such as Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Boxing Day, and most have been commercialized by the modern world to some extent or another. However, one is more...

MARK YOUR CALENDAR. The Lady Kats start with a Halloween scrimmage against Montgomery.

Shooting for the Stars

by Piper Neumann, VOW sports editor October 19, 2020

The crowd goes silent. She shoots, she scores. Ladykat basketball season is right around the corner. With tryouts next week, the Ladykats are ready to begin the season. Even though basketball is a winter...

LEADERS OF THE PACK. At the race against Magnolia West, junior Kayman Hatthorn and Braden Kurtz lead the pack of runners from the track to the wooded section of the course.

Cross country team prepares for district while making adjustments due to COVID reality

by Sure Ibukun, VOW contributor October 2, 2020

Under the scorching sun, a thunder of steps can be heard from afar. For the runners on the cross country team, each day is like the one before. Work out before school. Work out after school. Run with friends...

Deadline for Lone Star app today for sophomores

by Skylar Stepp, VOW contributor from Journalism I class February 7, 2020

College is years away for the class of 2022, but college level classes are not. It is time for sophomores to decide if they are taking DC, AP or level classes next year.   For those who are choosing...

Members of the German Folk Dance Club entertains the crowd at Tomballs Winterfest. This was the clubs first performance since forming this semester.

German dance group debuts at Tomball Winterfest

by Sure Ibukun, VOW contributor December 16, 2019

“Sei glücklich.” This German saying, which translates to “be happy” is no exception when it comes to the members of the German Folk Dance Club, whose smiles seem to be everlasting.  The...

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