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The Student News Site of Cypress Creek High School


Our Coyotes cheering after making a score.

Cypress Hockey Team Making History

Rony Tannoukhi, Writer/Photographer
February 23, 2024
As one of our Coyotes tries to block the other team.

Junior Varsity: The Path to Success

Rex Keene, Writer/Photographer
February 16, 2024
 Zoe Faircloth Rushing to the finish line.

A Mile in Their Shoes

Michael Burrell, Writer/Photographer
February 15, 2024
The Cypress Creek gymnasium was rattling with excitement. Cypress Creek Weightlifter, freshman, Sarah MacMullan, attempts a snatch at 120 pounds. “I felt confident in lifting this weight because I have performed it before.” MacMullan finishes first in her weight class winning districts.

Freshmen Breaking School Records

Sarah MacMullan, Writer/Photographer
February 15, 2024
Racing to the finish line.

The Young vs. The Old

Bryan Sorrell, Writer/Photographer
February 14, 2024
The Cypress Creek Coyotes after their first playoff win in program history against the J. W. Mitchell Varsity Hockey Team.

Hockey Hype

Rony Tannoukhi and Jonathan Motta
February 9, 2024
Push! The Coyote junior varsity wrestling team at the Weeki Watchee tournament, featuring sophomore
Gustavo Herrera bridging his way out of a pin. Herrera went on to win the match with a pin. Herrera said, “He took me down, but you know, I just used what I learned and ended up winning the match.”

From Green to Gold

Javier Dominguez, Writer/Photographer
February 5, 2024
Before the first game of the season against Wiregrass, the varsity soccer team huddles around each
other. They link arms, showing how strong the chemistry is on the team. The Coyotes got the victory
over Wiregrass, winning 2-0 in their season opener.

Team Chemistry

Gavin Beckstead, Writer/Photographer
February 5, 2024
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