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ITunes. That’s the one word on Robbie Christmas’ mind right now. After a long-awaited arrival, the musician and songwriter has released his debut pop/rock CD, “Robbie Christmas,” for purchase on his Web site and on iTunes.
Many people believe a box is just a box or a letter is just a letter. That a box cannot hold importance or special significance, but one Navy mom showed dozens of sailors that a single box can bring an abundance of joy during a time of slim hope.
In recent games, Cedar Park Christian baseball (13-6 overall) took down University Prep, 9-3 and 8-4.
Director John Shorb and his Cedar Park Christian High School cast and crew are thrilled to produce and perform their rendition of Don Nigro’s comedy “Robin Hood.”
With two more wins, the Cedar Park Christian Eagles’ softball team had a highly successful week.
Cedar Park Christian's baseball team began its season with a 12-9 victory over Overlake last Thursday.
Even though Cedar Park Christian students were celebrating their mid-winter break, many found the inspiration to witness the Eagles boys basketball team’s 57-34 win over Northwest last week. With 13 points, junior Adam Stephenson swept the floor, while teammate Victor Sviridyuk followed with 12 points.
Cedar Park Christian is on a roll. The Eagles first dominated Bush during the first two quarters and continued rolling with a recent 57-42 boys basketball win. Junior Victor Sviridyuk led the Eagles with 22 points, while teammates Tommy McCullough and Adam Stephenson followed with 13 and 11 points, respectively. Next, they battled Auburn Adventist and pulled through with another easy win, 45-31. The top-three point leaders again showed their skill as they made basket after basket. Sviridyuk and McCullough both added 15 points, while Stephenson contributed 12.
Boys BasketballAt their first home game, fans dressed up to participate in a school “white out” in support of their Eagles’ basketball team. Maybe it… Continue reading
What started out as a frightening awakening turned into a blessed community event for a school teacher and her neighbors. One day a couple of months ago, Suzi Ferris stayed calm as she was told that her house in the Kent valley, and everything in it, was at risk. The city proceeded to warn her that there was a problem with the embankment next to the dam, and that there was a one-in-three chance they would have to release water from the dam, resulting in massive flooding and water damage for a multitude of houses. The residents of the nearby area were told to have a bag packed for immediate evacuation, and to prepare to be absent from their homes for weeks until the warning subsided.
It was shutout time for the Eagle volleyballers.To begin the week, Cedar Park Christian battled Bush for a 3-0 win. Seniors Candice Whipple and Meg… Continue reading
As rain drizzled among the excited faces of the Cedar Park Christian fans, the Eagles stunned both sides of the crowd by scoring the first touchdown of the night on their way to a 30-14 victory over Charles Wright.
Cedar Park football loses, but is ready to ‘pick each other up to keep the chain intact,’ coach says
FootballAfter two straight victories, Cedar Park Christian's football squad suffered its first loss of the season against rival school Cascade Christian, falling 55-0 last Saturday.Senior… Continue reading
As students prepare for school soccer, they have something this year that they never had before — the Seattle Sounders FC, our recently crowned U.S. Open Cup champs.
It seems as though something big is brewing at Cedar Park Christian High School and it all starts with football.When discussing new strategies and approaches,… Continue reading
“Dear Customers: Life moves fast, that we know, but here at Carolina Smoke we like slow. If your wait seems long, just remember that we are not a fast food restaurant.”
In the words of Seattle Sounders FC head coach Sigi Schmid, “In case you haven’t heard, there’s a new team in town.” And that new team is not only setting early records, but is giving Seattle a sports team it can depend on.