The Prowler

Leadership has taken a trip

Jazilyn Murray, Contributing reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

A group of freshman went on a trip to learn and acknowledge their future selves: Leaders. According to Leadworthy Live’s official website, students are selected to attend an event featuring live music and thought-provoking talks from speakers who make up the best and most influential leaders in bus...

Students take leadership skills to capitol at Boys, Girls State

Ragan Lewis, Opinions Editor

December 12, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

This past summer, incoming seniors, three boys and one girl, were nominated to go to Boys State and Girls State. These organizations are summer leadership and citizenship programs sponsored by The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for High School Juniors. These students are nominate...

Evans remembered for ‘feisty but loving’ attitude

Evans remembered for ‘feisty but loving’ attitude

Litzy Reynoso & Jalaei Shaw, Contributing Reporters

October 22, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

When tragedy knocks at the door, it’s an emotional moment, especially when it impacts the most vulnerable of us. Junior Sahvannah Evans died in her sleep on Aug. 16 after a long bout with debilitating conditions. The 16-year-old fought cerebral palsy, a congenital disorder of movement, muscle tone,...

Former student Gerke remembered after fatal crash

Former student Gerke remembered after fatal crash

Angie Rodriguez, News Editor

October 22, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, at least 3,720 people were killed on Texas roadways in 2017. Unfortunately, another number was added to the 2018 statistic. Former student Dustin Gerke died in a car crash that occured on June 9. Reports say he had been going at an unsafe speed...

Rodgers goes through second round of cancer

Rodgers goes through second round of cancer

George Juarez, Editor-In-Chief

October 22, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Most people consider a common cold annoying; a fever discomforting; or a broken bone crippling. Not everyone should be so lucky. Others fight diseases that aren’t as temporary and just as dangerous. Layne Rodgers, 17, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, in September 2017....

Creek students protest in ‘March for our lives’

Ireri Tamayo, Contributing Reporter

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

As a way to remember the ones that lost their lives in the most well-known school shooting at Columbine High School, and as a way to demand the government for more gun control, students nationwide held a walk out calling for action April 20. More than 2,600 schools nationwide took part, Caney Creek...

And I would drive 500 miles

And I would drive 500 miles

Cristlyn Lewis, Associate Editor

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

If you think a 15 or even 30 minute commute to school is rough, just wait for this. Senior James Wood has been driving from Kemah, which is around the south Houston area, to Caney Creek since spring break. Wood plans to graduate in this campus after completing Wood moved to Kemah in March of this...

Rodgers declared cancer free after bouts of surgery

George Juarez, Editor-In-Chief

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

Six months had to pass by for junior Layne Rodgers to hear the news he always wanted to find out: being cancer free. LeeAnn Perry, Rodger’s mother, announced the good news to the public, via Facebook, on April 23. After amputation, they detected tumors on his lungs due to the spread of the osteosarcoma...

Leo Club members help out at Texas Lions Camp

Leo Marban, Contributing Reporter

May 22, 2018


Filed under A&E, News, Student Life

As they walked up the hills sweating with dedication, they left a track of hard work and commitment. The final destination, a nice facility for disabled children. Leo Club went out to clean up the Texas Lions Camp at Kerrville, Texas on May 5. They left after school on May 4 and came back on May 6....

CCHS to create homecoming parade on track

Sarah Warren, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

Caney Creek high school will be holding its first ever homecoming parade next year. Principal Dr. Jeff Stichler decided to host the parade on the Caney Creek track next fall on Oct. 3. The event will be held in the fall and closer to the evening to keep it cooler. “I believe that it’s a way to ha...

Wrestler makes it to state

George Juarez, Editor-In-Chief

March 21, 2018


Filed under News, Sports Center, Student Life

One Caney Creek wrestler made a trip to the state competition for the second year in a row. Junior Juan Martinez was the only Panther wrestler to escape the regional meet at Bryan High School on Feb. 16-17. This was after the wrestling team went to district competition on Feb. 7 at Willis High School...

Seniors pushing for time capsule

Cassee Gates, Contributing Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

The last of the ‘90s babies will leave high school with a wealth of memories, some of which they plan to box up and leave behind. Senior Kimberlee McLaughlin introduced the idea of creating a time capsule, a little box which contains items that reflect the time period and personality of those that...

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