My name is Isabella Carlin and I am a sophomore at The Woodlands College Park High School. I am a member of National Charity League, DECA, and am a violinist in the CP Orchestra. I am also a staff writer for the CP Paladin Newspaper. I enjoy traveling, watching Astros baseball, and trying new restaurants. In the future, I hope to study journalism and media in college. My dream is to work for a major newspaper or magazine company. I enjoy the VYPE U program because I get the opportunity to cover all of the talented athletes at my school and get to build my journalism portfolio in the process. I also enjoy getting recognized for my writing and sharing College Park's stories with the Houston sports community. This year I am most excited to cover CP baseball, football, and track!
Track season is approaching and the TWCP girls track team is gearing up for a great season filled with new records, competition, and memories with teammates. Meet some of the star members of the track team:
The College Park varsity swim team competed in the District 13-6A competition on Saturday. Both the boys and girls teams came in 2nd place in the district and fell short to The Woodlands.
The team had finalists in the 100 Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, and Freestyle, along with the 50 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle, 200 IM, 500 Freestyle, IM Medley Relay, 200 Freestyle Relay, and 400 Freestyle Relay.
The swimmers that qualified were Abram Allen, Kaylee Cole, Nate Cunningham, Corry Dautrich, Ryanne Fancher, David Halmy, Isabelle Irani, Julianna Lopez, Abigail Monson, Brady Monson, Max Oberg, Evan Rees, Ryan Sen, Jason Sharer, Lauren Taylor, Morgan Wasik, and Ethan Yu. They will compete at the Region lV-6A Competition on January 31st. The team will swim against some of the best athletes in the area and look to bring back regional titles to College Park.