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North Dallas’ $46.5 million in renovations began with Prinicipal Katherine Eska’s presentations and conversations

A timetable has not been announced for North Dallas’ renovations to begin but there’s hope it will be completed by 2022. When Katherine Eska interviewed for the North Dallas principal position, she remembered a conversation that she had with Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa. “I remember vividly in my interview with the superintendent, he stated this can

North Dallas senior SaNiya Lampkin is moving on to next level: ‘I am very excited for the opportunity.’.

North Dallas senior SaNiya Lampkin poses with Coaches John Edwards (back, left) and Natoscha Golightly (right) and her North Dallas teammates.  (Photos by Ernest Cerda)   North Dallas Principal Katherine Eska and Athletic Coordinator Brian Barnett stand with SaNiya Lampkin.   North Dallas senior SaNiya Lampkin will be taking her basketball talents to Grayson College this fall,

North Dallas sending boys, girls relay teams to regionals: ‘We’re going to regionals!’

The North Dallas swim team includes (back, from left) Coach Stephanie Page, Noel Lopez, Carlos Lopez, Modesto Ottenwarden, Marco Garcia and Heath Waffer; (front, from left) Lauren Garcia, Marielena Garcia, Emily Arenas and Alicia Garcia.   North Dallas swim coach Stephanie Page was ready to leave Loos Natatorium Friday, but her boys and girls had

North Dallas senior Noel Lopez signs baseball letter of intent with DCC

Noel Lopez and his family, Dad David Lopez and Mom Eve Lopez and sister Elena Lopez and brother Leo Lopez.   North Dallas senior Noel Lopez signed a letter of intent Tuesday to play baseball at Dallas Christian College, a private four-year college in Farmers Branch. “I feel pretty good. It’s a big accomplishment,” said

Looking back at North Dallas High School’s Top 10 events in 2018

With the start of 2019, we’re counting down and looking back at the Top 10 events in 2018 at North Dallas High School. North Dallas Athletic Coordinator Brian Barnett, who received the Dallas ISD co-athletic coordinator award in May, assisted in the order of events. This includes events from the 2017-18 and 2018-19 school years.

After heart attack six months ago, ND teacher Christina Herrera roars back, completes 5K

  Last spring, Christina Herrera, who teaches US History/ APUSH and AVID IV at North Dallas, had a heart attack at the school. She underwent triple bypass surgery, and then began a long recovery program. Thanks to support and strength from her former North Dallas classmates Juanita Cano and Rey Alvarez, Herrera is fighting back. She was

North Dallas senior Marielena Garcia named to academic all-state cross country team

North Dallas senior Marielena Garcia was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association Academic All-State Cross Country Team.   North Dallas senior Marielena Garcia didn’t expect this accomplishment but she’ll take it. Mari was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association Academic All-State Cross Country Team on Wednesday. “It’s not something I ever thought I would

North Dallas star athlete Xya Balderas chooses Houston Baptist

On early signing day, Xya Balderas is surrounded by her coaches and family. Xya signed a letter of intent with Houston Baptist University.     On early signing day, North Dallas star athlete Xya Balderas’ hard work has paid off. She signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Houston Baptist University next year.

George Cole recalls the 1952 Bulldogs: The last time North Dallas made the playoffs

George Cole’s parents kept a scrapbook of his playing days at North Dallas High School from 1951 to 1953.   At 83, George Cole has plenty of stories about his playing days at North Dallas High School in the early 1950s. Cole played running back and safety on the 1952 playoff team — the last year that

Wannie Neal Dillon of Liberia recalls how she became North Dallas’ top female athlete

Wannie Neal Dillon visited North Dallas recently. The top female athlete of the year award is named after Wannie, a 2004 graduate.   At the annual North Dallas High School Athletic Banquet in May, the top female athlete of the year receives the Wannie Neal award. Wannie, a 2004 graduate, is recognized as one of the top female athletes

North Dallas to play Carter for second place Monday; Patrice Leavy sets pace in 25-11 win

Patrice Leavy receives congratulations from Coach Chris Barnhill and teammates after strking out the side during Friday’s game.   North Dallas sophomore Patrice Leavy turned in a strong six-inning relief appearance and also had five hits as the Lady Bulldogs rolled past Pinkston 25-11 Friday at Rangers Academy. North Dallas finished District 12-4A play in

Sanam Kumar will be representing Bulldog Nation at tennis state tournament

Sanam Kumar won the District 12-4a boys singles title and finished runner-up at the Class 4A Region II tournament on Thursday. He will be representing North Dallas at the Class 4A Tennis State Tournament May 16-17 at Texas A&M.   Sanam Kumar lost in the Class 4A Region II tennis final Thursday, but he won

Pitchers Tina Nguyen, Patrice Leavy combine for no-hitter in Lady Bulldogs’ win

Ladaysha Robinson, seen in an earlier game against Pinkston, hit a home run in the second inning.   North Dallas pitchers didn’t allow a single hit as the Lady Bulldogs defeated Roosevelt 18-3 on Tuesday at the North Dallas softball field. Tina Nguyen picked up the win, allowing no hits and two runs over three

North Dallas students get creative with metal detectors

North Dallas’ art students gave the metal detectors a new look. (Photo from Principal Katherine Eska’s Facebook page.)   Julie Yun’s AP Design Studio students recently gave the school’s metal detectors a touch of school spirit as you enter the North Dallas High School.  Check out the cool pictures, provided by Ms. Yun.   Olga Martinez works

North Dallas assistant coach Elijah Perez learning quickly about rivalry, playoffs

Assistant Coach Elijah Perez is new to the Bulldogs program, and the chase for the district title.   One of the new faces in the North Dallas baseball team dugout is assistant coach Elijah Perez, a 23-year-old Special Education  teacher who graduated from Hardin-Simmons University last year. Coach Perez said he’s learning quickly about what

All Teams Schedule: Week of Apr 15 – Apr 21

Apr 16 Girls Varsity Softball at Roosevelt High School Roosevelt 4:30 pm | North Dallas HS Apr 16 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Hillcrest High School Hillcrest 4:30 pm | North Dallas HS Apr 18 Boys Varsity Baseball at Lincoln High School Lincoln 7:00 pm | Pleasant Grove Stadium Apr 18 Girls Varsity Softball at Pinkston

Sophia Hernandez drives in 6 runs in Lady Bulldogs’ win on Senior Night

  Sophia Hernandez had two hits — a triple and home run — and drove in six runs in the Lady Bulldogs’ 19-2 win.   On Senior Night at the North Dallas softball field, Sophia Hernandez capped the happy occasion by driving in six runs in leading the Lady Bulldogs to a 19-2 win over

North Dallas extends win streak to 10 in a row after 17-2 district win

North Dallas baserunner James Camacho slides into third base as the Carter third baseman tries to reach for the ball.   With dirt flying, James is called safe at third base. [Correction: Tuesday’s game against Hillcrest is at 4:30 p.m. at Johnny Oates Field. ] After a week off, North Dallas’ baseball team rolled to

North Dallas track team sets sights on area round next

Mohammad Bility competes in the 300 hurdles. Mohammad finished fifth.   North Dallas area qualifiers will be competing at the area meet on Wednesday, April 17, at the Jesse Owens Memorial Complex. North Dallas qualifiers include: Conner Wester — Long Jump Marquez Frost — Triple Jump Mohammad Bility — 110 High Hurdles Semaj Washington —

Lady Bulldogs fight back in Pink out game, prepare to play Lincoln on Friday

Diana Brothers throws out the first pitch as the Lady Bulldogs take on Hillcrest at the North Dallas field. (Photo by Ernest Cerda)   Diana Brothers, the wife of Spence Middle School Coach Scott Brothers, is a breast cancer survivor. (Photo by Ernest Cerda)   In the Pink Out game for breast cancer awareness, Diana Brothers,