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North Dallas defense gets two interceptions, blanks Adamson in scrimmage

Bulldogs linebacker Cinque Lampkin dives for the Adamson ball carrier.   North Dallas defensive coordinator Matthew Clay came off the field after Saturday’s scrimmage at Franklin Field with a sigh of relief: “No injuries,” he said. The Bulldogs cannot afford injuries if they hope to compete in District 8-4A Division 1 this season. In Saturday’s scrimmage against

North Dallas runners get off to a good start in first cross country meet

The ND runners include (front) Liz Sanchez and Pureza Murillo; (middle row, from left) Marielena Garcia, Ruby Gutierrez, Yomara Gutierrez, and Yanely Martinez; (back row, from left) Alexis Galindo, Alejandro Murillo, Julian Canales and Bilal Rasool.   For Julian Canales, running in the afternoon is harder than running in the morning. He found that out

North Dallas art students add new look to Tex Avery Murals

  Who knew that the creator of the Bugs Bunny and his cast of characters originated in the 1920s in the halls of North Dallas? After all these years, Tex Avery’s cartoons are still funny today. Bugs Bunny’s famous “Eh, what’s up, doc?” is said to have originated in the North Dallas hallways between classes. Avery graduated

Here are the players to watch on this year’s North Dallas football team

Wilbert Russell (from left), Quaydrian Frazier and Jah’Ques Shelvy get some water during a recent practice.   Five North Dallas players earn first team All-District 12-5A honors last season. That’s pretty good for a team that went 1-9. Fortunately for the Bulldogs, three first team players are returning this season, along with two players who

Bulldogs start working out for 2018 football season: ‘The wins will come’

North Dallas head coach Fred Johnson is very optimistic about this upcoming season.   North Dallas football Coach Fred Johnson welcomed 38 players at Monday’s workouts as the Bulldogs prepare for the 2018 football season. “Today went well,” said Johnson, entering his third season as head coach. “You can tell the kids that have been

North Dallas alumni golf tournament slated Oct. 1 at Riverchase Golf Course

  The 2018 Greater North Dallas High School Alumni Association Golf Tournament is approaching. Have you signed up to play? Alumni, faculty and friends are invited to enter this annual fundraising event, which will be on Monday, Oct. 1 at the Riverchase Golf Course, 700 Riverchase Drive in Coppell. Registration and lunch begins at 11

For North Dallas softball duo, first trip to Washington was a memorable one

North Dallas softball players, Ladaysha Robinson and Sophia Hernandez, played for the Texas team at the youth softball tournament in Washington, D.C., last week.   North Dallas High School softball players Ladaysha Robinson and Sophia Hernandez attended the competitive youth softball tournament recently in Washington, D.C. The tournament, sponsored by Major League Baseball and MLB Youth Softball Ambassador

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

Congrats, Mary Ann Naig, North Dallas High School’s Teacher of the Year

Mary Ann Naig, who teaches Pre-calculus and Algebra 2, has been at North Dallas for 12 years.   [Update: Ms. Naig is teacher of the year for the 2018-19 school year. ] In early June, North Dallas named Mary Ann Naig as the 2018-19 Teacher of the Year, and Scotty Martin was named Support Staff of the

Carlos Lopez named district MVP; 10 North Dallas players, coach on all-district team

The Bulldogs in numerical order. Front row, from right to left: Adan Galvan (1), Noel Lopez (2), Marco Garcia (3), Xavien Shay (4), Luis Garcia (5), Christian Zuniga (6), Carlos Lopez (8); back row, from left: James Camacho (9), Deoin Medellin (10), Roberto Ramirez (11), Stephen Do (12), Mauro Rincon (16), Julian Canales (13), Jose

Congratulations, North Dallas High School graduates!

Senior Steven Do begins the graduation celebration on Saturday.   After the speeches were done, North Dallas Principal Katherine Eska addressed the 2018 Senior Class on Saturday at Loos Field House. “Will the Class of 2018 of North Dallas High School please stand?” she said to the 209 students in front of her. And the

Diana Romero and Jeremiah Cooper named North Dallas’ top student-athletes

  Seniors Diana Romero and Jeremiah Cooper were named the top student-athletes of the year at the North Dallas Athletic Banquet Monday night in the school auditorium. Diana, who competed in cross country, volleyball, soccer and track, received the Wannie Neal award as the top female student-athlete. Diana was first team all-district in volleyball and

DISD names North Dallas’ Brian Barnett as co-athletic coordinator of the year

North Dallas Athletic Coordinator Brian Barnett receives a hug from Fatima Rincon after announcing the golf awards on Monday at the athletic banquet.   North Dallas Athletic Coordinator Brian Barnett was one of the top winners Monday. But he didn’t receive an award at the Athletic Banquet. Instead, he received the honor of Co-Athletic Coordinator

North Dallas students take pride in JROTC program: ‘We’re still No. 1’

Sgt. Marion Nicholson was recently about the benefits of joining the JROTC at North Dallas High School. “Discipline, structure,” he said. “When they first come in, we tell them you will wear a uniform. You will present yourself as far as the way we want you to do it. We’ll teach you everything. We’re going to mentor, model,

North Dallas Booster Club partners with new fundraising program

By BRENDA LOPEZ MONSIVAIS With the new school year just around the corner, the only thing that keeps you from getting your school supplies is having to drive from store to store and wait in long checkout lines. But the North Dallas Booster Club has the solution for you. And you can get your shopping

Welcome North Dallas High’s new principal — Katherine Eska

North Dallas High School has a new principal! Katherine Wanserski Eska comes to North Dallas High from Arthur Kramer Elementary School, where she has been the principal for the last three years. While at Kramer Elementary, Eska led her campus to obtain six state distinctions. She also worked as a high school teacher at Spruce

North Dallas library selling old yearbooks, looking for some, too

  North Dallas High School librarian Terri Moore is selling yearbooks but also looking for yearbooks. She is selling yearbooks at $30 for certain years, and is looking for yearbooks for certain years to be donated. “We do have some yearbooks we can sell [$30 each],” she said. “There are also a few years we

ND basketball program needs resources, a new gym

Second of two parts North Dallas boys basketball coach Brett Cole says the key to building the basketball program is having proper facilities and maintaining a feeder pattern. The feeder pattern requires getting the kids from Spence and Rusk to come to North Dallas and not transferring or attending other schools. But getting basketball athletes to come

When will North Dallas HS get a competition gym?

    First of two parts. From November to February, the North Dallas basketball teams become road warriors. They may play one or two games in the boys gym, but for the most part, all of their games are on the road. North Dallas, a Class 5A school with 1,200 students, doesn’t have a competition-size gym like other

Looking at schedule, could this be the season that ND takes ‘that 1952 off our back’?

The Bulldogs come off the field after a solid defensive performance against Adamson on Saturday.   Looking at this season’s schedule, North Dallas head coach Fred Johnson is pretty optimistic. He said the Bulldogs will be facing teams that look like them. North Dallas will be facing all new teams as it drops to Class 4A. Some teams,

North Dallas’ Meet the Teacher night draws great response

North Dallas’ cheerleaders included (front row, from left) Ashelie Luckett, Juana Najera, Alyssa Estrada, Ashley Keovichith and Andrea Soto; (back, from left) Nayeli Rico, unidentified student, and Na’Keisha Alridge.   The hallways were filled with people on North Dallas’ Meet the Teacher night Wednesday night at the school. Students, parents and their families were seen  walking

North Dallas runners head to first meet; don’t forget to place your Fan Cloth order

The North Dallas cross country has begun working out and preparing for the upcoming season. Attending a recent practice were (from, from left) Pureza Murillo (in the black shirt), Tina Nguyen, and Yanely Martinez; (back row, from left) Alejandro Murillo, Anahi Hurtado, Mari Garcia, Iliana Morfin, Liz Sanchez, My Nguyen, Ruby Gutierrez, and Bilal Rasool.

2017-18’s Best of the Best: Boys Baseball – Presented by VNN x Rapid Replay

This Summer, we’re teaming up with our friends at Rapid Replay to hand pick our favorite fan-recorded highlights from this past school year across the VNN Network. Each week, we’ll be spotlighting a new sport’s Top Plays.  There’s nothing like a baseball game on a summer day! This week we’re showcasing our favorite highlights from across the country in Boys

Earn cash-back for us while you shop for back-to-school!

Parents, athletes and fans — Welcome back! As you get ready for the school year ahead, don’t forget to shop using our athletic department’s shop page. We earn anywhere from 1-10% of each purchase you make at big name brands like Under Armour, Lowe’s, Target, Wal-Mart, and Ulta. Click here to visit our shop page!

North Dallas to host Meet the Teacher night from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday

North Dallas will host its annual Meet the Teacher night from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday  at the school. The teachers returned last week, and are preparing for the new 2018-19 school year. This is your chance to meet the teachers, especially the new ones.  Classes begin Monday at 9:05 a.m. In case you missed it: