Girls Varsity Basketball · North Dallas girls basketball players assist with Spence’s haunted house and fall festival


Kamiyah Johnson, Jedoria Richards, Trinity Washington, Ava Gonzalez, Payton Andrews, Isabella Scarfone, Paris Williams,  and Daiyanna Timms.

 

On Nov. 2, the North Dallas girls basketball players assisted with setting up the fall festival and haunted house at Spence Middle School.

Assisting with the project were Kamiyah Johnson (12), Jedoria Richards (9), Trinity Washington (11), Ava Gonzalez (9), Payton Andrews (9), Isabella Scarfone (11), Paris Williams (12),  and Daiyanna Timms (12).

The girls helped with cleaning the gym floor, blowing up balloons, getting the paper to decorate the tables at different stations, such as face-painting, and unrolling the black bulletin board paper for the haunted house,.

The Lady Bulldogs’ next game is against Fort Worth South Hills on 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at Forester Field House.

 

Isabella Scarfone helps out with the floor work.

 

Isabella Scarfone (left) and Ava Gonzalez blow up the balloons while Jedoria Richards and Trinity Washington organize the balloons.

 

 

Daiyanna Timms (left) and Paris Williams work on rolling up pieces bulletin board paper while Kamiyah Johnson assisted with the measurements.

 

 

The North Dallas basketball players help with decorating for the tables at the festival.

 

 

 

 

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