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ND Swimmers compete at All-City meet

The North Dallas girls 400-yard freestyle relay took fourth place in 7:19.37, and the boys took fifth place in 400-yard free relay in 6:00.18 at the DISD All-City swim meet on Jan. 10 at Loos Natatorium. The girls team finished sixth and the boys team finished 10th. The Bulldogs will compete at the district meet

Wrestlers take third place at All-City meet

Washington Le and Yesenia Jimenez took first-place honors and the North Dallas wrestling team took third place overall last week at the All-City wrestling meet at Forester Field House. The ND girls team scored 95 points behind Kimball (161) and Skyline (147). The ND boys team compiled 140 points behind Skyline (265) and Kimball (157).

Can the Bulldogs make the playoffs?

North Dallas basketball coach Brett Cole is confident his Bulldogs have a chance to make the playoffs this season. “If we beat the teams at our level, then we should make the fourth seed this season and make the playoffs,” said Cole, who is in his first year as the Bulldogs head coach. “It will

Washington Le and the Bulldogs prevail

Washington Le was warming up on the sidelines in preparation for his wrestling match Wednesday night at Adamson High School. He was stretching, jumping up and down and dropping down into his wrestling pose. Asked if he was nervous, he said, “Sure, there’s always a little bit of nervousness.” Washington was competing against Francisco, the

ND swimmers prepare for Saturday’s All-City Meet

North Dallas’ swim team will be sending 12 swimmers to the All-City meet on Saturday at Loos Natatorium. The meet begins at 10:30 a.m. Coach Erin Morrison said the team is “doing really well.” “We’re constantly improving every meet,” Morrison said. The All-City meet will help North Dallas prepare for the district meet on Friday,

About the North Dallas High School Booster Club

The North Dallas High School Booster Club is celebrating its 10th year of existence this year. The purpose of the Booster Club is to provide encouragement and generate support for all extracurricular activities at North Dallas High School. The NDHS Booster Club began around 2002 and was led by parent/president Steve Lyons. Ernest Cerda (Class of

Bulldogs soccer team on the move

  Coach Brad Namdar and the ND soccer team have been very busy preparing for the upcoming season. The boys team painted the locker rooms, cleared an area for a practice field and help support teammate Ricardo Gonzalez in a national contest. But now it’s January and let the games begin. “My expectations of this

Profile on Desmond Davis

Grade: senior What college do you plan to attend: Hoping to attend Oklahoma State University or Iowa State Community and school activities: Action team, band, wrestling, track and field and academic decathlon My hobbies are: playing video games and helping people. The three words people use to describe me are: tough, self-motivated and determined I’m

Future promising for ND football

” Despite a 2-8 record this season, North Dallas High football coach Charles Moss was pleased with the Bulldogs’ progress this season. “Based on our season improvements, I predict that we will be in the state playoffs next season,” he said in an email. One of the highlights this season was the play of junior