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Congrats to the ND honor roll students

Congratulations to the 598 students who made the A or B Honor list for the fall semester. To recognize their academic achievement, North Dallas High School hosted a Red Carpet Awards Recognition on Jan. 12, which also the parent conference night. Honor students and their parents were invited to received the Academic Excellence Award certificate

Profile on Washington Nguyen Le

Grade: 12th College planning to attend and major: Texas A&M at College Station, nutrition science. School activities: cross country, wrestling and track My hobbies are: card games, video games and sports The three words people use to describe me are: positive, fast and smart I’m most proud of: being a Bulldog My favorite school subject

Profile on Sharae Campbell

Junior Sharae Campbell is one of the top players on the ND girls varsity basketball team. She leads the Lady Bulldogs in all major statistical categories, which include points (12.5), rebounds (4.0), assists (2.0) and minutes played (30.0). In a 56-45 loss to Thomas Jefferson on Friday, Campbell scored 33 points. “Sharae has been fantastic

Tale of two running backs

Despite missing nearly two games because of injury, ND junior Geovani Manning rushed for 1,393 yards and scored 14 touchdowns in 2014. The Bulldogs haven’t had a running back gain nearly 1,400 yards in a season since Geremy Alridge in 2010. “I wasn’t expecting that,” Manning said recently. “I owe it to the O-line. They

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,