The Vikingettes perform a dance routine in the stands at last Friday’s game. Vikingettes Captain Elpidia Nabor leads the group. The Vikingettes use their pom-poms as part of the routine. The Vikingettes are led by director Devondria Douglas and assistant director Daisy Rivera. Lt. Kida Pen delivers a final
Bulldogs News · Bulldogs get ready for Diamond Hill-Jarvis: Coach Estes says we’re ‘always striving to be better’
North Dallas Coach Bobby Estes yells instructions to the players. Assistant Coach Elijah Perez heads back to the sidelines. After watching the game film from last week, North Dallas Coach Bobby Estes was pleased with the second-half effort. Tied 14-14 at halftime, the Bulldogs outscored TJ 28-7 in the second half. “The film was OK.
Bulldogs News · North Dallas JROTC presents the flags at football game
The North Dallas JROTC presented the flags on Friday at Loos Complex. The Bulldogs salute the flags. The North Dallas JROTC exit the field after presenting the flags. The JROTC cadets include Arturo Hernandez, Jose Sillas, Jason McIntosh and Jesus Moreno. Sgt. Marion Nicholson and the JROTC cadets relax after their presentation.
Bulldogs News · North Dallas cheerleaders lead the support: ‘Bulldogs, here we go. Let’s go Bulldogs”
The varsity cheerleaders include (front, from left) Jacqueline Briones, Thi Le, and Grasiela Campuzano; (Back, from left) Cristina Bustamante, Linda Rico, Coach Tiffany Boren, Captain Nayeli Rico-Bisagra, and Viridiana Rico The junior varsity cheerleaders include (from left) Emily Gallegos, Elizabeth Martinez, Mercedes Jones, Spike the Bulldog, Summer Flores, Govanna Esquivel and Laura
Boys Varsity Football · A funny moment when the banner stopped the Bulldogs QB on the field
The Bulldogs line up behind the cheerleaders’ banner in the season opener against TJ at Loos Complex. The Bulldogs burst through the paper banner in spectacular fashion. But QB Alex Flores (3) gets caught up by the paper. The Bulldogs charge across the field… but can Alex see where he’s going? Oh, there’s
Bulldogs News · Spike the Bulldog mascot draws young fans in the stands
Spike the Bulldog mascot moved around the stadium to take photos with young fans during the Bulldogs game last Friday at Loos Complex. Spike has his photo taken with a young fan. Spike and a young fan smile for the photo. Earlier in the game, Spike dances on the sidelines.
North Dallas’ Vikingettes performed a flawless routine at halftime at Friday’s game — even without the music. Dancing their high kicks to “Funkytown,” the Vikingettes were going performing smoothly until the music stopped with 34 seconds left in the routine. But the girls didn’t stop, and they completed the show. “I am extremely proud of
Boys Varsity Football · Alex Flores and Tre Shaw lead the offense in Bulldogs’ opening win
Alex Flores (3) and Tre Shaw (2) walk off the field after Tre converted the 2-point conversion. North Dallas fans saw the emergence of two young players — quarterback Alex Flores and Tre Shaw — in Friday’s 42-21 win over Thomas Jefferson. Tre had 244 yards rushing on 25 carries and scored two touchdowns. Alex
Bulldogs News · Bulldogs’ aggressive defense plays tough in opening win
The Bulldogs defense converges on the TJ ball carrier. North Dallas’ defense was very aggressive in controlling Thomas Jefferson’s offense in the Bulldogs’ 42-21 win Friday night at Loos Complex. The Bulldogs limited TJ to 196 yards in total offense, allowing 138 yards passing and 58 yards rushing on 22 attempts, according to The
UPDATE. 1:15 p.m.. Monday: The attached flyer says 7 p.m. but Coach Estes said it starts at 6:30 p.m. North Dallas will host an opportunity for parents to “Meet the Coaches” at North Dallas High School, starting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the school auditorium. Parents will be able to ask questions about current sports as well