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North Dallas football players sign helmet, shoulder pads for injured Luis Rayas

Freshman Luis Rayas (31) shares a laugh with Jaylen Newhouse on the sidelines during the Bulldogs game against Carrollton Ranchview on Nov. 2.   North Dallas freshman Luis Rayas was injured Sept. 27 against the Carter Cowboys. He was trying to make a tackle, but he couldn’t get up or move after the play. He was taken

Q & A interview with Spike the Bulldog

Spike the Bulldog took a few minutes to conduct an interview during North Dallas’ final game against Carrollton Ranchview at Standridge Stadium.     Spike the Bulldog can often be found near the cheerleaders.   Spike the Bulldog roams the sidelines during the North Dallas football games.   Spike dances….  

Scenes from North Dallas’ season finale on Thursday

The Carrollton Ranchview players stood with the North Dallas players as the band played the school song after the game.   Cheerleader sponsor Tiffany Boren used her bandanna to hold her cellphone during the game. It worked.     As his band mates played behind him, Alan was focused on his homework during the game.

North Dallas hand out too many turnovers in season-ending loss

  North Dallas closed out the 2018 season with a loss to Carrollton Ranchview in a District 8-4A Division I game at Standridge Stadium in Carrollton. The Bulldogs were hampered by five turnovers, including three fumbles and two interceptions. Meanwhile, Ranchview had the edge in total offense with 435 yards, including 302 yards rushing, compared to

North Dallas special teams’ streak ends as Bulldogs fall in close one

  For the past two years, North Dallas’ special teams have not allowed a touchdown. That means opposing teams have not scored on a punt return or a kickoff return. That streak ended Friday night when the Pinkston’s only score came on a punt return, and with the two-point conversion, the Vikings held off North Dallas 8-6

North Dallas getting ready ‘to give a good show’ against Pinkston in Homecoming game

Quarterback Trent Heard is dropped for a short gain against Wilmer-Hutchins.   After Thursday’s loss, North Dallas Coach Fred Johnson has one thing on his mind: “On Monday, we’re getting ready for Pinkston and Homecoming.” The Bulldogs (2-5, 0-4) will play the Pinkston Vikings (3-4, 1-2) at 7:30 p.m. Friday in a District 8-4A Div. 1

As offensive line goes, so goes the North Dallas offense

Quarterback Trent Heard follows the blocking of the offensive line en route to the end zone.   After having a big game last week, North Dallas quarterback Travis Wilson gave credit to his teammates. “I couldn’t have done it without the line,” he said, after rushing for 216 yards, passing for 135 yards and scoring