North Dallas Boys Varsity Cross Country

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North Dallas student profile: Sonnie Mathis, cross country runner and soccer player

Sonnie Mathis receives his medal after placing fourth at the district meet at Norbuck Park.   Senior Sonnie Mathis is one of the outstanding athletes at North Dallas High School. Sonnie competes in cross country and soccer. He also plays club soccer as well. Sonnie was the top boys runner this season, finishing fourth in

North Dallas cross country teams compete at regional meet

The North Dallas boys and girls cross country teams.   The North Dallas cross country teams participated in the Region II meet at Jesse Owens Memorial Complex. The boys team finished 23rd, and was led by Sonnie Mathis, who finished in 19:00 for 101st place, and Sergio Cibrian, who finished in 19:09 and 106th place.

Video: Looking back at North Dallas’ cross country success at district

    Sergio Cibrian and Sonnie Mathis   After finishing sixth in the District 12-4A cross country meet, North Dallas runner Sergio Cibrian said he dedicated his race to his coach, Troy Power, because of his coach’s support and faith this season. “I’m doing this for him because he supported me every day to do this,”

Sergio Cibrian, Yomara Gutierrez lead North Dallas runners

Here are the results from the Birdville Flyin’ Hawks Meet on Saturday at Tarrant County College Northeast campus. Varsity Sergio Cibrian 21:13 Alexis Galindo 23:03 Julian Canales 25:54 Christopher Shay 27:41 Alejandro Macias 28:30 JV Benito Lozano 27:12 Ibn Rasool 33:38 Girls Varsity Yomara Gutierrez 15:19 Xya Balderas 16:09 Pilar Pineda 17:05 Iliana Morfin 17:06

North Dallas coach sees potential with runners Sergio Cibrian and Sonnie Mathis

Sergio Cibrian crosses the finish line for North Dallas.   Sonnie Mathis makes the final turn toward the finish line.   Saturday’s meet was the one that North Dallas Coach Troy Power was waiting for. He finally had Sergio Cibrian and Sonnie Mathis running together at the Conrad Classic for the first time this season. Sonnie

Cross country works for North Dallas senior Yanely Martinez

Yanely Martinez makes the leap over the haystack in the first meet at Norbuck Park.   Running cross country helps North Dallas senior Yanely Martinez in so many ways. “At first, I was really nervous because it was my first year,” said Yanely, who has been running for four years. “But after that, it became

North Dallas cross country runners compete at Lake Highlands meet

Sergio Cibrian had the top boys time on Saturday, finishing in 21.29.     The North Dallas cross country team participated in the Lake Highlands meet on Saturday at Norbuck Park. The Bulldogs runners ran a three-mile course, which is the site for the district meet in October. North Dallas will head to the Seagoville meet

North Dallas runners go ‘ninja’ at cross country meet

While waiting to race Saturday at the DCA meet at the Jesse Owens Complex, the North Dallas cross country members played a game called “Ninja.” The game involves a lot of hand-eye coordination and looks really interesting. Take a look at the video. The North Dallas girls team took first place in the Class 4A

North Dallas girls take 1st, and boys take 3rd: ‘Obviously, we’re getting better.’

  The boys varsity included (front row, from left) Julian Canales, Xavien Shay, and Sergio Cibrian; (back row, Bilal Rasool, Coach Troy Power, Alexis Galindo and Celis Ordonez.   Hot weather and the course hills posed definite challenges for the North Dallas cross country runners on Saturday at the DCA meet at Jesse Owens Complex.

North Dallas runners head to DCA meet on Saturday

The girls team includes (front row, from left) Alexis Castilleja, Yanely Martinez, and Mari Garcia; (second row, from left) Anahi Hurtado, Marcilena Cedillo, Ruby Gutierrez, Lauren Garcia, Tina Nguyen, Yomarra, Gutierrez, and Pureza Murillo     The boys runners include (from left) Sergio Cibrian, Sonnie Mathis, Celis Ordonez, Adan Galvan, Julian Canales, Bilal Rasool and