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North Dallas ‘played really hard’ but Carter escaped with win

The Bulldogs battle against Carter’s big man in the middle.   North Dallas Coach Jeremy Mason was proud of his boys despite the District 12-4A loss to the Carter Cowboys on Thursday at Ellis-Davis Field House. “I think that we played really hard. I really believe that,” Mason said. “Carter is a juggernaut. They’re pretty

Bulldogs take control in 70-61 win over Sunset

Chandler Deveax goes up for a layup against Sunset.   After leading by 20 points at halftime, North Dallas held on for a 70-61 win after Sunset made a second-half rally in a nondistrict game Wednesday at Ellis-Davis Field House. Sunset cut the North Dallas lead to six at 67-61 with 1:05 left. But the Bulldogs maintained control

Larry Dorn’s dunk pumps up the North Dallas crowd; Bulldogs face BA next

North Dallas guard Larry Dorn dribbles upcourt at Life Oak Cliff on Friday.   North Dallas guard Larry Dorn got the pass in the corner. He was all alone. He dribbled down the baseline toward the basket and then went up for the dunk against Life Oak Cliff. Larry laid down the dunk with authority,

Life Oak Cliff scores in final seconds to hand Bulldogs heart-breaking loss

Chandler Deveaux goes up for a layup against Life Oak Cliff.   [UPDATE: North Dallas plays at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Bryan Adams. ] In a see-saw game, North Dallas took a 1-point lead over Life Oak Cliff with a little under two minutes to play on a monster dunk by Larry Dorn. Then the

North Dallas’ versatile Larry Dorn has high hopes for this season

The Bulldogs’ Larry Dorn defends against Parish Episcopal.   North Dallas basketball player Larry Dorn has lofty goals for this season. “My goal is make it to the state playoffs and go undefeated,” he said last week. The Bulldogs are in a new, tough District 12-4A with the likes of Lincoln, Carter, Roosevelt and Wilmer-Hutchins. Advancing

Rim Kings, led by North Dallas players, post first tournament victory

The Rim Kings celebrate their first tournament win over the weekend. The boys include (from left) Vernell Lee, Jorge Villalobos, Deavion Hernandez, Ja’Qualin Gabay, Joshua Jones, Trent Heard and Ciniqué Lampkin.   The Rim Kings, an AAU basketball team coached by North Dallas High parent Mickel Lampkin, took their first tournament win on Saturday at Fieldhouse

Several North Dallas basketball players take on ‘challenge’ of AAU competition

Coach Mickel Lampkin talks to Trent Heard during practice at Spence Middle School.   Summer basketball is an opportunity to work on fundamentals and prepare for the next season. Coach Mickel Lampkin runs a 9th-grade team and a 10-grade team called the Rim Kings, who play in an AAU league. In his third season, Lampkin said

North Dallas guard Matthew Baker named to District 12-5A first team

  North Dallas point guard Matthew Baker was named to the All-District 12-5A first team, and wing Christian Armstrong was named to the All-District 12-5A second team. What’s unbelieveable is that Matthew came off the bench, and still earned a first team selection. “He was the one player throughout district play, he was consistent, never missed

North Dallas sophomore Nate Chambers: I want to ‘contribute as much as I can.’

  Nathaniel Chambers didn’t play basketball in middle school. In fact, he said he was cut from the eighth-grade team at Triple A Academy in Oak Cliff. This season, Nate is thriving on the North Dallas varsity basketball team. “It’s going pretty well,” Nate said recently. “It’s my first time to be playing at a

North Dallas boys, girls capture basketball victories over BA

After missing the last 10 games because of injury, Jakolby Flemings came back in a big way, scoring 24 points in leading North Dallas to a 43-31 victory over Bryan Adams on Tuesday in a District 12-5A game at Cobb Field House. Matthew Baker scored at the buzzer to give the North Dallas boys team a