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North Dallas senior Noel Lopez signs baseball letter of intent with DCC

Noel Lopez and his family, Dad David Lopez and Mom Eve Lopez and sister Elena Lopez and brother Leo Lopez.   North Dallas senior Noel Lopez signed a letter of intent Tuesday to play baseball at Dallas Christian College, a private four-year college in Farmers Branch. “I feel pretty good. It’s a big accomplishment,” said

Baseball star Christopher Xavien Shay succeeds on basketball, tennis courts

Christopher Xavien Shay goes up for a shot against Life School Oak Cliff.   According to his dad, Christopher Xavien Shay has wanted to play basketball. Now in his junior year at North Dallas, it was time to give it a try. Xavien, who was an all-District 12-5A pitcher on the baseball team last season, is a

Looking back: Hard slide leads to a hole in his pants for North Dallas pitcher

North Dallas baserunner Xavien Shay is safe at third base during an earlier game this past season. He played with a hole in his pants.   North Dallas pitcher/outfielder Xavien Shay was one of the top players on the Bulldogs baseball team this season.  But against R.L. Turner, he ran into a small problem.  He had

Carlos Lopez named district MVP; 10 North Dallas players, coach on all-district team

The Bulldogs in numerical order. Front row, from right to left: Adan Galvan (1), Noel Lopez (2), Marco Garcia (3), Xavien Shay (4), Luis Garcia (5), Christian Zuniga (6), Carlos Lopez (8); back row, from left: James Camacho (9), Deoin Medellin (10), Roberto Ramirez (11), Stephen Do (12), Mauro Rincon (16), Julian Canales (13), Jose

Despite series loss, ‘North Dallas is on the up and up’ — Wait until next season!

  You could see the frustration in their faces. The Bulldogs were giving their best, but it just wasn’t enough against Midlothian last Saturday. North Dallas’ district championship season ended in a lopsided loss. Midlothian opened their half of the first inning with five of the first six batters reaching base, on a single, double, walk,

Bulldogs winning with defense, prepare for Midlothian at 4 p.m. Friday

    North Dallas baseball coach Steven De La Cerda preaches defense and fundamentals, and the Bulldogs spend about “60 percent of practice” working on defense. “It’s everyday. Every single day, it’s the fundamentals. Every single day, it’s routines, fundamentals, fundamentals, fundamentals,” De La Cerda said recently. “And I tell the boys often, if you

Samanta Lopez handles the ‘learning curve’ as North Dallas team manager

  Before the start of the season, Samanta Lopez, the Bulldogs team manager, said she knew “a little bit” about the game of baseball. Now, after 20-plus games of working the scorebook or electronic tablet, she’s learned a lot about baseball. But is she ready to coach a game? “Not yet, the signs are still

Bulldogs get ready to play Midlothian on Friday at Oates Field

 [ Updated: Friday’s game is at 4 p.m.]  The journey for the North Dallas baseball team continues in a best-2-of-3 series against the Midlothian Panthers in the UIL Area playoffs. The Bulldogs are scheduled to play Midlothian at 4 p.m. Friday, May 11, in Game 1 at Johnny Oates Field in West Dallas. Game 2

North Dallas pitchers strike out 16, allow only 2 hits in 9-0 playoff victory

The Bulldogs are 17-5-2 overall after shutting out South Oak Cliff 9-0 in a UIL bidistrict game at Johnny Oates Field. North Dallas was originally scheduled to play a best 2-out-of-3 series against SOC but with the rainout Friday, the series was reduced to one game.     Three North Dallas pitchers combined on a