North Dallas Boys Varsity Basketball

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North Dallas gets ready for ‘fun, fast, exciting’ season, plays at Woodrow in opener

Point guard Quincy Smith will be directing the Bulldogs’ offense.   North Dallas Coach Jeremy Mason likes his basketball team. He really likes this year’s group of Bulldogs. Asked to describe this year’s team, he said, “Fun, fast, exciting to watch, defend, get out and try to get as many layups as we can. I really

North Dallas plays well in basketball scrimmage against Molina

Joseph Oluwayemi (25) looks to pass on the offensive end in a scrimmage against Molina.   The North Dallas boys basketball team played well in a scrimmage game Monday night at Molina High School. North Dallas Coach Jeremy Mason ran several lineups during the scrimmage against Molina. The Bulldogs’ defense played well making steals and stops.

North Dallas boys basketball team begins practice for upcoming season

  Boys basketball coach Jeremy Mason begins his second season as the Bulldogs’ head coach. The Bulldogs basketball team began workouts Wednesday for the season ahead. Their first scrimmage is Nov. 11 at Molina High School.                   ndhsbulldogathletics.com is a North Dallas High School Booster Club website.

North Dallas’ Matthew Baker, Larry Dorn earn spots on All-District 12-4A first team

Senior Matthew Baker earned a first team spot on the All-District 12-4A basketball team.   North Dallas placed two players on the All-District 12-4A basketball team this season. Senior Matthew Baker and junior Larry Dorn earned spots on the all-district first team, while junior Chandler Deveaux and senior Vernell Lee earned spots on the all-district

Three North Dallas basketball seniors honored: ‘We’re going to miss them’

Mother Titiq Shelvy (left) and Katina Overton walk with senior Jah’Ques Shelvy.   Coaches Eric Gracia and Jeremy Mason walk with senior Matthew Baker.   The North Dallas boys basketball team didn’t win many games this season, but Coach Jeremy Mason still praised his eight hard-working, nonstop players. “The best group of kids I’ve ever

North Dallas boys basketball team starts final week with ‘Senior Night’

Matthew Baker drives to the basket against Roosevelt.   North Dallas’ boys basketball team will be celebrating “Senior Night” during a pregame ceremony before the Bulldogs play the Pinkston Vikings at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cobb Field House. The junior varsity game starts at 6 p.m. This year’s group of seniors includes Matthew Baker, Jah’Ques Shelvy and

Daddy’s daughter lends support at North Dallas boys basketball game

North Dallas boys basketball coach Jeremy Mason was joined by his daughter Jae, 5, at Saturday’s boys basketball game against the Roosevelt Mustangs.   Jae seems to be trying to get her dad’s attention, as coach Eric Gracia (left) and her daddy, Jeremy Mason, watch the Bulldogs play. Maybe she has a play a mind.  

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,