North Dallas Girls Varsity Basketball

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New girls varsity coach Eric Gracia says Lady Bulldogs will be ‘a scrappy and aggressive team that competes every day’

Basketball assistant Eric Gracia is moving from the boys team to the girls varsity team. “We’ve gone from having six girls in the program to having 28 girls express interest in tryouts/practices,” he said.   Taking over as the North Dallas girls varsity basketball coach, Eric Gracia has high hopes: “We’ve got some impressive underclassmen

Lady Bulldogs’ starting five earn spots on All-District 12-4A team

Jakolby Fleming earned first team all-district honors.   SaNiya Lampkin earned first team all-district honors.   Seniors SaNiya Lampkin and Jakolby Fleming earned first team All-District 12-4A honors for girls basketball this season. SaNiya and Jakolby were the Lady Bulldogs’ leading scorers this past season.  North Dallas went 5-7 and finished in fifth place in

North Dallas senior SaNiya Lampkin is moving on to next level: ‘I am very excited for the opportunity.’.

North Dallas senior SaNiya Lampkin poses with Coaches John Edwards (back, left) and Natoscha Golightly (right) and her North Dallas teammates.  (Photos by Ernest Cerda)   North Dallas Principal Katherine Eska and Athletic Coordinator Brian Barnett stand with SaNiya Lampkin.   North Dallas senior SaNiya Lampkin will be taking her basketball talents to Grayson College this fall,

Lady Bulldogs’ first season in Class 4A ends

North Dallas coach John Edwards goes over plays with the girls.   The North Dallas Lady Bulldogs’ season came to a close Tuesday in a 61-25 loss to the Pinkston Vikings.  The Lady Bulldogs were playing without standout SaNiya Lampkin, who dislocated her shoulder in the previous game. North Dallas went 5-7 and in fifth

After loss to Roosevelt, Lady Bulldogs need win Tuesday to have shot at playoffs

SaNiya Lampkin goes up for a shot against Roosevelt on Saturday. SaNiya finished with two points against Roosevelt.   With time running out, North Dallas need a basket to tie the score against the Roosevelt Mustangs. But the Lady Bulldogs just couldn’t buy a basket. They had several chances, but the ball just wouldn’t go

Lady Bulldogs run ‘into a three-pointarama’ and that ‘hurt us’

Jakolby Fleming goes up for a shot against Carter. Jakolby finished with 16 points.   A tale of two half halves. North Dallas was rolling in the first half but the Carter Cowboys controlled the second half en route to a 51-41 victory on Wednesday in a District 12-4A game at Ellis Davis Field House.

North Dallas coach ‘proud’ of his Lady Bulldogs despite district loss

SaNiya Lampkin, who led all scorers with 19 points, hits a jumper at the end of the game.   Despite a 69-41 loss to the Lincoln Lady Tigers, North Dallas Coach John Edwards said he was pleased with his team’s effort Saturday at Cobb Field House. “We scored 41 points against a really good team,”

SaNiya Lampkin, Lady Bulldogs face first-place Lincoln on Saturday

SaNiya Lampkin scored 29 points in the Lady Bulldogs’ district win over Hillcrest. The Lady Bulldogs play Lincoln next.   North Dallas’ SaNiya Lampkin is coming off one of her best games this season, scoring 29 points and grabbing eight rebounds in Wednesday’s 54-38 win over Hillcrest. SaNiya and the Lady Bulldogs are now 3-0 in

Lady Bulldogs raise district record to 2-0 after recent win

North Dallas’ SaNiya Lampkin swats away a Carter shot.   Jakolby Fleming scored eight straight points in the third quarter as the North Dallas Lady Bulldogs pulled away for a 36-27 win over the Carter Cowboys on Wednesday at Cobb Field House. With the win, the Lady Bulldogs are now 2-0 in District 12-4A play.

Lady Bulldogs get off to fast start in 51-23 victory in district opener

Jakolby Fleming scored 26 points in the win over Wilmer-Hutchins.   After leading by three points at halftime, the North Dallas Lady Bulldogs turned up the defense in the second half en route to a 51-23 win over Wilmer-Hutchins in a District 12-4A opener at Wilmer-Hutchins gym. Jakolby Fleming scored 26 points and six steals, and