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Bulldogs celebrate Senior Night, look to clinch first playoff spot since 1952

Devion Long (1) drags a Pinkston defender for extra yards.   North Dallas has been looking forward to making the playoffs for a long time … well, since 1952. And the Bulldogs could do it tonight. North Dallas must beat the 0-3 Roosevelt Mustangs at 7 p.m. Thursday in a District8-4A, Division 1, game at Franklin Stadium.

North Dallas Bulldogs play Roosevelt next: A win and they’re in the playoffs!

Coach Bobby Estes talks to the football team after the win over Pinkston. With two games remaining, does North Dallas have a chance to make the UIL playoffs? YES, it does! The Bulldogs can make the UIL playoffs with a win over the Roosevelt on Thursday at Franklin Stadium. Game time is 7 p.m. Tickets

North Dallas QB Devion Long scores twice in Bulldogs’ first win

The Bulldogs celebrate a 22-14 victory over Pinkston.   After losing to the top two teams in District 8-4A, Division I, North Dallas showed that it’s also a good football team in a 22-14 win over Pinkston Friday night at Kincaide Stadium. But the Bulldogs also paid a price in the win, losing several players to injury.

On the sidelines with the Bulldogs

Assistant Coach Elijah Perez checks in with the offensive line.   The North Dallas Bulldogs (0-3) will be looking for their first win when they plays the Pinkston Vikings (2-1) at 7:30 p.m. Friday in a District 8-4A, Div. 1, game at Kincaide Stadium. Tickets are only available in advance and can be purchased at The defensive line

North Dallas junior Eduardo Ramirez is at center of much-improved offensive line

Eduardo Ramirez (50) listens to the school song at the end of last week’s game against Wilmer-Hutchins.   Every week, North Dallas center Eduardo Ramirez has his hands full against opposing defenses. But the 5-10, 185-pound junior maintains his focus. “It’s pretty difficult,” he said last week about playing center position. “Because first you have

North Dallas scores early but Wilmer-Hutchins rallies for win

Running back DayShawn Rivers (5) glances back as he completes a 50-yard touchdown run. DayShawn finished the night with 119 rushing yards on 12 carries against Wilmer-Hutchins.   For the third consecutive game, North Dallas running back DayShawn Rivers rushed for over 100 yards, but it wasn’t enough as Wilmer-Hutchins rallied for a 28-7 win

Looking back at the Bulldogs’ game against Carter

Alex Flores (3) twists and turns as he attempts to catch a pass from QB Devion Long during last week’s game against Carter High School.  The Bulldogs face Wilmer-Hutchins at 7:3- p.m. Friday at Franklin Stadium in the Homecoming game. But he’s not able to grab the football. Damien Lopez (30) hits the Carter QB.