North Dallas Boys Junior Varsity Football

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Chantlor Dorsey, QB for the junior varsity, plays a different position on Friday nights

Chantlor Dorsey keeps the footballs for the referee on the North Dallas sidelines. If you look closely at the ball, it says “ND” on the football.   Freshman Chantlor Dorsey plays quarterback for the junior varsity but on Friday nights, he keeps the game balls for the referees. He follows the referees up and down the sidelines throughout

QB had a ‘blast’ in win last week; North Dallas junior varsity plays tonight

Bulldogs Offensive coordinator Byron Boyd goes over the plays with junior varsity quarterback Alex Flores.   The North Dallas junior varsity is 1-1 this season after a 34-0 victory over Carter-Riverside last week. The Bulldogs junior varsity plays at Life School Oak Cliff at 6 p.m. Thursday. Quarterback Alex Flores had a lot to say about

Bulldogs junior varsity offense shows signs of scoring capability

North Dallas rusher J’Von Hanson takes off down the sideline as a Sunset defender approaches in last week’s scrimmage.   North Dallas’ junior varsity participated in last week’s scrimmage against Maypearl and Sunset. The Bulldogs had several scoring opportunities, including a touchdown pass from Alex Quiroz to Connor Wester, during the scrimmage. The Bulldogs JV

Vote for North Dallas’ James Crayton for Subway’s Super Team

  North Dallas senior linebacker James Crayton needs your vote. Once a day but every day. Until December 31. Out of nearly 3,000 nominations submitted, Crayton is on the list of 300 players who appear on the official ballot for the Subway Super Team. Sponsored by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and Subway, it’s up to

Former ND kicker Juan Carpio earns first-team all-conference honors

  During his freshman season at Langston University, Juan Carpio’s daily routine included getting up at 4:45 a.m. to be on the practice field at 5:15 a.m. Practice lasted until 7:30 a.m., and was followed by a shower, breakfast and then classes. Afternoon practice began at 4 p.m., and consistly mostly of meetings until 6

Eight questions with North Dallas QB KaVonn Price

      Last season, North Dallas High sophomore quarterback KaVonn Price handed the ball off to senior super back Geo Manning, who rushed for 1,950 yards. This season, and without Manning, the offense centered on Price, now a junior. He was involved in most of the Bulldogs’ offensive plays this season. Besides leading the

Senior Class holds tailgate party at Franklin Field

The North Dallas High Senior Class held a tailgate party to highlight the end the football season last Friday at Franklin Field. The North Dallas Booster Club provided some supplies and assistance. The cheerleaders and Vikingettes were on hand at the tailgate party.        

Bulldogs lose the game but score a TD against Woodrow

North Dallas lost the game but the Bulldogs did something that only one other team in District 12-5A could do against Woodrow Wilson, and that was score a touchdown. Woodrow had posted wins of 56-0 over Molina, then 48-0 over Seagoville, 78-0 over Adamson, 41-8 over Bryan Adams and a 86-0 win over Sunset just last

North Dallas seniors gear up for season finale

  Last week was Senior Night but for six North Dallas  football players, tonight is the final game of their high school careers. The six — James Crayton, Paul Gandara, Jose “Lupe” Llamas, Donald Moore, Aldin Morris and Luis Martinez — will lead the Bulldogs as they play District 12-5A leader Woodrow Wilson at 7:30 p.m. at

Meet North Dallas senior Paul Gandara

  By Evelyn James North Dallas High senior Paul Gandara has been described by his teachers as a hard-working individual who takes care of his school work and is also willing to help classmates. Paul is respectful and is just an all-around great kid to have in the classroom. Paul and the Bulldogs play Woodrow