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Jayla McIntosh, Ladaysha Robinson lead North Dallas girls to third place at All City Meet

Jayla McIntosh takes first place in the 165-weight class at the All City Meet Saturday at Adamson High School.   For North Dallas wrestlers Jayla McIntosh and Ladaysha Robinson, meeting in the final of the 165-pound weight class on Saturday at the All City Meet was similar to practice. Jayla had the upper hand in

Lady Bulldogs earn medals at Conrad wrestling meet

Ladaysha Robinson won her match over a Samuel wrestler en route to the 165-pound final.   On paper, it appeared that North Dallas teammates Jayla McIntosh and Ladaysha Robinson might face each other in the 165-pound final on Saturday at the Conrad wrestling meet. But the state qualifer from Kimball foiled that thought. Jayla lost

North Dallas’ Jeremiah Cooper takes aim at district: ‘Trying to go to state’

  North Dallas senior Jeremiah Cooper has a favorite saying that he carries with him into every match. The words give him the strength to do his best. “I say to myself, ‘I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,’” Jeremiah said recently. “It pushes me to go forward, strives me to do

North Dallas High wrestling team heads to SGP meet

For the North Dallas wrestling team, it was back to workouts and training on Monday for the upcoming wrestling season. The team’s workout included hitting the weight room, then the stairs — going up and down three flights — in the building, followed by duck walks. The food and enjoyment of Thanksgiving break was coming out

North Dallas’ young wrestlers get mat experience

    Sophomore Tom Noeun is tall and lanky, but on the wrestling mat, he’s a fighter. Noeun is competing for the first time on the North Dallas wrestling team. He won his first two matches at the Dallas ISD Rookie Takedown on Saturday at Wilmer-Hutchins High School. “You can’t judge a book by it’s

North Dallas wrestlers open season this weekend

Coach Alvin “Cowboy” Roberson, in his first year with the North Dallas wrestling team, knows about the team’s tradition. “My expectations are always to win, go beyond regionals and get to state. That’s my expectations,” he said at Monday’s practice. “This team that I inherited is new, but it’s a tradition here. So I know

State title bids fall short for Tinajero, Contreras

Going back to the UIL State Wrestling Championships for the second time was supposed to be better, but not for North Dallas seniors Alejandra Tinajero and Kaitlyn Contreras. Tinajero and Contreras both lost their first-round match Friday, then won their second match but dropped their third match. Their season was over at the Cy-Fairbank ISD’s

Contreras, Tinajero go after state wrestling titles

Kaitlyn Contreras and Alejandra Tinajero are heading back to the state meet Friday and Saturday at the Berry Center in Cypress, near Houston. Last year, Contreras finished third in the 148-pound division and Tinajero competed in the 185-pound division but did not place at the state meet in Garland. “I get to go to state

Kaitlyn Contreras, Alejandra Tinajero heading to state

North Dallas senior Kaitlyn Contreras won the 148-pound division this weekend at the UIL 5A Region II meet at Frisco Liberty High School, and will advance to the UIL wrestling state meet on Friday and Saturday at the Berry Center in Cy Fair, Texas. Contreras defeated  Kierra Williams of Frisco High School, pinning her at

North Dallas sending 11 wrestlers to regionals

The North Dallas wrestling team will be sending 11 boys and girls to the UIL regional competition Friday and Saturday at Frisco Liberty High school. Competing for the girls will be Mona Nguyen (102), Mary Valdivia  (110), Pilar Pineda (119), Kaitlyn Contreras  (148) and Alejandra Tinajero (185). Competing for the boys will be Philip Ngo  (113), Jeremiah Cooper (126), Zachary Smith (138), Israel Juarez