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North Dallas junior running back Geovani Manning scores on a 63-yard run against Bryan Adams on Thursday at Forester Field. Manning finished with 122 yards on 25 carries but ND loses 42-14. (Photo by Ray Salinas)
The girls cross country runners include, front row, from left: Sharae Campbell, Emily Pina, Karen Guerrero, Melissa Calderon and Esmeralda Cuevas.
Bulldogs head to district
The North Dallas cross county teams will compete in the District 11-5A meet at 9 a.m. Friday at Norbuck Park.
In his second year as the cross country coach, coach Troy Power is proud of his runners’ enthusiasm. He has several runners who get up before school to go run, and then go to practice at school after that.
He said some runners have already been asking about working out after the season.
Power said the Bulldogs have a good shot of doing well at district.
The boys runners include, from left: Washington Le, Alex Nino, Josue Santamaria, Abel Gonzalez, Victor Salas and Christian Cantu.
ND's athletic trainer Micaela Lozano tends to a Bulldog player during an earlier game this season. Ms. Lozano says she is inspired by the student-athletes, and she wants to do her job for them "better and better every day."
Meet Micaela Lozano,
ND's athletic trainer
I live in: the Dallas area
College attended: Marquette University, undergrad; Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology;
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, grad school Master’s of Athletic Training
Community activities: Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Catholic Charities
My hobbies are: running, reading, sports (watching and participating)
I'm most proud of: Having accomplished my dreams of being an athletic trainer from a collegiate Division 1 level and now within a high school atmosphere where I can impact student-athletes lives in a positive way.
The best book I ever read was: not sure I could pick a favorite. I like mysteries I can actively engage in and solve!
I get inspiration from: my student-athletes. They make me want to come into work and do my job for them better and better every day.
My favorite musical artist is: No Doubt
My favorite movie is: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
The best advice I ever received was: My Dad taught me a long time ago that anything worth doing is worth doing 100 percent, so I strive to make sure I’m just as hard of a worker as he has always been.
If I could travel anywhere, I would go: Europe, but flying over water scares me so that may take a while.
How long have you been at ND? Since Dec. 17 2013
What teams do you work with? All of them!
How many schools in DISD have a trainer? All 22 high schools within the DISD now have athletic trainers.
As trainer, how many sporting events do you go to per week? Depending on the season and what sports are active, between 2 to 5.
What are the top three most common injuries that you see at the school? Sprained ankles, patellofemoral issues, and varieties of bumps and bruises.
What advice would you give to a student who wanted to become a trainer? Get ready to work really hard on most nights, weekends and holidays. But the end result of healthy student-athletes winning their sporting events is worth it.
What do you enjoy most about ND? I enjoy the variety of students that we have here at North Dallas, and watching how all those students can join a single team or club with so many personalities and become great friends and people together.
Orange & White on Oct. 29
This year's Orange & White basketball preview will begin at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, in the North Dallas High boys gym. Admission is free for students. The event will feature the boys and girls teams competing in skills contests, such as the 3-point shooting contest, followed by a scrimmage between the varsity players and the junior varsity players.
We'll also have two $50 Half-Court shots. Cost for the half-court shot is $2 for one shot or $5 for three shots. Buy your tickets at the event.
Mark your calendars — you don't want to miss this event.
Lady Bulldogs wear pink
Volleyball coach Alana Cummings and her players participated in the Susan G. Komen 5K run/walk at NorthPark on Saturday. The team walked in support of a volleyball player's mom.
Iesha Hunt (3) is a senior on this year's volleyball team.
Profile on Iesha Hunt,
College planning/hoping to attend: University of North Texas in Denton
School activities: volleyball, basketball and track
My hobbies are: sports
Three words people use to describe me are: leader, aggressive and hard worker
I'm most proud of: my success
My favorite school subject is: math
My favorite movie is: “Madea Goes to Jail”
My favorite musical artist is: Chris Brown
I wish I knew how to: write my own songs
If I could travel anywhere, I would go: Missouri
The best advice I ever received was: keep my mind strong
One thing people don’t know about me is: I can sing
What sports and position do you play at ND: volleyball, libero; basketball, point guard; track, relays and 200 meters
I enjoy playing sports for ND because: I truly believe that with the team I have on each sport we can make it to playoffs.
What I like best about North Dallas: the encouragement
If I could change one thing at ND, I would: change the way people show their personality
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