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Doncic reacts to a foul called against him.

Mavs off to a fiery start

Astrid Custano, Staff Writer | November 19, 2023
It’s a strong start for The Dallas Mavericks this season. At press time they are second in the Western Conference of the NBA. Although it is the start of a new season, the Mavs have had their strongest start in two decades. With highly intense games and just two losses against the Denver Nuggets and the...
A Rangers flag is flown in celebration at their World Series victory parade in Arlington.

North Texas welcomes Rangers home

Astrid Custano, Staff Writer | November 18, 2023
The Texas Rangers wiped out the Arizona Diamondbacks and became World Series champions on Nov. 1. This is their first World Series title in their 63-year franchise history. Once the trophy had been hefted skyward, it was time to celebrate the Rangers big win in Arlington. An estimated 500,000 to 700,000 fans gathered and encircled the Arlington Entertainment District...
Rangers cap season with a championship

Rangers cap season with a championship

Xavi Villarreal, Staff Writer | November 17, 2023
Sixty three years after the foundation of the team, 53 years after its relocation to Arlington, the wait is finally over. The Texas Rangers are world champions. After a very dramatic season, the Rangers managed to sneak their way into the playoffs...
Champions once again

Champions once again

Chase Upton, Staff Writer | November 16, 2023
The Richland men’s soccer team won its sixth straight national title Sunday night in Gastonia, North Carolina. They defeated third-seeded Mohawk Valley Community College 4-0 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III National Championship...
Red Bull mechanics work on driver Sergio Perezs car during the Qatar Formula 1 Grand Prix auto race in Lusail.

Formula 1 back in the States

Xavi Villarreal, Staff Writer | November 4, 2023
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen claimed the checkered flag for a record-tying 15th win this season on Oct. 22. Despite having officially clinched the Drivers Championship in Qatar, the Dutch driver refuses to let other drivers get an easy win. As usual, the U.S. Grand Prix was one of the best of the year, providing amazing battles between the 20 drivers in the grid. McLaren driver Lando Norris found himself leading...
Streak ends but Elliott continues to impress

Streak ends but Elliott continues to impress

Xavi Villarreal, Staff Writer | November 2, 2023
Friday the 13th is seen worldwide as a day for bad luck. Unfortunately, some of that bad luck fell on the T-Ducks as the women’s soccer team faced Dallas College Brookhaven Bears. The match was an extremely exciting one on paper since it featured the No. 2 and No. 3 ranked teams in the nation and watching the game did not disappoint...
Rangers celebrate beating the Houston Astros in game seven of the ALCS, advancing to their first World Series in 12 years.

Take us out to the ballgame

Xavi Villarreal, Staff Writer | November 1, 2023

It finally happened! After 12 long years the Texas Rangers are back in the World Series. The Rangers faced off against the defending World Series champions Houston Astros in one of the most exciting baseball series, which had even non-baseball...

Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Dak Prescott on the bench during the losing effort against the San Francisco 49ers.

Super Bowl or bust: The Cowboys’ dilemma

Xavier Villarreal, Staff Writer | October 28, 2023
The Dallas Cowboys went into their sixth game of the season against the Los Angeles Chargers with a 3-2 record. At press time find themselves in second place of the NFC East as well as seventh in the NFC. The Cowboys’ first five games left fans with more questions than answers...
Tennis Club stages a spontaneous comeback

Tennis Club stages a spontaneous comeback

Tracey Nicholas, Staff Writer | October 16, 2023
Dallas College Richland Campus has witnessed a triumphant revival of its tennis club. Thanks to the determined efforts of three dedicated students, Philip Mai, Emily Bennett and Nicholas Mejia, tennis is back at Richland, and it’s better than ever. They are determined to rekindle the love for tennis on campus. For those who have been on campus for a while, memories of the tennis club pre-COVID-19 are still vivid...
T-Duck women beat the Suns 3-1 in soccer

T-Duck women beat the Suns 3-1 in soccer

Chase Upton, Staff Writer | October 5, 2023
Dallas College Richland’s No. 5 nationally ranked women’s soccer team came into its game Sept. 15, looking to start the Dallas Athletic Conference schedule with a bang. That’s exactly what the Thunderducks did, defeating host Dallas College Cedar Valley 3-1, thanks in large part...
Richland head basketball coach Joh Havens, center, directs his players during a recent practice.

Coach Havens prepares for basketball season

Alaejah Reed, Staff Writer | September 21, 2023
As the school year kicks into gear, sports are in full swing. Head coach Jon Havens is coming into the 2023-2024 basketball season with five regular season conference championships, as well as four national tournament appearances in his nine-year coaching stint at the Richland Campus of Dallas College.
T-Ducks still the soccer team to beat

T-Ducks still the soccer team to beat

Xavier Villarreal, Staff Writer | September 20, 2023
Everyone knows the most difficult thing about being a champion is to defend your title. However, Dallas College Richland Campus men’s soccer team makes it look easy with how they have been playing lately. The Thunderducks have once again topped the NJCAA Div. III rankings while they continue on their quest to winning their sixth title in a row, making it 11 national championship wins.
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