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EASTLAKE—Outside of conference play, North and Kenston aren’t true rivals but the Rangers won’t soon forget the one-point loss to the Bombers in the 2018 district championship game. That stinging defeat has inspired the Rangers to always bring their best when facing the Bombers and Saturday’s showdown at North was no different. Despite Kenston draining

Rangers bounce back with win over Beaumont

North followed up a stinging loss to Canton GlenOak on Saturday with a 64-56 win over Beaumont in the Northeast Ohio Youth Elite Christmas Classic at Garfield Heights High School on Sunday. Sunday’s game was the second time the Rangers have played back-to-back games on a Saturday and Sunday, with one more long weekend remaining.

North’s Meros, Davis earn runner-up finishes at Rebel Invitational

WILLOUGHBY–North juniors Gabriel Meros and Joey Davis both earned second-place finishes to help the Rangers finish sixth as a team at the 2019 Rebel Invitational on Saturday. Freshman Derick Martinez and sophomore Eric Hiser also finished among the top four for the Rangers. “As a team, I was happy with our performance,” North coach Anthony

Rangers break school record at Viking Invite

The North Rangers swim team competed well at this weekends Viking Invitational at Cleveland State University on Saturday Dec 21st. The team had 17 swimmers qualify; 6 for the A cut and 11 for the B meet. Many personal best times were swam, and the teams overall times were ahead of pace for this early

Chardon overcomes adversity in win at North

EASTLAKE—Despite watching most of the first half from the bench due to early foul trouble, Brady Toth scored a game-high 22 points to lead Chardon to a 78-65 win at North on Friday. Toth drained two 3-pointers and a field goal in the first quarter but picked up his third foul with 7:19 remaining in

Rangers place 7th at Riverside Rumble

Five North wrestlers earned a spot on the podium to help the Rangers finish seventh as a team at the 2019 Riverside Rumble over the weekend. “Overall, I think we wrestled well,” North coach Anthony Grim said. “We have a pretty young squad this year and our numbers are kind of hurting with the levy

Rangers edge Panthers

In a rematch of last winter’s Perry District championship game, North edged visiting Euclid on Saturday, 57-49. The Panthers led at halftime, 23-22, forcing the Rangers to pull away in the second half for their sixth win of the season. “These kinds of games are why we are playing the out of conference schedule we

Rangers remain focused

Starting the season without a returning starter and only two players with varsity experience wasn’t an ideal situation for the North boys’ basketball team but it also provided an opportunity for the Rangers. Despite an 0-4 start, head coach Rob Koelling has been encouraged by the competition he has seen on the practice court and

North beats Mayfield, avenges last season’s lone WRC loss

EASTLAKE—It wouldn’t be accurate to say North was solely focused on beating Mayfield to avenge last season’s three-point loss to the Wildcats that spoiled the Rangers’ perfect conference record. It also wouldn’t be accurate to say the Rangers had completely forgotten about the upset loss before they went out and beat the visiting Wildcats on

Rangers use second-half run to pull away from Madison

North outscored Madison in the third quarter, 20-4 to pull away from the Blue Streaks in a Western Reserve Conference win on Saturday, 63-32. The Rangers, who improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the WRC, led at halftime, 31-23. “We talked about defensive focus and effort at halftime and were able to show a