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Eastlake North Volleyball Team Camp (Grades 9-12)

Registration Form: HS Camp Flyer – Volleyball Or register and pay online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eastlake-north-volleyball-team-camp-grades-9-12-tickets-46022119398 Who: Grades 9-12 When: July 16-19, 2018 8:30am – 3:30pm Bring a lunch Each Day Where: Eastlake North High School Cost: $40 (Includes T-Shirt) Camp will be run by Varsity Coach Samantha Muzic and the North Volleyball Coaching Staff Please make

Eastlake North Volleyball Youth Camp (Grades 4-8)

Registration Form: Youth Camp Flyer – Volleyball Or register and pay online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eastlake-north-volleyball-youth-camp-grades-4-8-tickets-46022499535   Who: Grades 4-8 When: June 18-20, 2018 9am-Noon Each Day Where: Eastlake North High School Cost: $40 (Includes T-Shirt) Camp will be run by Varsity Coach Samantha Muzic and the North Volleyball Coaching staff along with North Volleyball Players! Please make

Fastpitch Summer Youth Camp (Entering Grades 2-9)

NORTH FLIER FINAL June 6, 7 & 8  10am-Noon on North Varsity Softball Field (Park at NCI) $25 cash or check to North Fastpitch due at arrival Preregister with Coach Braddock by Monday June 4th @ tbraddock@lec.edu Send parent’s name, duaghter’s name/grade and contact # or Register online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eastlake-north-fastpitch-summer-youth-camp-grades-1-8-tickets-46022602844  

Girls Basketball Skills Camp (Entering Grades 8-9)

Registration Form: Registration Form pm 2018 Or register and Pay online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eastlake-north-girls-summer-basketball-camp-skills-2018-tickets-45344083374 $40 registration fee* *Pre-registration includes a t-shirt for all campers MUST PRE-REGISTER BY FRIDAY, June 22nd **Camp space is LIMITED We will accept a maximum 48 PLAYERS – to ensure a great player-to-coach ratio 12:30 until 2:30 daily Focus on position-specific skill development

Girls Basketball Fundamental Camp (entering Grades 4-7)

Registration Form: Registration Form am 2018 or register and pay online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eastlake-north-girls-summer-basketball-camp-fundamentals-2018-tickets-45344523691   $50 registration fee* – Fundamental Camp (entering grades 4, 5, 6, 7)  *Pre-registration includes a t-shirt and a basketball for all campers  MUST PRE-REGISTER BY FRIDAY, June 22nd About the camp…  9:00 until 11:30 daily Focus on developing & improving fundamental skills

District Track Meet Information

2018 Division I District Meets at Mayfeild at 4:00 pm on Wednesday 5/16 and Friday 5/18. See the link below for the schedule of events. ​ 2018 Div I Districts at Mayfeild – Schedule of Events

Rangers edge Riverside in sectional final

North and Riverside combined for nearly 25 runs per game in their two regular season meetings but in Thursday’s Division I sectional championship game the Rangers edged the host Beavers, 2-1, to earn their first berth in the Mentor District tournament since 2015. Senior catcher Mikaela Fording, who was 1-for-3 with an RBI, was a

Rangers rally to beat Euclid in sectional semifinal

EASTLAKE—North’s softball team has made a living this season coming back from early deficits to win ballgames and on Wednesday the Rangers rallied back from a 4-0 first inning deficit to beat visiting Euclid, 16-5, in a Division I sectional semifinal. The sixth-seeded Rangers advanced to Thursday’s sectional title game at No. 3 Riverside, a

North extends winning streak to three

North opens the postseason on Wednesday with a home game against Euclid and the Rangers will do so with plenty of momentum after a 9-0 victory at Kenston on Tuesday extended the team’s winning streak to three games. The Rangers scored nine runs on just six hits with a strong pitching performance out of Kirsten

Madison edges North in sectional semifinal

EUCLID—A lack of timely hits and a few costly errors led to North’s postseason coming to a close with a 3-1 loss to visiting Madison in a Division I sectional semifinal on Monday. The Rangers outhit the Blue Streaks, 6-4, but couldn’t string together enough hits to overcome an early 2-0 deficit. “The bats have