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Rangers look forward to rivalry game

Nearly all football coaches use a ‘Next man in’ philosophy when it comes to dealing with injuries. However, there isn’t much of a blueprint for dealing with the loss of a team’s starting quarterback, running back, wide receiver and one of its best offensive linemen, but that soon could change thanks to the situation the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 17 Boys Junior Varsity Golf at South High School SOUTH HS 3:30 pm | SOUTH HS Sep 17 Boys Varsity Golf vs. Postponed- to 9-18-2018 – SOUTH HS 3:30 pm | North High School Sep 17 Girls Varsity Golf at Willoughby South High School SOUTH HS at Lost Nation 4:00 pm | Lost Nation

Rangers roll to win at Bedford

North won Tuesday’s non-conference game at Bedford, 3-0, but the win didn’t come as easily as the score indicated. The Rangers struggled early before defeating the Bearcats, 25-14, 25-14, 25-15. “We were able to fight through some communication issues we had in the beginning to win the match,” said North coach Samantha Muzic. “Sometimes we

Rangers topple Chardon in five

North left Chardon on Thursday with an exciting five-set win to remain undefeated in Western Reserve Conference play. The Rangers, who are 3-0 in the WRC, won the first set 25-22 then dropped the second, 21-25. They rebounded with a 25-16 victory in the third but fell 26-28 in the fourth. North won the match

Rangers look to rebound

North’s football team heads to Maple Heights on Friday with the hopes of putting behind them the 46-0 setback they suffered to visiting Revere in Week 2. The Rangers were outgained, 462-97, and managed just five first downs in the loss to the Minutemen that dropped their record to 1-1. “We got beat up physically

Rangers knock off Madison

After dropping the first set, North’s volleyball team regrouped and went on to defeat visiting Madison, 3-1. With the win, the Rangers improved to 2-2 overall and 2-0 in the Western Reserve Conference. More importantly, they rebounded from a disappointing loss to Geneva on Monday. “It was extremely important for us to stop the skid

2017-18’s Best of the Best: Football – Presented by VNN x Rapid Replay

This Summer, we’re teaming up with our friends at Rapid Replay to hand pick our favorite fan-recorded highlights from this past school year across the VNN Network. Each week, we’ll be spotlighting a new sport’s Top Plays.  Friday night lights are finally back! This week we’re showcasing our favorite highlights from across the country in Football: Do you want

US slips past North

EASTLAKE—A first half penalty kick and another goal midway through the second helped University School escape with a 2-0 win at North on Saturday. Griffin Meyer converted the PK with 12:43 left in the first half and Enea Cominelli added the second half goal for the Preppers, who improved to 3-0-1 on the year. “They’re

Rangers open season at Early Bird Invitational

North’s cross country teams opened their season at the 2018 Berkshire Early Bird Invitational at Kent State University’s Geauga Campus on Saturday. The Rangers finished 12th in the boys division and 13th in the girls. Boys 57. Trent Bucy, 9 18:23.4 5:56 64. Thomas Okerwall, 11 18:39.4 6:01 68. Jason Reik, 10 19:01.4 6:08 79.

Rangers hold off Westlake

Brett Payne and Jimmy Arnold combined for 375 yards of offense and six touchdowns to lead North to a 52-43 win over visiting Westlake on Friday. The Rangers scored 28 points in the second quarter to pull away from the Demons then held on in the second half to secure the season-opening victory. “We’ve got