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All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 30 – Oct 06

Oct 01 Girls Varsity Tennis at Solon High School, Howland High School Sectional Tournament at Solon 8:00 am | SOLON HS Oct 01 Girls Freshman Volleyball vs. Madison Hs MADISON HS 4:30 pm | North High Gym Oct 01 Boys Junior Varsity Soccer at Madison Hs MADISON HS 5:00 pm | MADISON HS Oct 01

Ranger rally falls short at South

WILLOUGHBY—One big play was the difference in North’s 10-7 setback at rival South on Friday. That play happened early in the second quarter with the Rebels leading 3-0. South quarterback Justin Grosel threw a jump ball to Eastern Michigan commitment Rico Small, who outjumped two North defenders to make the catch. He then turned and

12th Annual Cheerleading Challenge! Monday 9/30/19, 7pm at Croatian Lodge

cheerleading-challenge_85x11_2019_001 12th Annual Cheerleading Challenge! Join hosts Charlie Malta and Karen Hoffman for a LIVE radio broadcast! Live on 101.5fm, 1330am and on your mobile devices: wintradio.com Monday, September 30, 2019 5:30 – 7:00pm: Practice 7:00 – 9:00pm: Challenge Nine Schools Participating! Eastlake North Rangers – Lake Catholic Cougars – Kirtland Hornets – Mayfield Wildcats

Rangers looking forward to rivalry game

North coach Shawn Dodd typically prefers his team to have a short memory, but he’ll excuse the Rangers as they prepare for their rivalry game at South on Friday if they reflect back on last year’s 37-29 win over the Rebels that snapped a 16-year losing streak in the series. Dodd hopes the rivalry week

Schwenk shoots 84 to lead Rangers at WRC tournament

North’s Tyler Schwenk shot an 84 to finish fifth overall at the 2019 Western Reserve Conference golf tournament at Quail Hollow on Wednesday. The Rangers finished in seventh place as a team with 389 strokes. Madison finished first with 359, Kenston was second with 361 and South rounded out the top three with 362. “My

Rangers roll to win over Rebels

An early season loss at rival South provided the North Rangers with a bit of extra motivation heading into Tuesday’s home rematch against the Rebels. The Rangers did what they couldn’t do in that first meeting against the Rebels and went on to win in straight sets, 25-22, 25-19, 25-23. “So much perseverance,” North coach