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End of Season Track Information

Boys/Girls Track: 5/6/2018 Track Update – Awards Banquet & Postseason Information    North Track & Field has made really good strides in 2018 and your athletes should all be proud of their accomplishments and excited about the future. During the course of this season we have accomplished many individual and team goals and we are

Paul Force named GCBCA Coach of the Year

INDEPENDENCE—North’s Paul Force was among the coaches honored during the Greater Cleveland Basketball Coaches’ Association awards dinner at Harry’s Steakhouse in Independence on Thursday. Force was named the Division I Girls Basketball Coach of the Year. “It’s an honor, quite humbling to me as I know we have a lot of great programs and coaches here

Rangers complete sweep of Riverside

North’s 9-7 win at Riverside on Wednesday was far less dramatic than Tuesday’s 17-16 eight-inning affair but it did seal a season sweep for the Rangers. As they did at North on Tuesday, the Beavers again jumped out to an early lead after scoring three runs in the bottom of the first inning but the

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Fans! Buying the things you need and supporting our school just got a lot easier. We’ve launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you can get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. Shop for the things you need by using the links on that page and we earn cash-back from your purchase! We’ll

North battles back for 8-inning win over Riverside

EASTLAKE—North celebrated Senior Night with a dramatic 17-16 eight-inning win over visiting Riverside on Monday. The Rangers spotted the Beavers a 6-0 lead and twice fought off the run-rule before Jess Dodd’s bases-loaded single in the bottom of the eighth capped the comeback bid. “I told them in the fourth inning when we were down

Genter powers North past Kenston

Lexie Genter was one of three North players to record two hits and she also pitched a six-inning complete game to lead the Rangers to an 11-1 win over visiting Kenston on Monday. Genter allowed one unearned run on eight hits and struck out two. “It felt great for us to get the win today,”

Lake Health Ranger Relays a Success for North

The Girls and Boys Ranger Track teams competed in the Ranger Relays this weekend. Earning points for the Girls Team were the: The Long Jump Relay Team and The Shot Put  Relay Team taking 5th place The Pole Vault Relay Team taking 4th place The Discus Throw Relay Team taking 2nd place And in the

Clutch hits lead North to third straight win

MADISON—North collected just six hits but the Rangers made the most of them in beating host Madison in a Western Reserve Conference game on Saturday. The win was the third straight for the Rangers, who opened the season with nine straight losses. “It feels good,” said North coach Kyle Stahlberg. “We did everything right today.

North comes from behind in win over Bay

North edged Bay, 3-2, in an old-fashioned pitcher’s duel on Friday at Progressive Field. The Rangers, who won their second straight game for the first time this season, scored all three of their runs in the bottom of the third to erase a two-run deficit then shut down the Rockets the rest of the game

Clutch hits lead Chardon past North

EASTLAKE—Chardon used some clutch hitting to score two first-inning runs and the Hilltoppers added five more in the fifth to beat host North in a Western Reserve Conference showdown on Thursday, 7-3. “Today, the ball was falling,” said North coach Erwin Hines. “We were hitting the ball well. They were playing us at the fence