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North winning streak reaches 10

North’s softball team limped home from its spring break trip to Myrtle Beach with a 1-5 record. The Rangers were down but not out and with their 8-0 win at Kenston on Wednesday, the Rangers have now won 10 straight games to improve to 11-5 overall and 9-0 in the Western Reserve Conference. “The streak

Collins, Swearingen lead North to win over Kenston

Brendan Collins struck out nine and Brandon Swearingen recorded three hits to lead North to a 9-1 win over visiting Kenston at Euclid’s Serra Field on Monday. With the win, the Rangers snapped a two-game skid and improved to 11-9 overall and 6-4 in the Western Reserve Conference. “It was great,” North coach Kyle Stahlberg

Rangers earn run-rule win over Kenston

Kirsten Luksic pitched a one-hitter and Jess Dodd and Megan Zaleski each pounded out three hits to lead North to a 10-0 six-inning win over visiting Kenston on Monday. The win was the ninth straight for the Rangers, who improved to 10-5 overall and 8-0 in the Western Reserve Conference. “We stress how important the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Apr 22 – Apr 28

Apr 22 Girls Junior Varsity Softball vs. Kenston High School KENSTON HS 4:30 pm | Serra Field Euclid Apr 22 Boys Freshman Baseball at Kenston High School KENSTON HS 4:30 pm | KENSTON HS Apr 22 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Kenston High School KENSTON HS 4:30 pm | Serra Field Euclid Apr 22 Girls Varsity

Rangers extend hot streak with win at Riverside

North downed host Riverside on Thursday, 8-2, to extend its winning streak to eight games and to remain undefeated in league play. The Rangers improved to 9-5 overall and 7-0 in the Western Reserve Conference. “Back-to-back wins over two very quality teams is proof of how hard each girl has worked,” North coach Taylor Braddock

Rangers outlast Chardon in slugfest

MUNSON TOWNSHIP—North spotted host Chardon a five-run first inning lead but the Rangers worked their way back into the game and pulled out a 12-8 victory over their Western Reserve Conference rivals on Wednesday. Freshman Olivia Augusta shook off the beating she took in the bottom of the first and held the Hilltoppers to just