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Magic Man Molica leads North to shutout win

Chris Molica ran for 188 yards and three touchdowns to lead North to a 34-0 win over visiting Madison on Friday. Molica also threw for 84 yards in the win. “Chris ‘Magic Man’ Molica, that kid is something. He’s just special out in the open field,” North coach Shawn Dodd said. “It was a great

Rangers bounce back against Kenston

What a difference a day made for the North boys’ golf team. The Rangers dropped a match at Kenston on Tuesday but bounced back on Wednesday to beat the visiting Bombers, 177-180. “Today was a lesson in resiliency for the team,” North coach Matt Kozlevcar said. “Yesterday was a tough loss for us at Kenston

Dedic fuels North comeback win

Chardon scored the first two goals of the game but North had Luka Dedic on its side. Dedic scored four goals to fuel the Rangers to a 7-3 come-from-behind victory over the host Hilltoppers on Tuesday. The win was the 275th of head coach Steve Misick’s career. “He’s on a tear,” Misick said of Dedic,

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 07 – Sep 13

Sep 08 Girls Varsity Tennis at Madison High School MADISON HS 4:00 pm | MADISON HS Sep 08 Girls Freshman Volleyball vs. Chardon High School CHARDON HS 4:30 pm | Carter Stadium Sep 08 Girls Junior Varsity Soccer vs. Chardon High School CHARDON HS 5:00 pm | Carter Stadium Sep 08 Boys Junior Varsity Soccer

Highlights: North 41, US 14

Highlights from Eastlake North’s 41-14 win over visiting University School on Friday, Sept. 4, 2020.

Opportunistic Rangers pummel Preppers

EASTLAKE—North’s offense scored on three plays of 57 yards or more and the Rangers returned a pair of interceptions for touchdowns in a 41-14 nonconference win over visiting University School at Nick Carter Stadium on Friday. The Rangers ran for 344 yards and forced four turnovers in the win. “That was kind of the key

Record-setting Rangers beat Chardon

Tyler Schwenk and Jack Rypinski both inked their name into the North history books in the Rangers’ 163-181 win over host Chardon at St. Denis Golf Course on Thursday. Schwenk shot a career-low one-under par 35 to win medalist honors. He also tied the school record for the lowest score ever and set the mark