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Jake Tanski announces commitment to Ohio Northern

North senior quarterback Jack Tanski led the Rangers to their first postseason appearance in school history and on Wednesday he announced his intention to continue his playing career in college. Tanski, the fifth member of North’s Class of 2018 to commit to play at the next level, will attend Ohio Northern University where he will

Dodd celebrate’s father’s birthday with college commitment

Tyler Dodd and his father Shawn Dodd always have enjoyed a special relationship. That’s why Tyler’s commitment on Thursday to continue his education and football career at John Carroll University was so special. It was a birthday gift to his father, who doubled as his high school football coach at Eastlake North. “It’s pretty special

Severino commits to John Carroll University

North’s first run to the postseason continues to pay dividends as Louie Severino on Wednesday became the third member of the team’s Class of 2018 to announce his commitment to continue his education and playing career in college. Linebacker Brad Burrows in February signed a Letter of Intent to play college football at Mercyhurst University

North’s Kenny Streb commits to Ohio Wesleyan

Last fall, Kenny Streb helped lead Eastlake North’s football team into the postseason for the first time in school history. Not ready yet to hang up his cleats, Streb announced on Tuesday his commitment to continue his education and playing career at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. “It’s a feeling of relief once you

North’s Brad Burrows chases down a dream

North senior linebacker Brad Burrows spent the last four years chasing down running backs. On Wednesday, that successful pursuit led to Burrows signing a National Letter of Intent to continue his education and playing career at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. “It’s a dream come true on playing football in college, especially going to a

North’s historic season ends at Bedford

BEDFORD—North’s 30-22 loss to No. 3 seed Bedford in a Division II, Region 5 playoff game at Bearcat Stadium on Friday was the perfect metaphor for the Rangers’ season. The Rangers finished the first half of the season with a 1-4 record before rallying for five straight wins to earn a playoff berth for the

Rangers earn way into postseason

  For the first time in school history, North’s football team will play a Week 11 game. The Rangers defeated Chardon on Friday, 28-7, to lock up a berth in the Division I, Region 5 playoffs. “It is definitely emotional,” said a teary-eyed North coach Shawn Dodd. “The guys make fun of me because I’m