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  • Conference Record: 1 - 0 - 1
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mCORE Heart Screenings 2/5/18

Dear Parents,   I wanted to make you aware of an excellent opportunity that’s been made available to our athletes at EastLake North High School. We are again partnering with mCORE™ — Mobile Cardiac Overview and Risk Evaluation — to screen our athletes for the cardiac conditions and abnormalities which may put them at risk

Rangers find the net in sectional win over Euclid

EASTLAKE—North entered the postseason in a bit of a slump. More accurately, the Rangers limped into the playoffs without much confidence—at least on the offensive end—and desperately needed a breakout game to keep their season alive. Thanks to Nick Svigel and Mason Robey, who combined for six goals, the Rangers found the back of the

Rangers earn draw at Mayfield

MAYFIELD—North entered Tuesday’s Western Reserve Conference showdown at Mayfield hoping to play spoiler in the Wildcats’ bid to win the league title outright. Instead, the Rangers settled for a 0-0 draw, leaving the Wildcats alone in first place. Earning a result against the league’s top team helped generate some momentum for the Rangers heading into

Patrick scores four in North’s win at Euclid

Max Patrick made the most of his scoring opportunities in North’s 8-0 non-conference win at Euclid on Thursday. Patrick converted two penalty kicks on his way to scoring a career-high four times against the Panthers. “I couldn’t have done it without my teammates,” Patrick said. “They work hard so it’s the least I can do

Last second goal leads North past South

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 Soccer coaches always preach about the importance of playing to the whistle and both the North Rangers and South Rebels found out why in their Western Reserve Conference showdown at South on Tuesday. With the game deadlocked at 2-2 and the clock winding down, it looked as if the

Rangers earn tie with Kenston

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 13, 2017 EASTLAKE—North coach Steve Misick isn’t exactly a riverboat gambler but he played all the right cards in a 2-2 draw with visiting Kenston at Nick Carter Stadium on Tuesday. Misick moved senior Michael Thomas from his forward position to the midfield to create a better matchup for the Rangers’ offense. That moved paid off

Rangers top Chardon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 North’s varsity roster isn’t short on talent, but the Rangers are faced with a lack of depth, which hurt them during a recent two-game losing streak. The Rangers lost a pair of players to red cards and the team suffered in a 5-0 loss at University School and a 2-1 loss