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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 hold off Mayfield

MAYFIELD–A two-point loss at Mayfield in February ended North’s hopes of winning the Western Reserve Conference championship last winter. The Rangers weren’t about to let the Wildcats spoil their 2017-2018 conference opener. North held Mayfield scoreless for nearly six minutes in the fourth quarter to pull out a 47-39 win on Wednesday. “It’s a big

Rangers bounce back with win over Maple Heights

  North’s girls’ basketball team couldn’t get back on the floor soon enough after Monday’s season-opening overtime loss to Shaker Heights. The Rangers responded to that setback with a 68-39 win at Maple Heights on Wednesday. “It was good to get that first ‘W,’” said North coach Paul Force. “The girls were hungry to get

Shaker edges North in OT

EASTLAKE—Everything went North’s way early in a non-conference showdown with visiting Shaker Heights but the Rangers couldn’t hold on in a 64-63 overtime loss to the Red Raiders on Monday. Destiny Leo and Taylor Valaitis both hit a pair of 3-pointers and Samantha Pirosko and Val Arnold each converted an and-one to help the Rangers

Talented Rangers target conference, district titles

North returns four starters from the squad that finished 19-5 last winter leaving 10th-year head coach Paul Force excited and optimistic about the upcoming season. The Rangers will suit up eight seniors, including Samantha Pirosko, the reigning Ohio Varsity Player of the Year and a third team All-Ohioan, providing Force with plenty of experience and

Girls Basketball Coaches Panel

Area girls’ basketball coaches convened at Brush High School on Monday to discuss Saturday’s multi-team preview and to discuss the upcoming season. Participating coaches included John Hay’s Fred Howery, Trinity’s Kevin McNamara, Beachwood’s Dwayne Morrow, Brush’s Demarris Winters, Chardon’s Cullen Harris, Mayfield’s Ryan Looman, North’s Paul Force, Riverside’s Joel Wolf, Laurel’s Tim McMahon and Cornerstone

North Girls Basketball: Skills Camp for Entering Grades 8 or 9, July 10-13

2017 Skills Camp Entering Grades 8 or 9 DESCRIPTION Fundamental Camp for entering grades 8 & 9 – Pre-registration includes a t-shirt and a basketball, pre-registration ends Friday,May 23rd. About the camp: 12:30pm- 2:30 Daily Focus on position-specift skill development (post/gaud skills) Emphasis on proper footwork and technique Individual position-specific competitions and champions throughout the

North Girls Basketball: Fundamental Camp for entering grades 4,5,6,7-July 10-13

2017 Fundamental Camp Entering Grades 4-7 DESCRIPTION Fundamental Camp for entering grades 4,5,6,7 – Pre-registration includes a t-shirt and a basketball, pre-registration ends Firday,May 23rd. About the camp: 9:00am- 11:30 Daily Focus on developing & improving fundamental skills Individual & small group instruction Individual & Team competitions ‘Ranger’ award given daily Different ‘theme’ every day

North’s Ally Lako to close out high school career in News Herald Classic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARCH 31, 2017 North senior Ally Lako has always dribbled to the beat of her own drummer. From her neon pink basketball shoes to the purple hair she sported during the 2017 Ohio Varsity Senior Shootout last weekend at Ursuline College, Lako has always been a bit different. It’s no wonder she’ll close out