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Congratulations to Our Ranger Swim District Qualifiers!

Outstanding performance by all of our swimmers at Sectionals! Many PR’s, 14 school records broken, and a huge number of District Qualifiers! 2018 Ranger District Boys Team: Brian Kaucic (400Free Relay) Brian Regovich (200Free 500Free 200Free Relay 400Free Relay) Evan Pyle (200Free Relay 400Free Relay) Jimmy Wallace (50Free 100Free 200Free Relay 400Free Relay) John Car

North’s Mikaela Fording commits to Notre Dame College

The 2018 high school softball season begins on March 24 but North senior Mikaela Fording already created some excitement when she committed to continue her education and playing career at Notre Dame College in South Euclid. Fording will join former teammate Kristen Peace, who signed with the Falcons last year. “I’m very excited to be

North’s Mikaela Fording sets school RBI record

North junior Mikaela Fording has just one more season of softball to play for the Rangers, but she won’t be forgotten any time soon. Fording knocked in 32 runs this season to break the school record for runs batted in during a single season. Kelsey Pacholke set the previous mark with 30 RBI in 2011. “It’s crazy,” Fording said

Rangers rebound with win at Kenston

North bounced back from Wednesday’s disappointing loss to Chardon in a Division I sectional final with a 14-8 win at Kenston on Thursday. The Rangers got a boost from Sam Szoradi, who hit her first career home run to start a three-run rally in the second inning. “We had a slow start to the game but

North opens postseason with a bang

No. 5 North opened the postseason with a dominating 26-0 win over No. 12 Shaw in a sectional semifinal on Tuesday. With the win, the Rangers advance to a Division I sectional championship game at No. 4 Chardon on Wednesday. The Hilltoppers swept the Rangers in both Western Reserve Conference games this season. “It was

Fording, Robinson power Rangers past Wildcats

Junior Mikaela Fording and senior Alyssa Robinson delivered the big hits in North’s 7-4 win at Mayfield on Monday. The dynamic duo combined for seven hits, including four doubles, and knocked in six of the Rangers’ seven runs. “It was huge for Alyssa Robinson and Mikaela Fording to go 7-for-8 with four doubles and six of our seven RBI,”

Peace set to continue career at Notre Dame College

The North softball team will honor its seven seniors prior to Wednesday’s Western Reserve Conference showdown with visiting Mayfield. Among that group, three will continue their softball careers in college. Dana Turchon and Sam Szoradi will play at Lakeland Community College and Kristen Peace will study criminal justice and play softball at Notre Dame College. “Already having a team for college

Rangers pound Brush to snap three-game skid

North entered Friday’s Western Reserve Conference game against visiting Brush having lost three straight league games, including two by one run. The Rangers took out their frustrations on the softball and beat the Arcs, 16-4, in five innings. “It was a great team win today after a tough loss yesterday,” said North coach Andrew Palermo. “Lexie

Unlikely hero emerges in North’s doubleheader sweep

EASTLAKE—An unlikely hero emerged in North’s doubleheader sweep of Lake Catholic and Perry on Saturday. After the Rangers defeated the Cougars in the opener, 12-6, Perry went on to defeat Lake Catholic in the second game, 3-0. The previously undefeated Pirates then held a 3-2 lead over the Rangers after four when sophomore Kirsten Luksic relieved North