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2018 Volleyball Summer Calendar and Tryout Information

Volleyball Head Coach Samantha Muzic muzic.samantha@gmail.com Contact coach with any specific questions Important Dates: Youth Camp June 18-21 North Volleyball Team Camp July 16-19 Tryout Dates August 1 and August 2, 8:30-11:30/Break/12:30-3:30 both days   Physical forms must be turned in on or before the first day of Tryouts. All students must be registered on

Eastlake North Volleyball Team Camp (Grades 9-12)

Registration Form: HS Camp Flyer – Volleyball Or register and pay online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eastlake-north-volleyball-team-camp-grades-9-12-tickets-46022119398 Who: Grades 9-12 When: July 16-19, 2018 8:30am – 3:30pm Bring a lunch Each Day Where: Eastlake North High School Cost: $40 (Includes T-Shirt) Camp will be run by Varsity Coach Samantha Muzic and the North Volleyball Coaching Staff Please make

Eastlake North Volleyball Youth Camp (Grades 4-8)

Registration Form: Youth Camp Flyer – Volleyball Or register and pay online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eastlake-north-volleyball-youth-camp-grades-4-8-tickets-46022499535   Who: Grades 4-8 When: June 18-20, 2018 9am-Noon Each Day Where: Eastlake North High School Cost: $40 (Includes T-Shirt) Camp will be run by Varsity Coach Samantha Muzic and the North Volleyball Coaching staff along with North Volleyball Players! Please make

Rangers’ run ends in district semifinals

EUCLID—North volleyball coach Chelsey Regovich knew her team had its hands full in Tuesday’s Division I district semifinal against Mentor at Euclid High School. The Cardinals entered the match with a 19-4 record and two future Division I college players in Alexis Falzone and Teagan Ochaya, who will play at Toledo and Akron, respectively. Despite a 3-0 setback that

North holds off Madison in sectional final

Fourth-seeded North continued its postseason dominance on Thursday with a 3-0 sweep of No. 5 Madison in a Division I sectional final at Euclid High School. The Rangers, who have won six straight sets in the playoffs, advanced to Tuesday’s district semifinals where they’ll play top-seeded Mentor. “I’m glad we are getting another opportunity to

North cruises to sectional final

North opened the postseason with a dominating three-set sweep of Shaw in a Division I sectional semifinal at Euclid High School on Tuesday. The Rangers won 25-7, 25-8, 25-4 in advancing to Thursday’s sectional championship game against Western Reserve Conference rival Madison. “It was a great game to see all the girls stay focused,” said

Mausser finds home at Clarion

It didn’t take long for North junior Lindsey Mausser to choose a college. Mausser considered several colleges before selecting Clarion University in Pennsylvania to continue her education and volleyball career. “I first went to Clarion on an academic visit and knew the school would be a great fit for me,” Mausser said. “I fell in

Rebels battle back for win against rival North

PAINESVILLE—The third matchup between Western Reserve Conference rivals North and South figured to be a back and forth affair, considering each team entered the third-place match at Riverside with a win on its home court. Instead, North dominated the first two games, 25-13 and 25-9, and was well on its way to winning the season

North opens WRC tournament with win over Madison

North’s volleyball team is generating momentum at the right time. The Rangers opened the Western Reserve Conference tournament on Thursday with a 3-1 win over Madison at Riverside to extend their winning streak to three matches. “We did a great job putting more pressure on Madison,” said North coach Chelsey Regovich. “We really made them

Rangers drop Brush on Senior Night

  North’s volleyball team celebrated Senior Night with a 3-0 sweep of visiting Brush on Tuesday. The Rangers cruised to wins of 25-12, 25-7 and 25-5 to improve to 13-6 overall and 4-3 in the Western Reserve Conference. “It was Senior Night so it was fun watching all five seniors play their last game at