Eastlake North Boys Varsity Basketball

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Rangers fall at Riverside

PAINESVILLE—North dug itself into a deep hole in the second quarter of its Western Reserve Conference game at Riverside and never recovered in a 59-44 setback. The host Beavers outscored the Rangers in the second quarter, 19-2, to take a 40-21 lead into halftime. North rallied in the second half but their comeback bid fell

North’s Aaron Broja decides on Hiram College

Eastlake North senior Aaron Broja last week announced his commitment to continue his education and basketball career at Hiram College. Broja is excited about his opportunity to become the first member of his family to graduate from college. “It’s like a dream come true for me,’ he said. “As a first generation American-Albanian, I am

Rangers win overtime thriller

Mikey Duleba scored 10 of his 13 points in overtime to lead North to a 64-60 non-conference win over visiting St. Martin de Porres on Tuesday. The Rangers entered the fourth quarter trailing, 42-39, before tying the game at 53-53 at the end of regulation. Duleba then scored 10 of North’s 11 points in the

Rangers fall to Chardon

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Skolny scores 17 in North’s win at Roosevelt

Brian Skolny scored a game-high 17 points to lead North to a 49-43 non-conference win at Kent Roosevelt on Tuesday. With the win, the Rangers improved 3-4 overall and snapped a two-game skid. “You want to stop the bleeding,” North coach Rob Koelling said of ending the losing streak. “After the two losses, we had

Rangers hammer Panthers in showdown of top teams

Based on Saturday’s result, the North Rangers disagreed with their position in the latest News-Herald Girls Basketball Top of the Crop. The Rangers came in at No. 2 while Euclid earned the top spot in the rankings. That’s likely to change following North’s emphatic 81-54 victory at Euclid on Saturday night. “We came in focused

North rally falls short in loss to Madison

North’s second-half rally fell short in a 62-54 loss to visiting Madison on Friday. The Blue Streaks jumped out to a 43-20 halftime lead before the Rangers mounted a comeback in the second half. North outscored Madison 34-19 in the second half but was unable to overcome the early deficit. “We weren’t getting out on

North edges Perry in non-conference thriller

EASTLAKE—Brian Skolny hit a pair of free throws with 21 seconds left to lead host North to a 61-59 win over visiting Perry in a non-conference thriller on Saturday. The win was the second straight for the Rangers, who improved to 2-2 overall. “I think these guys are trying to see how long I’m going

Broja leads Rangers to win over Mayfield

Aaron Broja scored a game-high 24 points to lead North to a 60-50 win over visiting Mayfield in the Western Reserve Conference opener for both teams. The win was the first for the Rangers, who improved to 1-2 on the year. “We stressed to these guys about getting out on top early,” North coach Rob

Senior-laden Rangers aim high

North’s projected starting lineup includes five experienced seniors, which sets up the Rangers for a run at a league title and a deep postseason run. “With this senior laden group and the summer league we competed in, I feel we can compete with any team we step on the floor with,” North third-year head coach