Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

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Leo finds her destiny at Cleveland State

It’s been quite a week for North junior Destiny Leo. On Monday, she was named The News-Herald Girls Basketball Player of the Year and on Thursday she announced her commitment to continue her education and playing career at Cleveland State University. “It feels great not having to worry and stress about where I should go,”

Leo, Carter named All-Ohio

Eastlake North junior Destiny Leo on Wednesday was named First Team All-Ohio by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. Leo led the Rangers to the Division I regional championship game by averaging 29.4 points per game. Sophomore Abby Carter also earned All-Ohio honors as she was named Honorable Mention.   2019 DIVISION I GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL-OHIO

North’s dream season comes to an end in regional final

Sometimes even the best game plan isn’t enough to beat a great team. North’s girls’ basketball team found that out in Friday’s Division I regional championship game at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Despite holding the GlenOak Eagles to their second second-lowest output of the year and playing them closer than anyone other Norwalk regional

Improbable comeback lands North in regional championship game

CANTON—North coach Paul Force needed a moment. Moments after Abby Carter swiped a Solon inbound pass to put an end to the Rangers’ 64-63 come from behind win over the Comets in a Division I regional semifinal at Canton’s Memorial Civic Center, Force crouched stoically amid the chaos of his assistant coaches and players frantically

Rangers punch ticket to regionals for first time since 1999

PERRY—Destiny Leo scored a game-high 36 points and Abby Carter added 18 to lead North to a historic 65-57 win over Euclid in the Perry Division I District Tournament championship game on Thursday. With the win, the Rangers improved to 24-1 on the year and advanced to the Canton Regional for the first time since

Rangers hold off Hilltoppers in district semifinal

PERRY—North and Chardon entered Monday’s Division I district semifinal in Perry with more in common than their desire to earn a spot in Thursday’s championship game. The Rangers, who held off the Hilltoppers, 43-39, entered the 2018-2019 season having graduated seven seniors, including Samantha Pirosko, the school’s all-time leading scorer, while the Hilltoppers also lost

Rangers close down gym with win over rival South

North’s 55-24 win over rival South in a Division I sectional championship game on Thursday did more for the Rangers than secure another trip to the Perry District tournament. With the win, the Rangers finished the year undefeated on their home court but, more importantly, also secured a victory in the final competition to be

Rangers edge Hilltoppers in charity fundraiser

North closed out the regular season with a 44-37 win over visiting Chardon but more importantly, the two teams combined to raise over $3,535 for the National Brain Tumor Society. “Tons of appreciation to Coach (Cullen) Harris, his staff, players and fans,” North coach Paul Force said. “To raise over $3,500 today blows my mind.

North takes down Perry in battle of conference champs

North’s depth and key performances proved to be too much for visiting Perry to overcome in a battle of league champions on Wednesday. The host Rangers shook off a first-quarter deficit and went on to beat the Pirates, 68-49. North won its second straight Western Reserve Conference championship while Perry earned a share of a

Rangers lock up second straight league title

Apparently, North’s girls’ basketball team wasn’t in the sharing mood when it knocked off host Brush on Monday, 58-45. With the win, the Rangers locked up their second straight Western Reserve Conference championship. A loss would have kept alive Kenston’s chances of earning a share of that league title. “”Brush is tough,” North coach Paul