Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

rss_feed Latest News

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

North clinches share of second straight WRC Title

North used a balanced offensive attack to beat visiting Riverside on Saturday, 75-24. With the win, the Rangers clinched at least a share of a second straight Western Reserve Conference title. “It’s a pretty cool feeling,” North coach Paul Force said. “For us to graduate seven kids and the all-time leading scorer in our school’s

Rangers roll in final game at South

North rolled to a 79-35 win over host South in the final game the Rangers will play in their rival’s current gym. Next year, the Rebels will play in a brand new facility. “We talked about the rivalry and this being the last game we’d play in their current gym,” North coach Paul Force said.

Leo scores career-high 44 in North’s win over Kenston

Big time players step up in big time games and the North Rangers have grown accustomed to Destiny Leo doing just that. Leo scored a career-high 44 points and pulled down a career-best 18 rebounds in leading the Rangers to a 68-48 win over visiting Kenston on Saturday. “The 44 was cool but we know

Rangers bounce back with win at Madison

North didn’t let its first loss of the season turn into a streak as the Rangers went to Madison on Saturday and left with an 80-33 victory. The Rangers improved to 15-1 overall and 8-1 in the Western Reserve Conference. “I won’t say it helped us, as we’ve been focused on improving all season, maybe

Mayfield stuns previously unbeaten North

MAYFIELD—The first unwritten rule of sports reporting is to avoid the overused boxing clichés at all costs. An exception can be made following major upsets such as Mayfield’s 67-64 win over previously unbeaten North on Wednesday. “We probably use boxing way too much in our analogies but when you’re playing a team that’s as good

No letdown for Rangers in win over Riverside

North wasted no time at Riverside on Wednesday dismissing any chances of a letdown game following Monday’s last-second win over Cleveland Heights. The Rangers outscored the Beavers in the first quarter, 19-5, and went on to win 64-31. “I think we came in focused,” North coach Paul Force said. “We sped them up a bit

Clutch free throws lead North past Cleveland Heights

EASTLAKE—Destiny Leo sank a pair of free throws with 3.7 seconds remaining in the game to lead North to a 55-54 win over visiting Cleveland Heights on Monday in a game featuring two of Cleveland.com’s Top 20 teams. The Rangers, who improved to 13-0, entered the game ranked No. 10 while the Tigers were No.