Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

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Leo scores 41 in win over rival

Destiny Leo scored a career-high 41 points to lead North to a 73-44 victory over visiting South on Wednesday. The win was the 20th straight Western Reserve Conference victory for the Rangers, who beat the rival Rebels for the eighth straight time. “What a performance by that kid,” North coach Paul Force said of Leo.

Rangers hold off Bombers in key WRC showdown

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Rangers pound Shaker Heights

North’s Destiny Leo, Abby Carter and Taylor Valaitis combined for 61 points to lead the Rangers to a 76-46 win at Shaker Heights on Saturday. With the win, the Rangers improved to 10-0 overall and avenged last season’s loss to the Red Raiders. “Solid team win today over a team that knocked us off last

Rangers run to win at Chardon

North used a third-quarter run to pull away from host Chardon in a key Western Reserve Conference game on Wednesday. The Rangers outscored the Hilltoppers in the second half, 28-16, and went on to win 49-37. “Anytime we come here we expect to be in a battle and tonight was no different,” North coach Paul

Leo notches milestone in North’s win over Madison

Junior Destiny Leo scored a game-high 30 points in leading North to a 70-35 win over visiting Madison on Wednesday but it was one floating layup that mattered most. The basket resulted in the 1,000th point of Leo’s career. “That was a great moment and milestone for Destiny and the entire team,” North coach Paul

Defensive Rangers roll Maple Heights

North used a stingy defense to create offensive opportunities and went on to beat visiting Maple Heights on Monday, 65-42. The Rangers, who improved to 6-0 overall, outscored the Mustangs in the first quarter, 24-5. “We had our best defensive half of the year in that first half, which was good to see,” North coach

Rangers outlast Brush

Brush held North standout Destiny Leo to a season-low 23 points but the Rangers still pulled out a 64-53 win over the visiting Arcs on Saturday. With the win, North improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the Western Reserve Conference. “We expect teams to come in with a lot of energy,” North coach Paul

Fast start leads North to win over Mayfield

North got off to a fast start in a 68-47 win over visiting Mayfield in the Western Reserve Conference opener for both teams on Wednesday. The Rangers led 33-18 at halftime in improving to 4-0 on the year. Destiny Leo scored 23 of her game-high 31 points in the first 16 minutes. “I felt we

Rangers roll to tournament title

WILLOUGHBY—Destiny Leo scored a game-high 28 points and Abby Carter added 15 and an impressive defensive effort to lead North to a 62-44 win over host Andrews-Osborne Academy in the championship game of the Melanie Williams Memorial Tournament on Sunday. The Rangers finished the event 3-0. “We definitely saw three different styles of teams in

North holds off Independence in Melanie Williams Tournament semis

Destiny Leo and Abby Carter combined for 58 points to lead North to a 66-55 win over Independence in the Melanie Williams Memorial Tournament at Andrews-Osborne Academy on Saturday. “I thought we came out much slower than we did the other night (in an 80-75 win over Beaumont), but you have to credit Independence for