Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

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Pirosko’s double-double paces Rangers in win over Beavers

Samantha Pirosko dominated on both ends of the court to lead North to a 61-38 win over visiting Riverside on Wednesday. The reigning Ohio Varsity Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year scored a game-high 18 points and pulled down 18 rebounds in the win. “Sam was on a mission tonight,” said North coach Paul Force.

Hot start leads North past rival South

Samantha Pirosko scored 16 first quarter points to lead North to a dominating 70-37 win at rival South on Wednesday. The Rangers opened the game with a 26-2 run and led after the first quarter, 36-10. Pirosko finished with 28 points, Destiny Leo scored 15 and Sammi Valaitis contributed to the win with 14 points.

North dominant in win over Ravenna

EASTLAKE—In baseball, a perfect game is recorded when a pitcher doesn’t allow a single baserunner in any inning. Perfection in basketball is much more difficult to achieve but the North Rangers came pretty close in Saturday’s 71-31 win over visiting Ravenna. “We played pretty clean,” said North coach Paul Force. “The girls know that we’re

Rangers top Kenston in first place showdown

Following its 67-48 win over visiting Kenston on Wednesday, North sits alone atop the Western Reserve Conference standings. The Rangers used a 16-0 second quarter run to pull away from the Bombers, who dropped to 8-4 overall and 5-1 in WRC play. “Winning a conference championship and having a chance at a district final, those

North knocks off previously unbeaten Cleveland Heights

Destiny Leo scored 17 points in the second half and Anaunda Lyons made several key plays in North’s 52-49 win at Cleveland Heights on Saturday. The Rangers, who entered the game ranked No. 15 in the Cleveland.com Top 25, outscored the No. 7 Tigers, 15-9, in the fourth quarter to improve to 7-2 overall. “It

North holds off Chardon in defensive battle

EASTLAKE—Two of the Western Reserve Conference’s most potent offenses went head-to-head on Wednesday, so naturally both teams were held to season-low point totals. North held Chardon to just 14 points through the first three quarters then held on for a 39-28 win. “It was key for us to get out to a nice start, playing

Rangers rally for win over Euclid

Never say never. That’s not the official motto of the North girls’ basketball team but it certainly is appropriate following the Rangers’ 66-64 win over visiting Euclid on Saturday. Euclid held a 64-60 lead with less than a minute to play before the Rangers forced three turnovers and scored baskets off each of them to

Rangers sneak past Madison

North’s Destiny Leo and Samantha Pirosko combined to score all 17 of the Rangers’ points in the third quarter of a 46-36 Western Reserve Conference win at Madison on Wednesday. The Rangers shook off a slow start in improving to 4-2 overall and 3-0 in league play. “I told the girls they don’t give style points, we will take

Rangers collect big win over Brush

EASTLAKE—North jumped out to an early double-digit lead then held off visiting Brush in a key Western Reserve Conference game on Monday, 54-39. Fueled by three straight 3-pointers, the Rangers jumped out to an 18-8 first quarter lead pushed that advantage to 28-15 at halftime. Destiny Leo scored 13 of her team-high 19 in the

Rangers hold off Mayfield

MAYFIELD–A two-point loss at Mayfield in February ended North’s hopes of winning the Western Reserve Conference championship last winter. The Rangers weren’t about to let the Wildcats spoil their 2017-2018 conference opener. North held Mayfield scoreless for nearly six minutes in the fourth quarter to pull out a 47-39 win on Wednesday. “It’s a big