Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

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Rangers win WRC title on Senior Night

EASTLAKE—North celebrated its seven seniors with a dominating 89-29 win over rival South on Wednesday. The Rangers also clinched outright the 2017-2018 Western Reserve Conference championship. “I couldn’t have written a book with a better ending,” said North coach Paul Force. “To have the opportunity to clinch it by ourselves tonight was something special.” North

Rangers clinch share of WRC title

North’s march to the Western Reserve Conference title is nearly complete after its 67-59 overtime win at Kenston on Saturday that capped a week in which the Rangers played on the road at each of the three teams chasing them in the league standings. The Rangers earned a share of the title with its win

Rangers hold on to beat Chardon

North got all it could handle from host Chardon in a key Western Reserve Conference showdown on Wednesday but the Rangers made key plays down the stretch to hold off the Hilltoppers, 52-45, and maintained its hold on first place in the league. “They keep coming at you on both ends,” said North coach Paul

Rangers hold off Brush

North had one more run in it than host Brush did in a 59-56 Western Reserve Conference win on Monday. The Rangers used four free throws, two each from Destiny Leo and Taylor Valaitis, in the closing seconds of the game to pull out their third straight victory and 13th in their last 14th. “It

Rangers pounce on Madison

North wasted little time in taking control of its Western Reserve Conference showdown with visiting Madison on Saturday. The Rangers jumped out to a 21-2 first quarter run on the way to a 62-21 win. “The fast start was key,” said North coach Paul Force. “We were able to create some havoc and get control

Balanced Rangers top Mayfield

EASTLAKE—Three scored in double figures and six others found the net as North cruised to a 71-37 Western Reserve Conference victory over visiting Mayfield on Wednesday. More importantly, the Rangers and Wildcats combined to raise over $1,200 for the National Brain Tumor Society in memory of North assistant coach Krystal Force’s father, Tom Henson. “To

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