Eastlake North Boys Varsity Baseball

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Mitchell sets single-season stolen bases record in North’s playoff win

Zach Mitchell recorded a school-best 41st stolen base in North’s 15-0 win over John Hay in a Division I sectional semifinal on Tuesday at Euclid’s Serra Field. Mitchell recorded three stolen bases in the game. “I am so proud of breaking the record and it is awesome that my name will be associated with a

Pitching leads North to doubleheader sweep

Dominant pitching and clutch hitting led North to a doubleheader sweep at Avon Lake on Saturday. Three Rangers pitchers combined to shut out the Shoremen in two games, 3-0 and 1-0. “Our guys know the recipe for success and that’s pounding the strike zone and not giving away free runners and they did really well

Beckman, Rangers shut down South

One day after a disappointing loss to Riverside, the North Rangers bounced back with a 3-0 five-inning win over visiting South at Euclid’s Serra Field on Monday. Sunday’s 10-0 loss to Riverside didn’t sit well with North head coach Kyle Stahlberg nor the rest of the Rangers. A quick meeting to regroup and refocus helped

Collins, Swearingen lead North to win over Kenston

Brendan Collins struck out nine and Brandon Swearingen recorded three hits to lead North to a 9-1 win over visiting Kenston at Euclid’s Serra Field on Monday. With the win, the Rangers snapped a two-game skid and improved to 11-9 overall and 6-4 in the Western Reserve Conference. “It was great,” North coach Kyle Stahlberg

No letdown for Rangers in big win at Madison

MADISON—After two big wins over Mayfield, North’s baseball team focused on avoiding a letdown game at Madison on Wednesday. The Rangers pounded out 12 hits and beat the Blue Streaks 12-1 in five innings. “We just came off of some big, dramatic tough fought games with Mayfield,” North coach Kyle Stahlberg said. “At practice (on

Rangers claw out nine-inning win over Mayfield

North’s 3-2 extra-inning win over visiting Mayfield on Monday all came down to the details. The Rangers responded each time the Wildcats scored a run then took advantage of their own opportunities in the bottom of the ninth to seal their season sweep of the team projected to win the Western Reserve Conference. “They’re pumped,”

Beckman shines in surprise start at Mayfield

Mike Beckman wasn’t supposed to be the star of North’s 5-2 win at Western Reserve Conference rival Mayfield on Friday. It just turned out that way. The sophomore was an emergency replacement for starting pitcher Seth Higham, was injured rounding third base in the top of the first inning. Higham never threw a pitch but

Rangers off to good start

Graduation took its toll on the North baseball team but the Rangers have gotten off to a good start down in Myrtle Beach this week. “We’re a little bit younger, we lost a lot of guys last year, but this group is hungry and although they’re young, you wouldn’t know they’re young because of their

North Baseball Player/Parent Meeting 10/24

There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing baseball in the spring, this Wednesday at 6pm in the Commons. This is for both players and parents. For more information please follow @northbaseball1 on twitter. Thank you, Kyle Stahlberg

Madison edges North in sectional semifinal

EUCLID—A lack of timely hits and a few costly errors led to North’s postseason coming to a close with a 3-1 loss to visiting Madison in a Division I sectional semifinal on Monday. The Rangers outhit the Blue Streaks, 6-4, but couldn’t string together enough hits to overcome an early 2-0 deficit. “The bats have