Eastlake North Boys Varsity Football

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Rangers roll in two-day affair at Lakeside

Mother Nature added a bit of adversity for the North Rangers in their Week 3 nonconference game at Lakeside on Friday. North led 26-0 at halftime when a lightning storm forced the game to be postponed until Saturday morning. The Rangers picked up where they left off and downed the Dragons, 40-6. “It was nice

Rangers dominate second half in win over Eagles

EASTLAKE—North used its stout defense and road-grading offense to grind out a 19-7 win over visiting North Olmsted on Friday. The Rangers led just 7-6 at halftime but outscored the Eagles, 10-0, in the second half. “That was huge,” North coach Shawn Dodd said of the second-half dominance. “That’s what we hope to do to

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Fourth-quarter swing leads Madison past North

Madison scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns within a minute of each other to pull away from host North on Friday, 35-18. “That wasn’t good all the way around, from top to bottom,” North coach Shawn Dodd said. “We didn’t do the job and got beat in every phase. That all starts with me. We didn’t do

Late score leads Brush past North

Mitchell Kellogg’s eight-yard touchdown run with 19 seconds left in the game helped Brush beat visiting North in a Western Reserve Conference shootout on Friday, 55-54. The Arcs scored 21 unanswered points in the final 4 minutes, 2 seconds of the game to pull out the win. “They were just a tough matchup for us,”

North beats South for first time in 15 years

EASTLAKE—It took nearly 15 years but North finally ended its losing streak to rival South on Friday at Nick Carter Stadium. The Rangers overcame an early 16-point deficit to beat the Rebels, 37-29. North last beat South on Oct. 3, 2003. “It’s big,” said North coach Shawn Dodd. “I think it just gets a monkey

Rangers look forward to rivalry game

Nearly all football coaches use a ‘Next man in’ philosophy when it comes to dealing with injuries. However, there isn’t much of a blueprint for dealing with the loss of a team’s starting quarterback, running back, wide receiver and one of its best offensive linemen, but that soon could change thanks to the situation the

Rangers look to rebound

North’s football team heads to Maple Heights on Friday with the hopes of putting behind them the 46-0 setback they suffered to visiting Revere in Week 2. The Rangers were outgained, 462-97, and managed just five first downs in the loss to the Minutemen that dropped their record to 1-1. “We got beat up physically

Rangers hold off Westlake

Brett Payne and Jimmy Arnold combined for 375 yards of offense and six touchdowns to lead North to a 52-43 win over visiting Westlake on Friday. The Rangers scored 28 points in the second quarter to pull away from the Demons then held on in the second half to secure the season-opening victory. “We’ve got

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