Eastlake North Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 10 - 4 - 2
  • Conference Record: 5 - 0 - 1

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North’s Max Patrick named WRC Player of the Year

North claimed the 2019 Western Reserve Conference championship and the Rangers also swept the league’s top awards as head coach Steve Misick was named Coach of the Year and Max Patrick earned the league’s Player of the Year award. Patrick accounted for 31 points this fall with 11 goals and nine assists. He also provided

Shaker Heights holds off North

EASTLAKE—Several key plays led Shaker Heights to a 2-0 win over host North in a Division I district semifinal at Nick Carter Stadium on Wednesday. North’s defense failed to clear a loose ball in front of the net and the Red Raiders pounced on the opportunity to break a scoreless tie with 32:48 left in

Rangers survive penalty kick shootout

North opened the 2019 season with a 2-0 win over Cleveland Heights back on Aug. 17 and on Saturday the Rangers opened the postseason with another win over the Tigers, but it didn’t come easily. With the game tied at 1-1 after two overtime periods, the game finally was decided when North keeper Mate Dedic

Rangers claim WRC title

EASTLAKE—What a difference a month makes. North opened the conference portion of its schedule with a disappointing 3-2 setback at Mayfield. On Monday, the Rangers defeated Brush, 4-1, to win its first Western Reserve Conference title since the 2013 season. “We played Mayfield the very first game of the year, league-wise, and that was our

North boys earn district’s top seed

The Northeast District Athletic Board on Sunday released the pairings for its boys and girls soccer and volleyball tournaments. North’s boys’ soccer team earned the top seed in the Division I Mentor District. The Rangers last earned a No. 1 seed in 2005. The Rangers, who are 9-4-2 overall, open the playoffs at home on

Kocin scores twice in North’s win at Madison

Kaden Kocin scored two goals to lead North to a key 2-0 win at Madison on Tuesday. With the win, the Rangers improved to 9-3-2 overall and 4-1-1 in Western Reserve Conference play. “We just needed to have a positive attitude going into the game and no matter what happens we had to play as