Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

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Leo 2K leads North past Mayfield

Destiny Leo scored the 2,000th point of her career and two other Rangers scored in double figures as North shrugged off a slow start to beat host Mayfield on Saturday, 55-46. The host Wildcats jumped out to a 12-5 first-quarter lead before Abby Carter and the Rangers rallied in the second quarter to take control

Rangers fall short at Madison

Jason Reik and Kyle Randle each scored 18 points but it wasn’t enough as North’s rally fell short at Madison on Friday, 78-73. The Rangers had the ball with a chance to tie the score in the closing seconds but a turnover and Madison free throws iced the win. “For a young squad like we

Leo sets 3-point mark in North’s win over Brush

Destiny Leo scored a game-high 34 points and set a school record for 3-pointers made in a career in North’s 64-36 win over visiting Brush on Wednesday. Leo, who broke the record with her third of four 3-pointers in the game, now has 234 long-range shots to her credit, surpassing the previous mark of 232

Rangers, Beavers raise $2,200 for Cancer Research

North defeated visiting Riverside on Wednesday, 73-42, but even more important was the common goal the two Western Reserve Conference opponents played for. The Rangers hosted their 5th Annual Gray Game fundraiser in honor and memory of Tom Henson, the father of North JV coach Krystal Force. After 32 minutes of play, North collected its

Leo shines in North’s win over South

Destiny Leo scored a season-high 36 points and also reached a season mark with 17 rebounds to lead North to a 67-42 win over rival South on Wednesday. “Not many schools have a rivalry like North and South do,” Leo said. “You always have to be ready and pumped for games like these.” Those aren’t

Rangers avoid trap game with big win at Twinsburg

North’s nonconference affair at Twinsburg on Monday was shaping up to be a trap game as the Rangers had just beaten Kenston on Saturday and play rival Willoughby South on Wednesday. It would have been easy to overlook the Tigers. Instead, Destiny Leo and Abby Carter combined for 45 points and North nearly doubled up

EASTLAKE—Outside of conference play, North and Kenston aren’t true rivals but the Rangers won’t soon forget the one-point loss to the Bombers in the 2018 district championship game. That stinging defeat has inspired the Rangers to always bring their best when facing the Bombers and Saturday’s showdown at North was no different. Despite Kenston draining

Rangers bounce back with win over Beaumont

North followed up a stinging loss to Canton GlenOak on Saturday with a 64-56 win over Beaumont in the Northeast Ohio Youth Elite Christmas Classic at Garfield Heights High School on Sunday. Sunday’s game was the second time the Rangers have played back-to-back games on a Saturday and Sunday, with one more long weekend remaining.

Rangers edge Panthers

In a rematch of last winter’s Perry District championship game, North edged visiting Euclid on Saturday, 57-49. The Panthers led at halftime, 23-22, forcing the Rangers to pull away in the second half for their sixth win of the season. “These kinds of games are why we are playing the out of conference schedule we

North beats Mayfield, avenges last season’s lone WRC loss

EASTLAKE—It wouldn’t be accurate to say North was solely focused on beating Mayfield to avenge last season’s three-point loss to the Wildcats that spoiled the Rangers’ perfect conference record. It also wouldn’t be accurate to say the Rangers had completely forgotten about the upset loss before they went out and beat the visiting Wildcats on