Eastlake North Boys Varsity Football

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2020 Football Information

Head Coach Shawn Dodd shawn.dodd@weschools.org Freshmen Coach Patrick Kwiatkowksi patrick.kwiatkowski@weschools.org *All students MUST be signed up on Final Forms: https://willoughbyeastlake-oh.finalforms.com/ with ALL forms signed by parent and student. PHYSICAL forms must turned in on the first day of mandatory practice. Bring your own drinking water for all sessions and wear a face covering to and from the facility Voluntary

Froelich extends his career

North’s Dylan Froelich wasn’t ready to hang up his cleats and he won’t have to after his commitment to Notre Dame College earlier this month. Froelich, a 6-foot, 200-pounder, announced his decision on April 11. “I am beyond blessed to be able to continue playing the sport I love,” he said. “Most people have the

North’s Ethan Spoth makes his pick

Over the weekend, 254 former college football players realized a lifelong dream when they heard their name called during the 2020 NFL Draft. On Sunday, North junior Ethan Spoth locked down a dream of his own when he verbally committed to continue his education and football career at the University of Toledo. “Knowing that I

North rallies for win over Brush

EASTLAKE—The North Rangers scored 15 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to beat visiting Brush on Friday 28-21. Junior quarterback Chris Molica led the way for the Rangers on offense with three rushing touchdowns and a key fourth-down conversion to seal the game. The Rangers’ defense made life difficult for the Arcs’ offense as they

Molica’s big day not enough as Rangers fall at Madison

MADISON—North’s Chris Molica ran for 175 yards and three touchdowns but it wasn’t enough as the Rangers fell at Madison on Thursday, 50-20. The Blue Streaks led just 21-13 at halftime thanks to a touchdown in the final minute of the first half. Madison opened the second half with the ball and scored again to

Ranger rally falls short at South

WILLOUGHBY—One big play was the difference in North’s 10-7 setback at rival South on Friday. That play happened early in the second quarter with the Rebels leading 3-0. South quarterback Justin Grosel threw a jump ball to Eastern Michigan commitment Rico Small, who outjumped two North defenders to make the catch. He then turned and

Rangers looking forward to rivalry game

North coach Shawn Dodd typically prefers his team to have a short memory, but he’ll excuse the Rangers as they prepare for their rivalry game at South on Friday if they reflect back on last year’s 37-29 win over the Rebels that snapped a 16-year losing streak in the series. Dodd hopes the rivalry week

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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