Eastlake North Boys Junior Varsity Football

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North FB @ Chardon Tickets Available Online

Here is the link for fans to purchase tickets online for Chardon’s football game vs North.  Both schools are using TicketRoar! Student tickets can still be purchased at North for $4 http://www.eventbrite.com/e/chardon-vs-north-football-tickets-26097808247?aff=Visitor

High School Football Preview Show at Happy Moose 8/15, 6:30

football-preview-show_85x11 (1)   High School Football Preview Show Hosted by Charlie Malta, Ray Milavec, & The News Herald’s John Kampf LIVE BROADCAST – Monday, August 15th, 6:30 – 9:00pm Meet the Coaches, Co-Ordinators, Captains & Cheerleaders! from HAPPY MOOSE 7693 Reynolds Road in Mentor Plus, enjoy $4 Appetizer Night!

2016 North Football Important Dates

June 1,2-team practice 2:30-7:30 June 4-Golf Outing 3pm Lost Nation June 6-30-lifting/conditioning every Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs from 9-12 June 25-26-7 on 7 TBA July 6,7,13,14,20,21-team practice 2:30-7:30 July 18,19-Ranger Camp July 11, 12-lifting/conditioning 9-12 August 1-two a days start August 6-Black and Orange/open practice August 14-pool party Nothing on May 27, 28, 29, 30,

Congratulations Zane!

Zane Bunnell signed his National Letter of Intent today to attend and play football for Malone University.  Congratulations to him and his family on this tremendous accomplishment!  

Eastlake North High School Varsity Football beat Kenston High School 38-20

Friday, October 9, 2015 7:00 PM Kenston High School AWAY 20 Eastlake North High School HOME 38 Game Recap Homecoming victory for the Rangers! Zane Bunnell set a new single game rushing TD record with 5. He also had 266 yds rushing. Kenny Uzarevic added 133 yards and a TD Box Scores 1 2 3

Eastlake North High School Varsity Football beat NORMANDY 41-6

Friday, September 4, 2015 7:00 PM NORMANDY AWAY 6 Eastlake North High School HOME 41 Game Recap Senior quarterback Zane Bunnell and halfback Kenny Uzarevic, set a blistering pace in the first half as the Rangers rolled to leads of 14-0 after the first quarter and 35-0 at halftime. Operating behind an offensive line anchored