Eastlake North Girls Varsity Soccer

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Rangers fall short at Geneva

GENEVA—A late goal off of a free-kick proved to be the difference in North’s 1-0 loss at Geneva on Saturday. The Rangers and Eagles had played to a scoreless tie until Geneva’s Makenna Proy converted a free-kick into a goal with just over 12 minutes remaining in the game. “Defensively, we weren’t too bad,” North

Rangers break out in win at Euclid

Last season, North scored a total of nine goals in its 18 games. After Thursday’s 7-0 nonconference win at Euclid, the Rangers now have nine goals in just three contests. “It was nice to see all the hard work come together and see the way we can attack with this new system and formation,” first-year

Rangers open new era with draw against Perry

EASTLAKE—Rae Sirl’s goal midway through the second half earned the North Rangers a draw with visiting Perry in the nonconference season-opener for both teams. Perry scored its goal just 41 seconds into the match but the Ranger shook off that early mistake and gained confidence throughout the match. “We installed a whole new offense and

2020 Girls Soccer Information

EASTLAKE NORTH GIRLS SOCCER   Rick Sirl, Head Coach rsirl72@gmail.com   Dear Players,  INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW: *All students MUST be signed up on Final Forms: https://willoughbyeastlake-oh.finalforms.com/ with ALL forms signed by parent and student. Voluntary training will begin on Monday July 6th Mon, Tues and Thursdays 4:45pm – 6:45 pm and will last through the week

Rangers advance with fourth straight shutout

LYNDHURST—Sydney Helm’s goal with 26 minutes left in the second half carried North to a 1-0 win at Brush in a Division I sectional semifinal on Monday. The win over the Arcs avenged last season’s postseason loss to Brush. “It was huge because this is where we lost last year and were eliminated from the

Rangers down Lakeside for second straight win

It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. Whether or not the North Rangers girls’ soccer team actually believes in that mantra, that’s their reality after downing visiting Lakeside on Thursday, 2-0. The win was the second straight for North, who closed out the regular season with a 2-11-3 record. “The players have kept

Rangers break through for first win

Brooke Lombardo’s shot from distance found the back of the net to give North a 1-0 win at Brush on Monday. The win was the first for the Rangers, who have come close this season but until Monday was unable to pull out a victory. “The girls have shown a great work ethic, positive attitude,

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

Rangers fall short at Chardon

CHARDON—North goalkeeper Tenyjah Thomas was nearly flawless in Tuesday’s Western Reserve Conference showdown at Chardon on Tuesday. Thomas defended her net valiantly but the Rangers couldn’t answer the one goal that Chardon pushed through in the second half and fell, 1-0. “I liked the way the girls played,” North coach Mark Wardeiner said. “We’re still