Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

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North’s run ends in regional final

North’s postseason run came to an end on Friday with a 62-56 loss to Canton GlenOak. The Rangers rallied back from a 14-point halftime deficit to make it a game in the fourth quarter but never could dig themselves out of the early hole. North ends its season with a 23-4 record and a second

Rangers dance into regional final

Good coaches implement game plans to take advantage of an opponent’s vulnerabilities and good teams execute those game plans to perfection. Sometimes, they even do it on the fly as was the case for the North Rangers, who beat Magnificat in a Division I regional semifinal at the Canton Memorial Civic Center on Tuesday, 60-34.

Rangers win second straight district title

PERRY—It’s never easy to beat a quality team three times in a season but Brush found out on Friday it’s just as difficult to beat the North Rangers. North, who was 2-0 against Brush this season, used a third-quarter run to pull away from the Arcs in a 73-54 in a Division I district championship

North takes down Mentor for first time in 18 years

A lot was riding on North’s Division I sectional semifinal game against Mentor at Perry on Tuesday. With a win, the Rangers would advance to a third straight district title and they’d pick up their first victory over the Cardinals since Feb. 28, 2002. Avril Drew, who wasn’t born the last time North beat Mentor,

Rangers roll into district tournament

It’s never easy beating a team three times in one season but the North Rangers had some extra incentive against rival South in Thursday’s Division I sectional final. The Rangers, who won 83-42, were seeking a fourth straight sectional championship and had the opportunity to close out the first year in the new gym without

Rangers perfect in WRC for second time in three seasons

Olivia Oostdyk posted her second straight double-double to lead North to a 67-39 win over visiting Riverside on Saturday. With the win, the Rangers improved to 19-3 overall and closed out Western Reserve Conference play with a 14-0 record for the second time in the last three seasons. “We felt coming into the season we

Rangers celebrate seniors in style

North celebrated its four seniors with a 69-38 win over visiting South on Wednesday. Equally as important, the Rangers clinched their third straight outright Western Reserve Conference title. “It was a great turnout tonight and I feel that and the emotion of Senior Night had our girls extra locked in,” North coach Paul Force said.

Rangers three-peat as WRC champs

North held off host Kenston’s second-half surge in a 56-53 on Saturday that clinched a third straight Western Reserve Conference title for the Rangers. The three-peat is the first for the Rangers under head coach Paul Force, who took over the program in 2008. “It hasn’t really set in yet as we’ve moved on mentally

Carter records 1,000th point in North’s win at Chardon

Abby Carter scored a game-high 19 points in North’s 65-28 win at Chardon on Wednesday but it was a third-quarter 3-pointer that drew most of the attention. With that long-range shot, Carter recorded the 1,000th point of her high school career. “Becoming part of the 1K club is definitely an exciting accomplishment,” Carter said. “It

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