Eastlake North Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

crop_original Latest photo galleries

rss_feed Latest News

Rangers fall short at Walsh Jesuit

North’s shortened season came to an end with a 37-26 loss at Walsh Jesuit in a Division I sectional semifinal on Saturday. The Rangers held a slight 18-12 advantage at halftime but some clutch shooting from Walsh’s Abby Garner in the third quarter shifted the momentum to the Warriors and North never recovered. “We had

North seniors make final stand

EASTLAKE—North held its Senior Day earlier this season but that didn’t stop the Rangers’ five 12th graders from making a final stand in a 67-30 win over rival South on Wednesday. Abby Carter, Avril Drew, Madison Vitello, Hailie Wilson and Kailynn Kononow all scored in their final home game of the high school careers. “I

Balanced Rangers win third straight

North had three players score in double figures as the Rangers topped visiting Twinsburg on Monday, 55-25. With the win, the Rangers improved to 8-4 overall and extended their winning streak to three straight games. “We defended well,” said North coach Paul Force of his team’s key to victory. “It took a little while for

Hamilton’s career night leads North to second straight win

Cece Hamilton’s strengths center on her ability to distribute the basketball to North’s leading scorings. In Saturday’s 44-30 win over visiting Riverside, Hamilton played a different role as she scored a career-high 11 points in the Senior Night victory. “It felt really good to be able to step up and contribute to our win today,”

North rolls to win at South

WILLOUGHBY—For 16 minutes of their rivalry game at South on Wednesday, the North Rangers were in jeopardy of losing to the Rebels for the first time since Dec. 13, 2014. South opened the game with an 11-8 lead but the Rangers rallied to take a 24-20 lead into halftime. North then exploded for 48 points

North dominates boards in win over Andrews

North dominated the glass in fending off visiting Andrews-Osborne Academy in a 68-55 non-conference win on Monday. The Rangers pulled down 32 rebounds to just 14 for the Phoenix. “It was rebound by committee out there,” said North coach Paul Force. “We had a lot of girls make impact plays on both ends. I saw

Rangers slow down Wildcats

Key adjustments on defense helped North to slow down host Mayfield in a 52-34 Western Reserve Conference win on Saturday. The Rangers held the Wildcats to just three points in the third quarter. “Mayfield had been clicking lately,” said North coach Paul Force. “We for sure have noticed they’d been on a winning streak and

Depth leads North to win over Madison

EASTLAKE—North’s one-two punch of Abby Carter and Avril Drew is sure to give any opponent fits this season. On Saturday, that dynamic duo combined for 40 points but North also had several other players make key plays in a 59-38 conference win over visiting Madison. “It’s nice to have a little better balance,” said North

Rangers find balance in win over Mentor

North came out on top in a battle of Lake County’s top girls’ basketball teams on Wednesday. Abby Carter scored a game-high 26 points to lead the Rangers to the 60-44 victory over visiting Mentor. “It was nice to get a home game in tonight,” said North coach Paul Force. “Everything felt a little bit

Rangers roll in season opener

There was nothing ordinary about North’s offseason so naturally, the Rangers turned in an extraordinary performance in a 64-43 season-opening win at Cleveland Heights on Monday. The Rangers, who have been sidelined for the first two months of the season due to a school-district wide pause of athletic activities, pulled away from the Tigers in