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Preppers Pull Away From Rangers

The shorthanded Lakewood Rangers managed to hang with University School for the first half, then rallied to within 9 points midway through the 4th quarter before the Preppers pulled away for a 70-53 win at the New East Gym.  Junior Hakeem Quran used his entire repertoire–3 point shots, steals, layups–to score 21 to lead all scorers and

Rangers Fall to Bucks Post Quarantine

A spirited Lakewood comeback ultimately fell short as the Rangers fell on the road to Buckeye 67-62.  The Rangers trailed by 13 early in the second half.  But Lakewood turned up their defensive intensity, slowly cutting into the Bucks lead, before finally taking a brief two point lead late in the game.  Much of their comeback came without

Rangers Come Back to Topple Green Wave

The Lakewood Rangers (3-2, 3-1 in the GLC), trailing the Holy Name Green Wave by nine with just over six minutes left in the game, roared back for a very satisfying 72-67 road victory.  Despite the Rangers best efforts, Holy Name used their superior height and strong interior defense to stymie the Rangers dribble-penetration game

Rangers Outlast Panthers in OT

The Lakewood Rangers Boys Basketball team (2-2, 2-1 in the GLC) dug deep tonight to gut out a 82-75 overtime win over the Elyria Catholic Panthers at their classic old gym.  Having given up a 12 point lead in the final 2 minutes, the Rangers bounced back, outscoring the Panthers 12-5 in OT.  Senior Pete

Rangers Drop Home Opener

After a tightly contested first half that ended with the Rangers trailing Valley Forge 36-35, the Patriots used dominance on the boards and good shooting in a 3rd quarter run, then  held off a late Lakewood rally to prevail 71-63.  Junior point guard Riley Ulintz led all Rangers scorers with 19, while senior Ayden Wacker once

Rangers Fall to Bees in the Beehive

In the end, the size advantage of Brecksville-Broadview Heights (5-0) proved too much for the Lakewood Ranger Boys’ Basketball squad (1-1), who fell 74-70 at the cavernous BBH Gym tonight. Using primarily the three point shot, the Rangers managed a narrow 4th quarter lead, but a few empty offensive possessions late in the 4th turned