Dylan Cleland

Jackets look to shock rival Presidents

2014. That was the last time the Waynesburg University Yellow Jacket football team [1-8, 1-7] defeated their Interstate 79 rival, the Washington & Jefferson Presidents [6-3, 5-3]. The Jackets, who took No. 15 ranked Case Western Reserve down to the wire last Saturday before falling, 27-24,   want to finish the season off strong and … Continue reading

Jacket hoops go to work under Fusina

Waynesburg basketball set to open 2019 season this weekend

2,469 miles is what it took for the Waynesburg men’s basketball program to find it’s newest head coach. Tim Fusina takes the reigns for the 2019-20 season, and hopes to lead the Jackets to their first winning record since 2014.  Returning home from Thousand Oaks, California, Fusina was the head man at California Lutheran University … Continue reading

Jackets fall to Case Western Reserve in home finale

Waynesburg 1-8 overall, 1-7 in conference

On a day the Waynesburg football team celebrated its seniors, the Case Western Reserve Spartans stormed John F. Wiley Stadium and for the second time in two years, a Presidents’ Athletic Conference title was celebrated by the opponent. Last season, it was the Washington & Jefferson Presidents, but this year the Spartans [9-0, 8-0] claimed … Continue reading

Festive Fall Vendor Show returns on Saturday

As the weather turns cooler with leaves array, some might start to think of the holidays, which means one thing for most—a rest. Many holiday homemade treats and trinkets will be on display Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Fall Vendor Show at Greene County’s EQT Recreation Center.  The festival is the fourth of its kind … Continue reading

Top five Halloween candies

It’s Halloween Week, which means many people are consuming candy to celebrate the holiday and satisfy their sweet tooth cravings. But what is it about candy that we like? The sweetness, the variety of shapes and sizes it comes in, or whether it’s chocolate based? Personally, chocolate is a favorite and a must. A good … Continue reading

Program aims to better leadership within nonprofits

For the past 15 years, and once again in 2019, the Community Foundation of Greene County is offering an eight session series of classes, focusing on the different aspects of nonprofits to assist people in becoming proficient in the skills necessary to serve on a nonprofit board. Bettie Stammerjohn, executive director of CFGC, said Community … Continue reading

In the news: Three notable headlines

1. Elijah Cummings dies at age 68 Americans received sad news Thursday with the passing of Maryland Democrat and representative for the U.S. House, Elijah Cummings. The Democratic politician is best known for taking on a lead role in checking the background of President Donald Trump, as well as serving on the House Committee on … Continue reading

Cross Country teams head to Oberlin for last meet before conference championship

Jackets will compete at Presidents' Athletic Conference championships Nov. 2

For the Waynesburg University women’s and men’s cross-country squads, this weekend’s trip to Oberlin, Ohio served as a late season bonding experience, but also one final tune-up as the teams ran at the Oberlin-Inter-Regional Rumble in the final regular season meet, with Presidents’ Athletic Conference championships upcoming Nov. 2. Before running Saturday, the teams bussed … Continue reading

Volleyball falls 3-0 at Geneva, losing streak now at nine

Jackets are 2-17 overall, 0-9 in the Presidents' Athletic Conference

Tuesday night ended with  more of the same for the Yellow Jacket volleyball team, another loss. Waynesburg [2-17, 0-9] fell to the Geneva Golden Tornado [15-7, 7-3] in straight sets, 3-0, as the team continues to rebuild and grow its program under second-year head coach Hayley Kirby. The Jackets kept two of the three sets … Continue reading

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