Luke Goodling

Jackets look for second win in a row over 0-4 Tomcats

It had been 322 days since the Yellow Jackets won a football game. Waynesburg broke that streak last week against Geneva College, a school that holds the best rushing offense in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference and ranked eighth in all of Division III. The Waynesburg defense held Geneva to just seven points and 208 yards … Continue reading

Defense set to face triple-option threat from GEN

In the first drive of the game against Bethany College last week, the football team did something it hasn’t done all season in an opening drive – score a touchdown. Despite the positive start, the Yellow Jackets gave up 16 unanswered points to the Bison which led to a 22-13 defeat. Individually, Tyler Perone and … Continue reading

Hurricane affects marine biology students at CCU

Megan Bandi waited three years to study at Coastal Carolina University, as part of Waynesburg’s marine biology program. Then, three weeks into her first semester there, she had to evacuate campus because of a natural disaster. With Costal Carolina University only nine miles from Myrtle Beach, Bandi said the school was in the direct path … Continue reading

Shimek takes over as softball coach

After finishing second-to-last in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference with a 12-20 record last year, Waynesburg University softball will head into the 2019 season under a new coach. Richele Hall, who had a combined record of 56-91-1 over the four years she spent as head coach for the Yellow Jackets, has recently resigned. Following Hall’s departure, … Continue reading

Hot Rod’s destroyed in fire

Late last week, a fire broke out during the early hours of the morning directly outside a restaurant located in downtown Waynesburg, before spreading through the lower level of the building. Hot Rod’s House of Bar-B-Que, a restaurant located on S Morris St., caught fire Thursday, Sept. 6. According to Jeff Marshall, Waynesburg-Franklin Fire Chief, … Continue reading

The happiness she brought

Campus grieves recent death of sophomore nursing student Araella Bornmann

Araella “Rae” Bornmann’s illness was not her story. Her story, her peers say, was built on a foundation of faith. It was her violin at Upper Room on Sunday nights. It was her genuine disposition as a Student Ambassador. It was her continual joy she shared in every conversation. These are the memories Araella left … Continue reading

Snyder planning Kids Fest for locals

For the first time in nearly a decade, a festival geared towards children is returning to Greene County, under the oversight of State Rep. Pam Snyder.  Snyder’s Kids Fest will take place April 28 at the Greene County Fairgrounds, featuring more than 50 tables from different organizations. Amy Hopkins, legislative assistant, approached Snyder with the … Continue reading

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