Trojans claim Tri-County South Title
It was a battle of two unbeaten teams Saturday night at Coaches Field when the Carmichaels Mighty Mikes took on the California Trojans for the top spot in the Tri-County South Conference. For Carmichaels, it was the first game in two weeks after winning at home 26-7 over West Greene on Oct. 2. The Mighty … Continue reading
Against all odds, the Lakers win one for Kobe
No NBA champion has ever faced the amount of adversity the Los Angeles Lakers have this season. It’s impossible to put into words what this title means, but the story of how we got here isn’t one I, or any other Lakers fan, will ever forget. This season tipped off under normal circumstances. With a … Continue reading
Tips on who to start, who to bench this week?
Once again it’s another massively important Sunday in the world of fantasy football. Last week started the grind of the season. This stretch is where champions are made. If you are in a pinch this week, don’t fear, I have some tips for you. Start These Guys Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Miami Dolphins It’s time to … Continue reading
Saturday night showdown for Tri-County South highlights week 6
Jefferson Morgan at Mapletown Jefferson Morgan (2-3, 2-3): Last week, Jefferson Morgan ran into the buzz saw that is the California Trojans. California defeated the Rockets, 65-22. After the first two drives, this game seemed like it could have been a close game until California busted the offense open for four straight scores. This week … Continue reading
What's valued more by league to viewers: Safety or Optics?
If you can remember, it was just a short couple of months ago that players, front office personnel, as well as sports and political pundits were fretting over the NFL’s “lack” of a plan to keep everyone in the league protected from COVID-19. There were many even questioning and doubting that the NFL season was … Continue reading
Sophomore wrestler honored. Motivated to get back on the mat
FloWrestling.com, the top wrestling media outlet, released its Division III rankings and included in it was Waynesburg’s sophomore heavyweight Rocky McGeary. McGeary wasn’t just on the list. He was at the top of the rankings for all Division III heavyweights. “It does mean a lot, but rankings aren’t everything,” McGeary said. “Being honored like that … Continue reading
Both teams testing, Men's team back to practicing
By: Chris Romano & Tyler Zeman Staff Writers For the Yellow Jacket The Waynesburg University basketball teams are back to practice, even with all the uncertainty lingering around the restart of Division III college sports. Practices began on Oct. 1, which is a date they had been targeting for a while. Surprisingly, it comes two … Continue reading
Highlanders roll through Raiders, stay unbeaten in Century conference.
On Friday, Oct. 9, the McGuffey Highlanders traveled to Waynesburg Central to take on the Raiders. After McGuffey won the coin toss and deferred, the Highlanders didn’t look back, winning 54-8. Waynesburg Central got the ball to start the game, and McGuffey’s defense quickly forced a punt giving the Highlander offense its first opportunity of … Continue reading