Dylan Cleland

Tragedy leads to impactful lesson

Tragedies. We hear of them too often. Opportunities. We take too many for granted. Earlier this week, on Sunday afternoon, the nation went into disbelief after numerous reports out of California reported that former National Basketball Association star Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter accident. Hours later, more details were released, and U.S. citizens and … Continue reading

Shooting struggles doom men’s team against Chatham

Fans filtered into the Rudy Marisa Fieldhouse on Wednesday night expecting to see the leading scorer in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, Will Sandherr of the Chatham Cougars, on display. Upon arrival, however, everybody quickly learned he’d be out for the game with an injury. However, there wasn’t much concern for his absence on Waynesburg’s side. … Continue reading

Motorcycles take over Super Bowl Sunday 2020

This year, Super Bowl Sunday falls on Feb. 2, 2020. During the day, however, football won’t be the focus for many in the Greene County area, as the 32nd Annual Motorcycle Swap Meet will be held at the Greene County Fairgrounds. Bobby Deeter, motorcycle enthusiast, started the local event over 30 years ago because of … Continue reading

Grove City’s press too much for Jackets

Waynesburg falls to 3-6 in conference play

Entering Saturday’s game, the Grove City women’s basketball team arrived at the Rudy Marisa Fieldhouse with the top-ranked scoring offense and defense in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. At the end of the day, the Wolverines [15-2, 7-2] left Greene County having increased both averages, holding the Yellow Jackets [4-14, 3-6] to the lowest point total … Continue reading

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

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