Pokémon GO takes over Cedarville?
by Daine Halsey
Pokémon GO came out in 2016, and it was a huge hit. Lots of people were intrigued by the new virtual world that it offered. It was hard to go anywhere without seeing the majority of people looking down at their phone trying to “catch ‘em all.”
However, for most people, this was just a fad. They joined the trend, but once the hype dissipated, they deleted the app and never thought about it again. But, for others it became a hobby. In fact, it became more than a hobby; ...
‘Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous’ Is a Masterpiece Made Before Its Time
By Sam Acosta
In a world oversaturated with sitcoms, it is hard to find any with much to offer beyond a few crude jokes. It seems as if there are no more original ideas for the genre, with most modern shows being simple copy-and-paste replicas of more successful predecessors like the seemingly endless “Office” and “Friends” clones. There are, however, a few hidden gems out there, shows with both originality and quality. “Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous” is one of those gems.
‘Scream’ Has More to Offer Than Your Average Slasher
By Sam Acosta
[Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers.]
When I first found out about this “requel” (reboot sequel) to the iconic slasher series, I figured it was just another cash grab aimed at classic horror fans. With the number of reboots made in the last several years, most with middling results, I have come to approach such films with preemptively low expectations.
However, I must admit I was thoroughly impressed with this new installment in the series. Not only did it ...
Heading into its Third Season, ‘Servant’ Refuses to be Categorized
By Ben Hiett
I’m not a fan of films that try to cheaply surprise their viewers with grandiose twists or originality for originality’s sake. That said, I’m also less of a fan of sitting through various retellings of the same story over and over again. If I’m going to watch something, I’d rather it be something I haven’t seen before, with that originality having a purpose beyond simply trying to surprise the audience.
All that to say, “Servant” surprised me. Indeed, I was ...
Cedarville Drops Tight Matchup Against Malone
By Josh Decker
The Yellow Jackets fell to the current G-MAC leaders Malone by a score of 74-70 on Saturday afternoon.
Cedarville led for 28 minutes against the Pioneers who are currently atop the G-MAC standings, but failed to finish the job.
With the loss, Cedarville’s record now stands at 9-6 in the regular season, including 5-3 in the G-MAC.
Senior Kollin VanHorn led the Jackets offensively, scoring 19 points and amassing the 1,000-point mark for his Cedarville career.
Senior Branden ...
Lady Jackets Beat Tiffin Dragons with Conference Playoff Implications
By Maggie Fipps
The Cedarville women’s basketball team narrowly won an important divisional game, beating the Tiffin Dragons 69-68. They improved their conference record to 6-4 in what may prove to be a crucial game as they attempt to advance to the GMAC tournament in March.
The Jackets slowly drifted through the first quarter, starting with losing the opening tipoff, and their first points didn’t come till four minutes in.
However, the tone changed in the second quarter when the team ...
Yellow Jackets Swarm Tiffin with Second Half Effort
By Josh Decker
The Cedarville men’s basketball team rallied from an early first-half deficit to sneak past the visiting Tiffin Dragons 81-77 on Thursday night.
The victory improves the Jackets’ regular-season record to 10-6, including a 6-3 mark in G-MAC conference play.
Senior Kollin Van Horn set the pace for the Cedarville offense, dropping 16 points on an efficient 7-11 from the floor and Branden Maughmer poured in 15 points, including a pair of triples to control the offense.
Cedarville Fights Through COVID-19 to Defeat Malone
By Grace Mowrey
The Cedarville Women’s Basketball Team Edges Out the Malone Pioneers 72-69. The Lady Jackets came into the game off a dominant, double-digit win against Lake Erie last Saturday, but they had since dealt with COVID-19 struggles that canceled their game on Thursday, January 13.
“We didn’t really practice as a full team until Saturday morning,” head coach Jason Smith said.
The Lady Jackets showed some rustiness on the offensive side of the ball but found a rhythm as ...
Jackets Top Walsh Behind Maughmer’s Offensive Performance
By Josh Decker
The Cedarville men’s basketball team put together a thrilling 76-73 victory over the visiting Walsh Cavaliers on Thursday night.
The victory marks the Jackets’ second straight win and moves Cedarville into first place in the G-MAC. The Jackets’ record now stands at 9-5 and 5-2 within the conference.
Senior Branden Maughmer scored 23 points, including a couple of key baskets down the stretch to lead the Jackets offensively.
Senior Conner TenHove finished with a ...