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Northcutt’s Stunner Leads Jackets to 3-0 Win Over Ursuline

by Grace Mowery Coming off a dramatic 5-2 win against Tiffin, the Cedarville Lady Jackets defeated the Ursuline College Arrows 3-0 on Saturday afternoon in front of a homecoming crowd. Cedarville is now 5-3-1 overall with a promising 5-1-0 record in the G-MAC which has them sitting at third in the conference. Both teams had a quiet first half, although Cedarville played solid defense, led by senior Mackenzie Northcutt, and pressured Ursuline throughout the half. Cedarville came up with five ...

Cedarville’s Season Ends With G-MAC Championship Loss to Malone

by Josh Decker Following an impressive semifinal win over No. 2 Findlay Friday night, the No. 6 Cedarville Yellow Jackets’ season ended with a disappointing 77-59 loss to Malone in the 2020-2021 G-MAC championship. Cedarville was led offensively by senior Conner TenHove, who dropped 18 points on 7-14 shooting from the field, and junior Branden Maughmer, who scored 13 on 6-12 shooting. Cedarville fell behind early in the game, surrendering baskets quickly and going down 11-4 by the ...

Cedarville Volleyball Takes Sixth Straight With Dominate Win Over Ohio Valley

by Abigail Hintz A seven-man Ohio Valley (0-9) squad was unable to contest with a sharp Cedarville (8-2) side Wednesday night as the Jackets snagged their sixth win and third sweep in a row over the Fighting Scots. It was a well-deserved win for the Lady Jackets who did not play to their competition but rather showed their dominance as they begin to round out their regular season. The Jackets sit at third place in the G-MAC conference behind Hillsdale and Walsh. Cedarville has clinched ...

Yellow Jackets Fall to No. 21 Findlay in Home Finale

by Josh Decker The Cedarville Yellow Jackets lost a close 65-61 contest to NABC Division II No. 21 Findlay (16-4) on Wednesday night in the final home game of the regular season for Cedarville. The loss is the Jackets’ second straight, and Cedarville drops to 10-7 in the G-MAC where they sit at fifth place. Junior Branden Maughmer paced the Jackets’ offense, scoring 19 points on an efficient 9-13 from the floor. Junior Isaiah Speelman finished the night with 12 points, and freshman ...