Warsaw Community High School’s Jaylen Reese has sunk his share of big buckets for the Tigers, and the senior announced and signed his intent to continue his education and basketball play at Grace College next school year.
Reese is a two year starter and key figure for coach Doug Ogle’s Tigers as the squad seeks its fifth-consecutive Northern Lakes Conference crown down the stretch this season.
While Reese has been a leader for the Tigers on the basketball court, serving as team captain in there of his four years with Tiger Basketball, the senior sharp shooter has been scoring in the community and classrooms as well.
A scholar-athlete award winner, Reese has compiled a 10.75 GPA through seven semesters. Reese is a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, Octagon Club, and helps with Intramural Basketball.
In the community, Reese has served with Camp With An Impact as a counselor, Feed My Starving Children, Grace College and Tiger Basketball Camp counselling, Boys and Girls Club, and he has served with a local car show.
Reese plans on majoring in Biology and Pre-Med at Grace. Grace is a member of the NAIA, the NCCAA, and the Lancers compete in the Crossroads League.
Pictured (L-R) – Front Row: Amy Reese, Jaylen Reese, Chris Reese; Back Row: Dave Anson (WCHS Athletics), Eric Bowen (Grace College Basketball), and Doug Ogle (WCHS Basketball).