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Game Recap – Union 31 Kentlake 7 | Greater St. Helens League Football

Game Recap – Union 31 Kentlake 7

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 12, 2011

Union took a 10-0 lead into the half, then rolled in the second half to a 31-7 road win over #6 Kentlake to advance to the 4A Quarterfinals. Leading 3-0 with less than a minute to go in the half, Union Punter Trent Cowan took a fake punt 48 yards for a touchdown and a 10-0 halftime lead. In the second half, Gabe Rego ran in a touchdown from 59 yards then ran back an interception 69 yards to extend the titans lead to 24-0 in the 4th quarter. A Brandon Brody-Heim 56 yard touchdwon run late in the 4th put the icing on the cake for the Titans. Rego ran 18 times for 142 yards and had 2 interceptions while Brody-Heim ran for 144 yards on 25 carries. Kentlake RB Nu’U Vaifale scored from 10 yards out in the games final minute.

Union improves their record to 9-2 on the season with the win. The Titans will travel to the winner of Saturdays game between Bethel (8-2) and #2 Woodinville (10-0) Friday or Saturday, time and location TBD in the Quarterfinals of the WIAA State Playoffs.

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Bryan – Union √
Mike – Union √
Cody – Union √
Josh – Kentlake X
wsumj – Kentlake X

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second quarter
Uni – Trent Cowan 21 field goal
Uni – Cowan 48 run (Cowan kick)

third quarter
Uni – Gabe Rego 59 run (Cowan kick)

forth quarter
Uni – Rego 69 interception return (Cowan kick)
Uni – Brandon Brody-Heim 56 run (Cowan kick)

KL – Nu’U Vaifale 10 run (Mitchell Habryle kick)

Individual statistics

RUSHING — Union — Brody-Heim 25-144, Rego 18-142, Cowan 1-48, A.J. Anderson 1-11, Tanner Nelson 2-(-6). Team 3-(-5). Kentlake: Stephon Vaifale 13-71, Caleb Saulo 8-27, Tanner Lucas 5-16, Darryl Parker 1-13, N. Vaifale 2-12, Steffin Church 5-(-16).

PASSING — Union — Kaben Humphrey-Butler 2-5-0-10. Kentlake: Church 3-5-0-30, Saulo 3-9-2-29.

RECEIVING — Union — Anderson 1-5, Brody-Heim 1-5. Kentlake: N. Vaifale 2-33, Austin Pernell 3-14, Andre Marticio 1-12.


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4 Responses to “Game Recap – Union 31 Kentlake 7”

  1. sawg on November 12th, 2011 3:57 am

    Union was underestimated don’t you think Bryan

  2. therookie911 on November 12th, 2011 11:15 am

    It was by far the best game UNION has played all year. Not just because of the win, but they just executed the best they have all year. Interesting UNION did very little passing.(almost none) Anyone have an opinion on the UNION vs. WOODINVILLE or UNION vs. BETHEL.. UNION has not had a lot of luck at Pop Keeney.

  3. wsumj on November 12th, 2011 9:25 pm

    WOW!! 9:54 mark… That CLEARLY was a Union fumble recovery and the side judge was right on top of that.
    Sympathy call?

  4. Get real on November 13th, 2011 1:35 pm

    He didn’t have possession before he went out of bounds

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