Game Recap – Union 41 Heritage 10

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 8, 2011

After a slow start and 7-0 first quarter lead, the Union Titans exploded for 2 second quarter touchdowns and a 28-3 halftime lead. Union would go on to win 41-10 as Brandon Brody-Heim and Gabe Rego each ran for a pair of rushing touchdowns and combined to run for 209 yards. A.J. Anderson added a 40 yard punt return for a score as well in his first game as a Titan. Heritage QB Joey Cooper was forced back into the QB role after starter Loren Standiford left the game injured. Cooper passed for 34 yards and ran in the Timberwolves only touchdown from 64 yards out late in the forth quarter.

Union improves their record to 5-1 and 1-0 in league play on the season with the win. The Titans will travel to Battle Ground (4-2 1-1) Thursday at District Stadium, 7:00 p.m. Heritage falls to 1-5 and 0-2 in league play on the season with the loss. The Timberwolves will host Camas (5-1) Friday at McKenzie Stadium, 8:00 p.m.

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First quarter

Uni – Brandon Brody-Heim 2 run (Trent Cowan kick)

Second quarter

Uni – Gabe Rego 6 run (Cowan kick)
Uni – A.J. Anderson 40 punt return (kick failed)
Uni – Brody-Heim 7 run (Brody-Heim run)
Her – Gage Boyce 23 FG

Third quarter

Uni – Rego 46 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

Uni – Brock Sparks 19 run (Cowan kick)
Her – Joseph Cooper 64 run (Boyce kick)


Rushing — Heritage — Joseph Cooper 9-106, Rajheem Carrie 6-6, Nate Jenkins 6-(minus 2), Loren Standiford 2-(minus 15), Gage Boyce 6-24. Union — Brandon Brody-Heim 16-113, Gabe Rego 7-96, Brock Sparks 1-19, Jon Reynolds 6-33, Taala Letioa 3-46, Kaben Humphrey-Butler 4-(minus 22).

Passing — Heritage — Standiford 1-3-1-18, Cooper 4-14-1-34; Union — Humphrey-Butler 6-13-2-60.

Receiving — Heritage — Timothy Hergert 1-18, Jenkins 2-0, Carrie 1-11, E’lon Mack 3-36; Union — A.J. Anderson 3-28, Trent Cowan 2-24, Corey Buendicho 1-7, Jake Hawken 1-2.

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2 Responses to “Game Recap – Union 41 Heritage 10”

  1. K-nute' on October 10th, 2011 9:52 am

    Hat’s off to #8 for Heritage! Pressed into service, he competed his guts out and showed a tremendous amount of pride. HHS will be good sooner rather than later with this kind of coaching and leadership.

    The ref’s, try as they might to enhance the game only take away from it. I’m sure their hearts are in the right place, but this game was over-officiated. White hat needs to reign in his crew. Don’t see the block in the back on the 95yd pick-six.

    Kneel down @ the 1 yd line shows respect for your competition, HHS kneeling with time left is equally respecftul, refreshing to see (all’s I’m saying)

  2. Storm from EWU on October 10th, 2011 12:12 pm

    I saw a lot of good things in this game, especially from #8. Watched him do all he could chasing a Titan into the end zone, when he couldn’t catch him he congratulated the player that scored. Saw guys helping players from the other team up, had the same observation from when HHS played Skyview and from the Battleground team as well the other night. Its cool to see players going all out whistle to whistle and being respectful when the play is done.

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