Game Recap – Union 41 Westview 14

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 15, 2011

The Union Titans jumped all over the visiting Westview Wildcats Thursday night. Union scored 24 points in the first half as Gabe Rego scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and Treve Ensley got on the board first with a 15 yard fly sweep run. The second quarter Union added 10 more to go up 34-0. It did not take the Titans long to get to a running clock as QB Kaben Humphrey-Buttler punched in a 1 yard run on the opening second half drive. The Wildcats scored a pair of late scores after the clock was running.

Union improves to 2-1 on the season with the win. The Titans will travel to Kelso (0-2) next Friday atSchroeder Field, 7:00 p.m.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Union √
Mike – Union √
Cody – Union √
Josh – Union √
wsumj- Union √
Coin flip - Westview X

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Westview Wildcats
0
0
7
7

14

Union Titans
24
10
7
0

41

first quarter

Uni – Treve Ensley 15 run (Trent Cowan kick)
Uni – Gabe Rego 15 run (Cowan kick)

Uni – Trent Cowan 34 Field Goal

Uni – Rego 3 run (Cowan kick)

second quarter

Uni – Tanner Nelson 25 pass from Kaben Humphrey-Buttler (Cowan kick)
Uni – Trent Cowan 28 Field Goal

third quarter

Uni – Humphrey-Buttler 1 run (Cowan kick)
Wes – Dylan Fields 36 pass from C.J. Garcia (kick good)

forth quarter

Wes – Garcia 10 run (kick good)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Westview: Jordan Bacon 9-19, Jarell Williams 9-11, Brice Leion 1-5, C.J. Garcia 5-(-6); Union: Rego 14-64; Ensley 3-22, Humphrey-Butler 7-18, John Reynolds 3-8, Cody Gromes 2-5, Taala Letioa 1-3.

Passing — Westview: Garcia 14-25-2-130, Julius Rucker 1-1-0-4; Union: Humphrey-Butler 8-12-0-165

Receiving — Westview: Dylan Fields 4-67, Kyle Henderson 3-29, Bacon 3-9, Rafael Bereket 1-2, Justin Leatherman 1-17, Tyler Horst 1-(-2), Daniel Abdie 1-8, Brett Kious 1-4. Union: Nelson 4-66, Cowan 2-92, Rego 1-7, Ensley 1-0

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Comments

18 Responses to “Game Recap – Union 41 Westview 14”

  1. john doe on September 15th, 2011 9:50 pm

    UNION showed why they are a big name program they beat up on other programs. watch out for this team this year i feel they could do some special things. Go Titans !!

  2. Ketto on September 16th, 2011 12:19 am

    ….they beat up on other programs with bad records (Westview is now 0-3.)

    Right.

  3. K-nute' on September 16th, 2011 11:39 am

    My man 22 punched one in last night, so I gotta make good on my promise. – See name revision – Not bad for not being full strength. Anyone taking notice of KB-H’s arm strength? 50 yards in the air on the money! QB that can throw, and I mean THROW!

  4. Tiannam on September 16th, 2011 1:20 pm

    I went to the game… Westview is so bad. I mean terrible. I was tempted to go put on one of their uniforms at halftime and start to actually do something for their team. It was a joke.

  5. titanfan on September 16th, 2011 2:08 pm

    westview might have been bad. but union has KEY players injured right now. AJ anderson Brandon Brody Hiem and Tre Christensen. and there right tackle Jordan Gustafson is still suspended for 1 more game. when all these weapons come back Union will be the team to BEAT!! go TITANS!!!!

  6. hydro on September 16th, 2011 5:42 pm

    Feel sorry for
    Kelso next weekend. Please don’t make me drive home at halftime.

  7. waterboy on September 17th, 2011 8:29 am

    team to beat? Skyview will beat Union. Mark my words. Union is not “THE” team to beat

  8. paperpower on September 17th, 2011 10:50 am

    union is so old news. an average 4A football team that will beat up on the crappy teams, struggle to get into the playoffs, then get blown out when they face a real team from up north. hate to break it to the union faithful, but your time has come and gone. the greater vancouver all star team of years past has left the building.

  9. UMom on September 17th, 2011 11:18 am

    If I remember right, our Titans beat a team up north last weekend and did a pretty dang good job of it! They are doing an awesome and I’m so proud of who they are. GO TITANS!

  10. UMom on September 17th, 2011 11:19 am

    *They are doing an awesome job (is what I meant).

  11. Hydro on September 17th, 2011 11:26 am

    paperpower, you are truly funny!! Great post.

  12. That guy on September 17th, 2011 1:38 pm

    Union has beat two VERY weak teams from up north. Not playoff Contenders. I agree with Waterboy, Skyview is the team to beat and WILL beat Union. 4A will play out almost just like last year. That league seems to be getting weaker and weaker every year.

  13. "Expert" Mike on September 17th, 2011 2:22 pm

    I think Union and Skyview both have question marks leading up to their big showdown.

    Skyview has struggled defensively slowing legit, top-10 teams (both Sherwood and that Idaho team that I’m not going to try to spell). If Skyview can slow down the top teams in our state in the 1st round or quarterfinals is a question.

    Union’s performance against Bothell was not good. Their pass defense was torched (just like last year when it counted most late in the game against Skyview and again against Bothell in the playoffs). However, Union has done a heck of a job this year without arguably it’s top 2 players. That says a lot. Imagine if Skyview was missing their top 2 players (I’d say Parker Henry and Kaben).

    Skyview’s Parker Henry may be the best RB in SW WA. Yes, possibly better than Brandon Brody-Heim. We haven’t seen enough of Brody-Heim this to decide for sure.

    One thing is for certain: Skyview vs. Union should be another great game. Skyview has the most firepower and starpower this year (it will always be this way, with Camas..sometimes Union, sometimes Skyview). This is SKyview’s time. But at the same time, Union has enough to get it done as well. Games are not won on paper. I expect Skyview to win that game, if you’re a betting man, you go with what is on paper. But we will see.

  14. Tiannam on September 17th, 2011 2:35 pm

    Camas was missing Logan Grindy and Zach Marshall for all their playoff games… I don’t think missing your two star players is an excuse.

  15. football fan on September 17th, 2011 4:18 pm

    why is everybody so critical on this site? It doesn’t matter who the best team is players go out every friday to play the game, not whine about who’s the best team. Maybe you should just enjoy the game instead of arguing over who’s the best and cutting everybody down

  16. K-nute' on September 18th, 2011 8:51 am

    This game was played on Thursday, how come all the Friday videos are up but this one isn’t?

  17. Bryan Levesque on September 18th, 2011 9:22 am

    K-nute’ – We had an issue with our video quality Thursday night. There won’t be a highlight video form this game. Hopefully we don’t run into the same issues with any further games. Sorry guys!

  18. K-nute' on September 18th, 2011 9:27 am

    ahhh…bummer – lots of good plays. Thanks, Bryan – didn’t mean to sound negative there, you just got us all so spoiled – you da man!

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