Union Impressive In Home Opener As Titans Crush Enumclaw 38-7

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 12, 2010

Last week in a 20-6 loss to #1 Bellevue, the 2010 Union Titans showed flashes of being a very good football team.

Saturday afternoon, Union showed that they are for real as the Titans had very little resistance from Enumclaw in their 38-7 win. The #6 ranked 3A football team could not slow down Titans RB Brandon Brody-Heim who had 2 rushing TD’s and 122 rushing yards.

For the second week in a row, Union had a first time starting QB as Kaben Humphrey-Butler took over or injured QB Tanner Nelson. Humphrey-Butler threw for a score, and also ran one in from 26 yards out.

Sr. RB/OLB Zak Browning’s 39 yard rushing TD on just the Titans second offensive snap was a good indication of how the day was about to go for Union

Union improves to 1-1 on the season with the win, and will play their final game away from McKenzie Stadium next Friday night when they travel into Oregon to face Westview at 7:30 pm.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Enumclaw Hornets
0
0
7
0

7

Union Titans
7
14
10
7

38

first quarter

UNI – Zak Browning 39 run (kick good)

second quarter

UNI – Brandon Brody-Heim 37 run (kick good)

UNI – T.J. Boatright 1 pass from Kaben Humphrey-Butler (kick good)

third quarter

UNI – Humphrey-Butler 27 run (kick good)

ENU – Tyler Carlson 4 pass from
Dylan Podoiak (kick good)

UNI – Hudson Poissant 29 FG

forth quarter

UNI – Brody-Heim 2 run (kick good)

Leaders

Rushing — Enumclaw: Marcus Joshlin 11-51; Union: Brody-Heim 16-122, Browning 7-61, Humphrey-Butler 12-59, Ryan Stanford 6-29.

Passing — Enumclaw: Podalak 10-23-0-111; Union: Humphrey-Butler 6-9-1-116, Connor Bartmess 1-1-0-21.

Receiving — Enumclaw: Terenn Houk 4-40, Carlson 2-28, Jason Greer 2-21, Derek Forza 1-14, Holdener 1-8; Union: Ray Burney 2-58, Gabe Rego 3-57, Boatright 2-22.

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Comments

6 Responses to “Union Impressive In Home Opener As Titans Crush Enumclaw 38-7”

  1. wsumj on September 12th, 2010 9:58 am

    Typical Union football.. Taking care of business. Nice win.

  2. I woulda been all state if I played. They don't get it... on September 12th, 2010 11:32 am

    You have your box score in reverse.

  3. Tiannam on September 12th, 2010 12:27 pm

    Union loves playing 3A teams.

    Except for Camas.

  4. wsumj on September 12th, 2010 1:40 pm

    Except for Camas? Are you kidding? Union LOVES to play Camas.
    They OWN Camas. In fact, Union is IN Camas. It’s their backyard.

  5. Tiannam on September 12th, 2010 1:44 pm

    Yeah because they’re playing Camas this year. Oh wait. They’re not.

  6. camas on September 12th, 2010 4:59 pm

    Haha union has never owned camas. Camas’ coaches made some really bad conservative calls in the 4th quarter that cost their players the game. Union is a great team, I’m not discrediting that at all but I don’t see why everyone thinks there can only be one good team around. Everytime camas and union go head to head you can expect for there to be a nail-biting game. I am graduated from camas now and would like to see them as well as union and skyview do well this season because they all bring the eyes of scouts to our boys around here and give the gshl the proper recognition it deserves. If you ask me, every gshl football team should have your respect right now.

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