Union Powers Their Way To 34-14 Win At Westview

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 18, 2010

The Union Titans again faced a ranked team, this time #8 Westview of Oregon. The Titans won on the road 34-14.

Union went into the break tied at 14 with the Wildcats.  Titans RB Zak Browning 5 yard TD run had given the Titans a 14-7 lead before Westview’s Jordan Bacon returned the kick 88 yards for a TD with only 13 seconds left in the half.

The second half belonged to Zak Browning and the Titans. Browning scored 3 more rushing TD’s including one from 56 yards out and ended the night with 285 rushing yards on 35 carries.

Union improves to 2-1 on the season with the win and will host Kelso Friday, 5:00 p.m. at McKenzie Stadium

Experts Picks

Bryan – Union √
Mike – Westview x
Cody – Union √

Union photographer Miller Lowe’s game pictures

View all 74 of Miller’s photos from the Union v Westview game.

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Union Titans


Westview Wildcats


First quarter

U — Kieran Weatherspoon 22 fumble return (Hudson Poissant kick)

Second quarter

W — Carey 31 pass from Belden(kick good)

U — Zak Browning 5 run (Poissant kick)

W — Jordan Bacon 88 kickoff return (kick good)

Third quarter

U — Browning 3 run (Poissant kick)

Fourth quarter

U — Browning 56 run (kick failed)

U — Browning 7 run (Poissant kick)


Rushing — Union — Zak Browning 35-285, Brandon Brody-Heim 5-23, Ryan Stanford 5-17, Jordan Newman 4-15.

Passing — Union — Kaben Humphrey-Butler 6-14-1-43.

Receiving — Union — Brody-Heim 2-18, Browning 3-16, Ray Burney 1-9.

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7 Responses to “Union Powers Their Way To 34-14 Win At Westview”

  1. 40 on September 18th, 2010 8:36 am

    Browning is a stud. Did Brody-Heim get hurt?

  2. FORUM(Friend of Rabid Union Moms) on September 18th, 2010 10:28 am

    Brody-Heim may have suffered a slight injury from a wondering foot to the side of his helmet, but I cannot substantiate that for sure. Apparently he was feeling much better by the end of the game.

    Enter Zach Browning: With Brody-Heim sidelined, Zach literally took over the game, punishing the defense play after play, run after run. One of the most impressive efforts I’ve seen in years – the guy doesn’t know the word “quit”. Also have to give a big high five to the O-line which blew Westview’s D-line off the ball most of the night! Nice effort by the defense as well! All in all, a good win against a quality opponent

  3. Knute on September 18th, 2010 12:07 pm

    FORUM – love it! Thank you for the update. I am curious what it looks like for T. Nelson & when he might be able to play again?

    40, I’m not comfortable giving scores on my picks. You & I both got called out by Heritage, and quite correctly too.Can’t tell if it’s Skyview or Heritage that has a split personality. HHS follows a bad loss with a good loss, SHS follows a great win with a bad win. Going by what my perception of both teams are, at least.

    Very curious to see how the power rankings shake out after this week.

  4. Hydro on September 18th, 2010 1:10 pm

    Power rankings is a very good question and I am sure the site will have a difficult time since the Camas signature win is against a Timberline team who is now 1 win and two losses. Good luck with this one “B” Controversy!

  5. Uhs on September 18th, 2010 2:43 pm

    Video for this game?

  6. Eowyn Amarie on September 18th, 2010 7:49 pm

    Sounds like a great game from Union. I am a lot busier this year and have yet to see them actually play. My son’s a junior and played on the Freshman team with Brody-Heim. He was a beast then and we all believed he would continue to be so. Hope he is okay. And though I expected Browning to play well, from the sounds of it, he totally blew all expectations up and out!

    Hope I get to see some Titan football this coming Friday!

  7. ZB 4 Prez on September 19th, 2010 10:57 pm

    Step right up! get your tickets to the Zak Browning show!!

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