Category: Sports

Volleyball: Union 3, Denver 1

September 17, 2019 at Denver
Union 25 25 23 25Denver 11 8 25 23
                       kills assists digs blocksBehrens, Ellie 0 0 0 2Bush, Jaiden 0 0 2 0Bush, Jasmyn 11 0 8 4 Driscol, Allie 1 43 4 1Gates, Aubrey 7 0 0 3Glenn, Sam 1 0 1 3Nolan, Lexie 8 0 13 2Olson, Belle 0 0 0 0Weber, Belle 20 0 4 4Winkelpleck, Sophie 3 4 11 4
 

Cross Country: Boys 5th at Starmont

at Starmont – September 17, 2019
Team
1. Center Point-Urbana 23
2. North Fayette Valley 73
3. Jesup 84
5. Union 102
Individual
4. Lake LeBahn 17:17
5. Lane Hennings 17:58
23. Johnathan Bronner 19:14
30. Jack Thomsen 19:50
40. Ryan Bowers 20:26

Cross Country: Girls 10th at Starmont

at Starmont – September 17, 2019
Team
1. Center Point-Urbana 41
2. Jesup 67
3. Starmont 72
10. Union 265
Individual
51. Alex Hall 25:09
52. Elle Hookham 25:17
53. Emma Shirk 25:25
54. Carlie Hoppe 25:28
55. Grace Asmussen 25:34

Charles City 14, Union 6

The Union Knights played their best game of the season on the road against the Class 3A Charles City Comets, but a couple of key fumbles on offense proved costly in a 14-6 non-district loss on Friday night. Leading 7-0 midway through the second quarter, the Comets pounced on a snap that sailed over Union quarterback Brandon Tompkins’ head. Set up at the Union seven yard line, Charles City needed just two plays to double the lead to 14-0.
The Knights, playing with grit and determination, responded to adversity with thir best offensive possession of the game, taking the ensuing kickoff and moving the ball 72 yards for a score of their own. The drive was highlighted by dazzling runs by Tompkins and running back Brayden Grosse, punctuated by a short touchdown pass from Tompkins to Hunter Heitmann. Scoring with less than a minute remaining in the half, Union trailed 14-6 at the half.
The second half proved to be a defensive slugfest. After surrendering a combined 54 points in the second halves of their first two games, the Union defense closed the game strong against Charles City. The Comets could only muster a pair of three and outs before the Union defense made a fourth down stop midway through the fourth quarter.
Taking over on their own 38, the Knights were driving inside the Charles City ten yard line when the Comets recovered a Union fumble, then ran out the clock to thwart the Knights’ rally.
Union returns home on Friday night, where they will face second ranked (Class 1A) Dike-New Hartford.

Volleyball: Union 3, Hudson 1

September 10, 2019 at La Porte City
Hudson 23 25 21 21
Union    25 22 25 25
                         kills assists digs blocks serves aces
Behrens, Ellie 0 0 0 1 0-0 0
Bush, Jasmyn 25 2 0 1 0-0 0
Driscol, Allie 3 40 0 2 0-0 0
Glenn, Sam 5 0 0 5 0-0 0
Nolan, Lexi 4 1 0 2 0-0 0
Weber, Belle 14 3 11 3 0-0 0
Winkelpleck, Sophie 4 3 5 0 0-0 0

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