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Bears Playoff Preview
By Chris Lash
I guess we all felt it was a formality, that the West Middlesex Big Red were automatically our first playoff foe on Friday, November 2nd, at a site to be determined. But the fact is, the Red have their first playoff game this Friday, against Cochranton. Following the Bears victory last week, the entire town has been excited about our team heading into the playoffs. So if we do end up playing West Middlesex, what can we expect from their team?
On paper, the two teams are a lot a like. A strong offensive running game is featured by both teams. We happen to have the edge, with our two featured backs, Braydon Kinney, and Gavin Henry, both going over 1,000 yards rushing. When’s the the last time that happened in Union City Bear history? Through the air, our quarterbacks have similar stats, each with a special go to target receiving.
West Middlesex finished the regular season 7 and 2, with losses to Farrel, and Sharpsville, back on October 19th. Last season the Big Red went 1-8, and this season have had a top 4 district defense their entire schedule. And they happen to be in the same region, as Farrel. Some experts have said Farrel is as good as some college teams.
Here are the season stats for the West Middlesex Big Red.
Points Per Game………….30.2
Average Per Rush…………6.1
Average Per Game…………206.6
Lead by Clayton Parrish 1138 yards rushing
QB Jake Bowen 337 yards rushing
Receiver Kaz Hoffman 402 yards receiving 19.1 average per catch and 5 TD’s
We give the Bears offense the upper hand, going up against the Big Red’s strong defense. The Bears being able to stop senior running back Clayton Parrish, will be the difference in the game.
This Friday, during the Bears bye week, they will get a tune up at home, in a pick up game with the Girard Yellowjackets. The game may not count, but will go a long way to keep this outstanding 6-3 Bears team on track, for next weeks possible showdown.