Experienced Bears Ready to Compete for Region Title


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By Chris Lash Publisher

Union City Bears Coach Randy Gunther enters his 22nd season coaching the 2020 Union City Bears.  Coming off a 5-5 overall 2019 record, and 4-1 in the region, the Bears look to return to the regional title, and go deeper into the playoffs, following last years los to West Middlesex 28-6 in the District 10 Class 1A quarterfinals.

The Bears return some of their top players from last season including Logan Kesselring, Ryan Woinelowicz, Caleb Stuff, Tallin Henry and Cain Greeley.

Union City has spent the past three seasons as a region contender. The Bears won a region title in 2018 with a 5-0 record and lost just one region game in 2017 and 2019. Union City had another winning regular season last year before losing in the playoffs.

Union City’s running game will again be a key, as they play on the road to start off the season at Eisenhower, and Maplewood.  In their wins last season, the offense scored big numbers including a one game high of 56 points.

Union City had five rushers with more than 400 yards last year and two are gone to graduation.  Leading rusher Tallin Henry, who had 709 yards and seven touchdowns on 110 carries last year. Logan Kesselring ran for 531 yards and three touchdowns last year and joins Henry in the backfield along with Caleb Stull, who ran for 416 yards and seven touchdowns.

Kesselring could shift to the line, while Cain Greeley is a returning starter at tight end. The Bears developed a tough rushing game each year, and with several backs ready to go, they just need to address a few areas to keep their high level of play.

On defense Union City allowed 26.4 points per game last year, which was in the middle of the pack in District 10.  Greeley is back at defensive end with Stull at linebacker and Henry in the secondary.

With some help off the bench, the Bears are primed to compete again for another region title.  


(Games start at 7 p.m. unless noted)

Aug. 28 Cochranton*Sept. 4 at Eisenhower*Sept. 11 Iroquois*Sept. 18 at Maplewood*Sept. 25 Saegertown*Oct. 3 Northwestern*, 1 p.m.Oct. 9 West MiddlesexOct. 16 at Seneca*Oct. 23 at Cambridge Springs**Region 2 game