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Hunek’s Titans Have Many Weapons With The Largest Being Heart!

The Berea-Midpark Titans are once again off to a fast start this season.  They are 3-2, however their win loss record does not tell the entire story.  Through five games they have outscored their opponents by an incredible 232- 168 margin.  Their average win differential has been a whopping 29 points.  While their two losses, have been an average of 10.5 points.

They are coming off a tough loss to unbeaten Amherst, but everyone knows the true heart of a champion is measured on how they respond to tough times and adversity.  Nothing in life comes easy and the best things are worth working the hardest for. 

The Titans are ready to show the rest of the SWC the heart they are bringing this weekend! One thing we know about Jon Hunek coached teams, they play to the whistle every single play no matter the score or record. They were down big against Amherst before rallying back, this team never quits.

Senior quarterback Trevor Bycznski has been handed the keys to this scoring machine.  In the last two weeks alone, he has thrown for 878 yards, tossed 6 passing touchdowns and 1 rushing touchdown.  With his twin brother Jared blocking for him, and head coach Hunek’s fast paced attack, the senior signal caller has flourished for the second straight season.  But Jared is far from the only reason the line is successful, they also boast talented names such as Jack Chapman, Joey Wozniak, Stephen Yerkey and Josh Andrews.  

His current season stats show 1,674 passing yards on 93 of 145 passing with 15 touchdowns next to only 5 interceptions.  This brings his two plus years as starting quarterback statistics to an incredible stature.  Bycznski now has 6,784 yards passing and 58 touchdowns in just over 24 starts. 

At 3-2, a shot at the playoffs looks like it will be a tough task with big names such as Olmsted Falls, Avon and Avon Lake still remaining on the schedule. However, with this fast-paced offense anything is still possible.  Factor in the duel back combo of Bryce Agnew and Jabriel Williams, and they have weapons everywhere.  Agnew has already proven to be an incredible pass catching threat out of the backfield, and the Titans can score on you in any number of ways.

Despite the loss of Luis Vega to graduation, big play receivers Garrett Waite and Dwayne Holland have stepped up.  This past weekend in an epic game against Amherst, Waite went off for 225 yards receiving while Holland also had a monster night with 150 yards.  Also chipping in with a big five catch night was speedy wideout Omar Siggers.  

The Titans will look to get back on the winning side of the slate this weekend at 0-5 Midview.





  1. Julie Feckley

    September 24, 2018 at 7:42 am

    Trevor For player of the week ❤️

  2. Colleen Hopkins

    September 25, 2018 at 7:49 am

    Trevor Bycznski

  3. Tere

    September 25, 2018 at 11:10 am

    Avon Lakes Luke Fedders for player of the week

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