Titans 80-pounders win Bert Bell title

Pin It
Bottom Row (left to right) - Assistant Coach Jeremy Eisele, Colin Jung, Zachary Eisele, Ryan King, Tyler Kochendorfer, Daniel Petrick, Max Agresti Middle Row (left to right) - Matthew Farrell, Will Raihall, Charlie May, William Hohn, Zach Hulme Top Row (left to right) - Assistant Coach Jason Giles, Assistant Coach Steve Dellose, Casey Rose, Owen Dietrich, Jack Dellose, Jackson Weir, Nate Townsend, Joe Giles, Head Coach Denis Hulme, Assistant Coach Rich Kochendorfer

The Championship Titans. Bottom Row (left to right) – Assistant Coach Jeremy Eisele, Colin Jung, Zachary Eisele, Ryan King, Tyler Kochendorfer, Daniel Petrick, Max Agresti
Middle Row (left to right) – Matthew Farrell, Will Raihall, Charlie May, William Hohn, Zach Hulme
Top Row (left to right) – Assistant Coach Jason Giles, Assistant Coach Steve Dellose, Casey Rose, Owen Dietrich, Jack Dellose, Jackson Weir, Nate Townsend, Joe Giles, Head Coach Denis Hulme, Assistant Coach Rich Kochendorfer

KENNETT — The Kennett-Unionville Titans 80 lb. Varsity squad made history on Saturday winning the Titans first Bert Bell Memorial League Championship by beating the Springfield Cougars 32-13.

The Titans, led by Head Coach Denis Hulme, became the lowest seed (#9) to win the league championship in the over 50 year existence of the Bert Bell league, by upsetting the top 4 seeds – the Downingtown Young Whippets, the Drexel Hill Raiders, the Darby Township Eagles, and The Cougars – in the playoffs and bringing the Title home.

Share this post:

Recent Posts

2 Comments

  1. Football parent says:

    Not to take away from the 2004 JV accomplisment, but the Bert Bell championship is for varsity squads. The Downingtown Young Whippets won the 2004, 120 title. Great job 2004 JV team, but the information in the story is accurate. The young men above won the first Bert Bell Memorial League Championship for the Titans program. Brett, consider congratulating our boys.

  2. Brett Ciancia says:

    The first title won by the KU Titans was actually in 2004, the program’s second season, when the 120 JV squad upset undefeated Rose Tree 7-6. Rose Tree felt so confident about the game, they inscribed their name on the champions trophy, while putting “KU Titans – 2004 Runner-up” on the mini 2nd place trophy.

Leave a Comment