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Published: Friday, September 20, 2013, 10:51 p.m.

Blais leads Monroe over Mariner 25-18

EVERETT -- Max Blais ran for 110 yards on six carries and one touchdown to pace Monroe to a 25-18 victory over Monroe in a nonleague game on Friday night.
The majority of Blais's yardage came on a 63-yard run in the second quarter that gave the Bearcats a 19-6 lead at the half.
"Max ran really well tonight," said Monroe head coach Dick Abrams. "He's a tough runner. When he gets a little open space, he's really tough out in the open field."
At Goddard Stadium
Monroe 7 12 6 0 -- 25
Mariner 0 6 6 6 -- 18
Mo.--Gabe Moore 4 run (Tanner Ohlson kick)
Mar.--Joshua Williamson 1 run
Mo.--Moore 9 run (kick failed)
Mo.--Max Blais 63 run (kick failed)
Mar.--Williamson 11 run
Mo.--Robbie Schab 7 pass from Andrew Zimmerman
Mar.--Dyonte Law 10 run
Records--Monroe x-x overall. Mariner x-x.
Mo.--Gabe Moore 4 run (Tanner Ohlson kick)
Mar.--Joshua Williamson 1 run
Mo.--Moore 9 run (kick failed)
Mo.--Max Blais 63 run (kick failed)
Mar.--Williamson 11 run
Mo.--Robbie Schab 7 pass from Andrew Zimmerman
Mar.--Dyonte Law 10 run
Records--Monroe 1-2 overall. Mariner 0-3.

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Story tags » Monroe High SchoolMariner High SchoolHigh School Football

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