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Published: Friday, November 1, 2013, 10:30 p.m.

Snohomish beats Mariner for first win of season

SNOHOMISH -- Snohomish's Connor Browne had 37 carries for 293 yards and four touchdowns to help the Panthers earn their first victory of the season. Browne scored the go-ahead TD with 3:11 left in the fourth quarter. Mariner's Dyonte Law had 181 yards on nine carries and two touchdowns, including a 95-yard TD run. Joshua Williamson also scored twice and finished with 218 yards rushing for the Maruaders.
At Veterans Memorial Stadium
Mariner 6 22 0 6 -- 34
Snohomish 7 14 7 7 -- 35
M--Joshua Williamson 6 run (PAT failed)
S--Connor Browne 11 run (Uriel Herrera kick)
S--Browne 1 run (Herrara kick)
M--Dyonte Law 9 run (Williamson run)
S--Browne 10 run (Herrara kick)
M--Williamson 8 run (PAT failed)
M--Junius Fidow 36 pass from Nick Smith (Williamson run)
S--Bridger Buckley 8 pass from Mike Sanders (Herrera kick)
M--Law 95 run (PAT failed)
S--Browne 1 run (Herrara kick)
Records--Mariner 1-5 league, 1-8 overall. Snohomish 1-4, 1-8.

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