Cappassio Cherry ran for 137 yards on 32 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors to a 28-26 win over Snohomish in a 3A Wesco South high school match-up in Snohomish Friday.
The Warriors were tied 14-14 with the Panthers at halftime but were able to break out in the second half thanks to the efforts of Cherry and quarterback Reilly Chappell, who led two touchdown drives.
Edmonds-Woodway was ahead 28-20 when Snohomish scored a touchdown with 1:08 left in the game. The Panthers were unable to complete a two-point conversion, however, giving the Warriors the victory.
With the win, Edmonds-Woodway improves to 4-0 league, 4-2 overall and remains tied with Meadowdale for first place in the Wesco 3A South.