Area baseball leaders | April 11

Eds. note: Updated through April 11. Please contact Herald prep editor Aaron Swaney (aswaney@heraldnet.com) with any corrections to this list.

Hitting leaders

Doubles

Dominic DeMiero, Mountlake Terrace 8

Branson Barnecut, Glacier Peak 6

Adam Davenport, Cedarcrest 5

Riley Larsen, Granite Falls 5

Carson Hoerner, Lynnwood 5

Kyler McMahan, Lynnwood 5

Dakota Barlament, Meadowdale 5

Jason Shevenko, Mountlake Terrace 5

Tyler Klaudt, Archbishop Murphy 4

Evan Haugen, Archbishop Murphy 4

Tristan Jager, Arlington 4

Patrick Chung, Cascade 4

Ray Rude, Glacier Peak 4

Austin Hines, Glacier Peak 4

Daniel Head, Granite Falls 4

Greg Barnett, Granite Falls 4

Justin Brown, Lake Stevens 4

Landon Riker, Marysville Pilchuck 4

Brayden Hopstad, Marysville Pilchuck 4

Jaden Yackley, Mountlake Terrace 4

Kory Longaker, Shorewood 4

Jimmy Mailloux, Stanwood 4

Henry Hedeen, Stanwood 4

Josh Schempp, Arlington 3

Bryce Human, Arlington 3

Austin Pinorini, Cascade 3

Blaine Wagner, Cedarcrest 3

Mac McLachlan, Edmonds-Woodway 3

Chantz Justice, Edmonds-Woodway 3

Alex Pettibone, Kamiak 3

Geoffrey Lee, Kamiak 3

Lawton Manipon, Lynnwood 3

Jake Luton, Marysville Pilchuck 3

Justin Ridley, Meadowdale 3

Alex Spahman, Monroe 3

Hunter Bingham, Monroe 3

Wyatt Segle, Monroe 3

Haakon Lande, Snohomish 3

Nick Wright, Stanwood 3

Triples

KJ Brady, Cascade 3

Henry Hedeen, Stanwood 3

Tristan Jager, Arlington 2

Aaron Avalos, Jackson 2

Home runs

Colton Sandhofer, Cedarcrest 3

Daniel Head, Granite Falls 3|

Tate Budnick, Edmonds-Woodway 2

Aaron Avalos, Jackson 2

Jacob Eason, Lake Stevens 2

Pitching leaders

Record (Minimum 4 dec.)

KJ Brady, Cascade 4-0

Adam Davenport, Cedarcrest 4-0

Sam Boone, Shorewood 4-0

Rylan Faucett, Marysville Getchell 4-1

Ryan Dorney, Archbishop Murphy 3-1

Chris Gentry, Granite Falls 3-1

Tyler Givens, Stanwood 3-1

Riley Larsen, Granite Falls 2-2

KeVaughn Escobar-Umayam, Kamiak 2-2

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