Area basketball stats leaders

Boys Basketball

Player GP Pts. PPG

1. Taylor Freeman, Shorewood 6 133 22.2

2. Greg Bowman, M. Terrace 5 104 20.8

3. Giovonni Williams, Sultan 6 114 19

4. Nathen Grimm, M. Getchell 7 120 17.1

5. Jason Smarr, E-W 4 68 17

6. Loren Lacasse, M. Terrace 5 84 16.8

7. Drew Stang, Stanwood 7 116 16.6

8. Casey Leek, Mt. Vernon 3 49 16.3

9. Brandon Asay, So. Whidbey 7 108 15.4

10. Trey Chambers, G. Peak) 6 91 15.2

11. Parker Collins, So. Whidbey 7 104 14.9

12. Bryce Juneau, M. Pilchuck 5 73 14.6

13. Jace Chacon, Everett 7 101 14.4

14. Evan West, Granite Falls 5 72 14.4

15. Josh Thayer, Stanwood 7 98 14

16. Miles Witt, Mt. Vernon 3 42 14

17. Bubba Branham, Sultan 6 82 13.7

18. Conin Oishi, Shorecrest 5 67 13.4

19. Travis Bakken, E-W 4 53 13.3

20. Noah Jones, Arlington 6 77 12.8

Conner Longoria, A. Murphy 6 77 12.8

Girls basketball

1. Sidney Rielly, Everett 5 117 23.4

2. Alyssa Evans, Mt. Vernon 6 139 23.2

3. Kalee Fowler, Cedarcrest 6 115 19.2

4. Susan Kenney, Cedarcrest 6 109 18.2

5. Mikayla Pivec, Lynnwood 6 104 17.3

6. Marissa Blair, Lakewood 5 75 15

7. Lyndsay Leatherman, Arlington 6 88 14.7

8. Jacqueline Case, Mt. Vernon Chr. 3 43 14.3

9. Deidra Miller, Monroe 5 70 14

10. Jillian Jacobs, Stanwood 5 68 13.6

11. Sadie Mensing, Glacier Peak 7 94 13.4

12. Megan Wall, A. Murphy 5 65 13

13. Jasmin Edwards, Lynnwood 6 74 12.3

14. Natalie Sakuma, Mt. Vernon Chr. 3 34 11.3

15. Jayla Russ, Arlington 6 67 11.2

16. Natalie Kasper, E-W 5 59 11.8

17. Savanna Hanson, King’s 6 71 11.8

18. Daylee Hanson, King’s 6 68 11.3

19. Jordan Bengen, M. Pilchuck 6 67 11.2

20. Julia Heichel, Stanwood 5 55 11

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