Area boys soccer leaders | April 3

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

Updated through April 3

Goals

Fabian Panduro-Galvan, Marysville Pilchuck 8

Uriel Herrera, Snohomish 8

Geovanni Ramirez, Mariner 6

Chris Iacolucci, Shorecrest 6

Laurence Wanambisi, Stanwood 5

Michael Zeng, Jackson 4

Forrest Perry, King’s 4

Brady Henderson, Archbishop Murphy 3

Christian Thode, Archbishop Murphy 3

Kyle Walsh, Cedarcrest 3

Grayden Saunders, Glacier Peak 3

Brandon Wright, Kamiak 3

Matt Simmons, Kamiak 3

Chance Lord, Kamiak 3

Ignacio Ponce, Lake Stevens 3

Max Sands, Lake Stevens 3

Philipp Hofman, Lakewood 3

Edgar Navarro, Mariner 3

Devon Green, Marysville Getchell 3

Justin Morrison, Mount Vernon 3

Alec Somer, Mountlake Terrace 3

Jon Coon, Shorecrest 3

Taj McChesney, Shorewood 3

Eric Jones, Snohomish 3

Jeff Meier, South Whidbey 3

Chase Lauinger, Stanwood 3

Assists

Jorge Ruiz, Mariner 5

Blake Crutchfield, Snohomish 5

Peter Vizzoni, Glacier Peak 3

Callahan Gobel, Shorewood 3

Noah Heintz, Stanwood 3

Shutouts

Jeff Scavotto, Archbishop Murphy 3

Vaughn Silver, Lake Stevens 3

Spencer Haddenham-Gibler, Shorecrest 3

Riley Martin, Stanwood 3

Griffin Small, Edmonds-Woodway 2

Lucas MacMillan, Glacier Peak 2

Silvan Katynskiy, Mariner 2

Kole Bradley-Kuk, Marysville Pilchuck 2

Ryan Peters, Snohomish 2

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