Area girls soccer scoring leaders

Updated through Oct. 30

GOALS

Beth Stella, King’s 23

Anisa Uberuaga, King’s 21

Cali Crisler, Archbishop Murphy 21

Amanda Klep, Marysville Pilchuck 17

Kelsee Crenshaw, Marysville Getchell 15

Ellie Otteson, Snohomish 15

Rylee Peterson, Edmonds-Woodway 14

Fernanda Pena, Lake Stevens 14

Kristi Bartz, Archbishop Murphy 13

Christine Heisen, Kamiak 13

Olivia Larson, Arlington 13

Emily Crichlow, Meadowdale 13

Lily Hart, Mountlake Terrace 13

Nikki Hovland, Jackson 12

Bre Morren, Arlington 11

Anna Parker, King’s 11

Ashley Evanger, Lynnwood 10

Bailie Weikel, Marysville Getchell 10

Zoe Vincini, Shorewood 10

Quinn Otteson, Snohomish 9

Sophia Viviano, Shorecrest 9

Baylie Lux-Lowry, Kamiak 8

Mackinzie Nolte, Marysville Pilchuck 8

Madison Bradley, Monroe 8

Tena Ungvarsky, Archbishop Murphy 7

Winter Wirkkala, Granite Falls 7

Kristina Serres, Jackson 7

Mackenzie Hanson, Jackson 7

Hailey Wicken, Shorecrest 7

Sienna Helland, Shorewood 7

Drew Locknane, Jackson 6

Alexie Morris, Kamiak 6

Hannah Taylor, Meadowdale 6

Alexis Griggs, Sultan 6

Kate Hildahl, Shorecrest 6

Danielle Baker, Arlington 5

Marisa Rathert, Arlington 5

Mackenzie Buell, Arlington 5

Brielle Rhode, Cedarcrest 5

Kelsey Bechtholdt, Granite Falls 5

Olivia Miller, Jackson 5

Chardalise Madrigal, Kamiak 5

Jubilee Zevenberger, King’s 5

Ashley Perry, Lake Stevens 5

Shantel St. Jean, Lakewood 5

Chase Gormley, Lakewood 5

Nikki Leishman, Lynnwood 5

Lindsey Weikel, Marysville Getchell 5

Brooke Pingrey, Snohomish 5

Emily Minogue, Snohomish 5

Claire Feeney, Archbishop Murphy 4

Sophia Hitsky, Arlington 4

Jillian Busby, Arlington 4

Claire Nelson, Cascade 4

Jenna McLean, Glacier Peak 4

Hailey Teter, Granite Falls 4

Rachel Thorne, Jackson 4

Maddie Cooley, Jackson 4

Skye Cornell, King’s 4

Lexi Gutierrez, Lake Stevens 4

Cassie Leishman, Lynnwood 4

Riley Zucker, Mountlake Terrace 4

Maddy Kristjanson, Mountlake Terrace 4

Christine Donnan, Shorewood 4

Maia Sparkman, South Whidbey 4

ASSISTS

Beth Stella, King’s 12

Cali Crisler, Archbishop Murphy 11

Cassie Leishman, Lynnwood 10

Claire Feeney, Archbishop Murphy 8

Olivia Larson, Arlington 8

Baylie Lux-Lowry, Kamiak 8

Hailey Duitsman, Lakewood 8

Alyssa Navlet, Meadowdale 8

Sammi Conard, Archbishop Murphy 7

Bre Morren, Arlington 7

Savanah VanCitters, Edmonds-Woodway 7

Anisa Uberuaga, King’s 7

Lindsey Weikel, Marysville Getchell 7

Brooke Pingrey, Snohomish 7

Tena Ungvarsky, Archbishop Murphy 6

Anna Parker, King’s 6

Christine Heisen, Kamiak 6

Anna Montemor, Snohomish 6

Danielle Baker, Arlington 5

Alison Enell, Arlington 5

Kristina Serres, Jackson 5

Emma Rassmusen, King’s 5

Ashley Evanger, Lynnwood 5

Allison Lorraine, Mountlake Terrace 5

Maya Garber-Yonts, Shorecrest 5

Quinn Otteson, Snohomish 5

Alexie Morris, Kamiak 4

Grace Diede, King’s 4

Chase Gormley, Lakewood 4

Sophia Morgan, Lakewood 4

Morgan Lord, Lynnwood 4

Mackinzie Nolte, Marysville Pilchuck 4

Amanda Klep, Marysville Pilchuck 4

Jessica Moskowitz, Marysville Pilchuck 4

Cassandra La Brake, Marysville Pilchuck 4

Sophia Viviano, Shorecrest 4

Rachael Moulton, Shorecrest

Ellie Otteson, Snohomish 4

Emily Minogue, Snohomish 4

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