Area softball leaders | April 1

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

Updated through April 1

HITTING LEADERS

Doubles

Lindsay Haub, Kamiak 8

Nina Kim, Glacier Peak 6

Callie Bircher, Glacier Peak 5

Antionette Watson, Kamiak 5

Cassidy Fifield, Lake Stevens 5

Megan Ryber, Monroe 5

Joey Blackshear, Kamiak 4

Jasmin Edwards, Lynnwood 4

Katelyn McDonald, Arlington 3

Taylor Jones, Edmonds-Woodway 3

Kristen Scott, Jackson 3

Kristyna Phan, Kamiak 3

Rayne Sylvester, Lake Stevens 3

Amie Browder, Lake Stevens 3

Savannah Duce, Marysville Getchell 3

Della Willem, Marysville Getchell 3

Kayla Tocco, Marysville Pilchuck 3

Emma Helm, Meadowdale 3

Katie Champoux, Shorecrest 3

Ivey Uppinghouse, Shorecrest 3

Katlin Purvis, Snohomish 3

Kacie Hanson, South Whidbey 3

Triples

Trysten Melhart, Snohomish 4

Whitney Harris, Cascade 2

Taylor Arndt, Granite Falls 2

Kayla Ellis, Jackson 2

Julia Reuble, Meadowdale 2

Ashley Fitzgerald, Mountlake Terrace 2

Home runs

Maddy Kristjanson, Mountlake Terrace 5

Alexis Dittoe, Everett 4

Sage Andersen, Cascade 3

Hailey Malakowski, Lakewood 3

Madison Morgan, Lynnwood 3

Hailey Costello, Meadowdale 3

Julia Reuble, Meadowdale 3

Taylor Adams, Jackson 2

Terah Barrio, Lakewood 2

Rayne Sylvester, Lake Stevens 2

Rachael Delamare, Monroe 2

Trysten Melhart, Snohomish 2

PITCHING LEADERS

Record (at least 3 dec.)

Sophia Frost, Jackson 5-0

Jessica Gott, Lynnwood 5-0

Megan Barry, Lake Stevens 4-0

Bailey Seek, Snohomish 3-0

Lauren Harding, Granite Falls 5-1

Baylee Robertson, Archbishop Murphy 3-1

Cheyanne Strock, Edmonds-Woodway 4-2

Maddie Maclean, Arlington 2-1

Julia Reuble, Meadowdale 2-1

Samantha Gregoryk, Meadowdale 2-1

Hailey Malakowski, Lakewood 3-2

Callie Bircher, Glacier Peak 4-3

Jess Lambourn, Kamiak 3-3

Jordan Willard, Marysville Pilchuck 3-3

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