Area softball leaders

Eds. note: The stats below are compiled by Herald staff based on reports by coaches. If there is a mistake please have the player’s coach email the correct stats to aswaney@heraldnet.com

HITTING LEADERS

Doubles

Rachael Delamare, Monroe 9

Katelyn McDonald, Arlington 7

Jordyn Nickolson, Marysville Pilchuck 7

Anna Pisac, Snohomish 6

Sydney Taggart, Everett 5

Antionette Watson, Kamiak 5

Angie McFall, Kamiak 5

Alyssa Reuble, Meadowdale 5

Hayley Fields, Arlington 4

Brooklynn Bailey, Edmonds-Woodway 4

Makinlee Sellevold, Cascade 4

Shelby Merk, Kamiak 4

Michaela Johnson, Monroe 4

Amanda Hartley, Shorecrest 4

Haley Viers, South Whidbey 4

Maggie Matthews, Stanwood 3

Rachel Kirkpatrick, Sultan 3

Alyssa Egan, Monroe 3

Kathleen Sundet, Monroe 3

Lynsey Amundson, Arlington 3

Kim See, Jackson 3

Lindsay Haub, Kamiak 3

Haley Fritz, Marysville Pilchuck 3

Stefanie Witman, Mount Vernon 3

Hannah Baisch, Mountlake Terrace 3

Hannah Wilcox, Mountlake Terrace 3

Alissa Kaufhold, Shorecrest 3

Anisa Gomez, Shorecrest 3

Baylee Robertson, Archbishop Murphy 2

Megan Ehlebracht, Archbishop Murphy 2

Marisa Rathert, Arlington 2

Hayden Fields, Arlington 2

Chloe MacIntosh, Cascade 2

McKayla Bailey, Coupeville 2

Bailey Formon-Haynes, Everett 2

Alexis Dittoe, Everett 2

Emily Walbon, Granite Falls 2

Madison Fetzer, Jackson 2

Emily Ginestra, Kamiak 2

Kristyna Phan, Kamiak 2

Kiana Smith, Lakewood 2

Jessica Gott, Lynnwood 2

Meagan Baker, Lynnwood 2

Desiree Graham, Lynnwood 2

Kymber Devlin, Marysville Getchell 2

Abigail Otto, Marysville Pilchuck 2

Rebecca Wright, Meadowdale 2

Haili Taylor, Meadowdale 2

Ashley Brooke, Meadowdale 2

Tiffany DeWayne, Meadowdale 2

Savanna Hohenstein, Monroe 2

Kylie Romero, Mount Vernon 2

Rene Bos, Mountlake Terrace 2

Maddy Kristjanson, Mountlake Terrace 2

Shawna Steele, Oak Harbor 2

Amanda Eshelman, Shorecrest 2

Trysten Melhart, Snohomish 2

Chantel Brown, South Whidbey 2

Courtney Morris, Sultan 2

Triples

Trysten Melhart, Snohomish 5

Katelynn Kazen, Arlington 2

Lynsey Amundson, Arlington 2

Alex Deaver, Cascade 2

Brooklynn Bailey, Edmonds-Woodway 2

Sydney Forseth, Edmonds-Woodway 2

Jordyn Nickolson, Marysville Pilchuck 2

Kiley Ochoa, Monroe 2

Lexie Findley, Oak Harbor 2

Anna Pisac, Snohomish 2

Ellie Green, South Whidbey 2

Home runs

Jessica Roy, Jackson 5

Anna Whitehouse, Archbishop Murphy 4

Makinlee Sellevold, Cascade 4

Maddy Kristjanson, Mountlake Terrace 4

Gemma Miller, Archbishop Murphy 3

Alyssa Egan, Monroe 3

Brooklyn Bailey, Edmonds-Woodway 2

Amie Browder, Lake Stevens 2

Shawna Steele, Oak Harbor 2

PITCHING LEADERS

Wins

Hayley Fields, Arlington 5

Makinlee Sellevold, Cascade 5

Callie Bircher, Glacier Peak 5

Alyssa Reuble, Meadowdale 5

Katelynn Lafferty, Edmonds-Woodway 4

Sophia Frost, Jackson 4

Hailey Malakowski, Lakewood 4

Amanda Hartley, Shorecrest 4

Maria Rockwell, Coupeville 3

Sierra Card, Lake Stevens 3

Stefanie Witman, Mount Vernon 3

Bailey Seek, Snohomish 3

Baylee Robertson, Archbishop Murphy 2

Allie McCain, Cedarcrest 2

Alisa Ortega, Kamiak 2

Erica Gott, Lynnwood 2

Jordan Willard, Marysville Pilchuck 2

Haley Fritz, Marysville Pilchuck 2

Maddy Kristjanson, Mountlake Terrace 2

Rene Bos, Mountlake Terrace 2

Emily Saar, Oak Harbor 2

Amanda Eshelman, Shorecrest 2

Alyssa Simons, Snohomish 2

Shelby Jeffries, Sultan 2

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