Kasen Kinchen of Lake Stevens (25) is second in the area in receiving yards with 549. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Kasen Kinchen of Lake Stevens (25) is second in the area in receiving yards with 549. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Area high school football leaders

Five passers and two rushers have reached the 1,000-yard mark this season

The area leaders through the first seven weeks of the high school football season:

PASSING

Tanner Jellison, Lake Stevens — 98 completions, 129 attempts, 1,834 yards, 24 touchdowns, 3 interceptions

Gio Fregoso, Monroe — 99-148-1,415-18-4

Eladio Fountain, Shorecrest — 90-157-1,145-7-6

Hunter Moen, Meadowdale — 45-87-1,108-12-1

Trent Nobach, Arlington — 83-141-1,100-11-7

RUSHING

Davanta Murphy-Mcmillan, Cascade — 152 attempts, 1,324 yards, 8.7 average, 18 touchdowns

Dallas Landeros, Lake Stevens — 121-1,026-8.5-18

Dylan Carson, Marysville Pilchuck — 115-935-8.1-10

Jared Taylor, Lakewood — 100-912-9.1-13

Michael Purl, Cascade — 80-888-11.1-8

RECEIVING

Davis Campbell, King’s — 39 receptions, 614 yards, 15.7 average, 9 touchdowns

Kasen Kinchen, Lake Stevens — 28-549-19.6-7

Mason McBride, Granite Falls — 21-513-24.4-8

Efton Chism III, Monroe — 33-509-15.4-5

Mason Vaughn, Meadowdale — 14-504-36.0-7

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