Local basketball scoring leaders

BOYS BASKETBALL

PlayerGPPts.Avg.

1. Jason Todd, Jackson1023623.6

2. Imaan Vicente, Kamiak1022422.4

3. Terry Dawn, Arlington816220.3

4. Brock VandenEkart, Sultan815919.9

5. Josh Hawkinson, Shorewood611919.8

6. Drew Washington, Oak Harbor59719.4

7. Zach Taylor, Cedarcrest713519.3

8. Zach Pederson, Glacier Peak713118.7

9. Cannen Roberson, Stanwood713018.6

10. Ryan Alford, Lakewood712618

11. Jordan Corpus, Cedarcrest610818

12. Dan Kingma, Jackson1017317.3

13. Steven Gallardo, Cascade1016616.6

14. Nathen Grimm, Getchell813016.3

15. Devin Stoen, Lake Stevens1117716.1

16. Elijah Jordan, Getchell812816

17. Dakota Tomson, Lake Stevens914315.9

18. Casey Leek, Mount Vernon710715.3

19. Jace Chacon, Everett913715.2

20. Greg Bowman, Mountlake Terrace710715.3

21. Jason Smarr, Edmonds-Woodway1015215.2

22. Bayek Tutlam, Mariner913214.7

23. Marquis Armstead, Mountlake Terrace57314.6

24. Riley Larsen, Granite Falls912714.1

25. Ramsey Rosales, Glacier Peak79914.1

26. Nicota Stevenson, Monroe57014

27. Andrew Roozen, Mount. Vernon79613.7

28. Drew Benson, Granite Falls68213.7

29. Caleb Taylor, King’s1013413.4

30. Conin Oishi, Shorecrest79113

GIRLS BASKETBALL

PlayerGPPts.Avg.

1. Sidney Rielly, Everett1023523.5

2. Masha Shtikel, Shorewood1121019.1

3. Annie Leete, Oak Harbor1018618.6

4. Brooke Pahukoa, Lake Stevens1019619.6

5. Susan Kenney, Cedarcrest813316.6

6. Sierra Anderson, Jackson914416

7. Samantha Romanowski, Mountlake Terrace914115.7

8. Alyssa Evans, Mount Vernon914015.6

9. Beth Carlson, Archbishop Murphy1014914.9

10. Faithaleen Lopez-Flores, Jackson1014714.7

11. Lindsay Brown, Arlington 10 140 14.0

12. Jenika Anglim, Pilchuck912513.9

13. Natalie Kasper, Edmonds-Woodway1013413.4

14. Madison Pollock, Archbishop Murphy1012112.1

15. Callie Harwood, Snohomish1112511.4

16. Allie Weathersby, Glacier Peak910311.4

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