Cascade’s Julian Thomas jumps over multiple tacklers during a game against Jackson on Sept. 23 at Everett Memorial Stadium. Thomas leads Snohomish County in rushing touchdowns and is third in rushing yards. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Cascade’s Julian Thomas jumps over multiple tacklers during a game against Jackson on Sept. 23 at Everett Memorial Stadium. Thomas leads Snohomish County in rushing touchdowns and is third in rushing yards. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Week 5 prep football leaderboard

A look at the area’s top passers, rushers and receivers.

Below are the top-10 passers and top-15 receivers and rushers in the area through the first four weeks of the high school football schedule.

Note: Stats for some teams are incomplete due to unreported games. Coaches or scorekeepers can report game stats to sports@heraldnet.com.

PASSING

Player Cmp Att Pct Yds TD INT
Blake Springer, Monroe 56 79 70.1 969 14 2
River Lien, Glacier Peak 47 86 54.7 885 13 3
Steven Warren, Edmonds-Woodway 55 98 56.1 769 8 4
Nate Cavanaugh, Cedarcrest 28 55 50.9 610 5 4
Jaylen Viars, Shorecrest 55 115 47.8 538 5 4
Leyton Martin, Lakewood 43 70 61.4 507 3 2
Evan Stacey, Lakewood 36 69 52.2 506 2 3
Westin Galle, Sultan 24 58 41.4 503 5 2
Jacoby Falor, Arlington 28 54 51.9 383 7 5
Ben’tre Worthy, Kamiak 31 65 47.7 383 3 3

RUSHING

Player Car Yds YPC TD
Ryder Bumgarner, Stanwood 68 854 12.6 9
Zaveon Jones, Mountlake Terrace 93 744 8.0 11
Julian Thomas, Cascade 105 682 6.5 13
Joseph Davis, Marysville Pilchuck 68 655 9.6 6
Cartez Williams, Mariner 62 535 8.6 4
Carter Schmidt, Marysville Getchell 82 507 6.2 5
Jayden Limar, Lake Stevens 67 497 7.4 6
Zach Lopez, Cascade 52 427 8.2 4
Dylan Hartje, Cedarcrest 56 377 6.7 5
Liam Fitting, Edmonds-Woodway 48 375 7.8 3
Eduardo Eulogio, Shorewood 68 351 5.2 2
Beau Pruett, Monroe 37 343 9.3 4
Josh Smith, Everett 81 330 4.1 1
Derek Feltner, Sultan 65 291 4.5 3
Jullian Notoa, Kamiak 60 289 4.8 4

RECEIVING

Player Rec Yds YPR TD
Beau Pruett, Monroe 15 423 28.2 7
JT Marsh, Cedarcrest 13 355 27.3 4
Memphis Dietz, Shorecrest 28 332 11.9 3
Trey Leckner, Glaicer Peak 11 318 28.9 6
Ian Hendry, Everett 7 273 39.0 4
Jesse Hart III, Edmonds-Woodway 14 244 17.4 2
Cooper Jensen, Glacier Peak 14 238 17.0 4
Jr. Vargas, Sultan 13 231 17.8 1
Jacoby Falor, Arlington 18 223 12.4 2
Kody Edelbrock, Monroe 15 219 14.6 1
Isaac Redford, Lake Stevens 14 205 14.6 1
Bakary Sonko, Lakewood 9 188 20.9 2
Will Kishbaugh, Edmonds-Woodway 9 185 20.6 3
Hayden Murphy, Sultan 6 179 29.8 3
Timmy Ojeda-Silva, Cedarcrest 7 173 24.7 3

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