Arlington’s Trent Nobach leads the area with 1,517 passing yards and 21 touchdowns. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Arlington’s Trent Nobach leads the area with 1,517 passing yards and 21 touchdowns. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Week 7 prep football leaderboard

The top local passers, rushers and receivers heading into Week 7.

Passing leaders

Player

YdsCmpAttPctTDINT
Trent Nobach, Arlington1,51710515169.5216
Carson Christensen, Shorecrest1,2548214158.193
Colton Johnson, Archbishop Murphy984418150.693
Blake Springer, Monroe9846511069.1104
Grayson Murren, Lake Stevens977506873.5122

River Lien, Glacier Peak

9746210062.0133
Ben’tre Worthy, Kamiak774344379.1112
Kale Hammer, Snohomish7466811758.154
Payden Baxter, Jackson7306912157.066
Noah Schmid, Everett711398247.669
Tyler Sargent, Sultan6785310251.264
Justice Taylor, Lakewood6325711250.985

Marysville-Pilchuck’s Dylan Carson leads the area with 1,152 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Marysville-Pilchuck’s Dylan Carson leads the area with 1,152 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Rushing leaders

PlayerYdsCarYPCTD
Dylan Carson, Marysville Pilchuck1,1528214.123
Julian Thomas, Cascade9571327.312
Josh Vandergriend, Snohomish7611027.311
JuJu Williams, Everett7581077.19
Justice Taylor, Lakewood721977.48
Ryder Bumgarner, Stanwood686967.29
Wesley Garrett, Kamiak6393418.84
Jordan Velasquez, Marysville Pilchuck5763019.29
Riley Riba, Marysville Getchell532677.96
Jayden Limar, Lake Stevens507559.27
Damien Bagley, Mariner486915.34

Derek Feltner, Sultan

484598.28
Keldyn Smith, Granite Falls478519.46
Aaron Barraza, Edmonds-Woodway448568.010

Mike Nolad, Everett

438636.96

Monroe’s Cole Pruett (18) is third in the area with 544 receiving yards. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Monroe’s Cole Pruett (18) is third in the area with 544 receiving yards. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Receiving leaders

PlayerYdsCthYPCTD
Jelani Guererro, Archbishop Murphy7382925.47
Connor Dow, Shorecrest6453518.48
Cole Pruett, Monroe5443217.05

Drew Carter, Lake Stevens

4812320.95
Wesley Garrett, Kamiak4761629.88
Gage Price, Arlington4412220.06
Levi Younger, Arlington4393711.910
Wahieola Emmsley, Monroe3532116.83
Jadin Dogan, Jackson3362514.64
Andre Lasconia, Shorecrest3322115.81
Elisha Jackson, Arlington3071619.23
Trayce Hanks, Lake Stevens2841321.84
Juju Williams, Everett2821815.73
Mason Orgill, Snohomish2772212.61
Jemyre Reed, Everett2741027.43

Note: Leaderboard stats are compiled from games reported to sports@heraldnet.com.

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