Monroe’s Blake Springer (10) ranks third in the area with 1,368 passing yards. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Monroe’s Blake Springer (10) ranks third in the area with 1,368 passing yards. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Week 9 prep football leaderboard

The top passers, rushers and receivers in the area.

Passing leaders

Player

YdsCmpAttPctTDINT
Trent Nobach, Arlington1,96113619968.3278
Carson Christensen, Shorecrest1,46210018255.0107
Blake Springer, Monroe1,3689415062.7157
River Lien, Glacier Peak1,2918012464.5163
Grayson Murren, Lake Stevens1,291689373.1183

Ben’tre Worthy, Kamiak

1,203516875.0162
Kale Hammer, Snohomish1,1008113659.6106
Colton Johnson, Archbishop Murphy1,043448551.8104
Tyler Sargent, Sultan9026612951.284
Noah Schmid, Everett8124710246.1710
Justice Taylor, Lakewood7706712951.9126
Payden Baxter, Jackson7577113253.867

Stanwood’s Ryder Bumgarner (5) ranks third locally with 1,077 rushing yards this season. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Stanwood’s Ryder Bumgarner (5) ranks third locally with 1,077 rushing yards this season. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Rushing leaders

PlayerYdsCarYPCTD
Dylan Carson, Marysville Pilchuck1,49612212.329
Julian Thomas, Cascade1,3161677.914
Ryder Bumgarner, Stanwood1,0771348.013
Josh Vandergriend, Snohomish1,0531576.713
Juju Williams, Everett1,0021486.812
Justice Taylor, Lakewood8721137.710
Derek Feltner, Sultan862998.711
Jayden Limar, Lake Stevens753888.610
Jordan Velasquez, Marysville Pilchuck7334715.612
Wesley Garrett, Kamiak6944615.16
Trey Leckner, Glacier Peak6551066.211

Damien Bagley, Mariner

6231165.46
Aaron Barraza, Edmonds-Woodway612778.012
Riley Riba, Marysville Getchell578837.06

Keldyn Smith, Granite Falls

565727.96

Archbishop Murphy’s Jelani Guerrero is the second leading receiver in the area with 785 yards on 32 catches. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Archbishop Murphy’s Jelani Guerrero is the second leading receiver in the area with 785 yards on 32 catches. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Receiving leaders

PlayerYdsCthYPCTD
Connor Dow, Shorecrest8024418.29
Jelani Guerrero, Archbishop Murphy7853224.58
Wesley Garrett, Kamiak7612431.712

Cole Pruett, Monroe

7044216.88
Drew Carter, Lake Stevens5672621.811
Gage Price, Arlington5622919.47
Levi Younger, Arlington5204511.613
Wahieola Emmsley, Monroe4853513.95
Elijah Jackson, Arlington4232021.25
Jadin Dogan, Jackson3622713.44
Andre Lasconia, Shorecrest3392414.11
Trey Leckner, Glacier Peak3381424.05
Josh Vandergriend, Snohomish3272115.63
Juju Williams, Everett3212016.13
Trayce Hanks, Lake Stevens3111619.44

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

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