South Whidbey’s Lake Smith was a first-team, all-state selection by the WSSCA. (Photo by Erin Simms)

South Whidbey’s Lake Smith was a first-team, all-state selection by the WSSCA. (Photo by Erin Simms)

Smith receives first-team, all-state honors / Soccer

The Washington State Soccer Coaches Association named South Whidbey senior Lake Smith to the all-state first team recently.

The honor came on the heels of Smith being named the Cascade Conference’s Defender of the Year and all-area by the Everett Herald.

Smith was also a first-team, all-league choice as a junior.

Royal’s Michael Rojas was the 2018 1A state Most Valuable Player.

The only other Cascade Conference 1A player to be honored by the WSSCA this year was King’s Atley Shapiro, a second-team forward selection.

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