Smith named first-team, all-state / Baseball

Coupeville senior Hunter Smith was selected for the Washington State Baseball Coaches’ Association 1A all-state baseball team.

Smith, who played shortstop and pitcher for the Wolves, was chosen as a utility player for the 36-player first team.

Smith was the Most Valuable Player of the Olympic League this spring and a three-time, all-league first-team selection during his high school career.

Klahowya infielder Ben Streck was the only other Olympic League player to be named to the all-state team.

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