Five local girls soccer players were recognized as all-state selections by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association.
The WSSCA all-state soccer teams, which were voted on by coaches, were released Tuesday.
Olympia’s Jenna Killman, a Division I soccer commit, who will play at the University of New Mexico, was a second-team Class 4A selection at forward. She was also named The Olympian’s All-Area girls soccer player of the year in November.
The other four honorees all play in the 2A Evergreen Conference, and were each also selected to The Olympian’s All-Area team.
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Three seniors from Tumwater, which advanced to the 2A state playoffs in 2016, were recognized.
Kayse Smack was a first team selection on defense. She was also the 2A EvCo defensive player of the year, helping the T-Birds allow less than one goal per game, and post 10 regulation shutouts.
Bella Foos, who led Tumwater with 23 goals, was a second team selection at forward.
Stephanie Moore was an honorable mention selection at midfielder. She added 18 goals for the T-Birds.
Black Hills forward Sydney Lowe, a junior, was an honorable mention selection.