Mountlake Terrace’s Zaveon Jones (12) fights through tackles during a game against Edmonds-Woodway on Oct. 20, 2023, at Edmonds Stadium in Edmonds. (Annie Barker / The Herald)

Mountlake Terrace’s Zaveon Jones (12) fights through tackles during a game against Edmonds-Woodway on Oct. 20, 2023, at Edmonds Stadium in Edmonds. (Annie Barker / The Herald)

Locals named to Washington coaches association all-state football teams

Thirteen area athletes receive honors from state coaches.

Over a dozen local football players earned all-state honors from the Washington State Football Coaches Association (WSFCA).

The WSFCA recently announced its 2023 all-state teams for each classification. This is the first time the organization has released all-state teams. Committees were formed to select teams from each classification.

Below are the 13 local players selected to all-state teams:

4A

Overall Player of the Year

Kolton Matson, jr., QB, Lake Stevens

Offense

T’ Andre Waverly, jr., TE, Kamiak

David Brown, sr., ATH, Lake Stevens

Defense

Bryce Slezak, sr., DL, Lake Stevens

Isaiah Cueller sr., DB, Glacier Peak

3A

Offense

Leyton Martin, jr., QB, Arlington

Zaveon Jones, sr., RB, Mountlake Terrace

Jake Willis, jr., WR, Arlington

Defense

Jeremy Fleming, sr., DL, Arlington

1A

Offensive Player of the Year

Noah Clark, sr., QB, King’s

Defense

Wesley Blackmer, sr., DL, King’s

Matthew Williams, sr., P, King’s

1B

Offense

Kade West, soph., OL, Darrington

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