Posted On: 02/26/19 5:00 AM

Boston Smith is as steady as they come. The solid 6-foot-7, 215-pound post simply shows up each and every night, doing the dirty work down low for McNary while facing defenses geared towards stopping him. Smith recently made a decision on what he'll be doing after high school but for now is reflective on how this year of hoops has gone - and will hopefully go with a run in the post-season.

"It's been a pretty good season so far for me," Smith said. "The low block has always been good for me, but I've been double and triple teamed most games so my numbers are down a little bit, but my mid range has been pretty good."

We got a chance to see Smith this season in a game against Sprague and in that contest he operated against a collapsing zone - something he's seen a lot of this year. A classic back-to-the-basket post, Smith was no doubt getting some college recruiting interest but he's decided to take a different route with his career.

"So I was getting recruited to Linn-Benton and a couple of other community colleges and Corban," Smith said. "But I've decided to enlist in the

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