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March 18, 2008 at 11:51 AM

The Seattle Times all-state teams

Today we released our all-state teams and our state players of the year: Prairie’s Ashley Corral and Ferris’ DeAngelo Casto.

How do we pick the teams? After all the tournaments are over, we have seven people on our high school staff (writers and editors) pick their top 10 players in boys and girls. Then we add up the votes.

Here’s how it turned out:

BOYS

First team

DeAngelo Casto, Ferris, C, Sr. (6 first-place votes)

Reggie Moore, Rainier Beach, G, Sr. (1 first-place vote)

Abdul Gaddy, Bellarmine Prep, G, Jr.

Peyton Siva, Franklin, G, Jr.

Josh Smith, Kentwood, F, So.

Second team

Avery Bradley, Bellarmine Prep, G, Jr.

Shawn Stockton, Ferris, G, Sr.

Jared Karstetter, Ferris, F, Sr.

Renado Parker, Kentridge, F, Sr.

Mike Ladd, Rainier Beach, G, Sr.

Others receiving votes: Kavario Middleton, Lakes; Nick Stackhouse, Squalicum; Marcus Tibbs, Decatur; Steven Bjornstad, Columbia River; Tony Wroten, Garfield; Aaron Broussard, Federal Way.

GIRLS

First team

Ashley Corral, Prairie, G, Sr. (Three first-place votes)

Kristi Kingma, Jackson, G, Sr. (Three first-place votes)

Katie Grad, Auburn Riverside, G, Sr. (One first-place vote)

Carly Noyes, Moses Lake, F, Jr.

Eryn Jones, Meadowdale, G, Sr.

Second team

Brittany Kennedy, Lewis & Clark, G, Sr.

Lindsey Moore, Kentwood, G, Jr.

Kayla Standish, Ellensburg, F, Sr.

Ashlee Smith, Skyview, C, Sr.

Sara Halasz, Lakes, G-F, Sr.

Others receiving votes: Nichole Jackson, Auburn Riverside; Brittany Gray, Bainbridge; Katie Benson, Snohomish; Brittany Quick, Hanford; Mercedes Wetmore, Auburn Riverside; Mary Ochiltree, Lake Stevens.

Morning stars

1. Stephen Adams, West Seattle, baseball. Hit a pair of solo home runs as the Wildcats scored 20 runs in a win against Lakeside.

2. Alexandra Jennings, Lake Washington, softball. Went 4-for-4 with three runs and two triples in a win against Inglemoor.

3. Brooke Rychard, Juanita, softball. Went 1-for-4, but that 1 was big: it brought home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh in the Rebels’ win against Ballard.

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