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Originally published March 18, 2008 at 12:00 AM | Page modified March 18, 2008 at 5:19 PM


All-State boys and girls basketball teams

Boys All-State team Player School Ht. Yr. Pos. Ppg. FIRST TEAM DeAngelo Casto Ferris (Spokane) 6-8 Sr. C 14. 6 Two-time first-teamer averaged...

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Boys All-State team
Player School Ht. Yr. Pos. Ppg.
DeAngelo Casto Ferris (Spokane) 6-8 Sr. C 14.6
Two-time first-teamer averaged 18.7 points in postseason, set 4A tourney block record.
Reggie Moore Rainier Beach 6-0 Sr. G 13.1
Floor leader of 3A champion Vikings averaged a double-double.
Abdul Gaddy Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma) 6-3 Jr. G 24.0
Arizona recruit has smooth shot and quick first step.
Peyton Siva Franklin 6-0 Jr. G 19.1
KingCo 4A MVP can beat teams going to basket and from outside.
Josh Smith Kentwood (Covington) 6-9 So. F 21.5
270-pounder set school rebounding record, shot incredible 74 percent.
Avery Bradley Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma) 6-3 Jr. G 25.7
The state's leading 4A scorer is also one of best rebounding guards.
Shawn Stockton Ferris (Spokane) 6-1 Sr. G 15.0
Montana signee, nephew of NBA great John Stockton, makes 2-time state champs go.
Jared Karstetter Ferris (Spokane) 6-5 Sr. F 10.0
4A tournament MVP, a Washington State football signee, can take anyone off dribble.
Renado Parker Kentridge 6-5 Sr. F 21.4
Down regular-season stretch, few were better than Chargers' big man.
Mike Ladd Rainier Beach 6-4 Sr. G 15.8
3A tournament MVP wowed fans with dunks, but shoots well from outside, too
Girls All-State team
Player School Ht. Yr. Pos. Ppg.
Ashley Corral Prairie (Brush Prairie) 5-9 Sr. G 18.9
State's only McDonald's All-American is bound for USC
Kristi Kingma Jackson (Mill Creek) 5-11 Sr. G 23.1
UW-bound guard scored record 43 in 4A state tournament game.
Katie Grad Auburn Riverside 5-8 Sr. G 20.5
Led Ravens to second consecutive 3A title with defense, outside shooting.
Carly Noyes Moses Lake 6-5 Jr. F 19.1
Dominating post player led Moses Lake to runner-up state finish in 4A.
Eryn Jones Meadowdale (Lynnwood) 5-8 Sr. G 22.0
Tremendous scorer, heading to Portland State
Brittany Kennedy Lewis and Clark (Spokane) 6-0 Sr. G 9.0
Team player big reason Tigers won three consecutive 4A championships.
Lindsey Moore Kentwood (Covington) 5-10 Jr. G 18.2
Savvy guard led Conquerors to undefeated SPSL North Division season.
Kayla Standish Ellensburg 6-3 Sr. F 22.9
Three-sport star for 2A runners-up about to play for Gonzaga.
Ashlee Smith Skyview (Vancouver) 6-0 Sr. C 17.6
Post player, headed to Saint Mary's, plays bigger than she is.
Sara Halasz Lakes (Lakewood) 6-0 Sr. G-F 19.9
New Mexico signee led Lancers to Western Cascade Conference title.
Boys top honors
Player of Year Class Coach of Year
DeAngelo Casto, Ferris (Spokane) 4A Don Van Lierop, Ferris (Spokane)
Reggie Moore, Rainier Beach 3A Mike Bethea, Rainier Beach
Jake Anderson, Burlington-Edison 2A Rick Skeen, Burlington-Edison
Gerald Hill, Charles Wright (Tacoma) 1A Roger Sonderland, River View (Knnwck)
Chase Ramey, NW Christian (Colbert) 2B Ray Ricks, NW Christian (Colbert)
Joel Koopmans, Sunnyside Christian 1B Bill Edwardson, Entiat
Girls top honors
Player of year Class Coach of year
Ashley Corral, Prairie (Brush Prairie) 4A Matt Strophy, Moses Lake
Katie Grad, Auburn Riverside 3A Adam Barrett, Auburn Riverside
Kayla Standish, Ellensburg 2A Curtis Norwood, River Ridge (Lacey)
Brianne Ryan, Lynden Christian 1A Curt De Haan, Lynden Christian
Jasmine Stohr, LaSalle (Yakima) 2B Alyssa Goins, LaSalle (Yakima)
Elisha Lopez, Garfield-Palouse 1B Steve Swinney, Garfield-Palouse

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