Wednesday, March 25, 2009

West Charlotte's Christal Caldwell leads voting for N.C. AP All-State team

Kinston's Reggie Bullock and West Charlotte's Christal Caldwell were the leading vote-getters on The Associated Press All-State prep basketball teams for North Carolina.

Bullock was a first-team pick on 14 of 16 ballots and earned 30 points in voting by sports writers across the state in results released Wednesday. The 6-foot-7 junior has committed to North Carolina and averaged 23 points per game.

Caldwell, who helped West Charlotte to the first state championship in school history, was a first-team pick on 13 ballots and earned 28 points to lead the women's first team. It was the second straight year the Florida recruit had led the voting for the women's team.

Votes for the first team counted as two points, while second-team picks were one point.

Reggie Bullock, Kinston (30), 6-7, G, Jr.
C.J. Harris, Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor (28), 6-3, G, Sr.
John Wall, Raleigh Word of God (24), 6-4, PG, Sr.
Ryan Kelly, Raleigh Ravenscroft (20), 6-10, F, Sr.
J.T. Terrell, Burlington Cummings (20), 6-3, G, Jr.
Ian Miller, Charlotte United Faith (18), 6-3, G, Jr.
Eric Mayo, Shelby (12), 6-4, F, Sr.
Mason Plumlee, Arden Christ School (11), 6-11, F, Sr.
Aaron Toomey, Kernersville McGuinness (8), 6-1, PG, Jr.
Akeem Richmond, Southern Lee (7), 6-2, G, Sr.
Christal Caldwell, West Charlotte (28), 5-11, G, Sr.
Keyrra Gillespie, Statesville (25), 5-6, PG, Sr.
Asia Williams, Durham Hillside (25), 5-11, G/F, Sr.
Erinn Thompson, Kernersville McGuinness (22), 6-3, C, Sr.
Shannon Smith, Gastonia Forestview (21), 5-7, G, Jr.
Anna Freeman, East Davidson (20), 6-1, F, Sr.
Katie Paschal, Williamston (11), 5-7, G, Jr.
Krista Gross, Concord Cannon (11), 6-1, G, Sr.
Eleisha Hairston, Reidsville (11), 6-1, F, Sr.
Nikki Burton, West Charlotte (10), 5-10, F, Sr. AP-ES-03-25-09 1502EDT


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How are the numbers for this year, any significant change form last year?.