1992-1993 All State

First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Michael Holston Hope Dan Forbes East Greenwich
Curtis McCants St Raphael Josh Picard Hendricken
Sean Martin Hendricken Alex Butler East Providence
Randy Butler Rogers Tim Reed  Rogers
Mike Marques Cranston West Rick Oldrid Tolman

First Team Player Biographies
Michael Holston- Hope
Hope's leading scorer with 22 points a game and at 6-foot-1, one of the Blue Wave's leading rebounders.
Blessed with loads of raw talent, Holston was Hope's go-to guy when points were needed. He led the 
Blue Wave in three-point shooting, averaging three or four a game. Holston is thinking about attending 
Rhode Island College or possibly a prep school in the fall. 
Curtis McCants- St. Raphael
The best all-around player in R.I. high school basketball this year. A first-team All Stater for the second
consecutive year. McCants did everything for the Saints. He averaged 32 points, 9 assists and 8 rebounds
a game and the 6-foot guard was a 75 percent free-throw shooter. He totaled 861 points this year in 
Class B and finished with over 2,000 career points. McCants will be attending George Mason University,
a Division One school on a basketball scholarship next year. 
Sean Martin- Hendricken
At 6-foot-9 he is already attracting lots of attention from Division One colleges because of his size. A 
junior, Martin was immense this year for Hendricken. Through a 26 game schedule the Seekonk, Mass.
native averaged 18 points, 18 rebounds and 5.5 blocked shots a game. His wide-body size caused major
problems for opponents, who were forced to change their game whenever Martin guarded them.
Randy Butler- Rogers
Rogers' top all-around player, he led the Vikings to their third Class A state title in the last four years. The
6-1 Butler improved all parts of his game, from defense to passing to outside shooting. Butler, who was 
chosen MVP of the Class A state tournament, averaged 16 points a game and led the Vikings in three-
point shooting percentage. He is looking to attend either a prep school or junior college next year. 
Mike Marques- Cranston West
The 6-foot-4 Marques was consistent all season and a key factor in the Falcons repeating as Class B
state champions. A senior, he did a lot of things well. Marques led the team in scoring, averaging 23 points
a game, and was the team's primary rebounder. He had the ability to shoot three-pointers and also to
penetrate to the basket. His varied abilities on the court made him a very tough player to contend with. 
Marques finished his career with 1,200 career points. A "B" student, Marques plans to attend college next
fall but isn't sure where.