1993-1994 All State

First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Sean Martin Hendricken Marc Bayha Toll Gate
Kirk Higham North Kingstown John Gallogly Coventry
David Gee South Kingstown Jim Provoyeur LaSalle
Roland Hannah Hope Ken Michin Hendricken
Larry Klemanchuck Tolman Manny Daphnis Tolman

First Team Player Biographies
Sean Martin- Hendricken
At 6-foot-9, Martin was the most talked-about R.I. high school basketball player the past two years while 
playing for Hendricken. He already has accepted a scholarship to attend St. Joseph's University of the 
Atlantic 10. Martin finished his career as the all-time leader in rebounds and blocked shots at Hendricken. 
This year he played in just 15 games. He missed the first part of the season because of a broken leg. Martin 
averaged 14.5 points, 15 rebounds and 5.9 blocked shots in those 15 games. Martin's career totals at 
Hendricken included 1,159 points and 1,084 rebounds. He has been chosen Gatorade's R.I. Player of the 
Year and was a McDonald's All-American honorable mention.
Kirk Higham- North Kingstown
Higham carried North Kingstown from last in the A-Two Division last season to first place this time around. 
With the 6-foot-4 senior forward leading the way in scoring and rebounding, the Skippers captured the 
A-Two crown with a 12-6 record and reached the semifinals of the Class A tournament. Higham was a
virtual one-man show for the Skippers. During the regular season he averaged 28 points, 12 rebounds and 
5 blocked shots. Higham finished the league season nine points shy of 500. Higham's best individual effort 
came against La Salle when he totaled 47 points, 21 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals.
David Gee- South Kingstown
Gee was a big-time player for Class B-Two champion South Kingstown. Gee was the scoring leader in the 
division, averaging just over 20 points for the Rebels. The 6-4 Gee also averaged eight rebounds. There 
was little doubt that Gee, who finished his career with nearly 1,500 points, was the Rebels' go-to player and 
the catalyst who pushed South Kingstown to within two points of the Class B title game.
Roland Hannah- Hope
Hannah is the only junior on the first-team All-State squad. The 6-5 Hannah was the main man in leading 
Hope to its first Class A championship since 1986. Possessing, quickness, height, strength and shooting, 
Hannah averaged 20 points and grabbed anywhere from 15 to 20 rebounds per game. Hannah was the 
main reason the Blue Wave posted an impressive 18-3 record for the 1993-94 season.
Larry Klemanchuck- Tolman
Klemanchuck played basketball at very nearly warp speed for Tolman. Walking the ball up the court was 
never part of his game. The 5-8 senior point guard never stopped running full-tilt through and around 
opponents all season. He finished with nearly a 20-point, 6-assist average and helped the Tigers to the 
B-One championship and into the Class B state finals. Almost singlehandedly, Klemanchuck hauled the 
Tigers into the finals when he led a late-game rally against Shea in the semifinals.