1994-1995 All State

First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Marc Bayha Toll Gate Bill Robinson West Warwick
Ken Michin Hendricken Ross Callen Hendricken
Roland Hannah Hope Ryan Cawley Rogers
Jon McClark LaSalle Arondae Washington Hope
Laurenco Da Silva Shea Pablo Toribio Central


First Team Player Biographies
Marc Bayha- Toll Gate
Marc Bayha is arguably the best all-around player in Rhode Island. The 5-foot-11 junior point guard led 
Toll Gate in scoring average, assists and steals, and was second on the club in rebounds. The high point of
his season was a 40-point effort against Cranston East that also included his 1,000th career point. Bayha's 
skill at seeing the entire court, knowing where every other player is, dribbling and passing was unequaled 
this year.
Ken Michin- Hendricken
Ken Michin, at 6-foot-9, was the biggest player on the R.I high-school courts this winter and he equalled his 
size with his abilities. Michin, who will play college basketball at Boston University next year, averaged 17 
points and 17 rebounds a game for Hendricken and was named MVP of the Class A state tournament. His 
bulk in the middle intimidated opponents and forced them, on most occasions, to alter their shots or restart 
their offense.
Roland Hannah-Hope
Roland Hannah is a repeat first-team All-Stater. The 6-foot-5 Hope senior center had the ability to take 
over games with his shooting and rebounding. Hannah averaged 20 points and anywhere from 15 to 20 
rebounds a game for the Blue Wave. His inside strengh and quickness allowed him to position himself for 
rebounds and easy scoring opportunities.
Jon McClark- La Salle
Jon McClark is another junior with unlimited potential on the first team. The 6-6 forward matured in his
game and became a more natural player. He topped La Salle in scoring and rebounding, averaging 21 
points and 15 rebounds a game. McClark, a quick leaper, also became a better shot blocker, collecting four 
a game. He had a super post season, scoring 91 points, including 50 against East Providence.
Laurenco DaSilva- Shea
Laurenco DaSilva has been a force for the Raiders all season and one of the main reasons that Shea 
compiled the best overall record in Class B. The Raiders 6-1 guard/forward was the team leader averaging 
19 points and 13 rebounds a game. A great offensive rebounder with a good baseline touch and a pretty 
up-fake under the basket, Da Silva was the go-to player whenever the Raiders needed a big basket.