2004-2005 All State

First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Dominic Hazzard North Kingstown Bobby Perry East Providence
Joe Mazzulla Hendricken Terrance Dunstan Mount Pleasant
Donald Carcieri Hendricken Chris Birrell Scituate
Edgar Martinez Central Adam Murga Cranston West
Patrick Dame Exeter/WG Jake Grimes St Raphael

First Player Biographies
Dominic Hazzard- North Kingstown
As the most dominant center in the Interscholastic League this year, Hazzard averaged 19 points and 8
rebounds per game. He also shot an impressive 49.5 percent from the floor and 33.3 percent from 
3-point land. Quick and athletic at 6-foot-4, he was one of only two players who were unanimous 
selections for first team All-Division. His efforts led North Kingstown to an 11-7 regular-season record.
Joe Mazzulla- Hendricken
Mazzulla, who earned second-team, All-State honors last season, earned the Gatorade Most Valuable 
Player Award this season by averaging 16 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2.5 steals per game while 
leading Bishop Hendricken to back-to-back state titles for the first time in school history. Mazzulla, a 
first-team, All-Division pick as well, tallied 18 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists in Hendricken's state 
championship win over Central, which included his 1,000th career point. The versatile shooting guard, 
who has a 3.6 GPA, shot 70 percent from the free-throw line. He was voted the most valuable player 
of the Division I state tournament.
Donald Carcieri- Hendricken
Called Rhode Island's best defender by the majority of Division I coaches, Carcieri averaged 16 points, 
6.5 steals, 4.0 assists, and 3.0 rebounds while helping Bishop Hendricken win its second consecutive state 
title. He scored 12 points in the title game victory over Central. Carcieri, voted to the All-Tournament team, 
also was a first-team, All-Division selection. He tallied 404 points this season to finish with 884 for his high 
school career. Hendricken won three out of its four games in the Kingdom of the Sun Classic in Ocala Fla., 
and Carcieri, who boasts a 4.0 GPA, was voted to the All-Tournament Team.
Edgar Martinez- Central
Martinez was Central's most dominant player this season. The high- flying 6-foot-3 forward led the Knights
to a 17-3 Division I record and all the way to the state finals. He averaged 15 points, 12 rebounds, and 3 
steals per game. He was as comfortable shooting the 3-pointer as he was pounding the ball inside. 
Martinez, who was voted first team All-Division, scored 12 points in Central's semifinal win over East 
Providence, and added 11 more in the Knights' loss to Bishop Hendricken in the state title 
Patrick Dame- Exeter/West Greenwich
After leading Exeter/West Greenwich to the Division III state title last season, Dame's Scarlet Knights 
moved up to Division II this season. Dame averaged 21 points, 6 assists, 6 rebounds, and 2 steals per 
game this season for a team that finished 20-1 and captured its second straight state crown. He was 
named the Division II Tournament's Most Valuable Player. He also was first team All- Division. Dame 
ended his high school career with 1,197 points.