2012-2013 All State

First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Kealen Ives Classical Austin Cilley Westerly
Jerelle Washington Central Jovel Beckford Mount Pleasant
Charles Correa St Raphael Ismael Batista Classical
Manny Kargbo Hope Owen Heath North Kingstown
Terrill Toe Classical Matt Walkow North Smithfield

First Team Player Biographies
Kealen Ives- Classical
Ives, the third-leading scorer in the state (21.7), led the Purple to its first state championship from his point 
guard position. Ives got the ball to his high-scoring teammates Terrill Toe and Ismael Batista but took it 
to the basket or launched 3-pointers when necessary. “Obviously, Kealen has been the most dominant 
player in the state,” head coach John Kavanagh said. “He got the ball to two 1,000-point scorers. He was
a leader on and off the floor. He spoke, and the kids listened.”
Jerelle Washington- Central
The only holdover from the 2012 state championship team and the most outstanding player in the finals last year, Washington did his best to help the rebuilding Knights. He averaged 23.3 points, second in the 
state behind Austin Cilley of Westerly (24.6), while running the point and led the team in every statistical 
category. “He led Division I in scoring while getting double- and triple-teamed every night. He would 
score points in so many different ways. He's one of the best athletes I've worked with since I've been 
coaching,” Central head coach Todd Keefe said. Washington is considering prep school.
Charles Correa- St Raphael
A first-team selection for the third consecutive year, Correa averaged 20.6 points despite missing five 
games after suffering a broken bone in his right hand against Mount Pleasant on Dec. 21. His best 
performance occurred on Jan. 25 when he scored 40 points, 28 in the second half, in leading the Saints 
to a 68-66 upset of North Kingstown. “He's a great point guard. He did everything we wanted. He shoots
the three. He makes foul shots. He's a great distributor,” coach Tom Sorrentine said. Correa is looking
at junior college or prep school.
Manny Kargbo- Hope
Kargbo could take over a game if necessary, and he did not try to do too much all by himself. He averaged
18.6 points, had 25 games scoring double figures, scored at least 20 points seven times and 30 points
four times. His 32 points and late free throws beat Coventry in the Division I semifinals, and he led Hope to
the Division I championship with 32 points against Classical. His free throws beat Coventry again, this time
in the first round of the state tournament. He scored 21 points in the semifinal loss to North Kingstown
and in seven playoff games averaged 22 points. “When we needed a big basket, he's who we went to,”
coach David Nyblom said. “And he took pride in his defense. He and Delonce Wright wanted to play
the other team's two best players. He scored 1,000 points and had 500 rebounds. It will be very difficult to
replace him.”  Kargbo is considering prep school or junior college.
Terrill Toe- Classical
The ninth-leading scorer in Rhode Island, Toe tallied his 1,000th career point this year and helped the 
Purple to the state championship. He averaged 19.6 points and was the top 3-point shooter in the state 
with 82 treys. “The first half of the season, Terrill couldn't miss. He had monster games. We won two 
games without Ismael Batista because Bishop Hendricken and Cranston West couldn't handle him,” coach
John Kavanagh said. “He's a kid who put in the work in the off-season and stepped up his game big-time
this season.'' Toe has visited Assumption College of the Division II Northeast 10 Conference.