2013-2014 All State

Rhode Island Basketball Coaches Association & Providence Journal All State
First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Kealen Ives Classical Wayne McKinney Central
Sean Roles Coventry Kody Greenhalgh West Warwick
Ben Vezele Hope Matthew Duffie Hendricken
Grant Gillis North Kingstown Harry Calderon Juanita Sanchez
Corey Daugherty Barrington Keon Wilson  LaSalle

First Team Player Biographies
Kealen Ives- Classical
The consensus Interscholastic League player of the year, the 5-foot-10 senior guard earned his second 
consecutive first team All-State honor this season, the only player in the state earning two straight first 
team honors.  Last year, he had led a veteran Classical team to the state championship. This year he helped 
a young team reach the semifinal round of the Division I  tournament and the quarterfinal round of the state 
open tourney. He was one of the top scorers in the state with a 22.8 average, and also one of the top three-
point shooters, as he connected  on 71 3-pointers.
Sean Roles- Coventry
The 6-foot-7 Roles led Coventry’s ride to the semifinal round of the state open tournament and a third-best 
Division I regular season record with his play at both end of the court. He averaged 16 points, nine rebounds 
and three blocks per game. He connected on 54 percent of his shots from the field and 73 percent of his 
free throws.
Ben Vezele- Hope
Despite playing out of position much of the season, Vezele averaged 19 points per game and 17 in league 
games. He also pulled down 13 rebounds per game, had 2.5 blocks per game and dished off three assists 
per contest.
Grant Gillis- North Kingstown
The 6-foot-7 senior became the North Kingstown single-season rebounding leader as he pulled down 275 
this season. His inside play was a big reason North Kingstown posted the second-best Division I record 
during the regular season at 14-4. He led the Skippers in scoring with a 15.2 average.  He also led the team
in field goal percentage, shooting 52 percent from the floor.
Corey Daugherty- Barrington
Already committed to Brown University, the Eagles junior scored 514 points this season and went over 
the 1,000 career point mark. An outstanding outside shooter, as well as playmaker and defensive standout,
Daugherty showed he was one of the best players in the state as he averaged 24 points per game, five 
assists and two steals. He shot over 50 percent from three-point land and made 53 3-pointers.