2014-2015 All State

Rhode Island Basketball Coaches Association
First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Corey Daugherty Barrington Matt DeWolf  Barrington
Elijah Vasquez  Woonsocket Justin Mazzulla  Hendricken
Lawrence Sabir La Salle Nick Geremia North Providence
Matt Madoian  North Kingstown Jessy Taveras   Cranston East
Miguel Prieto Juanita Sanchez Steve Otis Tolman

Providence Journal
First Team Second Team
Player School Player School
Corey Daugherty Barrington Matt DeWolf  Barrington
Elijah Vasquez  Woonsocket Justin Mazzulla  Hendricken
Lawrence Sabir La Salle Nick Geremia North Providence
Matt Madoian  North Kingstown Jacee Hamelin   Westerly
Miguel Prieto Juanita Sanchez Leonard Williams Mount Pleasant

First Team Player Biographies
Corey Daugherty- Barrington

The lone returning first team selection, Daugherty was again the state's premier marksman from the perimeter.
The Gatorade Player of the Year led all Interscholastic League players in 3-pointers (88) and points scored (512)
while powering Barrington to the outright regular season title in Division I and the championship game of the
state tournament. Daugherty will continue his career at Brown University, a commitment he made as a junior.

Lawrence Sabir- La Salle
If you're looking to build a transition offense from the ground up, Sabir would be an ideal piece for your backcourt.
Disruptive on defense, quick in the open floor and athletic enough to finish at the rim, he led the Rams to a clean
sweep of the Division I and state tournament titles by averaging 15.4 points per game. Sabir topped La Salle in
field goals (149), 3-pointers (34), and free throws (84).


Elijah Vazquez- Woonsocket
Vazquez was instrumental in helping the Villa Novans make a late push for state tournament qualification, as
Woonsocket won a pair of playoff games to fight its way into the Division I semifinals. The lefthanded shooter scored
24 points in a victory over Coventry and added 21 in an upset of defending state champion Bishop Hendricken.
Vazquez averaged 19.9 points and finished second in the state in 3-pointers (86) and field goals (178).


Matt Madoian- North Kingstown
Madoian led the unheralded Skippers back to the Division I championship game and the final four of the Open State 
tournament thanks to some clutch postseason performances. The athletic 6-foot-3 wing poured in 30 points in an
overtime upset of Barrington in the Division I semifinals and racked up a game-high 26 in a state tournament
quarterfinal win over defending champion Bishop Hendricken. Madoian averaged 14 points on the season and will
continue his career at Johnson & Wales.


Miguel Prieto- Juanita Sanchez
Prieto emerged as one of the state's best players during the 2014 postseason and continued his rise as a junior
with the Cavaliers. He averaged a state-best 21.7 points per game and led the Interscholastic League with 180 field
goals. Prieto enjoyed another strong playoff run as well, sinking a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to down Tolman in the
Division II quarterfinals and pouring in 29 points against eventual champion La Salle in the state tournament quarterfinals.