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RFA senior Premo among Section III hockey all-stars

Steve Jones
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Posted 2/15/23

Three local players earned spots on the Section III boys hockey all-star teams.

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RFA senior Premo among Section III hockey all-stars


Three local players earned spots on the Section III boys hockey all-star teams.

In Division 1, Rome Free Academy senior forward Jake Premo was named to the first team. RFA senior defenseman Tyler Wilson was chosen for the second team.

Premo’s 18 goals and 22 assists both lead the Black Knights this season. He’s sixth in the division in goals and fifth in assists.

Wilson has 10 goals, most among RFA defenders, as well as 14 assists, tied for first among RFA defenders. He’s fourth among defenders in the division in goals and tied for third among defenders in assists.

RFA had five players named as honorable mentions: junior forwards Carmen Orton and John Sharrino, junior defenseman Jimmy DeAngelo and eighth grade goalie Donte Sparace.

Mohawk Valley Jugglers senior forward Luke Williams, who attends Notre Dame was also named an honorable mention.

The rest of the first team is: forwards William Schneid of West Genesee, Zach Blevins of Ontario Bay and Jameson Bucktooth of Syracuse; defensemen Ryan Considine of West Genesee, Forrest Ives of Cazenovia and Garrett Sutton of Baldwinsville; and goalie James Welch of Liverpool.

Schneid and Ives were the co-players of the year.

The second team is: forwards Liam Burns of West Genesee, Nico Tardibone of Fulton, Jack Donlin of Cazenovia and Nick Rayfield of Syracuse; defensemen Brad Cole of Liverpool and Trevor Sutton of Baldwinsville; and goalie Chris Finger of Fayetteville-Manlius.

The other honorable mentions are: Syracuse’s Adam Frye, Ben Thieben, Pat Sheridan, Owen Etoll; Cicero-North Syracuse’s Tanner Long and Emmitt Porter; F-M’s Greg Manzi, Joey Leveroni, Brian Tonkovich; Watertown IHC’s Jayden Romig, Luc Lefex, Mic O’Donnell, Logan Gilbert, Nate Ward, Brodie McGregor; Liverpool’s Cole Broughton and Evan Haskins; Ontario Bay’s David Stern, Bradyn Walker, Owen Newton, Bryce Goodnough, Riley Ballou; Cazenovia’s Logan Hull; West Genny’s Jack Giannuzzi, Will Shields, Jack Mellen, Jared Jaeger, Luke Beck; Fulton’s Daniel Devendorf; Baldwinsville’s Brayden Penafeather-Stevenson, Fernando Moreno, Keegan Lynch, Jamie Gipe, Nicholas Cary, Leo Vona, Jon Shirmer.

The coaching staff of the year is head coach Mark Lloyd and the staff for Baldwinsville.

The team sportsmanship award was given to Syracuse.

Spartans’ Gall makes the list

In Division 2, New Hartford junior defenseman Rowan Gall earned a spot on the second team. He leaders the team with 25 points and is second in goals (10) and first in assists (15). He’s tied for most goals by a defenseman in the division and third in assists among defenders.

Gall’s teammate Gabe Syrotynski, a senior forward, earned honorable mention status.

Clinton had four forwards named honorable mention: Caden Hinderling (senior), Kooper Kulpa (senior), Max Williams (sophomore) and Aiden Soika (junior).

Whitesboro had five honorable mentions: forwards Santino Pedula (sophomore), Josh Bono (senior), Kaeden Wood (senior), Tyler Stivali (junior) and senior goalie Kristian Matthews.

Skaneateles goalie Chad Lowe was named the player of the year. He was also the first team goalie.

Also on the first team are forwards Henry Major of Skaneateles and Cortland/Homer’s Andrew Partigianoni, Hunter Everle and Mitch Riter; defensemen Finn Wheeler and Joe Dotterer of Christian Brothers Academy/Jamesville-DeWitt and Andrew Falkenberg of Skaneateles.

The second team players are: forwards Ian Cady and Brayden Miller of Oswego, Quinn Wimer of CBA/J-D and Andrew Gaglione of Skaneateles; defensemen Tucker Gabriel and Ryan Spalding of Cortland/Homer; and goalie Mason Jones of Auburn.

Also named as honorable mentions: Auburn’s Jack Pineau, Evan Moore, Luke Mizro; Skaneateles’ Jack Torrey, Sutton Paro, Kaden Rutledge; Oswego’s Parker Koproski, Riely Wallace, Louis Roman; Cortland/Homer’s Chris Yang and CBA/J-D’s Will Sharlow, Gavin parks, Alex Binsack, Nate Vault.

The coaching staff of the year went to two programs: Paul Quinlan and the staff at Cortland/Homer and Mitch Major and the staff at Skaneateles.

The team sportsmanship award was given to Cortland/Homer.


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