Johnston High School senior Jason Salvatore has been selected as a member of the Rhode Island Football Foundation’s Golden Dozen. Salvatore, a key part of Johnston football’s undefeated regular season, will be honored at the foundation’s 26th annual awards dinner on May 6.
The Golden Dozen recognizes Rhode Island football players who have excelled both academically and athletically. Salvatore is joined by Mt. Pleasant’s Oluwadamilola Animashaun, West Warwick’s Brian Bianchi, Classical’s Darryl Brooks, Hendricken’s Marco DelVecchio, St. George’s Will Fleming, Central’s Clarence Gallup, Providence Country Day’s Marquis Harper, Westerly’s Philip Lynch, Burrillville’s Steven McCormack, Tiverton’s Andrew Murray, and Ponaganset’s Scott Peterson.
Twelve student-athletes will also be honored with Silver Awards: Toll Gate’s David Babcock, St. Raphael’s Vincent Baccari, Shea’s Chris Fonseca, La Salle’s Chris Jeffrey, Narragansett’s Arthur Kershaw, Exeter/West Greenwich’s Jacob LaPerche, Cranston East’s Matt Marshall, East Providence’s Chris Mastrangelo, Chariho’s Mike Pagliarini, Coventry’s Brandon Parenteau, Barrington’s Ethan Snow and Scituate’s Justin Vieira.
The Rhode Island Football Foundation will present special awards at the banquet to Terrence Murray, Bob Wylie and John Pagano.