George Creighton Scholarships
The Falmouth Commodores award scholarships to high school seniors who are residents of Falmouth. This scholarship is awarded each year in memory of George Creighton, a long-time volunteer and past president of the Falmouth Commodores. Mr. Creighton was very active in youth sports and baseball in particular.
The scholarships are awarded in recognition of student sports participation, academic achievement, volunteerism and financial need.
To apply for 2018: Click here for the Falmouth Commodores Scholarship Application!
If you have any questions or need more information, contact Sean Gallagher (email@example.com).
2017 Scholarship Winners
Chloe LeBoeuf is a graduate of St. John Paul II High School where she served as Class President for her final 2 years. She was also a member of the National Honor Society, Retreat Program and Reach Out Program. Chloe has received awards for her leadership and dedication to serve throughout her time in high school. Last summer, Chloe was a field intern for the Falmouth Commodores. Chloe will be attending Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR in the fall.
Conner Peters will be a rising freshman at Lasell College this fall, majoring in Sports Management. He will also be working with the Lasell basketball team as an apprentice for Coach Galletta. Conner’s passion for sports has been evident as a four-season intern for the Falmouth Commodores, having spent two seasons as a field intern and the most recent two seasons as a scouting intern. He lives in Falmouth with his family and is a graduate of Sturgis Charter International Baccalaureate High School in Hyannis. During his high school years, he was the assistant coach for both the basketball and baseball teams. Conner’s career goals are currently focused on coaching at the college level.
Sabrina Gillis is a graduate of Falmouth High School. During high school Sabrina was a member of the National Honor Society, the National Math Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society. Sabrina was also a member of the Varsity Golf Team. Sabrina is helping The Falmouth Commodores this year with our Annual Golf Tournament. In the Fall Sabrina will be attending Westfield State University, majoring in Early Childhood Education.
Jared Martino is a graduate of Falmouth High School. During high School Jared was a 3-sport athlete playing baseball basketball and football. He was also a member of the Falmouth High School State Champion Football Team in 2016. For the past seven years Jared and his family have been a Host Family for our Falmouth Commodores players. In the fall Jared will be attending Florida Gulf Coast University.
Jacob Hartzler is a graduate of Falmouth High School. During high school Jacob was a member of the National Honor Society and the National Math Honor Society. He was also a member of the Varsity Hockey and Baseball teams. For 4 years Jacob and his family have been a Host Family for our Falmouth Commodores players. For 3 years Jacob also served as a Falmouth Commodores Bat Boy. In the fall Jacob will be attending Roger Williams University.
Arthur Robichaud is a graduate of Falmouth High School. During high school Artie was the Captain of the Varsity Cross Country Team and was also a member of the Hockey and Tennis Team. For the past seven years Artie has worked at the Falmouth Commodores Concession Stand serving all our fans and players. In the Fall Artie will be attending Westfield State University where he will major in Elementary Education.
2017 Scholarship Winners
Chloe LeBoeuf — Lewis & Clark College
Conner Peters — Lasell College
Sabrina Gillis — Westfield State University
Jared Martino — Florida Golf Coast University
Jacob Hartzler — Roger Williams University
Arthur Robichaud — Westfield State University
2016 Scholarship Winners
Ashley Estrela – Wake Forest University
Matthew Russell – Boston University
Haley Schorer – Willamette University
2015 Scholarship Winners
Elizabeth Palmer — Fitchburg State University
Margaret Palmer — UMass Amherst
Justin Zmuda — University of New England
2014 Scholarship Winners
Lily Josephs — University of New Hampshire
Emily Turner — Trinity College