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.
Apply now… Application deadline Extended to May 1, 2020!
If you have any questions or need more information, contact Sean Gallagher (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2019 Scholarship Winners
Connor Sherwood is a graduate of St. John Paul II High school. In the fall he will be attending the University of Dayton where he will be majoring in Sports Management. At St John Paul II Connor was the Them Manager for the basketball team that went 23–3 in 2019. Connor’s family has hosted Commodores player from 2013 thru 2018. During the 2014 season Connor was a Falmouth Commodores Bat Boy.
Max Roman is a graduate of Falmouth High School. In the fall he will be attending College of Charleston. At Falmouth High School Max was a member of the Science, Math, Art and National Honor Societies and a member of the Peer Mentoring program. He has also won awards for graphic design and played varsity football, hockey and baseball. During Elementary School Max attended the Falmouth Commodores Summer Baseball Camp and he loved attending games and chasing foul balls.
Madison Robichaud is a graduate of Falmouth High School. In the fall Madison will attend Nichols College where she plans to major in accounting. At Falmouth High School Madison served as her Class Representative and was a Peer Mentor. She also played Varsity Lacrosse and Hockey. For the past 8 years Madison has worked at the concession stand for the Falmouth Commodores.
Connor Shea is a graduate of Falmouth High School. In the fall Connor will be attending Westfield State College where he plans on majoring in Criminal Justice. At Falmouth High School Connor was a Mentor to 8th graders through the CTE Club. He also played Varsity Soccer and Lacrosse. Connor and his Family have been hosting Falmouth Commodores Players for the past 8 years.
Noah Johnsen is a graduate of Falmouth High School. In the fall Noah will be attending the University of South Carolina where he plans to major in Computer Engineering. At Falmouth High School Noah has been a member of the Math Honor Society and the National Honor Society. He also played Varsity Basketball and Baseball. Noah and his Family have been hosting Falmouth Commodores Players for the past 7 years. Hosting Falmouth Commodores Players he says has been one of his most memorable childhood experiences.
2018 Scholarship Winners
Tyler McKenzie — Southern New Hampshire University
Bridget Birmingham — Boston University
Ian Melkonian — Suffolk University
Emma Shank — Villanova University
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