Falmouth High School held its annual spring awards ceremony June 12 on campus. The teams from each level at FHS were lauded for their achievements on the field during the past season.
The girls’ tennis team was the lone ACL champion for the Clippers in the spring. They had five all-stars: Caroline Cobb, Sarah Monteiro, Holly O’Sullivan, Corinne McGillicuddy and Marie Moskal. McGillicuddy and Lindsey Shea were winners of the ACL Sportsmanship Awards. Moskal also won the Coaches’ Award. Cobb was the winner of the Outstanding Player Award and Monteiro earned a Coaches’ Award as well.
For the Falmouth High School boys’ lacrosse team, which earned its way to the Division 2 south semifinals, the Clippers landed two all-stars. Senior defender Jacob Castiglioni and freshman goalie George Armstrong earned spots. The ACL Sportsmanship Award went to Matt White. Coaches’ Awards went to Andrew Franks, Will O’Connor and Castiglioni.
For the JV lax team, Zachary McSherry won the ACL Sportsmanship Award. Aaron Schuck was named the Most Improved Player. Tom Chicoine was the winner of the Defensive Player of the Year Award, and Will Bohnenberger won the Offensive Player of the Year Award. Jason Holzman was Rookie of the Year.
For the girls’ lax varsity program, Maddi Haberl and Olivia Beaton were named to the All-Star team. Amanda Lens won the ACL Sportsmanship Award. Kyra Martino was the Coaches’ Award winner. Kate Hamilton won the Rookie of the Year Award and Anna Losordo was the winner of the Unsung Hero Award.
On the JV girls’ lax team, the ACL Sportsmanship Award went to Josephine Brennan. Coaches’ Awards were earned by Savannah Jensen, Kaitlin Goulart and Madeline Smith.
Both track and field teams were well decorated with award winners. State 200m champion Craig Green was named to the all-star team. ACL Sportsmanship Awards went to Adam Winbush, Owen Corey and John Turner. Felix Seidel and John Koss were the Coaches’ Award winners.
On the girls’ side, three were all-stars. They were: Alexa Johnson, Lily Josephs and Lauren O’Neil. Sportsmanship Awards were given to Alexandra Axon, Jasmine Athamni and Caitlin Cavossa. Coaches’ Awards went to Josephs and Athamni.
At the baseball diamond, the varsity all-star for FHS was Ryan Johnson. Blake Murphy won the ACL Sportsmanship Award. Murphy and Kyle Hogan were Coaches’ Award winners. On the JV team, Joseph Pepoli was the winner of the ACL Sportsmanship Award and Matt Maggio, Tom Skehill and Adam Souweine all were the Coaches’ Award winners. For the freshman team, which went undefeated, Max Burt won the ACL Sportsmanship Award. Coaches’ Awards went to Nick Crocker, Brandon Woodward and Jake Hartzler.
Falmouth’s golf team had a great spring, qualifying for the state tournament. Alex Yarosh and Margaret Palmer both earned spots on the league All-Star team. Abby Peterson was the Sportsmanship Award winner. Grace Peterson, Maddie Scavotto and Lily Hennessy were the Coaches’ Award winners.
Kyle Hampton was the FHS winner of the ACL Sportsmanship Award for the boys’ varsity tennis team. He also won the Clipper Award. Jared Talbot won the Coaches’ Award and Gus Grosenbaugh won the ACE Award.
Alexa Scribner and Kelly Ferreira were named All-Stars for the FHS softball team, while Hannah Kingsley won the ACL Sportsmanship Award. Scribner, Ferreira and Kathleen Desmond all took home Coaches’ Awards as well. Julia Scussel was the JV winner of the Sportsmanship Award while Rachel Vokey and Chloe Crago were the team’s Coaches’ Award winners.
For the sailing team, Henry Paruch won the Sportsmanship Award. Coaches’ Awards went to Kathleen Toner and Gabrielle Uitti.