Falmouth High School was the site of two college signings April 13. Senior Caroline Ray, joined by her parents, Jamie and Karen, brother Matthew, teammates, coaches and athletic director Cooper Higgins, committed to attend and play tennis at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts.
“It’s really exciting,” said Ray, who has been a key cog on a Falmouth girls’ tennis team which enters the new season with a 125-match win streak and has captured eight straight state championships. “It came down to Stonehill and Endicott. I really had my eye set on Stonehill. Stonehill is a perfect fit for me. Their tennis program is very strong. Our team at Falmouth is really close. I’m excited to see what I can do for the Stonehill team.”
Senior Louisa MacEwan, joined by her parents, Alan and Holly, teammates, coaches and athletic director Cooper Higgins, then committed to attend and row at Boston College, where she intends to study political science with an eye on becoming a lawyer.
“I started rowing in seventh grade and I always wanted to go to BC,” said MacEewan, who rowed with Yarmouth in high school since Falmouth doesn’t have a crew team. “My brother and sister both go there. I looked at a few other schools, but BC was first choice. I got a call in November asking if I’d commit and I very happily did. It was my dream. It’s a very good program. I’m excited to row with some great rowers.”