Falmouth High School Baseball
by Kevin Winship on April 24th, 2017

​Cam Guarino didn't allow a single run as Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity defeated Cape Elizabeth 2-0 on Monday. Guarino allowed just four hits and induced a groundout from G Mello to end the game.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Cam Guarino struck out six, while Cape Elizabeth pitchers sat down six.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity took an early lead in the second inning. Marcus Cady's sac fly scored one run for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity.

One bright spot for Cape Elizabeth was a single by #4 in the first inning.

Guarino earned the win for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. He pitched seven innings, allowing zero runs, four hits, striking out six, and walking one. S Agrodina took the loss for Cape Elizabeth. He tossed six innings, allowing two runs, five hits, and striking out four.

Robbie Armitage and Cady each drove in one run to lead Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity.

F Bowe led Cape Elizabeth with two hits in three at bats.

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TB: Garrett Aube 2, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier, Griff Aube, Cam Guarino 
RBI: Robbie Armitage, Marcus Cady 
SF: Marcus Cady 
ROE: Cam Guarino 
FC: Robbie Armitage 
CS: Robbie Armitage 
Team QAB: 14 (48.28%) 
Garrett Aube 2, Colin Coyne, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier 2, Griff Aube, Will Blum, Cam Guarino 2, Marcus Cady 2, Will Bopp 2 

Team LOB: 6
E: Griff Aube 
DP: Colin Coyne, Robbie Armitage, Griff Aube 
W: Cam Guarino 
HBP: Cam Guarino 
Pitches-Strikes: Cam Guarino 90-60 
Groundouts-Flyouts: Cam Guarino 11-2 
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Cam Guarino 17-27 

by Falmouth Baseball on April 22nd, 2017

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity defeated Fryeburg 12-2 on Saturday after taking the lead late in the game. The game was tied at two with Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity batting in the top of the fifth when there was an error, scoring one run.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity captured the lead in the first inning. Robbie Armitage's sac fly scored one run for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity.

Fryeburg evened things up at two in the bottom of the fourth inning. An error scored one run for Fryeburg.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity scored six runs in the sixth inning. Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity's big inning was driven by a double by Max Fortier, a fielder's choice , a walk by Cam Guarino, a walk , and a double.

Fortier earned the win for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. He went seven innings, surrendering two runs, eight hits, striking out 15, and walking zero.Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity collected 11 hits. Garrett Aube, Fortier, and Griff Aube each collected multiple hits for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. Aube went 3-for-6 at the plate to lead Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity in hits.

Fryeburg had eight hits in the game. #6 and #3 each collected multiple hits for Fryeburg.
2B: Garrett Aube, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier, Griff Aube 
TB: Garrett Aube 4, Robbie Armitage 2, Max Fortier 3, Griff Aube 3, Will Blum, Cam Guarino, Garrett Tracy 
RBI: Garrett Aube 3, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier, Will Blum, Garrett Tracy 2, Marcus Cady 
SF: Robbie Armitage 
ROE: Will Blum, Garrett Tracy 
FC: Colin Coyne, Will Blum 
HBP: Colin Coyne 2, Cam Guarino 
SB: Griff Aube, Will Blum, Will Bopp 

Team QAB: 19 (40.43%) 
Garrett Aube, Colin Coyne 2, Robbie Armitage 3, Max Fortier 2, Griff Aube 4, Will Blum, Cam Guarino 2, Ike Keilley, Will Bopp 3 

Team LOB: 14
FieldingE: Robbie Armitage, Colin Lento 
​W: Max Fortier 
Pitches-Strikes: Max Fortier 98-73 
Groundouts-Flyouts: Max Fortier 3-2 
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Max Fortier 17-31 

by Falmouth Baseball on April 20th, 2017

​Please Join Us!
Cam Guarino, student athlete from Falmouth High School will be presented with the MaxPreps Athlete of the Month Award for March, presented by the United States Marines Corps. The presentation will be made during an athletic assembly.
Falmouth High School
74 Woodville Rd.
Falmouth, ME 04105
3:30 PM
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
H.S. Athletic Director – James Coffey
Baseball Coach – Kevin Winship
Special Guest Presenter – Lenny DiNardo, played 6 years in the MLB for the Red Sox, A’s, and Royals. He was part of the 2004 Boston Red Sox World Series team
Marine Representative – Staff Sergeant Jonathan Wright
Cam Guarino, has been the most deserving student athlete for the  month of March at Falmouth High School displaying ideals that the Marines stand for, like bravery, dedication, perseverance, personal sacrifice for others and being a positive influence in one’s community.   Guarino is a part of the baseball team at Falmouth.
MaxPreps and the United States Marines Corps have teamed up to honor some of America’s most deserving student-athletes with the High School Athlete of the Month Award. This title is given to any athletes that any American community would be proud to call its  own. The program is designed to honor athletes who display ideals that the Marines stand for like bravery, dedication, perseverance, personal sacrifice for others and being a positive influence in one’s community. It’s not about stats. It’s about the bigger picture, or a single moment that puts individual ideals ahead of the game. One male and one female athlete are named each month, from September to June. Any sport or grade is eligible, as long as the athlete is currently in high school. Each month the winners will receive a featured article and video on MaxPreps and CBSSports.                               

MaxPreps is America's source for high school sports, dedicated to covering every team, every game and every player. MaxPreps partners with nearly 100,000 coaches throughout America. Founded in August 2002, MaxPreps.com is headquartered in Cameron Park, California and       is a unit of CBS Interactive. For more information about MaxPreps.com and for the latest high school sports news, scores, and expert analysis, please visit www.maxpreps.com. For more information about CBS Interactive, visit                                   www.cbsinteractive.com.

by Falmouth Baseball on April 19th, 2017

Congratulations to Coach Winship on his 100th win with the Falmouth Baseball Program!

by Falmouth Baseball on April 19th, 2017

Cam Guarino didn't allow a single run as the Falmouth Yachtsmen defeated Gray-New Gloucester 3-0 on Wednesday.

Guarino allowed just three hits and induced a groundout from Jv Vilanueva to end the game.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Cam Guarino struck out 14, while Gray-New Gloucester pitchers sat down two.

Falmouth  took an early lead in the first inning. Max Fortier hit into a fielder's choice, scoring one run. Gray-New Gloucester's Jv Vilanueva singled in the first inning.

Guarino earned the win for the Yachtsmen. He threw seven innings, surrendering zero runs, three hits, striking out 14, and walking one. 

#4 took the loss for Gray-New Gloucester. He went four innings, giving up three runs, three hits, and striking out one.

Griffin Aube, Fortier, and Garrett Aube each drove in one run to lead Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. Vilanueva led Gray-New Gloucester with two hits in four at bats.

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3B: Robbie Armitage 
TB: Garrett Aube, Robbie Armitage 4, Griff Aube, Will Blum 
RBI: Garrett Aube, Max Fortier, Griff Aube 
SF: Garrett Aube 
ROE: Garrett Tracy, Will Bopp 
FC: Garrett Aube, Colin Coyne, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier 
SB: Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier, Will Bopp 

Team QAB: 12 (36.36%) 
Garrett Aube 2, Colin Coyne, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier, Griff Aube, Will Blum 2, Cam Guarino, Garrett Tracy 3 

Team LOB: 9

E: Colin Lento 2 

W: Cam Guarino 
HBP: Cam Guarino 2 
WP: Cam Guarino 
Pitches-Strikes: Cam Guarino 106-68 
Groundouts-Flyouts: Cam Guarino 4-3 
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Cam Guarino 16-29 

by Falmouth Baseball on April 15th, 2017

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity defeated Sacopee Valley 5-0 on Saturday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Garrett Tracy struck out PlayerD to finish off the game.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity grabbed an early lead. Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity took the lead on a groundout in the first inning.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity took an early lead in the first inning. Max Fortier grounded out, scoring one run.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity scored three runs in the sixth inning. The big inning was thanks to a single by Garrett Tracy, a walk by Cam Guarino, and a wild pitch.One bright spot for Sacopee Valley was a single by PlayerB in the fourth inning.

Guarino earned the win for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. He tossed five innings, allowing zero runs, two hits, striking out seven, and walking zero. Tracy recorded the last six outs to earn the save for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity had nine hits in the game. Guarino and Garrett Aube each collected multiple hits for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. Aube, Fortier, Tracy, and Guarino each drove in one run to lead Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity didn't commit a single error in the field. Aube had nine chances in the field, the most on the team.
2B: Garrett Aube, Robbie Armitage 
TB: Garrett Aube 3, Robbie Armitage 2, Max Fortier, Cam Guarino 2, Garrett Tracy, Colin Lento, Will Bopp 
RBI: Garrett Aube, Max Fortier, Cam Guarino, Garrett Tracy 
SAC: Colin Lento 
FC: Garrett Aube 
CS: Garrett Aube, Sam Spugnardi 

Team QAB: 19 (63.33%) 
Garrett Aube 3, Colin Coyne 2, Robbie Armitage 2, Max Fortier, Griff Aube 3, Will Blum, Cam Guarino 2, Garrett Tracy 2, Colin Lento 2, Will Bopp 

Team LOB: 7

DP: Colin Coyne 
W: Cam Guarino 
SV: Garrett Tracy 
Pitches-Strikes: Cam Guarino 56-39, Garrett Tracy 20-16 
Groundouts-Flyouts: Cam Guarino 6-1, Garrett Tracy 1-1 
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Cam Guarino 9-16, Garrett Tracy 5-8 

by Falmouth Baseball on April 15th, 2017

​Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity jumped out to an early lead over Westbrook and took home an 18-3 victory on Thursday. Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity captured the lead in the first inning. 

Max Fortier's sac fly scored one run for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity.Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity scored seven runs in the sixth inning. Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity scored on a error, a error, a walk , a single , and a triple by Garrett Aube.

Reece Armitage earned the win for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. He went three innings, giving up zero runs, zero hits, and striking out eight. Griffin Aube threw two innings, as two relievers helped Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity finish off the victory.

Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity collected 16 hits. Robbie Armitage, Colin Coyne, Will Blum, Fortier, Aube, and Aube each collected multiple hits for Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity. 
Armitage went 4-for-5 at the plate to lead Falmouth Yachtsmen Varsity in hits.
2B: Garrett Aube, Colin Coyne, Max Fortier 
3B: Garrett Aube, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier 
TB: Garrett Aube 5, Colin Coyne 4, Robbie Armitage 6, Max Fortier 5, Griff Aube 2, Will Blum 2, Marcus Cady 
RBI: Garrett Aube 2, Colin Coyne, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier 3, Griff Aube 2, Will Blum 4, Marcus Cady 
SF: Max Fortier, Will Blum 
ROE: Garrett Aube, Robbie Armitage, Will Blum, Garrett Tracy, Ike Keilley 
FC: Max Fortier, Garrett Tracy 
HBP: Griff Aube 
SB: Garrett Aube, Robbie Armitage, Max Fortier, Garrett Tracy 

Team QAB: 17 (35.42%) 
Garrett Aube 3, Colin Coyne 2, Robbie Armitage 2, Max Fortier 3, Griff Aube, Will Blum 2, Cam Guarino, Garrett Tracy, Colin Lento, Marcus Cady 

Team LOB: 9

E: Garrett Aube, Robbie Armitage, Conner Coffin 

W: Reece Armitage 
SV: Robbie Armitage 
WP: Max Fortier, Reece Armitage 2 
Pitches-Strikes: Robbie Armitage 0-0, Max Fortier 25-13, Griff Aube 27-17, Reece Armitage 75-41 
Groundouts-Flyouts: Robbie Armitage 0-0, Max Fortier 0-2, Griff Aube 2-1, Reece Armitage 0-2 
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Robbie Armitage 0-0, Max Fortier 3-6, Griff Aube 3-7, Reece Armitage 7-16 

by Kevin Winship on March 31st, 2017

(From article)
​1. Falmouth
Head coach: Kevin Winship
2016 record: 19-1

Falmouth won 19 straight games before falling to Bangor in the Class A championship game. While State Player of the Year Connor Aube has graduated, Falmouth returns All-State pitcher Cam Guarino and second team All-State twin brothers Robbie Armitage (infield) and Reece Armitage (outfield). Guarino went 10-0 last year while Armitage posted a 7-0 record.

by Kevin Winship on March 30th, 2017

​Welcome to the 2017 Baseball Season.  Below is a link to a Falmouth Baseball Apparel store that we have set up.  This is an opportunity for Players, Family Members and Friends to purchase extra Falmouth Baseball Gear.  Please feel free to forward this to anyone you think may like to support Falmouth High School Baseball.



Placing your order is only a click away…

Thank You,
Coach Winship

by Falmouth Baseball on March 26th, 2017

From Perfect Game/Rawlings

Cam Guarino was named to the Perfect Game Pre-Season Northeast All-Region Team. In 2016, Guarino was also named to an WWBA All-Tournament team.  

​Preseason All-American and All-Region Teams
Annual awards recognize the top senior athletes in high school baseball nationwide 

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – March 15, 2017 – Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc., a subsidiary of Newell Brands (NYSE: NWL) and Perfect Game, announced today its annual Rawlings-Perfect Game Preseason All-American and All-Region Teams to recognize the top senior high school baseball athletes in the U.S. The annual teams highlight Rawlings’ and Perfect Game’s commitment to high school athletics and next-level players nationwide. 

“With more than 450,000 high school baseball players in the nation, the Rawlings-Perfect Game Preseason All-American players represent the very best in their class,” said Mike Thompson, executive vice president of marketing for St. Louis-based Rawlings. “Rawlings and Perfect Game are synonymous with the game of baseball, and the preseason awards allow us to recognize and reward these elite athletes for their hard work and contribution to the game.” 

The Rawlings-Perfect Game Preseason All-Region selections comprise players from nine regions around the country. 

Rawlings-Perfect Game Preseason All-American honorees are the top 150 players from the All-Region pool. Each recipient is named on one of three, 50-man roster national teams. 

“To receive the Rawlings-Perfect Game Preseason All-American or All-Region Award is a tremendous achievement for these high school student-athletes,” said Jerry Ford, president of Cedar Rapids, IA-based Perfect Game. “We are proud to recognize their talent as they prepare for their careers playing collegiate or professional baseball.” 

About Rawlings: 
Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc. is an innovative manufacturer and marketer of sporting goods worldwide. Founded in 1887, Rawlings is an authentic global sports brand, trusted by generations of athletes from the sandlot to the pros. Rawlings’ unparalleled quality and expert craftsmanship are the fundamental reasons why more athletes choose Rawlings, and why Rawlings is the Official Batting Helmet and Ball Supplier of Major League Baseball®, the official baseball of Minor League Baseball™ and the NCAA®, and the approved baseball, basketball, football, and softball of the National High School Federation®. For more information, please visit www.rawlings.com or call (314)819-2800. 

About Newell Brands: 
Newell Brands (NYSE: NWL) is a leading global consumer goods company with a strong portfolio of well-known brands, including Paper Mate®, Sharpie®, Dymo®, EXPO®, Parker®, Elmer’s®, Coleman®, Jostens®, Marmot®, Rawlings®, Oster®, Sunbeam®, FoodSaver®, Mr. Coffee®, Rubbermaid Commercial Products®, Graco®, Baby Jogger®, NUK®, Calphalon®, Rubbermaid®, Contigo®, First Alert®, Waddington and Yankee Candle®. For hundreds of millions of consumers, Newell Brands makes life better every day, where they live, learn, work and play. This press release and additional information about Newell Brands are available on the company’s website www.newellbrands.com 

About Perfect Game: 
Perfect Game is considered to be the elite amateur baseball scouting organization in existence, producing over 100 tournaments and showcases each year across the country. Perfect Game is dedicated to giving amateur players exposure to take their game to the next level, whether that be in college or in the professional ranks. At Perfect Game events, players are performing with top-level competition in front of college recruiters and professional scouts from all over the country. Because of this, these events prove to be invaluable to the college coaches as well as Major League Baseball as they can scout a large population of talented ballplayers in one location. To date, over 900 players that have played in a Perfect Game event have also played in Major League Baseball. Since 2003, over 10,000 Perfect Game alumni have been selected in the MLB First-Year Amateur Player Draft. For more information, please visit www.perfectgame.org

by Falmouth Baseball on March 12th, 2017

For the second year in a row, a Falmouth High School Baseball player has been named Best High School Player in the state of Maine by MaxPreps.

Cam Guarino, Falmouth, 5-11, 180, P
Guarino was the ace for a Falmouth team that went 19-1. He earned All-State honors going 10-0 on the bump with a 0.33 ERA and 50 strikeouts in 64 innings pitched.

Overall in Guarino's high school career he is 22-2 with an ERA of 0.43 with 121 strikeouts in 163.1 innings pitched.

Cam Guarino (2014, 2015, 2016)
W    L      IP        BF        R       H        SO       BB      ER       ERA
22    2   163.1    582       38   90       121        29      10      0.43​

​Guarino, who is headed to New Haven says, "I couldn't have earned this without my high school teammates throughout the years."

Guarino is on the SACSN National Team and received the SACSN National Leadership Award in 2016 and 2017 as well as All-America honors in 2015, 2016 and 2017. He pitched at the Met Ball Classic at Citi Field with the SACSN National Team retiring the side on 11 pitches with 2 strikeouts.  He has earned Under Armour Pre-Season All-American honors in 2015, 2016 and 2017.   Guarino maintains a 4.0 GPA and is a 3 year member of National Honor Society.

The full article is here: ​http://www.maxpreps.com/news/zi3BrUGeG0ah8nqMxqLuCA/best-high-school-baseball-player-in-each-state-for-the-2017-season.htm

by Elizabeth Guarino on February 28th, 2017

We have some very exciting news! The Hannaford Supermarket located in Falmouth, Maine, has chosen Falmouth High School Baseball Boosters as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Cause Bag program!

This means for the entire month of March, every time the blue reusable bag with the good karma message is purchased at the Falmouth location, we receive $1!

This is truly a great opportunity for us, and an easy way for you to show your support for Falmouth High School Baseball!

Please go to the store, find the reusable bag rack and buy a few bags!

And remember to spread the word – the more bags purchased, the bigger donation to FHS Baseball.

Each time a shopper purchases a Hannaford Helps reusable Good Karma bag at the Falmouth Hannaford, the Falmouth High School Baseball Boosters will receive $1.

​The Hannaford Cause Bag program was developed in order to further support Hannaford’s values by making it easy for our customers to contribute to their local community and support the environment. The program includes 2 great reusable bags, both supporting local nonprofits throughout New England and NY in the communities where Hannaford serves. And with store leadership choosing nonprofits to benefit each month,  the positive impact of bag sales has reached over 1000 causes!

​For more information on the Hannaford Cause Bag program, visit www.hannaford.bags4mycause.com or www.facebook.com/hhbagprogram

by Falmouth Baseball on February 3rd, 2017

​What was the process of being recruited to UT Martin? 
​​My process of being recruited was mostly because of summer baseball and the exposure I got from that.

​How has it been to be a student athlete at UT Martin? ​You are a freshman at UTM baseball. What’s it like to go from a senior in high school to a freshman on a team? Is there a change and difference? 
It's a lot of work. It's more work than I anticipated. The hardest part from going from a senior in high school to a freshman again is understanding that I'm on the bottom again and have to just listen and take crap from the upperclassmen. 

​What did you major in and why? 
I don't have a major. I am undecided.

Any advice for those who want to follow in your footsteps? 
My best advice is to make sure you love this sport and are willing to put in the time if you really want to play after high school. 
​​Looking back at FHS baseball, what are some of your favorite moments? 
Some of my favorite Falmouth High School moments are: the bus ride to games, team dinners, going through each year making new memories with new people and being able to play with my two brothers Griffin and Garret.
​You have what so many baseball players dream of doing. Do you realize that and what do you do to be your best each day?

I realize that I have been giving a gift and a opportunity to continue playing baseball. I take each day one by one and live it to the fullest because baseball has a clock and you can only play for so long. Any day I get to go out and continue playing the game makes all the hard work worth it. 
Follow Connor Aube and the UT Martin Baseball Team here: ​http://www.utmsports.com/sport/baseball

by Falmouth Baseball on November 11th, 2016

Falmouth High School Baseball is proud to have three players signing their National Letter of Intent to play baseball in college. The NLI ceremony was held on Thursday, November 10, 2017 at the Falmouth High School library where the student-athletes were surrounded by friends, family, faculty and coaches.  Robbie and Reece Armitage will play at Marist and Cam Guarino will pitch at New Haven. 

Cam Guarino

Cam Guarino signed his NLI to pitch at New Haven. 

Robbie and Reece Armitage

Robbie and Reece Armitage signed their NLIs to play at Marist.
Special thank you to FHS Athletic Director, James Coffey, Assistant AD Rob Sullivan, and Principal Gregg Palmer and to the faculty who support our athletes in the classroom. Thank you to all who attended.

by Falmouth Baseball on August 12th, 2016

Cam Guarino - LHP/1B

​Falmouth Baseball is proud to announce several recent college commitments from our class of 2017. Cam Guarino has committed to The University of New Haven and Robbie and Reece Armitage have committed to Marist College. Congratulations!!
College Commitment: University of New Haven 
Major: Environmental Science - Honors Program
Minor: Spanish

Robbie Armitage - SS

​College Commitment: Marist College

Reece Armitage - LHP/OF

​​College Commitment: Marist College
More About New Haven and The Northeast-10 Conference:
The New Haven Chargers are led by head coach Chris Celano and play in the prestigious Northeast-10 Conference. The NE-10 is a wood-bat league and is rooted in the principles of competition, commitment and character. The Northeast-10 Conference is an NCAA Division II conference that was established in 1979.  The conference consists of 15 member institutions located throughout the Northeast in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont.  
​More About Marist and MAAC Conference:
The Marist Red Foxes are led by head coach Chris Tracz and play in the MAAC conference, which is a D1 conference which ​includes 11 institutions strongly bound by the sound principles of quality and integrity in academics and excellence in athletics, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is in its 36th year of competition during the 2016-2017 academic year.   

by Falmouth Baseball on July 11th, 2016

Congratulations to Connor Aube and Cam Guarino for being selected for the Telegram All-State Team.  For a complete list, click ​http://www.pressherald.com/2016/07/10/maines-spring-high-school-sports-players-year/

Connor Aube (OF 2016)

​Connor Aube, Falmouth senior, outfielder: A repeat all-state selection, Aube was one of the best all-around players in the state. He batted .500 with six doubles, a triple and eight home runs, driving in 26 runs and scoring 33. He also threw out two baserunners. Aube will next play at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

Cam Guarino (LHP 2017)

​Cam Guarino, Falmouth junior, pitcher: A left-hander, Guarino played a major role in leading the Yachtsmen to the Class A state championship game. He went 10-0 with a 0.33 ERA and 51 strikeouts in 67 innings. He walked only 12 batters, and opponents hit .132 against him. Overall, Guarino is 22-2 with an ERA of .56.

by Falmouth Baseball on July 9th, 2016

1st Team​ All-Conference
​Connor Aube - OF
Cam Guarino - P
Robbie Armitage  - SS
Reece Armitage  - DH

2nd Team All-Conference
Chris Camelio - 3B
Colin Coyne  - 2B
Tyler Gee - OF

WMC All-Academic Team
​Matt Gramse, Mike Gramse and Jesse Melchiskey

by Falmouth Baseball on June 30th, 2016

​USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Maine Baseball Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2015-16 season.   Click here for more information: ​http://usatodayhss.com/2016/2015-16-all-usa-maine-baseball-team
Jeff Fahey, Bangor
Fahey directed Bangor to a near-perfect 19-1 season, ending Falmouth’s perfect record with a convincing 5-0 victory in the Class A state championship game.  It was the third consecutive state title for the Rams.

Player of the Year
Connor Aube, OF, Falmouth, 5-11/180, Sr.
The speedy center fielder added power to his game in 2016, smashing eight homers  and driving in 26 runs to go with his .516 average, 33 runs scored and 14 stolen bases for the 19-1 Yachtsmen. Aube has committed to Tennessee-Martin.

Cody Laweryson, P, Upper Kennebec Valley (Bingham), 6-3/170, Sr.

Trevor DeLaite, P, Bangor, 6-1/180, Sr.

Cam Guarino, P, Falmouth, 5-11/180, Jr.

Brendan Tinsman, C, Cape Elizabeth, 6-2/200, So.

Nick Mazurek, INF, Oceanside (Rockland), 6-3/185, Sr.

Matt Pushard, INF, Brewer, 6-5/230, Sr.

Ryan Twitchell, INF, Greely, 6-4/170, Jr.

Jarod Norcross-Plourde, INF, Edward Little (Auburn), 6-2/190, Jr.

Sam Troiano, OF, South Portland, 5-11/175, Jr.

Ben Lambert, OF, Thornton Academy (Saco), 5-11/170, Sr.


Jack Davenport, P, Freeport, 6-2/170, Sr.

Peter Kemble, P, Bangor, 6-2/195, Jr.

Roderick Maynard, P, Sacopee Valley (Hiram), 5-10/160, Sr.

Jackson Coutts, C, Orono, 6-3/230, Jr.

Chase Molloy, INF, Madison, 5-10/140, Sr.

Drew Lashua, INF, Edward Little (Auburn), 6-1/185, Sr.

Robbie Armitage, INF, Falmouth, 5-11/165, Jr.

Ben Nelson, INF, Gorham, 5-9/150, So.

Trejyn Fletcher, OF, Cheverus (Portland), 6-0/175, Fr.

Reece Armitage, OF, Falmouth, 6-0/170, Jr.

Lucien Gordley-Smith, OF, Belfast, 5-10/160, Sr.

by Falmouth Baseball on June 20th, 2016

​Congratulations All-Stars:

UnderClass All-Stars: Cam Guarino, Reece Armitage, Chris Camelio and Robbie Armitage
Senior All-Stars & Mr. Baseball Nominee: Connor Aube

Maine Underclass Showcase Game on Thursday, June 23rd @ St Joe's College (Standish, ME). Game start time will be 1:00pm.
​Maine Senior All-Star Game (East vs. West) on Friday, June 24th 
@ Colby College (Waterville, ME) Class C & D game (3:30pm ) followed by presentation of Mr. Baseball award (Dr. John Winkin) then the Class A & B game (6:30pm).

On Sunday, June 26, 2016 the top 20 Maine Senior baseball players from our state travel to Nashua, NH and play the state of New Hampshire's top 20 senior baseball players. Game will be played at Holman Stadium for a NOON start time.

by Falmouth Baseball on June 18th, 2016

From the Portland Press Herald:

​STANDISH — Bangor senior left-hander Trevor DeLaite held Falmouth to three hits as the Rams won their third straight Class A baseball state title, 5-0 Saturday afternoon at St. Joseph’s College.

DeLaite struck out 10, walked three and picked off two runners. He also doubled to set up Bangor’s first run.

Bangor celebrates with the trophy after defeating Falmouth 5-0 to win the Class A baseball state championship on Saturday at St. Joseph's College in Standish. 

Both teams finished 19-1.

Bangor took a 2-0 lead in the third. DeLaite followed a one-out walk with a double in the right-center gap. Derek Fournier singled home one runner and a fielder’s choice got DeLaite home.

The Rams made it 3-0 in the fifth on a sacrifice fly by Jesse Colford and scored twice more in the sixth on singles by Peter Kemble, George Payne and Kyle Stevenson.

Reece Armitage (7-1) allowed three hits and four walks and three earned runs in five innings for Falmouth. Cam Guarino allowed four hits and two unearned runs in two innings of relief.

Falmouth threatened only in the fourth inning by loading the bases with two out before Delaite ended the inning with a strikeout.

TB: Robbie Armitage, Colin Coyne, Garret Aube, Reece Armitage 
ROE: Robbie Armitage 
FC: Garret Aube, Hogan Tracy 
SB: Robbie Armitage 
PIK: Connor Aube, Garret Aube 
Team QAB: 14 (51.85%) 
Connor Aube 2, Robbie Armitage, Colin Coyne 2, Chris Camelio 2, Garret Aube 2, Hogan Tracy 2, Reece Armitage 2, Jessie Melchiskey 

LOB: 6

E: Garret Aube

L: Reece Armitage 
Pitches-Strikes: Reece Armitage 79-46, Cam Guarino 33-21 
Groundouts-Flyouts: Reece Armitage 8-1, Cam Guarino 1-3 
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Reece Armitage 18-22, Cam Guarino 4-11  

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