Falcons Official Sponsor

rss_feed Latest News

Soccer Knocks off Romeo 2-0

The Rochester Girls Soccer team picked up win number two this season, knocking off Romeo on the road, to move to 2-0 on the season. Sophia Williams got it started for the Falcons, scoring the first goal to put Rochester ahead 1-0, before Kaitlin Ducharme put the game away. Kaitlyn Goodwin posted her second straight

Girls Soccer Starts off Season with 2-0 Victory

The Rochester Girls Soccer team got off to a fast start, going up early over North Farmington 1-0 at the half after sophomore Sydney Swart collected her first varsity goal. In the second half the Falcons had a plethora of opportunities to put several in the back of the net, and finally capitalized when senior

Spring Tryout Dates

*All student-athletes must have a physical on file dated after April 15th of 2017. No student athlete will be permitted to tryout without a current physical on file. Girls Soccer Mar 12 5:45am in gym or on track. Mar 12 3p-5p Main or Stadium Mar 13 5:45am in gym or on field. Mar 13 3p-5p

Another Banner Year for RHS Cheer

The Rochester Competitive Cheer team is known statewide as the best program over the history of competitive cheer being a sport. Legendary coach Susan Wood led her teams to back-to-back state titles the previous two seasons, and despite all of the challenges this season, the Falcons finished the year as the third best competitive cheer

Rochester Wins OAA Blue

The Rochester Boys Basketball team had to fight to the very end, but they pulled out a win at home over Harrison, to secure a share of the OAA Blue title. Rochester improves to 16-4 on the year, and 12-2 in conference. LaMarcko Gulledge led Rochester with 22 points and 10 rebounds, and Hunter Schattler

Boys Basketball Beats Ferndale 70-48

The Rochester Boys Basketball team knocked off Ferndale 70-48, to move to 15-4 on the season. With a win on Thursday, Rochester will lock up a share of the OAA Blue title. LaMarcko Gulledge led the way for Rochester with 31 points and 17 rebounds, while Hunter Schattler chipped in 18.