Multiple Teams · Al Poynter Takes Over Girls Basketball Program
Al Poynter, a veteran coach in Oakland County, takes over for the Rochester girls basketball program, and hopes to lead the Falcons back to prominence. Poynter, a former Berkley High School boys coach and Oxford High School girls coach, and most recently Macomb Community College womens assistant basketball coach, will take over a program hungry
Multiple Teams · Paola Barazza Named All OAA-Blue
Last season Paola Barazza was forced to sit out the entire season after suffering an ACL injury in the off-season. Paola averaged just over 16 points per game and was third in the state in three pointers made as a freshmen. Paola rebounded from her injury to average 14 points per game, and will helped guide
Multiple Teams · Girls Basketball Downs Ferndale
It’s crossover time in the OAA, and Rochester traveled to Ferndale last night in OAA Blue and Gold crossover action. The falcons knocked off the golden eagles 44-33, and will travel to Bishop Foley tonight to conclude the regular season. Rochester was led by freshmen Jordan Banks with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Tori Hawkins
Multiple Teams · Rochester Beats Troy
The Rochester Girls Basketball team had a great night on and off the court tonight. The Falcons knocked off Troy 34-23, in front of a large crowd, in a strong defensive battle. Paola Barraza led Rochester with 16 on the night. Rochester also celebrated a “Pink Out”, as they helped raise $560 for the Susan
Multiple Teams · Seaholm Knocks off Rochester in Girls Basketball
Article Courtesy of MIPrepZone Caroline Owens led the way with 16 points and Dana Hoerman supplied 12 for the Maples (8-9, 6-1 OAA Blue). Nicole Cubba had eight point and Paola Barraza added seven for Rochester.
Multiple Teams · Breast Cancer Awareness Game Friday
The Rochester Girls Basketball team will be wearing pink on Friday, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, against Troy. The Falcons will be donating funds made at the game to Breast Cancer Awareness, and all students will be admitted to the game for free. Everyone is encouraged to wear pink!
Multiple Teams · Girls Basketball Falls to Adams
Article Courtesy of the MIPrepZone Normally, you put a high school kid in an unfamiliar college building, with different markings on the floor, brighter lights and a much more active shooting background, and they struggle to hit shots. For a Rochester Adams team that’s struggled all season long to make shots, Friday’s trip to Oakland
Multiple Teams · Girls Basketball Community Outreach
The Rochester Girls Basketball team traveled to Detroit this past weekend, to volunteer at Detroit Life Builders.The girls spent time in the kitchen providing a healthy meal for the young kids, while also entertaining them and playing board games. Thank you to our girls basketball program for making a difference!
Multiple Teams · Girls Basketball Knocks off Avondale
The Rochester Girls Basketball team knocked off Avondale 36-29 on the road yesterday. The Falcons were led by Paola Barazza with 13 points, and Jenna Norgrove added 9. Rochester will return to the hardwood on Friday, as they take on Ferndale.