Rochester Girls Varsity Soccer

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Four Falcons to Continue their Athletic Careers

Congratulations to our four student athletes on signing their letter of intent to play in college. Drake Reid (football), David Robinson (football), Noah Scott (soccer) and Kaitlyn Godwin (soccer).  This makes 14 total athletes (10 signed in the fall) who will continue their athletic careers in college. Drake Reid– – Drake has been a 4

Ten Student Athletes Sign on to Play Collegiately

Rochester High School is proud to announce that 10 student athletes signed their letter of intent to play at the college level.  See below for each signee and the school they will attend, congratulations to our athletes and their families!  Special thanks to Leo’s Coney Island for donating food for the luncheon. Nick Stepke– Hillsdale

Girls Soccer Beats Romeo

The Rochester Girls Soccer team knocked off Romeo 1-0 at home, on Tuesday, May 29th, to advance to the District Semi-Finals for the third consecutive year. The Falcons were led by Kaitlyn DuCharme, who scored the only goal for Rochester, and credity Gabby Gilmore with the assist. Kaitlyn Godwin got the shutout in net. Rochester

Rochester Stuns Bloomfield 1-0

The Rochester Girls Soccer team has played one of the most difficult schedules in the state this season. Competing in a stacked OAA Red Division, the Falcons have now faced five Top 20 teams in the state, but tonight Rochester played spoiler, as they went on the road and knocked off previously unbeaten Bloomfield Hills.

Girls Soccer Beats Farmington 2-0

Rochester went on the road and picked up win number six with a 2-0 win over Farmington. Jill Lekosiotis and Kaitlyn DuCharme both scored for the Falcons, while Sid Swart picked up the assist. Rochester is 6-6-3 on the season, with two remaining games against powerhouse Bloomfield and Adams.

Rochester Blanks Lake Orion 3-0

The Rochester Girls Soccer team got a much needed win at home, blanking Lake Orion at home 3-0. Kiley Schneck, Lilly Cooper, and Nichole Miller all scored goals, while Kaitlyn Ducharme picked up two assists on the night. Kaitlyn Godwin gets the shutout for the Falcons in goal. Rochester moves to 5-4-3 on the year,

Girls Soccer Beats Oxford 1-0

Kaitlyn Ducharme scored the lone goal as Rochester knocked off Oxford on the road. The Falcons were led by Kaitlyn Godwin in goal, who pitched her third shutout in the last four games.

Soccer Finishes Runner-Up in Tournament

The Rochester Girls Soccer team finished runner-up at the Ann Arbor Invitational on Saturday, April 21st. The Falcons defeated Belleville 1-0 in the opening game, as Sidney Swart punched one home for Rochester. Rochester would tie Ann Arbor Huron 0-0 in the second game, and lost to Livonia Stevenson 1-0 in the final game.

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

Soccer Advances in District Play

Article Courtesy of MIPrepZone ROCHESTER HILLS – After playing to a scoreless first half against Oxford in Tuesday’s girls soccer district opener, Rochester used a pair of second-half goals to earn a 2-0 win and continue on in a Division 1 district playoff hosted by Stoney Creek. Mackenzie Smith scored the game’s first goal at