Rochester Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball

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2019 Fall Sports Information

All student athletes playing or trying out for a fall sport must have an MHSAA Sports Physical on file in the athletic office BEFORE they can participate.  The physical form must be filled out completely and must be signed by a physician and dated on or after April 15th, 2019.  Please contact the athletic director

Volleyball Gets Win Over Berkley

The Sarah Steinmetz era has officially begun at Rochester High School. Steinmetz, who took over for Lauren Duquette (now at Marian), picked up her first in conference last night, as Rochester knocked off Berkley at home. The Falcons won the match in three straight sets. Rochester will return home next week.

Volleyball Tournament Action

Volleyball tournament held by Mercy this weekend, with all three levels participating in the tournament. As a program we tailgated outside, what a great day it was. We all enjoyed being together as everyone was there to support each other.   JV was placed in a hard pool and and did well for being short

Volleyball Finishes Second in Silver Division at Stoney

The Rochester Varsity Volleyball team has been fighting through some early injuries this season, but that didn’t stop the Falcons from going to the championship of the silver division in the Stoney Creek Invitational. The Falcons knocked off quality programs in Port Huron Northern and Grosse Pointe South, before falling to Detroit Country Day in

Volleyball Takes Home Bronze in First Tournament

Rochester opened the day at the Stoney Creek Invitational taking on Canton. The Falcons lost 11-25 and 9-25. Rochester took on rival Stoney creek and lost in two sets  14-25 and 11-25.  The Falcons took on top seeded Grand Blanc, and played well earning a split (losing) 15-25 and (winning) 25-23. In pool play Rochester was seeded into

Steinmetz Takes Over Volleyball Program

The Rochester Volleyball program just finished an undefeated conference run last season, which helped them collect their first conference title in nearly two decades, but next season will see the Falcons make a jump from the blue division to the white. Rochester returns an experienced core of players, include Ryan Allor, Sydney Jones and Sam

Volleyball Brings Home Post-Season Awards

The Rochester Volleyball season went very well for the Falcons, going undefeated in conference play, and winning their first conference title is several years. The following players were selected All-OAA: Maya Gilgenbach, Sydney Jones, Ryan Allor, and Maddie Halsey. Also bringing home more post-season accolades is senior Maddie Halsey, who was named MIVCA All-Region 16.

Volleyball Falls to Ike in District Semi-Finals

Article Courtesy of MIPrepZone Eisenhower coach Caitlin LaPratt said the Eagles’ balance has been crucial to their success all season. “We have a couple go-to hitters, but if they were to have an off night we have a lot of variety in our offense – we have other people we can go to,” LaPratt said.

Volleyball Knocks off Utica in Districts

Rochester opened district play against Utica at Stoney Creek High School on Tuesday. The Falcons knocked off Utica in three straight sets, to set up a district semi-final match up with Utica Eisenhower. Rochester will take on Ike on Thursday at 5:30pm at Stoney Creek High School.

Volleyball Falls to NDP

Article Courtesy of MIPrepZone PONTIAC – Maddy Chinn supplied 15 kills, four blocks and nine service points and Pontiac Notre Dame Prep earned a three-game volleyball win against Rochester Monday to remain unbeaten at home on the season. Gabby Shilling provided six kills and two blocks and Natalie Risi totaled 17 service points, six aces,