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The Rochester Athletics Booster Club will be holding a silent auction to benefit Rochester Athletics on May 30th at 7pm, at River Crest Banquet Hall. This fun-filled social event for parents, staff and friends of the RHS Falcons will include an hors d’oeuvres reception, cash bar, silent and live auctions, raffles, music, and more! Funds raised at this event will benefit the Rochester Booster Association and will potentially impact every Falcon athlete.
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Shwan Shadia Wins Back-to-Back State Championships
Shwan Shadia successfully defended his state title in the 189 pounds category yesterday at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Shwan now becomes the most decorated wrestler in Rochester High School history. Brother Shane, finished 5th in the 171 pound division.
Post-Season Schedule of Games
2/26- Girls Basketball @ Clarkston- Districts
2/28 and 2/29- Wrestling Individuals State Tournament @ The Palace
3/3- Boys Basketball @ Lake Orion- Districts
Rochester Boys Basketball Plays at the Palace
The Rochester Boys Basketball team took to the floor at the Palace of Auburn Hills on February 24, 2014, to face off against Clio. The Flacons were ecstatic to get the chance to play on the same floor as the three time NBA World Champion Detroit Pistons.
Rochester Boys Swim Shares Conference Title
The Rochester Boys Swim team shared the OAA Blue Conference Title with a perfect 6-0 conference record. The Falcons finished the season with a 7-4 overall record on the year.
The following boy's were All-League selections: 200 Free : Curran Moffitt
200 Individual Medley = James Schuler.
100 Free = Parker Jones 400 Free Relay: Parker Jones Vlady Kernyakevych Curran Moffitt James Schuler
Three Rochester Wrestlers Advance to State
Seniors Shwan Shadia, Shane Shadia, and Cam Daniels will advance to onto the individual state wrestling tournament 2/27-3/1 at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Shwan won the 189-lb individual regional title by pinning Grant Krause to advance on.
Brother Shane Shadia, pinned his opponent in the 171-lb weight class third place match.
Cam Daniels, fresh off of an individual district title in the heavyweight divison, suffered a shoulder surgery in the team regional. He was able to fight through the pain and advance on with a fourth place finish.
Wrestling Wins Back-to-Back District Titles
The Rochester High School Wrestling team won their second consecutive district championship at Stoney Creek on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Rochester will advance to the Regionals, which will be held at Rochester High School on Wednesday, February 12. Tickets are $5 at the gate.
7 Student-Athletes Make College Decision
Rochester High School celebrates seven student-athletes who made their decision to play college athletics at the next level. The seven student-athletes were surrounded by parents, coaches, administration, peers, and media, as they made their choices public in the Rochester High School Media Center.
Pictured left to right: Shane Shadia (wrestling) Michigan State, Emily Smith (softball) Ferris State, Maddie Moote (soccer) Kalamazoo College, Shwan Shadia (wrestling) Michigan State, Demetrius Magee (football) Mount Union, Jessica Goethals (cross country) Michigan State, Spiro Pliakos (soccer) University of Detroit.
RHS Girls Basketball Earns Road Win Over Farmington
Senior Alexa Haupt poured in 11 points to lead the lady falcons to a 41-37 victory over Farmington. Ivy Shultz and Maddie Williams chipped in 8 points respectively.
Rochester Boys Swim gets win over Ferndale
The Rochester Boys Swim team won 123-47 over Ferndale at Ferndale yesterday. This moves Rochester to 6-2 in the OAA Blue.
WRESTLING: Shadaia twins ready to succeed at MSU
The parents of Shwan and Shane Shadaia were elated to see their twin sons sign with Michigan State’s wrestling program in November for all the reasons one might expect. The Rochester High seniors will be attending the same college as older brother, Sheldon, will continue their wrestling careers in perhaps the country’s toughest conference, will remain in the same practice room and be able to help each other improve and will be competing close enough to home that mom and dad can attend plenty of their matches. What the Shadaia’s parents are likely most happy about, however, is less broken furniture and damage to their home’s interior. The highly-competitive siblings readily admit their home "practice sessions" have sometimes gotten out of hand. "As brothers, we are always trying to assert our dominance over each other and that has become pretty intense at home at times," said Shane, currently ranked sixth in the state overall at 171 pounds. "What started out as a friendly match, sometimes ended with hole in the wall and one time Shwan broke my bed, but it’s actually a healthy rivalry that’s helps us both because if he gets a takedown on me then that means I have to take him down. It’s really helped us improve."
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RHS Cheer Wins Royal Rumble
The Rochester Varsity Cheer team played host to over 40 teams this weekend at the annual Rochester Royal Rumble. The Falcons walked away with a first place finish.
The 8th annual Crosstown Showdown will be held Friday, January 17th at the O'Rena on the campus of Oakland University. The Adams and Rochester varsity basketball teams will continue their storied rivalry, along with performances by the cheer teams, dance squads and pep bands from both schools. * Admission: $5 and event t-shirts can be purchased at each high school for $15, which includes admission to both games. Student ID's will not be accepted at Oakland University - a ticket or t-shirt required for admission * Game Times: Girls - 6pm Boys - 8pm Sponsors for this year's event include: Smith Jewlers, Buffalo Wild Wings, Envy Photography Studio, Rochester College, Town Auto Wash, Doc Now Urgent Care, Team Sports, Briarwood Heating and Cooling, Custom Printing, Healthquest Sports Therapy, and Tyler Dumas Reyes Orthodontics.
Captains Club Featured in Rochester Post
The Rochester High School Athletics Captains Club was recently featured in the Rochester post, check out the article below.
Rochester High Captains Club continues to give
The Captains Club is made up of all the various varsity captains during the year, and each month, the group takes on another volunteer project. This year alone, the club has spent time reading to elementary students and gave escorted tours to the 2013 Rochester Hall of Fame class around the school.
Currently, the group is running a clothing drive for the less fortunate and will also be stuffing stockings for children in need. Next fall, the club is working with Habitat for Humanity.
“One of the primary purposes for the Captains Club is to allow our captains to give back to the community,” Rochester High Athletic Director William Beach said. “We feel that we give our student-athletes the arena to be leaders in the classroom and on the playing field, but not in the community, so service projects allow us to develop a sense of pride in helping others. Our student-athletes understand that they are very fortunate to be a part of such a great school district and community, and want to give back.”
Rochester Boys Basketball Nets Huge Win
The Rochester Boys Basketball team has started out just 1-2 on the season, but last night the Falcons took down #6 state ranked Bloomfield High, to move Rochester to 2-2 on the season.
Captains Club Stuffing Stockings for Area Community House
The Rochester Athletics Captains Club has put an emphasis on service this year, and during this holiday season they have teamed with the Community House to help stuff stockings for those in need.
Boys and Girls Hoops get Wins
Both the Boys and Girls Basketball teams picked up their first victories of the season last night. The girls were at home against Groves, and used a balanced attack to win by over forty against the Groves Falcons.
The Boys traveled to nearby Avondale and came away with an 11 point win over the Yellow Jackets.
Rochester United tops Stoney at Comerica
The Rochester United Hockey team topped rival Stoney Creek 5-4 in a shootout at Comerica Park in downtown Detroit. Max Harper sent in the final goal to secure the victory for Rochester. This was the first time that Rochester played at CoMerica Park.
Captains Club Volunteers at Hamlin Elementary
The Rochester High School Athletics Captains Club has volunteered to help instruct and read to students in Ms. Read's Kindergarten class this fall. The Captains Club has made a strong effort to concentrate on service in the community this year, and volunteering at Hamlin has been just one way this group has focused on giving back. Fall Captains Jessica Goethals and Allison Skelcy were present in Ms. Reads class in October, and found the experience of working with the children to be very gratifying. The Captains Club will also help stuff stockings this holiday season for local children in need, as well as participate in a Habitat for Humanity project in the spring.
Rochester United #4
The Rochester United Hockey team has gotten off to a very successful start this season, currently they sit at #4 in the state.
Rochester Volleyball Places Two on All-Conference Team
Makayla Baxter and Maddie Halsey were both named first team all-OAA for the Rochester Falcons.
Football Places 5 on All-OAA Red 1st Team
Rochester placed five members on the All-OAA Red team. Members include:
Demetrius Magee, Sr., WR
Jake White, Sr, LB
Shwan Shadia, Sr., OL/DL
Shane Shadia, Sr., FB/LB
Kyle Hillstead, Sr., OL/DL
Soccer Earns Post-Season Accolades
Senior Spiro Pliakos, pictured above in the center, was named to the Dream Team in soccer this afternoon. Pliakos, a U of D commit, was also named to the first team All-State team in Division 1 as well.
Senior Evan Asuncion was also named the to Division 1 All-State Honorable Mention team.
Goethals Finishes 20th at State Meet
Senior Jessica Goethals finished 20th at the state cross country meet this Saturday. Goethals joins her sister (Megan) as all-state cross country runners.
Rochester goes 1-2 in City Cup
Rochester hosted the Rochester City Cup on Tuesday, and came away with a record of 1-2. In the first game, Rochester swept Northwest, before going to the third game with both Adams and Stoney. Stoney Creek walked away with the City Cup title.
RHS Captains Club gets a Special Visit from Marines
The Rochester Athletics Captains Club, made up of varsity captains, received a vist from Sgt. Johnathan Boone of the United State Marine Core. The Captains Club was formed in order to develop better leaders and concentrate on service. Sgt. Boone spoke to the group about the 14 points of leadership that all Marines live by.