WHAT IS THE FALCON ATHLETIC CLUB?
The Falcon Athletic Club is a new organization established to provide additional support to Divine Child High School’s more than 50 athletic teams and nearly 600 student-athletes who participate each year. Our goal is simple—to create an active and involved membership focused on supporting all Divine Child High School athletics. Membership to the Club is open to all parents, fans and community supporters of DC student-athletes.
In addition to the many benefits of membership you will receive by joining the Falcon Athletic Club, you can make a tangible difference in the lives of our DC Falcon student-athletes.
Please direct all questions and inquiries to the following Falcon Athletic Club Board Members:
Congratulations to the following Seniors for officially signing college scholarships on Monday, May 4, in the following categories:
Andrew Suchy: Eastern Michigan University: Music Therapy
Sasha Wright: Culinary Institute of America: Organic Culinary Arts
Joe Fontana: College For Creative Studies: Illustration
William Dunn: Oakland University: Musical Theatre
Angelo Policicchio: Calumet College of St. Joseph: Baseball
Geno Policicchio: Rochester College: Basketball
Jayci Forster: University of Michigan Dearborn: Volleyball
Hannah Brefeld: Aquinas College: Basketball
Kelsee Kinder: Lake Michigan Community College: Basketball
Madeline Barnauskas: Alma College: Basketball
Jarod Ritchie: The American Academy of Dramatic Arts: Acting
Congratulations to Tony Mifsud, head Girls Track and Field and Cross Country Coach, on being inducted into the Catholic League Hall of Fame. Tony has been coaching for 42 years, the past 16 years at Divine Child HS. He has led his teams to 3 State Track and Field Championships and 1 State Runner-Up. Congratulations Mif!
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Boys and Girls Cross Country compete at @MHSAA Division 2 Regionals on Saturday at Lake Erie Metropark (10:45 am & 1 pm).
Congratulations to Tony Mifsud, Head Girls Track and Field and Cross Country Coach, who was named Division 2 Coach of the Year by the Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Association (MITCA).