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Coach

Chillicothe
 
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Employment History

  • Head Coach
    Chillicothe
  • Head Coach
    Chillicothe High School
  • Soccer Coach
    Chillicothe High School
  • Head Coach
    The Hornets
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CHS Girls Soccer
www.chshornets.com, 6 May 2011 [cached]
Lady Hornets coach Bill Allison said while it was a team effort, there were a few names to call out. "Both Madeline and Meredith Brick had good games, alongside Rochelle Gillilan," stated Allison.
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Both teams had chances to win in regulation, according to Chillicothe coach Bill Allison.
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Allison said the play became a midfield and defensive game.
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Coach Bill Allison says Smithville is just that good. "It showed in the footwork, passing game and all other facets of the game that Smithville has considerable more time on the ball. Sitting close to Kansas City and being able to play most of the year is a big plus in building a program" commented Allison.
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Coach Bill Allison said "Gillilan could of added a couple more goals if it wasn't for her unselfish play of trying to set up a couple teammates for their chance at scoring."
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Chillicothe coach Bill Allison says the weekend events took their toll on the Lady Hornets. "The Lady Hornets coming off an overtime win at Marshall and a full night of Prom on Saturday and missing two starters, seemed a little dead legged as they came in against Cameron. Allison says it shows as the midfield lacked the prowess of controlling the ball and allowing Cameron to send the ball through to the speedy Blanton, who would then outrun the defense and fire a shot on goal, which she did 12 times. Chillicothe falls to 5-2 on the season.
4/21 Maryville 5, at Chillicothe 0 Chillicothe's third game in four days took it's toll as the Lady Hornets were blanked at home by Maryville 5-0. The Lady Spoofhounds had 19 shots on goal compared to Chillicothe's 6. "The Lady Hornets once again were without their leading scorer and Madeline Brock's teammate up front makes it harder to make an offensive attack" lamented Coach Bill Allison.
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Chillicothe started out with several good runs and attempts towards the goal, according to Allison, but he stated he could see the fatigue setting in as a few of Maryville's players got to making runs towards the goal paying dividends in the 17th minute, scoring their first of five goals and the game winner.
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Allison also gave a pat on the back to Kylie Barton and Libby Kline for their first goals of the season and to Madeline Brock for her corner kick and good play on the field.
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"It was good to have Rochelle Gillilan back" stated Allison.
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Chillicothe coach Bill Allison says the lady Hornets out shot their opponent 18-9 and especially in the second half dominated play from all angles, just falling short several times in pulling out the victory in regulation.
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Coach Bill Allison said solid play from Madeline brick throughout the game, great saves by Meredith Brick and pure determination to play a solid game by Kati Jo Ross, Ellyn turner, Catherine Tipton and Annie Steely helped the Lady Hornets win.
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Chillicothe coach Bill Allison stated the Lady Hornets had several shots just missing going into the net. "Even though we were out-shot, the Lady Hornets had the better chance of putting their ball past the LeBlond keeper as the higher percentage of the time had her beat and out of position" stated Allison.
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Coach Bill Allison says the turning point came five minutes later.
Fall Sports News at CRII
www.chillimoschools.org, 23 Nov 2007 [cached]
Head coach Bill Allison and assistant Eric Niswonger introduced their players, recapped the 2007 season, announced postseason honors accorded to Hornets players, and presented a slew of awards.
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Allison announced a series of awards, five entailing a plaque for the honoree.
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"It has been an honor to have these three on the team," CHS head coach Bill Allison commented. "Their maturity and leadership has been unprecedented.
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According to CHS head coach Bill Allison, "The ball was initially sent to the goal area on a good pass from 35 yards out, That found Zac Truesdell, who took a shot that was blocked by the Ravens' goalkeeper and then went off the crossbar. (The ball) found Truesdell once again, who was able to find Rockhold, who touched it into the goal."
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"Falling behind once again, (the Hornets were) constantly playing defense against a team which was able to spread the field and open up scoring chances from its crosses," summarized Hornets head coach Bill Allison.
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"This team will rebound and gather its wits about it," Allison reflected, "even though we are struggling through injuries that have hampered some of the players and their effectiveness.
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"This has definitely been the hardest loss to take after seeing this team pour its guts out on the field and battle back the way it did, this being the Hornets' fifth game of the first season and against a Maryville team that has already played 11 games and has a well established program," Chillicothe coach Bill Allison reacted.
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That was the justifiably-ecstatic reaction of head coach Bill Allison yesterday after his Chillicothe High School soccer Hornets registered their first-ever victory in their third-ever game, blasting visiting Cameron 7-2 at Daryl Danner Memorial Park.
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Taking it, Brady Sensenich earned his first of two assists in the game, sending a beautiful ball to the feet of Rockhold, Allison described, tying the score 1-1.
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During halftime, Chillicothe coaches Allison and Eric Niswonger stressed that the Hornets could not let down any and had to keep working the ball with good passes and constantly challenge Cameron¹s attack.
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Hornets senior Jeff Bowman was whistled for a foul in the penalty area on a good challenge, just using his arms just a little too much, Allison said.
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Allison didn't want the big "O" to overshadow a defensive performance which limited the Dragons to only two goals.
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The Chillicothe junior-varsity did well, too, according to Allison, even though it lost.
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"Going down by two goals in the first seven minutes was not the position the Hornets wanted to be in to start their very first home game," reflected Bill Allison, the CHS head coach.
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"The score does not reflect on how close the game was and how evenly matched the two teams were," Chillicothe head coach Bill Allison remarked.
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Head coach Bill Allison, assistant Eric Niswonger, and a group of 29 players will make their home debut next Tuesday, Sept. 4, hosting St. Joseph: Lafayette in a 4 p.m. tilt.
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Allison is a Meadville resident with 13 years of soccer coaching experience in recreational, competitive and premier/select outdoor leagues both locally and regionally, including the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Chillicothe High School soccer ...
www.chillicothenews.com, 11 June 2008 [cached]
Chillicothe High School soccer camps Allison Constitution-Tribune Paul Sturm

Chillicothe High School soccer coach Bill Allison will oversee four weeks of instructional camps between June 16 and July 18

Free, 2-week instructional camps for prospective Chillicothe High School soccer players - boys and girls - will be conducted soon by the CHS coaching staff.
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According to Allison, the camp is open to any girl interested in playing soccer for the Lady Hornets next spring.
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Coach Allison can be reached at 660-938-4720 (home) or 816-294-9068 (cell), if anyone has any questions.
Zach Colvin, Levi Barton, Caleb ...
www.chshornets.com, 27 April 2010 [cached]
Zach Colvin, Levi Barton, Caleb Buckmaster, Coach Allison
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"The Hornets did have some great play by backs Brady Sensenich, who had the two Hornets assists, Chris Kleinschmidt and Clayton Allen coming off the bench" stated Coach Bill Allison.
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Allison also pointed to Levi Barton on defense and good contributions off the bench by Austin Ireland.
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Coach Bill Allison stated "With constant pressure on the Dragon's defense, one could only tell it would be a matter of time before the Hornets wrinkled the net."
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"Players who definitely need to be recognized are Colton Allen in the midfield and Clayton Allen on the back line as he played one of the best games to date" stated Coach Allison.
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"At halftime, Coach Harvey and myself stressed to this team that we will not give up and to battle for each and every ball" said Coach Bill Allison.
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commented Coach Bill Allison. "The scoring was decided on three major mistakes between the two teams." Lafayette scored first in the 7th minute when the Chillicothe goalkeeper misjudged a shot which bounced over his head and into the net.
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Chillicothe coach Bill Allison praised Hornet defenders Mahonri Reyes, Brady Sensenich, Clayton Allen and Chris Kleinschmidt.
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Hornets coach Bill Allison said the game ended in controversy.
Fall Sports News at CRII
www.chillicotheschools.com, 23 Nov 2007 [cached]
Allison announced a series of awards, five entailing a plaque for the honoree.
...
"It has been an honor to have these three on the team," CHS head coach Bill Allison commented. "Their maturity and leadership has been unprecedented.
...
According to CHS head coach Bill Allison, "The ball was initially sent to the goal area on a good pass from 35 yards out, That found Zac Truesdell, who took a shot that was blocked by the Ravens' goalkeeper and then went off the crossbar. (The ball) found Truesdell once again, who was able to find Rockhold, who touched it into the goal."
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"Falling behind once again, (the Hornets were) constantly playing defense against a team which was able to spread the field and open up scoring chances from its crosses," summarized Hornets head coach Bill Allison.
...
"This team will rebound and gather its wits about it," Allison reflected, "even though we are struggling through injuries that have hampered some of the players and their effectiveness.
...
"This has definitely been the hardest loss to take after seeing this team pour its guts out on the field and battle back the way it did, this being the Hornets' fifth game of the first season and against a Maryville team that has already played 11 games and has a well established program," Chillicothe coach Bill Allison reacted.
...
That was the justifiably-ecstatic reaction of head coach Bill Allison yesterday after his Chillicothe High School soccer Hornets registered their first-ever victory in their third-ever game, blasting visiting Cameron 7-2 at Daryl Danner Memorial Park.
...
Taking it, Brady Sensenich earned his first of two assists in the game, sending a beautiful ball to the feet of Rockhold, Allison described, tying the score 1-1.
...
During halftime, Chillicothe coaches Allison and Eric Niswonger stressed that the Hornets could not let down any and had to keep working the ball with good passes and constantly challenge Cameron¹s attack.
...
Hornets senior Jeff Bowman was whistled for a foul in the penalty area on a good challenge, just using his arms just a little too much, Allison said.
...
Allison didn't want the big "O" to overshadow a defensive performance which limited the Dragons to only two goals.
...
The Chillicothe junior-varsity did well, too, according to Allison, even though it lost.
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"Going down by two goals in the first seven minutes was not the position the Hornets wanted to be in to start their very first home game," reflected Bill Allison, the CHS head coach.
...
"The score does not reflect on how close the game was and how evenly matched the two teams were," Chillicothe head coach Bill Allison remarked.
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Allison is a Meadville resident with 13 years of soccer coaching experience in recreational, competitive and premier/select outdoor leagues both locally and regionally, including the Kansas City metropolitan area.
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