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Bobby McAllister

Winningest Coach

Carlsbad Magazine

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Carlsbad Magazine

P.O. Box 2089

Carlsbad, California,92018

United States

Company Description

The foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization that was founded in 1983, with an initial goal of funding the library for Carlsbad High School. Twenty-seven years and about $5 million later, the foundation continues its mission to support all students...more

Background Information

Employment History

Coach

Emanuel County Institute


Athletic Director, Head Football Coach

Worth County High School


Carlsbad Coach

MacNeal


Assistant Coach

Westminster High School


Tight End

Printable


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Carlsbad High School | New Stadium

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Bob McAllister came on in the early 90s and the gold gave way to black, though the program certainly lost no luster.
Bob McAllister, the current varsity football head coach, is Carlsbad High Schools winningest coach. In 16 years he has presided over six league championships and six trips to the CIF finals, and owns three CIF championship rings (in 02, 05 and 06). At the college level it would be Tom Osborne of the University of Nebraska, McAllister says. McAllister says of those teams, They didnt make excuses, they made the best of it. Some of our parents were absolutely fantastic for those two years. They made the team feel loved and appreciated. It was the parents who created the Road Warriors spirit. But they have come home. Its a great venue for the community, McAllister says. A first-class facility.


Carlsbad High School | New Stadium

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Bob McAllister came on in the early '90s and the gold gave way to black, though the program certainly lost no luster.
Bob McAllister, the current varsity football head coach, is Carlsbad High School's winningest coach. In 16 years he has presided over six league championships and six trips to the CIF finals, and owns three CIF championship rings (in '02, '05 and '06). "At the college level it would be Tom Osborne of the University of Nebraska," McAllister says. McAllister says of those teams, "They didn't make excuses, they made the best of it. Some of our parents were absolutely fantastic for those two years. They made the team feel loved and appreciated. It was the parents who created the "Road Warriors" spirit. But they have come home. "It's a great venue for the community," McAllister says. "A first-class facility.


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Other winners are: Robert McAllister of Carlsbad High School, Ronnie Olsen of Scripps Ranch High School, Patty Peisner of Kearny High School, Dennis Pugh of Mission Bay High School, Zenaida Rosario of La Miranda Elementary School and John Singer of Helix Charter High School.


Del Mar Times

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Carlsbad High School's head coach Bob McAllister, whose team beat Torrey Pines in the 2005 playoffs and prevented the Falcons from three-peating as CIF Div. 1 champions, called Burke an icon."He has done so much for high school football in San Diego," said Mcallister, "It was a pleasure going up against him."


Chargers give $400,000 to students, educators, schools

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Lastly, the 12educators being honored as Chargers Champions are: Laura Aragon, Mount Miguel; John Bachmann, Mount Miguel High School; Elizabeth Busby, Cajon Valley Middle School; Jennifer DeGraff-Cooper, Escondido Charter High School; Rex Johnson, Chula Vista High School;Lawrence Mendoza, Del Dios Middle School; Robert McAllister, Carlsbad High School; Ronnie Olsen, Scripps Ranch High School; Patty Peisner, Kearny High School; Dennis Pugh, Mission Bay High School; Zenaida Rosario, La Miranda Elementary; and John Singer, Helix High School.


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