2008 Boys Soccer

Row 1: Quentin Mammen, Josh Williams, Clayton Allen, Zach Garr, Taylor Lyon, Mason Munson, Nate Pryor.
Row 2: Josh Thieme, Cameron Lollar, Connor Ruoff, Clark Allen, Colton Allen, Mahonri Reyes, Colton
Whiteside, Chase Bonderer. Row 3: Jarek Schmidt, Luke Mendenahll, Chris Kleinschmidt, Dillon Dilks,
Austin Cassity, Austin Ireland, Jacob Rockhold. Row 4: Ast. Coach Harvey, Jacob Stull, Chris Carr, Brady
Sensenich. Zach Colvin, Levi Barton, Caleb Buckmaster, Coach Allison

2007 Results
 

2008 MEC Boys Soccer 

1.  Smithville               
2.  Benton                   

2.  Maryville                

4.  Chillicothe              

5.  Bishop LeBlond      

5.  Savannah                

7.  Lafayette                

8.  Cameron                

 


7-0
5-2
5-2
4-3
3-4
3-4
1-6
0-7
Maur Hill, Kansas 7, Chillicothe 2
     A strong second half and mother nature were too much for the Hornets Soccer team, falling to Maur Hill, KS 7-2 in the season opening game in Chillicothe. Maur Hill's Young Park scored the first of his three goals just five minutes into the game, followed by two of Theo Curry's four goals in the 27th and 32nd minute to give Maur Hill a 3-0 lead.
     Chillicothe answered in the 36th minute with a goal from Jacob Rockhold off an assist by Brady Sensenich. The two teamed up again two minutes later to close the gap to 3-2 at halftime. The rain shortened second half was controlled by Maur Hill who had four more goals before the game was halted due to storms.
     "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. "Midfielders Connor Ruoff, Laine Saunders and Clark Allen saw their first game action with Ruoff and Saunders getting their first start." Allison also pointed to Levi Barton on defense and good contributions off the bench by Austin Ireland.
     Chillicothe out shot Maur Hill 10-8 in the game.

Chillicothe 6 , Cameron 1
     The Chillicothe Hornets dominated the Cameron Dragons from start to finish to pick up their first win of the season 6-1. Chillicothe had 30 shots on goal to just four by Cameron. 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."
     Chillicothe scored in the 17th minute by Colton Whiteside assisted by Jacob Rockhold, the 22nd minute by Jarek Schmidt unassisted, the 27th minute by Jacob Rockhold assisted by Colton Whiteside; the 30th minute by Levi Barton assisted by Colton Allen, the 35th minute by Jacob Rockhold unassisted PK and the 56th minute by Laine Saunders assisted by Jacob Rockhold. Cameron's score came in the 74th minute by Jacob Boswell un-assisted.
     "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. He also pointed to the play of Rockhold, Whiteside, Saunders and Mahonri Reyes in the 2nd half. Chillicothe is now 1-1 overall and 1-0 in MEC play.

Chillicothe 5, St Joseph Benton 1
     Jacob Rockhold had four goals and an assist to help Chillicothe beat St Joseph Benton 5-1. It took Rockhold just two minutes to find the goal off an assist by Connor Ruoff. Eight minutes later Rockhold scored off a Clayton Allen assist. Benton answered with an Alejandro Castillo goal in the 14th minute but that is as close as Benton would come. Rockhold also had goals in the 31st minute off an assist by Laine Saunders and the 65th Minute off an Levi Barton assist. Colton Whiteside rounded out the scoring in the 74th minute off a Rockhold assist. Hornets Goalkeeper Caleb Buckmaster had 12 saves.
     Chillicothe is now 2-1 on the season

Hannibal 6, Chillicothe 3
     Hannibal jumped out to an early lead and hung on to beat Chillicothe 6-3 at Chillicothe. The Pirates scored in the 6th and 12th minute. Chillicothe responded with a Connor Ruoff goal in the 18th minute with an assist by Jacob Rockhold, but Hannibal answered with goals in the 20th and 22nd minute to lead 4-1. Chillicothe's other goals came in the 42nd minute by Jacob Rockhold with an assist from Levi Barton, and in the 78th minute by Rockhold with assist by Jarek Schmidt. Hornets Goalkeeper Caleb Buckmaster had 9 saves. Chillicothe is now 2-2 on the season

Maryville over Chillicothe (no details available)

Chillicothe 5, St Joseph LeBlond 4
     Chillicothe scored twice late in the game to come from behind and beat St Joseph LeBlond 5-4 in St Joseph. LeBlond jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead in the first ten minutes but Chillicothe answered with goals in the 15th minute by Jacob Rockhold assisted by Connor Ruoff and Levi Barton, and in the 17th minute by Colton Whiteside assisted by Rockhold. Chillicothe took a 3-2 lead in the 29th minute with an unassisted goal by Rockhold, but LeBlond responded with two goals to lead 4-3 at the half.
     "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. "We stressed that if we play as a team, we would be able to come out on top at the end." Chillicothe responded with goals in the 61st minute by Connor Ruoff and the 71st minute by Colton Whiteside to pick up the 5-4 win. Caleb Buckmaster had 4 saves for the Hornets. Chillicothe is now 3-3 on the season.

Chillicothe 2, St Joseph Lafayette 1
     Chillicothe picked up their fourth win of the season, beating St Joseph Lafayette 2-1. "We came into the game a little sluggish and heavy legged from the hard fought game against LeBlond the night before." 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. Chillicothe responded on a Colton Whiteside goal in the 24th minute and on a Jacob Rockhold penalty kick in the 61st minute. Rockhold sank another shot just as the final whistle blew, and was ruled too late. Chillicothe is now 4-3 on the season.
 
Chillicothe 2, Kirksville 1
     Chillicothe scored their 3rd win of the week on a late goal, beating Kirksville 2-1. Jacob Rockhold scored first on a great lead by Brady Sensenich early in the match. Kirksville answered later in the 1st half on a penalty kick. Chillicothe took the lead late in the game on a goal by Colton Whiteside.

Lafayette 1, Chillicothe 0 PK
    
It took Lafayette sudden death penalty kicks to squeeze by a defensive minded Chillicothe team and win 1-0. Chillicothe used freshman goalkeeper Clark Allen for the entire game, after starter Caleb Buckmaster was sidelined with a non-soccer injury. Allen responded keeping the goal clean for the 80 regulation period plus the 20 minute overtime period.
    On Penalty Kicks following overtime, Chillicothe had goals by Jacob Rockhold and Colton Whiteside but misses by Brady Sensenich, Jarek Schmidt and Connor Ruoff. When it was Lafayette's turn, Allen stopped the shot of Geovanny Parra but three other Lafayette players made their shots, giving them the win. In all, Allen in his first start made five saves in regulation and stopped one penalty kick. Chillicothe is now 5-4 on the season

Fulton 7, Chillicothe 1
     Chillicothe lost to Fulton 7-1 at Fulton on Saturday Morning. Chillicothe's goal came from Jacob Rockhold while Fulton had 6 players find the net. No other details were made available.

Chillicothe 4, Maur Hill KS 0
     Chillicothe picked up their first shut-out victory of the year, beating Maur Hill, Kansas 4-0. Jacob Rockhold put the Hornets on top early with a goal in the 9th minute with an assist by Connor Ruoff, then again two minutes later unassisted. Rockhold scored his third goal in the 54th minute assisted by Colton Whiteside and the Hornets closed out the scoring four minutes later on a Colton Whiteside free kick. Caleb Buckmaster made four saves on goal for the Hornets.
      Chillicothe coach Bill Allison praised  Hornet defenders Mahonri Reyes, Brady Sensenich, Clayton Allen and Chris Kleinschmidt. Chillicothe now stands at 6-5 on the season.

Smithville 10, Chillicothe 0
     Chillicothe ran into a buzz saw called Smithville, falling to last season's state runner up team 10-0. Smithville's Charlie Tietjans scored in the 1st minute of the game and Smithville never looked back, building a 4-0 lead in the first 11 minutes. The game was halted on the 10-goal rule in the 56th minute. Smithville kept the Hornets under fire, scoring 10 goals and missing another 12 thanks to saves by Goalkeeper Caleb Buckmaster. Eight different Smithville players scored in the match. The Warriors improved to 18-1 on the season while Chillicothe fell to 6-6.

Marshall 10, Chillicothe 0
     Chillicothe was shut out for the second straight game, falling to Marshall 10-0 to fall to 6-7 on the year. Marshall was led by Chris McCoy with four goals and Jon Najera with three goals.

Chillicothe 6, Benton 2
     Jacob Rockhold and Levi Barton had two goals and one assist each to help Chillicothe down Benton 6-2 in a Midland Empire Conference match. Benton scored in the 7th minute to take a 1-0 lead but Chillicothe responded one minute later when Clark Allen picked up his first career goal off a cross feed from Jacob Rockhold to tie the score.
      Chillicothe turned up the heat a few minutes later when Rockhold had an unassisted goal in the 13th minute, then Levi Barton had back to back unassisted goals in the 13th and 14th minutes to build a 4-1 lead early in the match. Benton closed the gap in the 26th minute but that would be their last goal of the meet. Chillicothe picked up goals from Brady Sensenich in the 36th minute for his first goal of the season, and Rockhold with an assist by Barton in the 51st minute. Chillicothe Goalkeeper Caleb Buckmaster had 13 saves while the Benton goalkeeper had 10. Chillicothe is now 4-1 on the MEC Season.

Maryville 3, Chillicothe 2
     Maryville's Jon Rogers accounted for all three goals to help the Spoofhounds beat Chillicothe 3-2 in MEC Soccer. Chillicothe scored in the 3rd minute on a Jacob Rockhold goal with an assist by Colton Allen. Maryville answered in the 21st minute but Rockhold scored again in the 33rd minute to take a 2-1 lead.
     Rogers wasn't done, scoring in the 56th and 78th minutes for the 3-2 win. Hornets coach Bill Allison said the game ended in controversy. "A controversial call occurred in the penalty area where Jacob Rockhold was knocked to the ground by a hard charging Rogers. The coaching staff, players and fans all expected a penalty kick chance for the Hornets, but the referee signaled the call against Rockhold, instead." The Hornets had another chance to even it up but the shot just missed over the crossbar. Moments later, the final whistle blew. Chillicothe is now 7-8 on the season and 4-2 in MEC play.

Savannah 2, Chillicothe 1 (Overtime)
     Savannah scored in the 2nd 10-minute overtime to edge Chillicothe 2-1 in the final game of the regular season. Savannah scored first in the 16th minute by Cameron Volgamott for a 1-0 lead. That score stood until the 70th minute when Jacob Rockhold found the net to tie the score. Savannah's Quaid Curtin found the net in the 92nd minute for the win. Chillicothe goalkeeper Caleb Buckmaster had 6 saves in the game. Chillicothe ends the Conference season with a 4-3 conference record.

Marshall 10, Chillicothe 3 (Districts)
     Five goals in 14 minutes was too much for Chillicothe to overcome as the Hornets fell to Marshall 10-3 in district competition. Chillicothe held their own for the first 22 minutes until the floodgates opened with Marshall scoring in the 22nd, 26th, 32nd, 33rd and 36th minutes. Chillicothe's first score was in the 41st minute by Jacob Rockhold with an assist by Laine Saunders. Marshall answered with three more goals in the next 7 minutes to put the game out of reach. Chillicothe's other goals came in the 45th minute from Colton Whiteside with an assist by Colton Allen, and in the 59th minute on an "own goal" score.

Post Season Awards

     The Chillicothe Boys Soccer team was honored at their annual post-season banquet. The Boys Soccer team finished 7-10 on the year and 4-3 in conference including several close losses. The team scored 45 goals and had 28 assists.

The Coaches award went to Clark Allen and Mahonri Reyes

The Golden Boot award went to Jacob Rockhold with 26 goals

The 110% award went to Caleb Buckmaster

The Leadership award went to Brady Sensenich

The Most Improved award went to Chris Kleinschmidt

The Love of the Game award went to Jacob Rockhold and Levi Barton

The Most Assists award went to Jacob Rockhold with 8

The Hustle Awards went to Brady Sensenich, Laine Saunders, Colton Allen and Mahonri Reyes.

 

Named to the All Conference Boys Soccer team:

1st team Forward: Jacob Rockhold

2nd team Midfielder: Colton Allen

Honorable Mention Forward Colton Whiteside, Defenders: Brady Sensenich and Mahonri Reyes

 

Named to the All District Team:

1st team: Caleb Buckmaster

Honorable Mention: Brady Sensenich
 

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