Pasadena Memorial coach Chris Quillian retires from coaching

After a quarter-century of coaching the football sidelines, Pasadena Memorial coach Chris Quillian has announced his retirement from the profession. For the past seasons, in Pasadena, Quillian had taken the reins of a Maverick program that was hungry to win in a fairly challenging place to compete. In his seven seasons as Maverick coach, Quillian posted a 31-41 record with four trips to the post-season. His most successful season as coach at Pasadena Memorial came during his first season with an 8-3 mark in 2012. 

Quillian also had stops as a head coach at Emory Rains and Hempstead before going to the assistant coaching route for 11 seasons prior to taking the Pasadena Memorial job. He first job as a head football coach at Emory Rains from 1994 to 1996 started out with a bang going 10-1 in his first season. His next stop at Hempstead lasted five seasons has he failed to get the Bobcats to the post-season.

During his 15 year head coaching career, Quillian managed to make the post-season in five of them. His overall record is 60-91.

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