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August 12, 1988
Jeff Wilson, a two-year starter for Capistrano Valley High School's football team, will miss his senior season after he was severely injured in an automobile accident Wednesday morning, according to Ray Panici, an assistant coach for Capistrano Valley. Wilson suffered a broken foot, a partial tear of his Achilles' tendon and cuts on his knee and face. He underwent surgery on his foot and face on Thursday at Mission Viejo Community Hospital.
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October 15, 2006
I'VE been publisher of the Fairfield (Iowa) Daily Ledger for more than 15 years. I've seen dozens of reporters from metro dailies and national television try to tell the story about "small town Iowa meets Maharishi TM." Carina Chocano nailed it ["A Lotus Amid the Iowa Corn," Sept. 10]. Unraveling the Fairfield and Maharishi Vedic City story is hard enough for people who live here, let alone a reporter visiting for a few days. You got it. Congratulations. JEFF WILSON Fairfield, Iowa Send letters to Travel, L.A. Times, 202 W. 1st St., L.A., CA 90012; travel@latimes.
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SPORTS
February 24, 1995
Complete the 1995 track season or begin a two-year mission for the Mormon Church next month? That is the question facing Moorpark College distance runner Jeff Wilson. Wilson, who finished sixth in the 1994 state junior college cross-country championships, expected to begin his mission last month. But when he had not received word from the church by mid-January, he enrolled at Moorpark for the spring semester and decided to run track.
SPORTS
February 24, 1995
Complete the 1995 track season or begin a two-year mission for the Mormon Church next month? That is the question facing Moorpark College distance runner Jeff Wilson. Wilson, who finished sixth in the 1994 state junior college cross-country championships, expected to begin his mission last month. But when he had not received word from the church by mid-January, he enrolled at Moorpark for the spring semester and decided to run track.
SPORTS
October 6, 1991 | MIKE GLAZE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jeff Wilson finally got the upper hand against Ryan Wilson. Sort of. After taking a back seat to Ryan Wilson of Agoura High in the Woodbridge cross-country invitational two weeks ago, Jeff Wilson of Newbury Park got revenge Saturday against his Marmonte League foe. Jeff Wilson timed 15 minutes 13 seconds over the three-mile course at Crescenta Valley Park to win the boys' Division II race in the Kenny Staub invitational and beat Ryan Wilson's winning time of 15:19 in the Division I race.
TRAVEL
October 15, 2006
I'VE been publisher of the Fairfield (Iowa) Daily Ledger for more than 15 years. I've seen dozens of reporters from metro dailies and national television try to tell the story about "small town Iowa meets Maharishi TM." Carina Chocano nailed it ["A Lotus Amid the Iowa Corn," Sept. 10]. Unraveling the Fairfield and Maharishi Vedic City story is hard enough for people who live here, let alone a reporter visiting for a few days. You got it. Congratulations. JEFF WILSON Fairfield, Iowa Send letters to Travel, L.A. Times, 202 W. 1st St., L.A., CA 90012; travel@latimes.
SPORTS
December 18, 1991 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newbury Park High senior Jeff Wilson appears to be a dream come true for the Brigham Young distance-running program. He is an A-minus student and has scored more than 1,100 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test. And perhaps most importantly, he is a devout Mormon who longs to be a Cougar. On Saturday, he proved he is worthy of a scholarship to an NCAA Division I program, finishing second in the Kinney national cross-country championships at Morley Field in San Diego. Wilson timed 15 minutes 18.
SPORTS
October 20, 1994 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Good luck convincing Jeff Wilson that he has accomplished anything noteworthy this fall. The Moorpark College sophomore is undefeated heading into Friday's Western State Conference cross-country meet at College of the Canyons, but too much has been made of that fact, he says. "Why do you want to talk to me?" Wilson asked a reporter earlier this week.
SPORTS
October 22, 1994 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Talk about contrasts. Midway through the second Western State Conference cross-country meet of the season at College of the Canyons on Friday, Jeff Wilson of Moorpark College appeared to be out for a nice easy training run. But 10 minutes after winning the race, Wilson was gingerly walking around with a painful grimace on his face. "It hurts so bad," Wilson said to one of the meet managers. "(This course) is worse than Mt. (San Antonio College). It's constantly going up and down. At least Mt.
SPORTS
May 22, 1995
Irvine beat Trabuco Hills, 13-8, Sunday at Heritage Park to win the championship of the Orange County Youth Lacrosse League. Mission Viejo beat El Toro, 6-3, in the third-place game. James Balagot of Irvine was selected the league's most valuable player as well as midfielder of the year. Jeff Wilson of Trabuco Hills was the attacker of the year, Peter Briggs of Mission Viejo was defender of the year and Trabuco Hills' Ty Wilson was goalie of the year.
SPORTS
October 22, 1994 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Talk about contrasts. Midway through the second Western State Conference cross-country meet of the season at College of the Canyons on Friday, Jeff Wilson of Moorpark College appeared to be out for a nice easy training run. But 10 minutes after winning the race, Wilson was gingerly walking around with a painful grimace on his face. "It hurts so bad," Wilson said to one of the meet managers. "(This course) is worse than Mt. (San Antonio College). It's constantly going up and down. At least Mt.
SPORTS
October 20, 1994 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Good luck convincing Jeff Wilson that he has accomplished anything noteworthy this fall. The Moorpark College sophomore is undefeated heading into Friday's Western State Conference cross-country meet at College of the Canyons, but too much has been made of that fact, he says. "Why do you want to talk to me?" Wilson asked a reporter earlier this week.
SPORTS
December 18, 1991 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newbury Park High senior Jeff Wilson appears to be a dream come true for the Brigham Young distance-running program. He is an A-minus student and has scored more than 1,100 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test. And perhaps most importantly, he is a devout Mormon who longs to be a Cougar. On Saturday, he proved he is worthy of a scholarship to an NCAA Division I program, finishing second in the Kinney national cross-country championships at Morley Field in San Diego. Wilson timed 15 minutes 18.
SPORTS
October 6, 1991 | MIKE GLAZE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jeff Wilson finally got the upper hand against Ryan Wilson. Sort of. After taking a back seat to Ryan Wilson of Agoura High in the Woodbridge cross-country invitational two weeks ago, Jeff Wilson of Newbury Park got revenge Saturday against his Marmonte League foe. Jeff Wilson timed 15 minutes 13 seconds over the three-mile course at Crescenta Valley Park to win the boys' Division II race in the Kenny Staub invitational and beat Ryan Wilson's winning time of 15:19 in the Division I race.
SPORTS
August 12, 1988
Jeff Wilson, a two-year starter for Capistrano Valley High School's football team, will miss his senior season after he was severely injured in an automobile accident Wednesday morning, according to Ray Panici, an assistant coach for Capistrano Valley. Wilson suffered a broken foot, a partial tear of his Achilles' tendon and cuts on his knee and face. He underwent surgery on his foot and face on Thursday at Mission Viejo Community Hospital.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1998
Re "Flight Unseen," March 10. Late to work, missed the garbage pickup, Harbor Freeway a nightmare, parking lot full . . . . Thank you, Los Angeles Times, for putting life in perspective and humbling us with your wonderful depiction of Ralph Council and his simple expression of joy. What obstacles this extraordinary human must overcome in his daily life, and how pathetic the majority of us become as we dwell on our daily petty inconveniences in...
SPORTS
December 4, 1997
When seniors Aaron Sharp of Santa Clara and Elaine Canchola of Nordhoff won individual titles in the state cross-country championships at Woodward Park in Fresno on Saturday they brought the region's total to nine boys's titles and 13 girls' championships since the meet began in 1987. Here is a list of the individual state champions from the region: Boys *--* Year Div.
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