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June 15, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Magdaleno never played competitive soccer, but he has coached the game for 18 years and has become one of the area's most successful high school coaches. "My oldest son, Joey, wanted to play a sport when he was 5 and soccer was perfect," Magdaleno said. "I had played football and baseball, but I didn't let my kids play football until they were 14."
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March 10, 1996 | TRIS WYKES
Joe Magdaleno has coached the Santa Paula High boys' soccer team since its inception in 1980. His mind wants him to continue. His heart may not allow it. After first suffering chest pains in December, Magdaleno was told by doctors in early January he had cardiac arrhythmia--an irregular heartbeat.
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SPORTS
March 10, 1996 | TRIS WYKES
Joe Magdaleno has coached the Santa Paula High boys' soccer team since its inception in 1980. His mind wants him to continue. His heart may not allow it. After first suffering chest pains in December, Magdaleno was told by doctors in early January he had cardiac arrhythmia--an irregular heartbeat.
SPORTS
June 15, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Magdaleno never played competitive soccer, but he has coached the game for 18 years and has become one of the area's most successful high school coaches. "My oldest son, Joey, wanted to play a sport when he was 5 and soccer was perfect," Magdaleno said. "I had played football and baseball, but I didn't let my kids play football until they were 14."
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April 20, 1989 | Sean Waters
A reporter will rarely get a "no comment" from Mark Magdaleno. The first-year Santa Paula High baseball coach knows sportswriting isn't easy because he gets firsthand experience every day. Magdaleno is the sports editor at the Santa Paula Chronicle, a newspaper of 3,000 circulation that is published five days a week. Magdaleno knows a good story and he's not going to let this one go untold. "I feel very fortunate that I have two jobs that allow me to get paid for something I would enjoy doing for free," he said.
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April 21, 1988 | STEVE HENSON
Joe Magdaleno, Jr., of Santa Paula High, was named this week Southern Section 1-A Division co-offensive soccer player of the year and his father, Joe Magdaleno Sr., was named co-coach of the year. The Magdalenos led Santa Paula to a record of 18-4 and to the 1-A championship. Paul Ratcliffe of 1-A runner-up Calabasas was the other co-offensive player and Calabasas Coach John Reich was co-coach. Santa Paula defeated Calabasas, 1-0, in the final.
SPORTS
October 31, 1987 | Mark Young
Santa Paula 31, Calabasas 22 KEY PLAYS Early in the second half, Santa Paula quarterback Will McInerney completed a 10-yard touchdown pass to Marcos Sanchez for the eventual winning points. The score put the Cardinals ahead, 28-7. . . . Calabasas quarterback Ceo Wimmer scored on a 2-yard run to pull the Coyotes to within 28-22 with 9:39 left. . . . Santa Paula's Joe Magdaleno kicked a 19-yard field goal with 1:31 left to ensure the win. . . .
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March 5, 1993 | KENNEDY COSGROVE
Calabasas and Santa Paula highs will stage a Frontier League reunion for the Southern Section Division V boys' soccer championship at Gahr High today at 4 p.m. Calabasas (16-4-2) swept the Cardinals (16-8-2) in two league matches this season to finish second behind Moorpark, which was eliminated in the quarterfinals. Santa Paula finished third. In 1988, Calabasas and Santa Paula met in the Division 1-A final with Santa Paula winning, 1-0.
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June 15, 1995 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Five members will be added to the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame at an induction ceremony and banquet tonight at 6 at the Doubletree Hotel in Ventura. This year's inductees are Philip Mathews, Ventura College men's basketball coach and athletic director; Bob Ferguson, Royal High boys' and girls' volleyball coach; Joe Magdaleno, Santa Paula High boys' soccer coach; Jacque Cunningham, boat drag racing champion, and Jack Davis, former Oxnard High football coach.
SPORTS
February 23, 1996 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was the quietest Cardinal who wound up making all the noise. Ricardo Lira, a junior striker on the Santa Paula High boys' soccer team, scored twice Thursday, powering the Cardinals to a 2-0 Southern Section Division IV second-round victory over Bonita. Afterward, Santa Paula Coach Joe Magdaleno chuckled while explaining Lira's understated presence on a team of vocal and aggressive players.
NEWS
April 20, 1989 | Sean Waters
A reporter will rarely get a "no comment" from Mark Magdaleno. The first-year Santa Paula High baseball coach knows sportswriting isn't easy because he gets firsthand experience every day. Magdaleno is the sports editor at the Santa Paula Chronicle, a newspaper of 3,000 circulation that is published five days a week. Magdaleno knows a good story and he's not going to let this one go untold. "I feel very fortunate that I have two jobs that allow me to get paid for something I would enjoy doing for free," he said.
SPORTS
April 8, 1993 | KENNEDY COSGROVE
Simi Valley High's Amy Hood was named the Southern Section Division I girls' soccer defensive player of the year, topping the list of area soccer honorees. Jennifer Brant of La Reina was selected as the Division V defensive player of the year. In boys' soccer, Steve Thomas of Calabasas was the Division V offensive player of the year, Santa Paula's Albert Perez was the defensive player of the year and Santa Paula Coach Joe Magdaleno was the coach of the year.
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January 3, 1986 | DAVID KECK, Times Staff Writer
Thousand Oaks High rallied in the closing minutes of the second half to beat Santa Paula, 2-1, and advance into today's second round of the Simi Valley Soccer Tournament. The game was scoreless at the half, but Joe Magdaleno Jr. shot a goal through a crowd of players early in the second half to give Santa Paula a 1-0 lead. Thousand Oaks (9-2) controlled the ball during most of the half, but mistakes and a tough Santa Paula defense kept the Lancers from scoring.
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