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At this hour, Summit High students are learning that they have a new head football coach: Joe Padilla.  Padilla is a familiar face on the football field, as he has been an assistant coach for several years. Padilla says he already has a plan of attack: "First order of business is just getting the kids together. We’re going to have our first player meeting next week and from there, we'll move on to the parents and on down to the youth parents. So, trying to get everyone on the same page in terms of what we want to do here in Summit in the future. And also looking at what we want to do with our facility here and fundraising, kinda everything at once. Just trying to get the program rolling and work off what Coach Hackenbrook started." Padilla says he's enjoyed working under former Coach Jerry Hackenbruck and he knows the strengths and weaknesses of the team. Padilla is an Oregon native, raised in McMinnville and is also a former Assistant Coach at Mountain View High, and Pilot Butte Middle School. He's also a science teacher at Summit High.

 

 

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