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Food For Thought
Hey pirates! In case you missed our last piece on the Lunch Ladies, we have a new piece on the tasty food they provide for us in the cafeteria. A select group of top-tier journalists from the Spyglass exercised their expert taste skills and culinary knowledge to provide YOU with a detailed review of some of our cafeteria’s most...
MBHS went head-to-head with Mission Prep this week in an away non-conference game. This game was also Mission Prep's Homecoming Game, and MBHS came into the game with high expectations. Before entering the game, Mission Preps' record was 2-5, and MBHS's was 3-3. The J.V team played first and lost their game with a score of 48 to 20. MBHS...
Morro Bay High School has had a rich, storied history throughout its decades of existence. In order to revisit and appreciate where we came from (and, perhaps, laugh at how much things have changed since our parents or grandparents were in high school), the Spyglass is beginning a new series in which we look back at articles...
This year the San Luis Obispo county school district has started making drastic changes to the Homecoming Courts. With a growing need for representation and equality for all students, plus the legalization of non-binary as a gender in California, many teachers and staff decided that rewarding students for their individuality, not their gender or relationship status, was...
Morro Bay High School is full of students with different interests and passions, and some have talents they plan to turn into careers. Senior Amalia Fleming has already laid the foundation for her possible career in songwriting, with the release of her album “Vibrations” in summer of 2018. The Spyglass chose to highlight her impressive artistic achievements...
Its all fun and games at Morro Bay High School. All grades participated in a dodgeball tournament in the small gym. The event was October 1-4 and took place at lunch time all throughout the week. A solid party of people participated in the dodge-ball event. The students chose the teams and signed up...
Cross country had an event on October 2 against CAA-Mountain League. People from the Morro Bay High School cross country team met at Santa Maria on a motocross track. The team left at 12:00 P.M. and the event started at 3:00 P.M. Participants had some positive things to say about the event.
On October 18, 2019, Morro Bay High will have its annual Homecoming Football Game. MBHS will be up against school rival Templeton High. Templeton's current record is 5-1, and MBHS is 3-3. Templeton is coming off of a win against St. Bernard High, and MBHS is coming from a hard loss against St. Vincent de Paul.
The Morro Bay High School Boys Water Polo team has had six games so far this season, and are coming up on their seventh. In the first game, MBHS lost to Clovis West 23-3. After, MBHS lost to College Park by a score of 16-6. In the next game, MBHS lost to Atascadero by a score of 10-2. Next, MBHS...
A non-league volleyball game took place at Morro Bay High School on Monday, September 30. The Freshman and JV teams tallied another loss for their overall record for this season. The Varsity girls volleyball team also lost, allowing San Luis Obispo High School to take the first two sets of the match. The Lady Pirates fought back and took...
The 3-2 MBHS Pirates went one-on-one against the 5-1 St Vincent de Paul Mustangs this week. MBHS was coming into the home game with a three-game win streak on the line. Going into the game, MBHS was 1-2 in home games, and 2-0 in away games. The J.V game kicked off first, and they won their game with a score...