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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...

Top 10 Belated Valentines Gifts

By Ashley Magday Valentines was the day where couples give each other something to make them feel loved. Something that will make them happy is by giving them a gift that you made or you bought. Many gifts can be easily found at the store or made. According to some Morro Bay...

“Let the Defendant be found… Not Guilty!”

Last week, February 2-7, the Morro Bay High School Mock Trial team journeyed to the San Luis Obispo Courthouse to compete in the Countywide competition. The competition began Saturday morning and continued with trials on Tuesday and Thursday of last week. The Defense team competed first against the Prosecution team of Paso Robles High School. MBHS Defense left with both...

Maddy Booker, Vienna Laughlin Win at Poetry Out Loud

On January 30th, 20 Morro Bay High School students from all grades came together for the 13th Annual Poetry Out Loud with Maddy Booker and Vienna Laughlin winning first and second place, respectively. Each performer recited two poems of their choosing and were judged on their accuracy and performance. This school competitions follows class competitions from English...

Boys and Girls Soccer Finish Seasons with Losses

The final soccer games of the season happened this week. The boys lost their final game 3-0. The girls also lost their game to Orcutt 3-0. The girls had their final Player of the Game, Senior Hattie Taylor. These final defeats will close out a season marked by ups and downs.  The boys hosted Templeton in a home game to...

Opinion: To Recite or Not To Recite: MBHS Students on Poetry Out Loud

Every year, English students across the nation gear up to take part in an event of memorization, recitation, and classroom participation: Poetry Out Loud. According to the official website of Poetry Out Loud, the organization was created to provide students with an opportunity “to learn about great poetry.” This goal, however, is not being achieved to its...

Top 10 Movies to watch on Valentine’s Day

by Maddy Booker and Mailani McKelvy Don't have Valentine's day plans? Here is a collection of some awesome movies to watch if you want an alternative to a cheesy rom-com. Avenger’s: Infinity War: What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than by watching all of your favorite Avengers characters come together for 3 hours. How could this movie possibly go...

Opinion: Why this Year’s Super Bowl Was the Worst Ever

The Super Bowl: an event that even people who don't watch football look forward to! People look forward to the commercials, the Halftime Show, and the game that will crown a champion for the NFL. This year, however, many people were left with only disappointment. The Halftime Show was performed by Maroon 5, Travis Scott, and Atlanta native and...

Wacky Wednesday

On Wacky Wednesday, the third day of the MBHS Neon Dance Spirit Week, First period classes competed on the most students wearing tie-dye. Friday is the Neon Dance and tickets will not be sold at the door, so students should make sure to buy your tickets in advance.

MBHS Soccer has Another Successful Week

We had another successful week of soccer, with both the Boys and Girls winning their games. The Morro Bay Boys varsity soccer team won Friday's away conference game against Nipomo by a score of 2-1. The Morro Bay Girls varsity soccer team won Friday's away conference game against Mission Prep by a score of 4-1. The Boys team had...

Music Monday

For the first day of the Astrological Spirit Week, A.S.B. held music in the quad. Students danced to fun music for Music Monday. As the spirit week gets going in preparation for the Neon Neptune Dance this Friday, MBHS looks forward to more wacky space-themed fun.