Morro Bay High School unveils new aquatic center


MORRO BAY HIGH SCHOOL UNVEILED ITS NEW AQUATIC CENTER THIS AFTERNOON. IT WAS FUN FULL SPECIAL CEREMONY THAT INCLUDED A SITE TOUR, ATHLETE AUTOGRAPHS, AND PLAYERS FROM THE USA WATER POLO WOMEN’S SENIOR NATIONAL TEAM JUMPING IN THE NEW POOL FOR A TEAM PRACTICE. THE SCHOOL MILESTONE WAS FUNDED BY MEASURE D.. AND IT FINALLY GIVES THE PIRATES A CHANCE TO HAVE A POOL TO CALL THEIR VERY OWN. #>i know it’s been a long time coming. from what i understand, 20 years. for us, as a team and program, we always get incredibly excited when you hear about a new pool coming in and

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  • Every school is getting a new pool, not only MB, but SLO has one under construction, Paso Robles has a very expensive and fancy one under construction that will cost about $8.2 million, hell, at least it will be better than the Paso Robles Municipal Pool, which was built in the early 1960’s and is not designed for high school swim programs, and also Santa Ynez has a fancy new pool under construction to replace their currently existing, badly deteriorated, 53-year-old pool, and I don’t know what Atascadero is going to do, either raise money fix their existing pool or build a whole new one, and Templeton doesn’t have a pool on campus, they use Kennedy Fitness Club in Atascadero, but it would be nice for them to have a pool of their own, but due to the size of the school and the size of Templeton in general, that’s not happening for another decade or so, and Mission Prep they’ll be sticking with Sinshiemer for a long while, they would have to do a HUGE fundraiser to get their own pool, and Orcutt Academy, I’m unsure of what they use as their home pool, Santa Maria, Righetti, and Pioneer Valley have pools, and St. Joseph uses the Paul Nelson Aquatics Center, SJ would also have to do a HUGE fundraiser to get their own pool

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