High School Sports

February 26, 2014 7:57 PM

Johnston showed coaching ability at young age

Before being introduced as the new head coach at San Luis Obispo High on Wednesday, Pat Johnston, 27, went on to have a standout three-year varsity career under his dad at Carmel, played three years as a backup quarterback at Cal Poly and has spent the past six as an assistant coach with the Mustangs.

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