You can water a football field but a basketball court?
That's what they're dealing with at Anson High School after a burst pipe and damaged the school's gymnasium.
Normally you find a gym floor nice and flat.
Water damage at Anson High left part of the wood on the basketball court warped.
"We had a water leak, pipe ruptured in a mechanical room and seeped under the wall and underneath this gym floor," said Jay Baccus, Superintendent of Anson ISD.
It'll take $80,000 to get it fixed.
The process involves a complete overhaul.
"The entire floor will be replaced, 'that'll be a sight to see.' It will, it'll be down to the concrete," Baccus said.
The work is expected to start soon.
"Estimated some time next week, it'll be very close to being complete by the time school starts," he added.
In case you're wondering where that $80,000 is coming from to pay for that damage, Superintendent Baccus said the building was insured and the district has already filed a damage claim.
Work on the floor could take up to six weeks to complete.
Part of that time is for the floor to get settled after most of the work is done.
Superintendent Baccus said it's the most damage he's seen to any athletic facility in the district.