On the last Friday of Term 1, the OBHS B Water Polo team played in the final of the Dunedin Schools' Tournament at Moana Pool.
At the completion of the Maadi Cup in March, 3 rowers from Otago Boys' High School gained trails for representative teams.
During the recent school holidays a group of eleven students and two staff members went away on a short golf trip.
It was a pleasure to supervise 21 young men at the South Island Athletics Championships in Christchurch last weekend.
Otago Boys High School was represented by no less than fifteen teams in the Term One Dunedin Schools Futsal Competition this year.
Mikko Johnston, Rohan Williams and Javara Clark had their first debate as a team on the 31st of March.
The senior volleyball competition has come to a close after a full on term!
It was a sublime Wednesday afternoon when the OBHS Prefect team descended down into St Hildas for one of the years hallowed events: the annual inter-school-prefect-netball match.
The volleyball boys travelled to Palmerston North to compete in the National Volleyball Championships last week.
Last week our softball team competed in the South Island Div 2 Tournament in Alexandra.
At last weekends Tennis Otago prize giving the following OBHS players were recognised with awards.
Every year in late March, the NZSSRA (NZ Secondary Schools Rowing Association) holds a National Championship Regatta for secondary school rowing crews known as Maadi.
The school competed against old boys from the Roslyn Wakari Club to celebrate the life of Rod, a teacher and coach of football for many years.
A small group of riders contested this years iteration of the Otago/Southland Road Cycling Championships.
The Otago Schools' Orienteering Championships were held on Sunday 14 March.
In cold overcast conditions we won the toss and elected to bat on an artificial wicket with a quick outfield.
The Otago Secondary Schools Athletic Championships were held at the Caledonian Grounds on Friday and Saturday.
Fingers were crossed as the South Island moved to Level Two just weeks before the event.
Seven of the top chess players at Otago Boys played in the Chess Power Checkmate Challenge which was a National online chess competition.
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