Another futsal season has come to an end and while disrupted by School camps, withdrawals and sickness, most teams would consider it a successful one.
On Wednesday night the school celebrated the awarding of the Summer Blues to our sporting teams and individuals.
Former OBHS student Ben Reeves (2014 - 2018) is heading to Brooklyn to play basketball.
Things ran a little differently this year. Mr Matehaere was given the day off, and Mr Willmotts Year 11 Applied PE class took over the organising. With increased marketing, the event saw record entrie...
Our Senior A's travelled up to Palmerston North over the tournament week to participate in the Secondary Schools' Volleyball Nationals. Seeded 23rd in the country, our goal was to better our seeding a...
The OBHS Rowing Club are running a Learn to Row Programme for Terms 2-3 at a cost of $40.
Water polo is a challenging sport. Students are required to swim well and endure conflict in the water as well as shoot with accuracy and operate as a team. This is all in a deep pool and a tumultuous...
The New Zealand Schools Triathlon Championships were held in New Plymouth last weekend. The event ran alongside the ITU World Championship event and allowed students to share the stage with their tria...
On 29 March a team of 12 athletes travelled to Nelson for the South Island Secondary Schools Athletics Champs.
Over the past week the Aon Maadi Cup rowing regatta was held at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge.
Over the weekend the Senior Touch Team competed at the South Island Secondary School Championships in Christchurch.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Cameron Moffitt who has been selected in the New Zealand team to compete at the 2019 Oceania Area and Combined Events Championships in Townsville on 25-28 June.
Otago Boys High School continued its tradition of Orienteering success in the weekend with some outstanding results at the Otago Championships.
With several students away with tournament week, Matt MacDonald was the sole representative at this years Otago/Southland Secondary Schools Road Cycling Championships.
Torin Webb and Patrick Sefo-Cloughley have again racked up some outstanding results at a recent weightlifting meet in Dunedin.
The Otago Athletics Championships took place last Friday night and Saturday at The Caledonian.
Last week over 500 competitors from all over New Zealand competed at the NZ Division II Swimming Championships held at Moana Pool.
Last week ten of our golfers travelled to Cromwell to participate in the Otago Intercollegiate Finals which were held this year on the Cromwell Golf course.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Jacob Wadsworth who placed 2nd at the Dunedin BMX Championships in the weekend.
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