What a Season Ending Haul!
With several schools closing early this year, the finals were brought forward to Tuesday afternoon to minimise the disruption to the draw. While our Year 10 White team won by default against their Kin...
The Otago Boys' Junior Water Polo team competed at the South Island Championships last weekend.
On Thursday the OBHS Junior Touch team broke a 5 year drought in winning the OSSSA Touch competition played at the Kensington Oval.
The finalists for the OBHS Junior Tennis Championships were found after a full day of tennis at the school courts on Thursday.
This week a team of Year 10 students competed in the Otago Regional Dodgeball competition held at the Metro Sports Centre in Dunedin.
The junior water polo team played in a small league of school teams on Monday at Moana Pool and will compete at the Junior Water Polo South Island Championships in Christchurch this coming weekend.
The annual Sport Otago Junior Golf Tournament was held this week at the Chisholm Park Links golf course.
The Otago Volleyball Championships were held at the Edgar Centre last weekend.
The Dunedin Triathlon Club have just appointed a Youth Development Officer. Her name is Annelies Inghelbrecht. In her role, Annelies is aiming to increase youth, particularly secondary school age, pa...
Monday Night Racing continues to be popular with in excess of 70 riders, on some nights, contesting the six categories out on the Taieri plains.
On Sunday 5 November, the Otago Boys' rowing squad attended the Otago Secondary Schools Erg championships.
Last Sunday the OBHS First XI played its annual fixture against a Willows team at Loburn in North Canterbury.
Saturday 28 October 2017 - A day to remember. It was the day for the inaugural OBHS staff rugby side to play a match against the over 35’s Kaikorai Demons.
While the number of competitors were not as high as recent years the quality certainly was.
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The Term four Schools’ futsal competition kicked off on Thursday night. It was a great start to the season for Otago Boys’ High School, unbeaten across the six matches played.
Well where to start? I have been given the task of somehow trying to write a summary of the 2017 India/Sri Lanka cricket tour and to be honest I genuinely don’t know where to start. Therefore, to save...
From the start of next year all boys taking PE, or participating in High Performance training are required to wear either a "House" t-shirt or "House" singlet as shown.
During the first weekend of the holidays Riley Jellyman, Max Lough, Ryan Lau and Ethan Lau travelled up to Christchurch to represent Otago at the National Secondary Schools Chess Finals. The top eight...
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