Year 11 student Alex Warlow has been busy with athletics, but he isn't competing.
Over the weekend the rowers competed in the 2019 South Island Secondary School Rowing Championships, held at Lake Ruataniwha, Twizel.
Last weekend I was fortunate enough to be selected to play for New Zealand against Australia in the U.S Kids Trans Tasman Cup.
Over the weekend we had a number of boys and Old Boy's representing Otago at Touch Nationals.
A large contingent from Otago Boys' High School headed up to Oamaru for the South Island Secondary Schools' Triathlon and Duathlon Championships on Sunday.
A big congratulations to Year 10 students Hamish Faulks and Will Challis who have been selected to attend the Touch Talent ID camp later this year.
James Watt and Luke Ohlson tied for the win and Jake Owen placed third in the final of the school competition this week.
The annual summer interschool with Christ's College was held in Dunedin this week.
Last week the NZ National Rowing Championships were held at Lake Ruataniwha, Twizel.
OBHS hosted an invitational tournament over the weekend. King's High Senior A, and Central Southland College were invited to play our Senior Blue and Senior White teams.
The cricket draw for Saturday 23 February 2019 is as follows:
A smallish turnout for this event meant we could go down to the Caledonian for the race.
Volleyball has kicked off for the year with over 90 boys taking up the sport in Term One.
The annual summer interschool fixture with Waitaki Boys' High was held in Oamaru on Tuesday.
Golf coaching will begin on Monday February 18.
In its second year in Wanaka, and on the back of a successful debut event, the Otago Secondary Schools Triathlon Championships and Challenge Wanaka Schools event drew a huge turnout, especially from D...
Our Board realised the need for the school values to be embedded in our sports curriculum and for Otago Boys High School to offer the best possible experience for all. The Sports Levy; introduced and ...
The first summer inter school fixture for the summer was held at the beginning of the week in Timaru.
Respect Others, Be Courageous, Train your Mind & Body and Never Give Up!
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