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.
Last weekend our Senior Blue and Senior White Volleyball teams competed in the Secondary School Otago Regional Volleyball Tournament. This tournament is also the qualifiers for Nationals at the end of...
Dunedins springboard and platform diving club, Diving tkou, sent five divers to represent Otago at the Diving New Zealand North Island Championships in Wellington over the first weekend in March.
The annual summer interschool with Southland Boys' High School was held in Dunedin this week.
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.
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