OBHS regains South Island title.
The South Island Secondary School Sunburst Regatta is being held on the Otago Harbour this week.
The Athletics track season has come to an end with the South Island Secondary School Championships being held in Timaru last weekend.
The Otago Touch Association is very excited to announce that Kane Johnston has been invited by Touch New Zealand to trial for the NZ 18s teams, following his exceptional performances at the Under17s N...
The Tennis Otago prize giving was held over the weekend and two OBHS students were awarded Junior Player of the Year Awards.
OB's boys Alex Grant, Harley Ruru, Mitchell Hughan, Nathan Hanna, Xavier Herbert and Min Kang competed in a South Pre-Season (U17) Basketball Tournament for Otago over the weekend. The team was undefe...
Six of our students took part in the Otago Age Groups Golf Championship which were held at the Lower Waitaki Golf Club outside Oamaru.
With the fine weather continuing the new surface on the tennis courts is complete and nets will soon be installed. This will be a superb playing surface which will benefit the students and community o...
In beating Waitaki Boys' HighSchool by 238 runs in the zone final of the NZ First XI Cup OBHS qualified for the NZ Finals for the fifth time in the last six years. This will be played in December at L...
Congratulations to all of the OBHS teams who played their last game for the season on the Saturday prior to the Easter break.
The school had 25 students attending the Otago/Southland Secondary School Athletics Champs at the Caledonian Grounds.
A massive congratulations to the OBHS Under 17 coxed four on their silver medal at the South Island Secondary Schools Regata in Twizel.
Recently our 1st Touch team competed in the South Island Secondary Schools Tournament in Christchurch.
Year 9 student Cameron Elliott has received a top trophy at the Albion Cricket Club.The Albion Cricket Club "Ernie Watson Trophy: Best School Boy Cricketer" for 2015-2016 season.Cameron also received ...
The Year 10A cricket team pose for a team photo for the last game this season - and the last time ever.
On Wednesday evening the Otago Secondary Sports Association held a development session for Sports Prefects throughout Otago.
This week the last of the summer interschool fixtures was held at Southland Boys' High School.
1st XI Captain Taine Bayly has received the honour of a letter from the Governor General, Sir Jerry Mateparae, inviting him to play in the Governor General's Youth XI team this weekend
Phase two of the tennis court upgrade is underway.
The senior volleyball team have qualified for Division 1 at Nationals by winning the Senior Otago Championship over the weekend. A great achievement against more experienced teams in the region. The t...
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