Year 10 student Tyler-Joe Lilly has been selected in the Futsal South's Under 16 team which will compete in a national tournament being held in Palmerston North in July. Congratulations Tyler-Joe an i...
The winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Southland Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Wednesday 25 May.
On Wednesday the Caversham Road Race was held at King's High School. OBHS had two junior and two senior teams take part.
Today saw the annual interschool clash with King's High School. Following are the results.
Here are some pictures of the first events of the day. Badminton, Chess, Basketball, Debating and Smallbore shooting kicked off the day for a huge number of enthusiastic participants.
Otago Boys were well represented at the annual Otago Secondary Schools Futsal Tournament in Dunedin. Nine teams in all, competing across the junior and senior divisions.
Recently the Rowing boys and parents enjoyed a Sunday dinner at Zucchini Brothers Pizza and Pasta Restaurant.
The annual Logan Park Road Race was held on Tuesday 10th May.
While we follow the progress of the Otago Boys old boy Hamish Bond the NZ Sevens and Valarie Adams road to Rio. One of our community is part of this Olympic qualifying dream.
Next Monday, 16 May, 7pm school library: Information evening for senior Sydney trip, September 2016 and proposed tour of India, September 2017.
Congratulations to Mile Nafatali and Lloyd McGee who have been selected in the NZ Junior Mens Development team who will travel to Australia in September.
The Summer Blues Assembly which was held on Tuesday acknowledged the achievements of those young men who have excelled in their sporting endeavours already this year.
Competing for Otago at NPC senior level, playing in the AFLNZ premiership in Auckland weekly during term 1 and representing the New Zealand Hawks at Under 16 (level 1 Academy) and Under 18 (level 2 Ac...
During the school holidays Year 9 student Ollie Bixley took part in the South Island Schools Orienteering Championships in Christchurch.
Several OBHS students attended the National Age Group Swimming Championships in Wellington on the first week of the school holidays.
Friday 1st April the Rowing squad headed up to Twizel to stay in their luxury training accommodation in the camping ground with Kates Kitchen.
Last week the school participated in a number of sporting codes during tournament week.
Despite having summer-like conditions the day before, this years Year 13 Physical Education Triathlon was run in cool temperatures thanks to a southerly front that had come through the previous night.
On the 7th to 9th April Liam Turner was a member of the New Zealand Athletics team to compete in the Oceania Games held in Tahiti, along with 19 other athletes involving 7 other countries.
OBHS regains South Island title.
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