As parents of boys you will know that the majority of our young men are involved in some type of physical activity.
OBHS students competed at the South Island Regional Surf Life Saving Championships held at New Brighton last weekend with much success.
The summer interschool fixture between OBHS and Christ's College was held on Monday and Tuesday this week.
With the winter season fast approaching sports registrations will be available from next week.
Congratulations to Harley Ruru and Tairoa Porima-Flavell who were members of a team of four that won the final at the Burger King - 3x3 Basketball (U18) tournament in the Octagon last Saturday.
Last week Year 11 student Jackson Aluesi won bronze in the Under 16 K4 200m at the National Canoe Racing Nationals held at Lake Karapiro.
The redevelopment of our Tennis Court area on Stuart Street was offically opened for use on Thursday at 1.00pm.
Year 12 student Liam Turner has been selected in the 20 strong New Zealand Athletic Team to compete in the Oceania Regional Games to be held in Papeete, Tahiti in April. Liam will compete in the 400m...
This week we hosted Waitaki Boys' High School in the second summer interschool fixture of the year.
Two even bowling teams squared off on a fast and hard Littlebourne track for the second home game of the year. In the end, the batting depth of the home team proved to be the difference between the tw...
Congratulations to Year 9 batsman Cameron Elliott who made an unbeaten century last Saturday. Cameron made 101 not out, Elliott Alloo 49 not out and Ben Williams-Davies 33 to help their team make 246...
Congratulations to Cameron Porteous, Oliver Bugden and Jordan Hand.
The annual summer interschool fixture with Timaru Boys' High School.
On Wednesday OBHS had students compete in three team events and two individual events at the Otago Secondary Schools Triathlon Championship in Cromwell.
Otago Boys' students spill out of the van on a Monday afternoon, and along with about 25 secondary school surfers from around Dunedin surf in tag teams and heats 3.30-5.30 weekly.
100% successful - a day where many students achieved personal bests and enjoyed the competitive spirit of the day.
At the Caledonian sports ground on Wednesday, our students displayed the traditional spirited competition that makes these days a success for all participants.
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