Most schools can claim a point of difference, whether that be academically, culturally, environmentally or something in the sports domain. Here are a few from our Otago secondary schools.
Sports councils — or even just the pupils who voluntarily help organise sports events — play an increasingly key role in keeping things ticking overat secondary schools....
Jessy Lawrence, of the Otago 13s girls team, competes in the age grade rugby league tournament in Invercargill at the weekend.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association.
Playing off a seven handicap, Jed Cuthbertson posted a gross score of 67 to lead Otago Boys' High School to victory in the Otago intercollegiate final, which was played over 18 holes at Roxburgh on...
The first XV made history when it beat Otago Boys’ 1st XV for the first time in the school’s 98-year history.
You only get one shot — unless you are Shaun Simpson, who takes his shots in lots of 10.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association (OSSSA), which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian
Nathan Hill and Liam Turner know a thing or two about winning and the Otago Boys' High School pair have been doing plenty of it recently.
It is all about athletics for Sam Gouverneur.
The King's sporting year culminated with the annual sports awards evening, when the staff and boys were entertained by Black Cap and old boy Nathan McCullum, who was the guest speaker.
Lexie Elliott has plenty of contrast in her sporting world.
Blue Mountain College Taine Rarere from Blue Mountain College was selected to attend the South Island under-18 Maori rugby training camp and was then picked for the under-18 Maori team. ...
You would not think Morris Stevenson has only been smallbore shooting for three years.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association (OSSSA) which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
Queen's High School
Rachel Beattie is mixing it with the big girls as her netball career continues to soar.
Maniototo Area School
To Louis Jennings, a split second is just long enough.
Kavanagh College Winter tournament week is fast approaching, and Kavanagh will have five codes away in different parts of the country.