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.
Their teams might not have won, but two Taieri College netballers still had plenty to celebrate at a recent tournament in Christchurch.
The senior boys badminton team won the division 1 section of the Dunedin secondary schools competition last week.
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It is neither pronounced cruise nor hoop, but other than that Casey Kruishoop has the best basketball name in the game.
Wanaka brothers Janus, Julius and Leo Staufenberg hope to one day emulate the success of another set of siblings, English Olympic triathletes the Brownlees.
South Otago High School Badminton has taken off under the guidance of Jeff Elliotte and Chris Sly.
Taieri College This year, Taieri College has fielded 24 netball teams, nine basketball teams, six miniball teams, four rugby teams, three hockey teams and three football teams. Along with these large team sports, we have a cross-country running squad and curling and ice hockey teams.
South Otago High School Winter sport at SOHS is all go. There are seven rugby teams entered, including two girls teams.
Logan Park High School Top Otago basketballer Jaren Roy (year 12) has been invited as one of 20 top basketballers to attend the under-17 national selection camp in Auckland in April and to work towards the Oceania championships later this year.
Olivia O'Neill will be running the show when the New Zealand under-16 basketball team competes in the Australian state championships in Tasmania in July.
Mount Aspiring College Mount Aspiring athletes have had a busy and successful summer. Here is a summary of some of the highlights. -