The first XI hockey team was a fine second at the elite Federation Cup in Dunedin, losing 1-0 to Wairarapa College in the final, while the second XI finished ninth at the Jenny McDonald tournament in Ashburton.
McGlashan is proud to have nine New Zealand representatives in a wide array of sports.
It is not generally the done thing for a young New Zealand athlete to look up to a South African.
The Taieri College year 9 netball team produced a first for the region over the school holidays.
Described by his coach as a young, white Sugar Ray Robinson, Alex Hanan is taking the New Zealand boxing scene by storm.
Georgia and Kate Heffernan have a bright future ahead of them in their sports.
The annual sports exchange with Central Southland College has been completed for another year.
Kavanagh has experienced great success in two recent tournaments.
Competitiveness - it shows in whatever Waitaki Girls' High School pupil Rebecca Dellaway does.
Taieri College recently took part in the annual Dunedin co-ed winter sports tournament.
It was Kavanagh College's day.
Eighty-five pupils competed in the school mountain biking championships on Wanaka's Deans Bank track.
It was inevitable. As soon as Bradley Tarleton was coached by Raylene Bates for the shot put, it was certain he would soon be throwing the hammer as well.
The season finished on a high for the Queen's orienteering team, as Ana Manza, Hanri de Bruin and Roche de Bruin claimed the top three places in the senior girls grade at the Otago schools championships.
Kavanagh College's rowers again performed with distinction at the Maadi Cup.
Earnscleugh youth Kensa Randle and her family are on the edge of their seats.
King's sent 39 competitors to the Otago-Southland athletics championships.
Life is a balancing act for Otago Girls' High School pupil Kiano Pelasio, who knows how to successfully mix three sports with schoolwork.
When you are busy mapping out a future for yourself in basketball, the last thing you expect is a call from an Australian rules football club.
Mt Aspiring success Mt Aspiring College has had an outstanding start to the sporting year with top results in the following South Island events: