Kavanagh College's rowers again performed with distinction at the Maadi Cup.
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:
The King's High Junior First XI has played traditional rivals Southland Boys', Waitaki Boys' and Shirley Boys'.
A College pupil Caitlin Deans broke two New Zealand records last month and has emerged as one of the country's brightest swimming prospects.
Year 11 PE pupils have recently been introduced to a new sport by handball enthusiasts Michael Laufiso, L. J. Apaipo and Augusto Telini.
They were mates at Heriot Primary School, parted company, and renewed their friendship as boarders at St Hilda's Collegiate.
Ten senior pupils represented Maniototo at the NZ Secondary School Curling Tournament in Auckland.
Blue Mountain College head boy Gavin Stark has seen the top levels of rugby and wants to experience some more.
A cross-country race in which he sprinted at the beginning and consequently slid down the pack to finish at the bottom prompted Fynn Thompson to learn how to train properly.
Winners from Otago Boys' High School teams after the Condor Sevens Otago tournament at Peter Johnstone Park on Sunday are (from left): player of the tournament Reece Mau'u, under-15 player George Thomas, under-14 player Sam Dippie, under-19 player Mike McKay, under-16 player Ben Scorgie and under-18 player Riley McDowall.
During winter tournament week, seven St Hilda's teams competed in various South Island or national tournaments.
Tokomairiro's under-18 rugby team made it into the division 1 final against Taieri College First XV this season. During the final game, Toko led at halftime, 12-8.
When archer Andrew Robertson lines up a target, the sight he uses is a pin stuck through some foam, which is taped to the bow he borrowed from his teacher.
Last week, the St Hilda's sports council unveiled an elite sports honours board. The board features old girls who have represented New Zealand at the highest level in sport.