It was a coup for Queen's High School to be selected as the pilot for a futsal in schools programme.
South Otago High School netballers had a very successful trip to Australia in April.
John McGlashan pupil Ben Lovelock flew to Orlando last month with the New Zealand Black Stacks to attend the world sport stacking championships.
Paul Wright has his sights set high after placing third in the open men's section of the 95km Classic race at the gruelling Contact Epic mountain bike event around Lake Hawea last month.
Kaikorai Valley College has just finished the first term of its three-year Sport in Education project. Craig Reddington, lead teacher for the project, explains.
After 120 ''fiercely, but fairly'' contested games of football, rugby, hockey, basketball and netball, it proved impossible to separate Oamaru's and Timaru's top teams in the inaugural Southern Catholic Colleges Tournament on Monday.
King's High School pupil Dylan Edwards has a talented role model and would like to follow in his father's footsteps.
The Otago Boys' High School colts (years 9-10) defended their title by convincingly winning all of their games at the NZCT finals in Palmerston North recently. This is only the second time in the history of the event that a school has won the title in successive years.
The annual Kaikorai Valley College 1000km Challenge and Sports Expo was held in March, along Kaikorai Valley Rd and on the school grounds.
Queen's High School has a small squad of rowing novices who have continued to improve with every regatta throughout the season.
Do not ask Columba College pupil Devon Familton (13) to choose a favourite sport.
The St Hilda's tennis team won the Otago secondary schools tournament, and will represent our region at the South Island tournament. The touch team also won the Otago tournament and will compete at the South Island tournament this month.
Christina Ashton is competitive and knows how to succeed at the top level in three different sports.
Stark shines Blue Mountain College had two pupils who excelled at the New Zealand secondary schools athletics in December.
On October 24, 96 pupils were recognised for their achievements in sport and cultural activities at the Queen's and King's Performing Arts Centre.
Lisa Goral became one of the youngest fencers to win a New Zealand open title in Christchurch at Labour Weekend.
The Dunstan High School boys A basketball team travelled to Nelson in the holidays for the national tournament for secondary schools under 600 pupils.
The Dunstan High School senior A boys basketball team travelled to Westport for the South Island Secondary Schools Tournament for schools under 600. The team won the championship 83-63 in the final against Garin College of Nelson. This was the second time Dunstan has won this event having won previously in 2008 in Timaru.
Congratulations to the South Otago High School A netball team, winner of the B grade section of the recent South Island secondary schools tournament in Dunedin. It was unbeaten in its grade of 32 teams. The whole team worked together well and really dug deep in the final against Cashmere.
During the July holidays, 32 pupils and 14 parents headed to Cairns to take part in a 12-day sporting/cultural tour. Two netball teams and a rugby team played against three schools in Cairns, Innisfail and Port Douglas. The rugby team was triumphant, winning all three games, while the netball girls won three out of six games.