Olivia Marshall is extending the family sporting dynasty to another generation by being selected in the Australasian futsal team to tour Brazil in November.
Columba College The netball season is well under way for the teams at Columba College. This year the college has three year 9 teams, four year 10 teams and eight senior netball teams competing.
Head girl Rebekah Greene took St Hilda's to an impressive win with an aggressive last lap in the Milton cross-country relays.
Openside flanker Jake Rhodes played a key role when Waitaki Boys' High School scored six tries to beat Kavanagh College 33-24 in the Highlanders First XV competition on Saturday.
After early rounds typified by blow-outs, the last fortnight has hinted at a growing degree of parity in the men's senior competition.
Otago Boys' High School beat King's High School 23-13 in the traditional First XV interschool at Carisbrook today.
Marlborough Girls College deserves the favourite tag after its convincing first-up win against Bayfield High School in the South Island junior secondary schools volleyball competition at the Edgar Centre yesterday.
Touch is one of the quickest sports around and Kaikorai Valley College is one of the speediest schools out of the block in making an impact at a national level.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association Inc (OSSSA) which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual. Contact Des Smith, Otago Regional Sports Director, Po Box 6303, Dunedin. Ph 470-1337 Email:email@example.com Website:www.osssa.org.nz
Lock Josh Dickson dominated the lineout and played a key role in Otago Boys' High School's 57-0 win over St Kevin's College at Oamaru yesterday.
Twelve months of fundraising by the Otago Boys' High School golf team will have its rewards when the players compete in this month's world schools golf tournament in South Africa.
Kavanagh College rowers had unprecedented success at the Maadi Cup at Lake Karapiro recently.
Logan Garforth was inspired when he met former world iron man champion Cory Hutchings in Mount Maunganui in January. He now wants to emulate him and become New Zealand champion and compete internationally.
The talented Andrew Whyte (South Otago) again failed to nail the big one. He was runner-up in the 400m in Timaru last weekend.
There are no rituals for Gavin Stark before he runs. All he needs is a positive attitude and the knowledge that he has done the work.
Kawana Tokona's mother was a barefoot runner who used to train by pushing her baby around the South Dunedin streets in a pram.
Nine major New Zealand or South Island secondary school sports events scheduled to be held in Christchurch over the next six weeks have been either shifted out of the city or cancelled.
A new boat, Lucy Strack, was recently christened at St Hilda's Collegiate School. New Zealand premier lightweight single sculls champion Lucy Strack (left) admires the boat, along with Anna McAslan and Grace Scown. Photo by Lauren Farnden. Surf life-saving John McGlashan College pupil Cameron Burrow (15) gained three placings in the South Island championships recently. Cameron was first in the surf ski race, second in the ironman, which involves boarding, swimming and surf skiing, and third in the board relay.
The Otago Daily Times looks back on the year in secondary sport by naming our 10 leading achievers and others who excelled.
Roxburgh bowler Sarah Davidson, a year 12 pupil at Roxburgh Area School, has proven age is no barrier in a sport usually associated with those of her parents' and grandparents' generations.