King's High School celebrated success at the South Island secondary schools ice hockey tournament recently.
Leni Ma'ia'i tenaciously held on to his goal and it helped him gain selection for the 15th Asian junior volleyball championships in Thailand.
News updates from the secondary school sports
St Kevin's College held Waitaki Boys' High School to a 30-6 scoreline in the annual interschool fixture in Oamaru yesterday.
Kavanagh College gained a dramatic 31-31 draw with John McGlashan College when it scored two converted tries in the last two minutes of the interschool rugby match at Kettle Park yesterday.
The annual First XV rugby game between Waitaki Boys' High School and St Kevin's College tomorrow will be alcohol-free as part of local initiatives to change a negative culture around alcohol consumption.
Nathan Hull is expected to lead John McGlashan College to a win in the inaugural Tom Casey Memorial Challenge Cup match against Kavanagh College at Kettle Park today.
An off-duty police officer called for back-up after witnessing a fight during the First XV match between King's High School and John McGlashan College in Dunedin on Saturday.
The Otago Boys' High School First XV has had a rare mid-season change of coaches.
The Otago Rugby Football Union has defended its decision to play schoolboy rugby outside Dunedin on test day.
Careful planning went into Dunstan High School's upset 9-8 win over Otago Boys' High School in Alexandra on Saturday.
Bayfield High School continues to run its sports development programme which is designed to recognise, support and develop its elite athletes.
The superior running skills of Alex Gorrie (Kavanagh) helped him win the Otago secondary schools duathlon title at North Taieri yesterday.
Dynamic No 8 Junior Faa'vae played a major role in Kings High School's comfortable 25-10 win against Waitaki Boys High School in the Highlanders First XV match in Dunedin yesterday.
All the action as Kings High School beat Kavanagh College 41-14 in the opening round of the Highlanders First XV rugby competition in Dunedin.
The Highlanders First XV competition resumes this weekend, with the top 12 school teams from south of the Waitaki River ready to do battle over the next four months.
In the second part of the series on the Highlanders First XV competition, the Otago Daily Times looks at the top six sides from last year.
Kaikorai Valley College pupil Jessica Wilson has capped a brilliant summer touch season with an invitation to the New Zealand elite players academy in September.
Rebekah Greene has changed her mind and will compete at this year's world junior athletics championships in Canada.
Most teenagers like to get away from their parents for leisure activities, but Lauren Wilson is different.