Sports Results received Term 2 Week 1
Anzac Hockey Festival: Wed 25th April – Friday 27th April
WBHS 1st XI Hockey ANZAC pre-season tournament at St Paul’s Collegiate in Hamilton,
Five games were played over three days, four of which were won.
Game 1: 5-0 WIN vs Wairarapa College – man-of-match, Oliver Hawker.
Game 2: 5-1 WIN vs Napier Boys’ High School – man-of-match, Brandon Peck.
Day One tournament player of the day – Brandon Peck WBHS
Game 3: 2-1 WIN vs Hastings Boys’ High School – man-of-match, Oliver Hawker.
Game 4: 0-4 LOSS vs Westlake Boys’ High School – man-of-match, Kyle Parsons.
Game 5: 3-0 WIN vs Hamilton Boys’ High School.
Congratulations to the squad: Arlo Baker, Connor Dickey, Hayden Ganley ,Connor Glavish , Reuben Gregory, Oliver Hawker, Tom Lindsay,Liam Litchfield, Jarod Martin, Jayden Maugham, Tyler Maugham,Ollie Parker, Kyle Parsons, Brandon Peck, William Stainton , Joe Trigg, Luke Trigg, Sam Webb, Jyden Werder
Swimming: Mon 16th April – 20th April National Age Group Championships in Auckland
700 Swimmers from around the country competed. Tyler Jepsen, Yr 9 took silver in 200m backstroke and in 400m freestyle while setting a new time for the Northland long course age group record, set by Jeremy Elliot in 2015.
Tyler Jepson placed fifth in 400m freestyle and eighth in both the 100m backstroke and 200m freestyle. Great results Tyler
NZSS Go 4 12 Adventure Racing: Fri 13th – Sun 15th April in Hawkes Bay. 4 teams from WBHS entered and Team yellow: Lochiel Espiner, Blake Williamson, Johnny Wilson and John Magrath came 3rd with 2835 points and Team Black Heath Mitchell, Mika Hill, Campbell Jones; Lucas Thompson came 4th with 2720 points.
Race organisers awarded WBHS a sportsmanship prize for their selfless act of helping a rival team who were stuck on the Tukituki River
Hockey: 1st X1 Fri 13th April WBHS 1 vs Mangapai 3 Lost
1st X1 Sat 21st April WBHS 0 vs MGK 5 Lost
2nd X1 Thur April 12th WBHS 1 vs Hora Hora 3 Lost
2nd X1 Thur 19th April WBHS 2 vs Mangapai 3 Lost
2nd X1 Thur 26th April WBHS vs MGK Default as we were in Hamilton that week.
BMX : Angus Darroch competed in the 17- 24 yr Male BMX Nationals in New Plymouth at Easter. He came a respectable 14th place which qualifies him to enter the world BMX Championships at the end of the year in Baku, Azerbaijan.