College Sport has finished for the year and will resume on February 12, 2014.
Scots College will head to the national cricket stage after achieving their immediate local target.
Bridget Lidell is about to join the Phoenix.
It will be the last throw of the dice - and the hammer, javelin, shot put and discus - for Montaya Wharehinga next month.
Two ambitious Wellington teenagers who have been named school cyclists of the year hardly have time to study - but they say it's worth it.
Stella Beck will become a Gael next year.
An Ivy League university is beckoning Daniel Carbonatto-Bowkett.
An enduring partnership will head into the fray for the last time on Saturday.
Wellington High School will attempt to complete a winning double in the junior boys volleyball competition this afternoon.
Tim Robertson has joined his sporting idols.
Julianne Alvarez knows what she will be doing after she leaves school - she just doesn't know where.
Jacinta Beckley will be playing college basketball in the United States next year.
Adam Blackwell is a contradiction in terms.
Scots College schoolboy Malo Tuitama has been selected in a high-calibre Wellington Sevens squad.
Star golfer Julianne Alvarez created a new benchmark last night when crowned the College Sport Wellington young sportswoman of the year for the third time.
Saturday was a doubly good day for St Pat's Town skipper Lauchie Johns.
Taita College's third-straight Stephen Kearney Cup title may well be their most memorable.
A school football team or community club can win tickets to the All Whites' qualifying match in Wellington.
Paul Ulberg has learnt a lot about top-level rugby league this year.
Anton Jenkins has struck gold this spring.
Mitchell Blucher has begun the new cricket season with a flourish.
There was reward on and off the court for St Mary's and Wellington East at the national secondary schools championships in Auckland last week.
Wellington East emphasised their potential by claiming a top 3 spot at the national secondary schools championships.
Jackson Rich felt the end of the holidays more than most this week.
Do you think Mark Hammett has done a good job as the Hurricanes coach this season?