Sport @ OSS

FUNRUN & INTERHOUSE 2018

FUNRUN

Once again it was a beautiful day enjoyed by both learners and teachers. The different winners are as follows:

Junior Girls : Rikambura Kaovere (Green)

Junior Boys : Minshew Gideon (Green)

Senior Girls : Zemburuka Kangumba (Green) Senior boys : Da niel Eggert (Green)

WELL DONE GREEN TEAM!!

INTER HOUSE :

This year there were once again outstanding “optogte” and performances, especially the Red team.

All three the teams really gave their best, but at the end the Green team won the Spirit Trophy. Athletes also gave their best to be taken up in the school athletic team to be able to participate in the Otjizondjupa Regional Athletics Meeting.

Girls Boys

Best jumps : Frieda Iithete (red) An-Ana Samuntu (green)

Best throws : Bre-Ann Kurz (Green) John Murorua (green)

Best short distance : Cleopatra Horases (green) Sandro Diergaardt (yellow)

Best middle distance : Mesekameneko Katjariua Morgan Nanuseb

(red) (green)

Junior Victrix Ludorum : Emilia Jeremia (yellow)

Junior Victor Ludorum : Tjeripo Kaveterua (red)

Senior Victrix Ludorum : Mesekameneko Katjariua (red)

Senior Victrix Ludorum : Sandro Diergaardt (yellow) --Congratulations to these learners!!

Horse Riders of OSS Wins Again!!!

HORSE RIDING


On 24 March, Timothy Liebenberg participated in the FEI for juniors, 80 km. He came 1st on the back of El Sham Brahim.

EVENTING

Jessica Kreiner

Jessica were chosen for the NAMEF team that will represent Namibia in Zimbabwe.

She was also chosen as the Most successful rider and horse (junior) for Eventing in 2017.

COLOUR SPORT 
SCORE BOARD 
2018
 
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 GREEN
RED
 YELLOW
 FUNRUN
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 INTERHOUSE
 BLOOD DONATION
 SOCCER
 TENNIS
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ATHLETICS @ OSS 2018

EDUGATE PRESTIGE

24 of our best athletes were chosen to participated. During the Prize-giving ceremony our learners received the following prizes and medals :

3rd places : 4

2nd places : 9

1st places : 12

Frieda Iithete received three (3) gold medals for girls u/19 in the events high jump, long jump and triple jump.

EDUGATE PRESTIGE CONT..

Zemburuka Kangumba also achieved 3 gold medals for girls u/19 in the events 100m, 200m and 400m.

An-Ana Samuntu came 1st the high jump for boys u/19 with a height of 1,90m.

Sandro Diergaardt came 1st in the 200m and broke the 100m record (10,80s). This record was held by an old scholar of our school, Jesse Uri-Khob from 2011 (10,85s).

Both girls and boys relay teams won.

Zemburuka was chosen the Best u/19 girl for the day and Sandro Senior Victor Ludorum.

Otjiwarongo Secondary School was the winning school for the day.

OTJOZONDJUPA REGIONAL ATHLETICS MEETING - Okahandja

Only the u/15 and u/17 athletes participated in the OTJOZONJUPA Regional Athletics meeting in Okahandja. Under very difficult conditions they still did very good.

PRE-NATIONAL ATHLETICS MEETING – Windhoek

Cleopatra Horases : 100m 5th

Israel Kandundu : high jump 1st 1,70m Morgan Nanuseb : long jump 7th

An-Ana Samuntu : High jump 1st 2,00m Mark Dohmen : javelin throw 5th

Long jump 1st

An-Ana was chosen Best Boys Field Athlete for the Day



An Ana Samuntu. New national long jump record as well 7,07m. Chosen best male field athlete. Choseon for the COSSASA team.

Endurance News

NETBAL

Netball Zonal league

Four of our netball teams participated in the Zonal league. The u/19’s, u/17’s and u/15’s qualified and went through to the Regional play-offs.

The u/19’s won and went through to the NSSU National Netball play-offs in Windhoek. They came 4th.

Netball Regional Trials

Congratulations to Tjinomasa Kahiru, Laqueeda Perny and Nasheeta Maletsky who were chosen for the Netball Regional team.

FNB Netball Classic Clashes

This year OSS hosted the annual clashes against Etosha Secondary School. Our beautiful cheerleaders took part in the dancing competition again. And the 1st netball team won Etosha with a score of 42-7.

Congratulations to Katji Maharero who was chosen Player of the Match. Sarah-Lee Hifitikeko was chosen the FNB/Vigo Hero.

Maya Janbey was chosen for the Namibian Endurance team and participated in South Africa. Here Maya achieved 9th place in the 80km juniors and the team was awarded overall 3rd place. She was also awarded the NERA Rider 2015/6 as well as being chosen as the Windhoek Club


Junior Rider for 2016. In September 2017 Maya will be jetting off to Italy for the WEG World Equestrian Endurance in the 120km event.

Bianca Jacobs completed the 300 mile ride on 12-15 October 2016. She started riding at 16h00 every afternoon, right through the night, until 05h00 the next morning. She completed 240km on Wilshane Nkredible and

another 240km on Edl Agbahr Zeus, thus completing a total of 480km!


Regional Athletics - OSS - 2016

VIGO was the main sponsor

This event was successfully hosted by Otjiwarongo Secondary School on the weekend of 11 – 12 March 2016.

The highest achievements of the event were :

Best Girls Short Distance : Cleopatra Horases

Best Girls Middle Distance : Zemburuka Kangumba

Best Boys Jumper : An-Ana Samuntu

Best Boys Thrower : Pamue Kakujaha

Best Boys Short Distance : Linus Hangula

Junior Victor Ludorum : Hitjitevi Tjihenda

Senior Victrix Ludorum : Zemburuka Kangumba

Sports News!! You have to see this!!

JESSI URI-KHOB - OSS LEARNER - INTERNATIONAL STAR!!

100m   10.74    Kingston (JAM)   14.02.2015  AMAZING!!!

Unbelievable! shouts the commentator. Little known Namibian sprinter Jesse Urikhob has just beaten Jamaican superstars Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake in the 200 metres.

To many this might sound like a fantasy but to those  who knows him, knows that this can be a reality if the young Jesse Urikhob continues on his current improvement in the 100m and 200m sprints. Jesse is at the front of a mini renaissance in Namibian sprinting alongside the likes of Hitjiverue Kaanjuka and Dantago Gurirab.

He brought hope to many fans that Namibia can finally emulate the Olympic heroics of the legendary Frank Fredericks. Although the young man from Otjiwarongo, whos immediate ambition it is to qualify for the Olympics, is yet to make the cut for the prestigious global sports event, his steady rise to prominence is encouraging. Jesse has consistently worked improving his personal best time and has succeeded in doing just so at the recently held All Africa Games in Mozambique.

He improved his time in the 100m and can now boast being able to run the event in just 10.1 seconds. Jesse hopes to similarly improve in the 200m, which he describes as his favorite event.


Fun Run ...

Otjiwarongo Secondary School kicked their athletic season off with the annual Fun run on Friday, 16 January. The morning were enjoyed by teachers as well as the learners. The SRC spoiled us with a wide variety of food and drinks on the "Snoepie" menu. 

COLOUR SPORT AT OSS

The colour sport kicked off to a very good start.