Port Shepstone High School teams had mixed results in their latest fixtures.
Cricket was played against Kingsway.
The U15s batted first and scored an impressive 180 runs. Riaan Brooks made 50 and Tyler Hogen made 32 not out of the 180 runs.
PSHS won by 70 runs as Kingsway was bowled out for 110 runs.
The U15s also played against Hillcrest. They were bowled out for 53 runs, and lost by 9 wickets.
The first team batted first and scored 163 runs. Josh Jacobs took four wickets but sadly PSHS lost by a narrow two wickets.
Netball against Suid-Natal lost 17-27, hockey against Suid-Natal won 3-1 and rugby (pictured below) against South Coast Development won 28-0.
The basketball boys (main photo) travelled to Pinetown.
The U14As lost 4-12, U14Bs lost 2-14, U15 lost narrowly with 17-18, the second team won impressively 36-15, and the first team lost 16-52.
Our learners took part in the KZN swimming trials in Durban.
Caleb Walton was placed third in the individual swimming medley, fourth in 100m butterfly and fourth in 100m backstroke.
Kayla Heydricks swam a personal best in the 200 m backstroke. Tiffany Morrison was placed second in her 20m freestyle heat and Chris Massey was placed fifth in the 50m freestyle.
Well done to Siphelele Magxala who won all three of his chess games against Suid-Natal. The first team lost by eight games, and the second team won by three games.