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Track & Field

On Tuesday, April 11, the season’s first 1B/2B league meet was held in Davenport, with participation by Almira/Coulee Hartline, Columbia (Hunters), Curlew, Cusick, Davenport, Inchelium, Kettle Falls, Lake Roosevelt, Mary Walker, Northport, NW...

 

Baseball

Selkirk On April 15, the O-H Titans played Selkirk in what had been scheduled as an away game but was instead played in Odessa. The Selkirk baseball field was not yet ready for play due to the...

 

Golf

The Odessa-Harrington golf teams competed at the 7th District 1B/2B meet in Colville on April 11, playing a full 18 holes for the first time this season. For the boys’ team, Colt Sanford was the Titans’ low scorer with a 97. John Tanke followed...

 

Tennis

The Odessa-Harrington tennis teams played Reardan April 11, 2017 in Harrington. The #1 girls singles match saw Dani Tebow of O-H defeat Jaucia Hamel 6-4, 6-3. In the #2 singles match, Reardan’s Sarah Kimmerer defeated Megan Shafer 6-1, 6-1. In the...

 

Larson gets computing award March 28 at WSU

Pullman, WA – Four years ago, Elizabeth Larson entered the ASR Laboratory with a curiosity in the computer science field. She is interested in becoming a computer programmer or engineer and centered...

 

All OHS research projects take first place at state science/engineering fair

Bremerton, WA – Seven inspiring students from the Odessa Science Department presented their independent science and engineering research on April 1, 2017 at the 60th Annual Washington State Science...

 

Baseball

March 31 was the date of the Deer Park Invitational track and field meet, where both the girls’ and boys’ team competed against teams from Almira/Coulee-Hartline, Colfax, Deer Park, Kettle Falls,...

 

Track & Field

Columbia (Hunters) On March 28, the O-H Titans played Columbia (Hunters), defeating that team in both games of a double header. The battery consisted of Chance Messer pitching to catcher Marcus King....

 

Golf

The O-H Titan golf team has had a slow start to its season due to weather conditions. The first match at Odessa was cancelled due to poor course conditions. The team played Inchelium at Harrington March 21, with John Tanke leading the team as the...

 

Gies, DeWulf nab firsts at Colville meet

Last Saturday's Ezra Gordon Invitational in Colville was the season's first meet for the Odessa-Harrington track and field teams, both boys and girls. The O-H boys took third place as a team, and the...

 

Baseball

Wilbur On March 21 at Wilbur, the O-H Titans played their first baseball games of the season, a non-league double-header against Wilbur-Creston. The Titans managed a split decision, winning the first game and losing the second. O-H 4 1 0 2 4 3 0 14...

 

Tennis teams split wins, losses with LRS Tuesday

On March 28 in Ritzville, the Titan tennis teams traveled to Ritzville for a match against the Lind/Ritzville-Sprague team. In the girls’ side of the competition, the #1 singles match saw Rose Melville of LRS defeat Dani Tebow 6-0 and 6-0. In the...

 

Moffet gets honorable mention

Ryan Moffet, a freshman member of the Odessa-Harrington varsity basketball team, has received honorable mention following selections made to the Associated Press Washington 1B all-state basketball team by the state’s sportswriters and editors. Not...

 

Child Find preschool screening offered

The Odessa School District, in cooperation with Educational Service District #101, will be providing a Child Find Screening clinic on Thursday, April 13, 2017. The screening will be offered at no cost to children of concern aged three through five....

 

Knowledge Bowl team fourth at state

The Odessa High School Knowledge Bowl team headed to Arlington, Wash. this past weekend for the state competition and brought home fourth place. Final standings for the state's 1B schools were: 1....

 
 By Jeffery Wehr    School    March 16, 2017

Odessa shines at regional science fair

Kennewick, WA – After an eight-hour day of continually presenting their research to experts in the field, the student scientists from the Advanced STEM Research Laboratory at Odessa High School exhibited their academic prowess in science and...

 

Student-led conferences coming at end of month

Student-led conferences for Odessa school children in pre-school through grade 11 have been set for Wednesday, March 29, through Friday, March 31. School will be dismissed at 12:30 p.m. on these days. All of the students have been scheduled for a...

 

The Little Mermaid Jr. musical coming 3/30

The Odessa schools will present Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr. on Tuesday, March 30, at 10 a.m. (limited seating) and 7 p.m. (open seating). Ellen Holman is directing approximately 40 students from grades 2-12 in the one-hour musical based on the...

 

FBLA American Enterprise Project involves all

Odessa HS FBLA put in a lot of hard work this year with the seventh grade class for their American Enterprise Project. The topic this year was fair trade, a type of business operation for trade in which fair prices are paid to producers in developing...

 

Titans lose two, out of contention for trophy

The O-H Titan boys ended their bid for hardware at the state 1B basketball tournament on Friday at the Spokane Arena. On the first day of the tournament, March 1, the Titans defeated Chief Kitsap...

 

State 1B/2B tournament

In the 1B boys portion of the Hardwood Classic played last week at the Spokane Arena, Sunnyside Christian won the championship game over Lummi Nation. ACH took third place, Yakama Nation Tribal was fourth, Pomeroy fifth and Muckleshoot Tribal sixth....

 

CHS Crop Advisors visit ag shop

Last week, Joe Schlomer and John Jensen of CHS-Sun Basin Crop Advisors visited the Odessa School District ag shop to share a wealth of knowledge about plants, discuss the numerous types of jobs availa...

 
 By Jeffery Wehr    School    March 2, 2017

Three OHS student scientists are among 16 symposium delegates

Only 16 students were selected by Washington state to be delegates at the 55th Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Every year, Washington students send between 200-300 research papers...

 

Knowledge Bowl team headed to state tourney

On Friday, February 24, Odessa High School's Knowledge Bowl team headed to Whitworth University in Spokane for the annual regional competition. In the B1 division, Odessa finished second (by one...

 

Titans win, headed to the Hardwood Classic

Cedar Park Christian The O-H Titan boys defeated Cedar Park Christian Friday evening in a regional playoff game at Mountlake Terrace High School on the west side of the state. The Titans won, 70-65, a...

 

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