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 School    May 25, 2017 

Honor Society bids farewell to 10

The Odessa National Honor Society Chapter said goodbye to 10 graduating seniors at a ceremony held at the school on Friday, April 28, 2017. No new members were selected this year. The graduating...

 
 School    May 25, 2017 

Track & Field

The NE/SE 1B regional track and field meet was held Friday and Saturday, May 19/20 at Central Valley High School in Veradale (Spokane). The Odessa-Harrington boys continued their winning ways following last week’s first-place finish at the...

 
 School    May 25, 2017 

Baseball

Colton The Titans defeated Colton this past Saturday, May 20, at Borleske Stadium in Walla Walla by a score of 3-2. Chance Messer was the starting pitcher, striking out seven batters in the win. Beginning at 10 a.m., the Titans were behind by one...

 

Track & Field

The NE 1B championship meet was held at Riverside High School in Chattaroy on May 9. The Odessa-Harrington boys won the championship trophy and the girls took the fourth place spot on the podium....

 

Aaron Gies sets school record in hurdles event

In winning first place in the 300-meter hurdles, Aaron Gies set a new school record for Odessa High School with a time of 38.91 seconds, also a personal best time for him. Aaron is a senior this...

 

Baseball

Pomeroy The O-H Titans were defeated by Pomeroy in a close contest played a Northwest Christian High School in Colbert May 9. Chance Messer pitched into the sixth inning before being relieved by...

 

Clark to receive FBLA scholarship in Anaheim

Zoe Clark is one of five students nationwide to be selected for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Distinguished Business Leader Scholarship. This scholarship is designed to recognize...

 

Track & Field

The Undeberg Invitational track meet on April 29 saw the Titan boys take third place and the girls 23rd. Boys 1. Kittitas 94 2. NW Christian (Colb.) 79 3. Odessa-Harrington 70 4. Kettle Falls 52.5 5. Royal 43 6. Reardan 42 7. Colfax 41 8. Riverside...

 

Tennis

The Odessa-Harrington girls’ tennis team won the state academic state championship for 1B schools awarded by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. The team is coached by Rachel Roberts and includes girls from both...

 

Baseball

In Saturday’s baseball game between Odessa-Harrington and Northport, the Titans took both ends of the doubleheader. Game one was a complete game no-hitter for O-H pitcher Chance Messer, who struck...

 

Tennis

Odessa-Harrington played Wilbur-Creston in Harrington on April 18. Danielle Tebow continued to show good form and strength, getting the only Titan win of the day. In girls’ singles, Dani Tebow of Odessa defeated Tori Debord 6-1, 6-1 and Leah...

 

Golf

The Deer Park match was cold and rainy, said head golf coach Mike Greenwood. “Those who could block out the poor weather did well.” Justin Baker was the low Titan scorer with a 91, followed closely by John Tanke with 92. Low for the girls was...

 

Baseball

ACH Dalton Kentner of ACH pitched a one-run complete game with nine strikeouts as Almira/Coulee-Hartline defeated Odessa-Harrington in game one of a doubleheader on April 18. Chance Messer pitched...

 

Area EWU students on Dean's List

The Dean’s List for the winter 2017 quarter (which ended March 24) at Eastern Washington University is released after every fall, winter and spring quarter. An undergraduate student who earns 12 quality hours and receives a GPA of 3.5 or better is...

 

FFA plant sale continues Saturday of Spring Fling

Odessa FFA members and ag shop students have been working tirelessly in the greenhouse this year. They started back in December, picking out the plant plugs and seeds to be ordered. In February the first plugs started arriving in the mail. As the...

 

Track & Field

The Quincy Invitational was held Saturday, April 22, at Quincy High School, with 16 teams participating. Competing only against one other 1B team (ACH), the Titans aquitted themselves well, with the boys  grabbing seventh place and the girls 17th....

 

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...

 

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