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Football Playing in Odessa last Friday evening, the OHS Tiger football team had senior quarterback Colton Hunt back in action, leading the Tigers to their second lop-sided victory of the season over Touchet by a score of 64-14. Hunt completed five of...

 

Tiger sports

Football In its first game of the season on September 1, the Odessa Tigers football team traveled to Inchelium where they defeated the home team by a score of 80-6. No stats were available for this game. The game against Garfield-Palouse, scheduled...

 

OH Volleyball vs Lions & Bronco Invitational

The girls volleyball team won their away conference match against the Columbia Lions of Hunters September 6 by a final score of 3-0. Early on in the match the Tigers dominated the Lions, never giving...

 

Tiger girls take three of four at Gorilla Classic

The girls volleyball team traveled to Davenport Saturday to compete in the Gorilla Classic Volleyball Tournament, a neutral tournament with Almira-Coulee/Hartline, Davenport, Yakama Nation Tribal School and Medical Lake participating. In the first...

 

E. Larson of OHS research lab has work published

On August 10, 2017, Odessa High School researcher Elizabeth Larson and mentor Jeffery Wehr from the Advanced STEM Research Laboratory had their medicine and health research published online in The...

 

Walter completes WSU ag course

HaLee Walter, agriscience educator at Odessa High School recently attended an eight-day professional development institute at Washington State University to teach the Introduction to Agriculture,...

 
 By Terri King    School    June 29, 2017

FBLA gives $10,000 to municipal pool

Odessa High School FBLA members observed first hand how winning the Lead2Feed Challenge for the third year in a row impacts the Odessa Community. Members celebrated their second-place award for the...

 

Second semester honor roll for OHS, junior high

To be named to the second-semester honor roll for Odessa junior-senior high school, a student must have a grade point average of 3.50-4.00. To receive honorable mention requires a grade point average of 3.25-3.49. Grade values are based on the state...

 

Valedictorian speech

Good morning students, families, staff, alumni and community members. Welcome to the Odessa High School 2017 graduation ceremony. Well guys, we did it! Class of 2017, we’ve made it to graduation day. Years of CSTs, math timings, standardized testin...

 
 By Molly Schafer    School    June 15, 2017

Salutatorian speech

Good Morning! Welcome to the graduation ceremony for the class of 2017! We are so grateful that you all took the time to celebrate this milestone with us. Without all of you sitting here today, we would not be here. Our parents formed who we are...

 

Preschool, Kindergarten pre-registration is now

Preschool and Kindergarten pre-registration for students new to the Odessa School District for the 2017-2018 school year has begun. Parents/guardians are welcome to stop by the elementary school office anytime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. to pick up a...

 

Track & Field

The state 1B/2B/1A track and field meet was held last Friday and Saturday, May 26/27 at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, with the Odessa-Harrington boys placing third as a team and gathering...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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