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HS boys basketball

Wilbur-Creston Last Tuesday, December 5, the high-school boys basketball team played a non-league contest at home against Wilbur-Creston, currently playing as a 2B school. With most of the team having...

 

HS girls basketball

Wilbur-Creston On December 5, the Tiger high-school girls played W-C in Odessa, defeating the Wildcats by 10 points. Odessa 15 10 14 7     46 Wilbur-Creston 10 5 6 15...

 

JH girls basketball

The two most recent basketball games for the juniork-high girls were played against Wilbur-Creston on December 7 and against Reardan on December 11. The varsity squad won both of its games, defeating W-C by a score of 34-6 and Reardan by a score of...

 

Schorzman takes sixth in state tractor driving

Back on November 16, Kaedin Schorzman did an outstanding job at the Washington State FFA tractor driving competition in Moses Lake. He placed sixth out of 97 contestants, scoring 289 out of 300...

 

Tiger football

In our wrap up of the football season last week, we neglected to mention that the Tiger boys received the third-place trophy in the state 1B football tournament. Lummi, the other team eliminated in...

 

JH girls basketball

The junior-high girls have been having a great season so far, and Monday afternoon was no exception. The junior varsity won their game handily by a score of 31 to 16. The varsity game was much...

 

Tiger football

The Tiger football team lost to Sunnyside Christian Saturday at Edgar Brown Stadium, Pasco, in one of two semi-final games played this weekend. Almira-Coulee Hartline won its game against Lummi and wi...

 

Science students visit LIGO observatory

On November 15, a scientific crew of 30 headed to the Tri-Cities to visit the recently awarded Nobel Prize facility called LIGO. As you may or may not know, the local Laser Interferometer...

 

Tiger football

The Tiger football team handily defeated the Garfield-Palouse Vikings last Friday in a quarter-final game played in Royal City. Gar-Pal 8 6 0 0     14 Odessa 16 8 28 8     60 Quarterback Camden Weber completed eight out...

 

Megan Shafer selected WA Aerospace Scholar

A few weeks ago, Odessa High School Junior Megan Shafer submitted an application to become one of Washington state's Aerospace Scholars and on November 25, 2017 Megan found out she was selected....

 

Odessa students compete in area academic contest

This past Wednesday, November 15, Odessa students ranging from third through eighth grades competed in Ritzville against eight other Bi-County schools for the 2017 Bi-County Academic Contest in the...

 

Grant helps OHS science students

Last month, a gentlemen named Jerry Dyar from The Rural Alliance organization approached the Odessa High School Science Department and offered our laboratory the opportunity to be a part of a new...

 

Tiger volleyball-Tigers take fourth place at state 1B tournament

At the Yakima Sundome on November 9, the Tiger volleyball team played two state matches. They were among the teams that got started at 8 a.m. that morning. Against Three Rivers Christian of Kelso, the Tigers dropped the first game, then warmed up...

 

OHS wins STEM challenge

On November 6, five schools from eight different towns across the Bi-County joined Odessa for the eighth Annual Bi-County STEM Challenge. Odessa, Wilbur, Lind, Sprague, Ritzville, Creston and Harrington showed up at Harrington High School at 9 a.m....

 

All aboard the elementary Polar Express December 4

The P.C. Jantz Elementary School will again be hosting a Family Holiday Reading and Math event for students in elementary grades. The theme is Polar Express. The event will begin on December 4 at 6:30 p.m. Parents and children are to check in at the...

 

Tiger football

The Tiger football team was to play Selkirk last Friday in Odessa, but the game was forfeited by Selkirk due to injuries and illness. The win thus goes to Odessa, which moves on face Garfield-Palouse in Royal City this Friday, November 17, in a...

 

Local food drive involves town's youth at all levels

The youth group from Odessa churches has collected just under 2,000 pounds of food and toiletries to help fill the shelves of the local Food Bank, generously donated by the Odessa community. A group...

 

Tiger football

In the crossover game between the north and south portions of the 1B Northeast league, Odessa traveled to Cusick and defeated the Panthers by a score of 60-16. Odessa 8 14 16 22     60 Cusick 0 0 16 0     16 Quarterback...

 

Operation "LEAN On Us" by FBLA is in full swing

Operation LEAN On Us is underway. The goal of this FBLA community service project is to support Odessa senior citizens. The first phase of the project "N" is to cook for Odessa senior citizens who...

 

Tiger volleyball

At Selkirk November 2, the Tiger volleyball team played two district playoff games opposite the Northport Mustangs and the Selkirk Rangers. Odessa defeated Northport, 3-0 to take the match handily. Game 1: 25-11 Odessa Game 2: 25-14 Odessa Game 3:...

 

Tiger sports

Football The Tiger football team defeated the Almira-Coulee-Hartline team, so often their nemesis, to take the league championship crown. The Tigers took a pounding in the first half but must have...

 

Tiger sports

Football The Tigers got another lop-sided win last Friday in Yakima against the Yakama Tribal team. Quarterback Camden Weber, out of action last week due to an injury, was partially back in action, along with Jett Nelson. Weber completed three of six...

 

Tiger sports

Football The Odessa Tiger football team played an away game in Entiat last Friday, October 13, and came away with another win in their undefeated season thus far. Odessa 8 28 8 22     66 Entiat 0 8 6 6     20 Freshman...

 

Tiger sports

Football The Tigers shut out the visiting Pateros Billy Goats by a score of 77-0 Friday night, October 6, at Finney Field. Starting quarterback Camden Weber opened up the scoring on a 49-yard QB keeper to put six points on the board. Gaven Elder...

 

Tiger sports

Football The Tiger football team was scheduled to play Wellpinit Friday, September 29, but not enough officials could be found to handle the Friday night game. The three gentlemen officiating Thursday’s junior-high football game were willing to add...

 

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