The Odessa Record -

Golf, tennis, baseball and the post-season outlook

 


Golf

No golf results have been provided to The Record for several weeks. A web search for the schools attending the state tournament at Columbia Point Golf Course in Richland on May 27-28 turned up no Odessa-Harrington names, apparently the season has ended for the golf team.

Tennis

Three members of the O-H girls’ tennis team made it to the second day of District 7 competition. The doubles team of Zoe Clark and Dani Tebow placed sixth in the district, not high enough to give them a berth in the state tournament. But Katie DeWulf placed fourth in girls singles and will advance to the combined 1B/2B/1A state tournament this weekend at the Yakima Tennis Center Outdoor Clubhouse. Her first game will be played Friday against Jasmine Nesbitt of King’s Way Christian High School. Other competitors in the singles competition are from Pateros, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, Forest Ridge, Zillah, St. Georges (Spokane), Cascade, Tenino, Granger, Charles Wright, Connell, LaSalle and Colville.

Baseball

On May 12 in Davenport, the Titan baseball team lost to Riverside Christian by a score of 9 to 2. In the loser-out games against Pomeroy, the Titans lost again, although an Internet search for the final score turned up no results. The team ended its season with more wins than losses.

 

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