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  • 28 locals qualify for state track

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 23, 2024

    RITZVILLE - Lincoln County schools now know which of their athletes are heading to Yakima to compete in the WIAA State Championship Meet this weekend. 28 local athletes have punched their tickets to the May 23-25 meet at Eisenhower High School after the District 7 2B and District 7/9 1B Regional Championships concluded Saturday, May 18. Some athletes and teams have the best marks in certain events heading into state. Davenport sophomore Glenna Soliday has the fastest time in...

  • Youth Soccer holds tournament

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 23, 2024

    HARRINGTON - The Lincoln County Youth Soccer league, which is in its second season, held its annual tournament while the local Car Show was ongoing Saturday, May 18. Odessa was well represented amongst the victors. The future Tigers beat Davenport 1-0 in the 2nd/3rd grade championship, beat Ritzville in penalty kicks in the 4th/5th grade championship and smoked Davenport 11-0 in the 6th-8th grade championship. Ritzville topped Reardan 3-2 in the kindergarten/1st grade...

  • Deife takes second at 1B/2B State Golf

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 23, 2024

    TUMWATER - Odessa senior Melloney Deife topped her 2023 third place finish at the WIAA State Golf 1B/2B Tournament with a second-place finish in the 2024 iteration Wednesday, May 22. Deife's finish is Odessa's best since Kira Powell won the state championship in 2012. The senior entered Wednesday's final round tied for second place, one shot off the lead, after shooting an 88 in the first round Tuesday, May 21. She matched that total by shooting another 88 Wednesday. Deife...

  • Tigers tamed in District tournament

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 16, 2024

    RITZVILLE - For the first two innings, it seemed like a bit of small ball on offense and some solid defense behind Bo Walter might allow the Odessa baseball team to fight for an upset against the favored DeSales Irish. But a nightmarish third inning for the Tigers unraveled the game, leading to a 17-1 route by the eventually state-bound Irish in the District 7/9 1B Tournament Saturday, May 11. The loss ended Odessa's season in the District tournament for the second straight...

  • Davenport softball bounced at Districts

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 16, 2024

    SPOKANE - The Davenport softball team was quickly eliminated with two losses at the District 7 2B Tournament played at Merkel Sports Complex Tuesday, May 14. The seventh-seeded Gorillas dropped a quarterfinal game to second-seeded Northwest Christian 16-1 to open the Tournament. That loss forced Davenport into a loser-out matchup with Kettle Falls later Tuesday, which the Bulldogs pulled off 7-2 to end the Gorillas' season. Davenport finished the season 6-16 overall. "The...

  • Tracksters begin Regional competition

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 16, 2024

    RITZVILLE - Some athletes have already qualified for the WIAA State Championship meet, while others advanced out of preliminary heats into Saturday's finals during the first of two days of District 7/9 1B and District 7 2B Regional action Wednesday, May 15. All field competitions and some running events held Wednesday were finals to determine state qualifiers, while other running events were preliminary heats to qualify for final heats on Saturday. At the 2B level, where...

  • Five Tigers, two Gorillas qualify for state golf

    The Record-Times|Updated May 16, 2024

    ASOTIN - Five Odessa golfers and two Davenport linksmen are headed to Tumwater for the WIAA State Golf Tournament after qualifying at Districts Wednesday, May 8. The Odessa boys also took home a District title in their efforts. A senior-laden squad of Tigers is Tumwater-bound. Chad Strebeck, Jacob Scrupps, Jared Valverde and Melloney Deife all qualified for state, while junior Levi Hardung rounds out the Odessa bunch. Deife finished third at Districts, shooting a 178 between...

  • 'Big John' is Whitworth-bound

    Updated May 9, 2024

    Reardan senior Jonathan Holdway has verbally committed to play football at Whitworth University in Spokane next fall. "I chose Whitworth because I can play football, study engineering and stay close to home," Holdway said. "The coaches at Whitworth are top-notch and I liked the school's vibe." Holdway will play on the offensive line. "I'm happy with my decision and I think my future is bright," he said....

  • Schillinger to wrestle for Wazzu

    Updated May 9, 2024

    Davenport senior Brody Schillinger will wrestle for Washington State University's Division III wrestling program next season. Schillinger will join DHS grad Cody Jenkins on the team. He said familiarity with the Cougar coaching staff and relationships formed when the Cougars stayed at DHS multiple years in a row in advance of Spokane tournament play helped lead to his decision. The senior finished in fifth place for 185-pounders at the state Mat Classic in Tacoma in February,...

  • Jacobsen signs with EOU

    Updated May 9, 2024

    Another Davenport High School graduate is joining the Eastern Oregon University track and field team. Senior Jensyn Jacobsen signed her letter of intent to throw javelin for the Mountaineers last week. Jacobsen is the fourth DHS graduate to compete for the Mountaineers in the last few years. Her sister, Lainy, is in her senior season for EOU, while grads Winston Telford and Evan Gunning are also on the roster. "College sports has always been in the back of my mind," Jacobsen...

  • Schuh signs with SFCC

    Updated May 9, 2024

    Odessa senior Hayden Schuh is heading to Spokane Falls Community College to run track and field next school year. She said she looks forward to staying close to home and potentially transferring to Washington State University or the University of Idaho after receiving her 2-year degree. Schuh plans to study architecture while completing her general requirements. The Tiger senior is the defending state 1B champion in 100-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and javelin and will...

  • Postseason on tap for diamond teams

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 9, 2024

    ODESSA - The spring sports postseason has arrived, and that means District Tournament action for local baseball and softball teams. Two area teams are still in the mix: Odessa baseball and Davenport softball. The Tigers have consistently sported the best team in the county this season and finished third in the District 7 following 26-1 and 20-5 wins at Selkirk Thursday, May 2. Odessa now heads to the District 7/9 1B Tournament in Ritzville Saturday, May 11. The Tigers take on...

  • Reardan tennis battles at 2B Districts

    The Record-Times|Updated May 9, 2024

    CHEWELAH — The Reardan tennis team doesn’t have any players in district championship matches in the District 7 2B Tournament, but several athletes have a chance to work through the consolation bracket to try and advance to regionals. Competition began Tuesday, May 7, where Hailey Fry advanced to the girls singles semifinals with wins over an unnamed St. George’s player and Emily Howder of Chewelah. Complete match results weren’t available by press time. Fry lost to Chewelah’s Avi Sahota in the semifinals and will play teammat...

  • Golfers compete at sub-districts

    The Record-Times|Updated May 9, 2024

    DEER PARK — The Davenport golfers began postseason play with subdistricts Thursday, May 2. Six golfers competed for the Gorillas, with two making the cut for district play, which wrapped up after press time Wednesday, May 8. Maddox Schumacher shot a 79 at sub-districts and entered Wednesday’s district round in sixth place, with the top 17 finishers qualifying for state. Top 17 finishers are determined by combining sub-district and district scores. Mac Larmer shot an 86 at sub-districts and entered districts in 16th pla...

  • Area Sports Docket

    Updated May 9, 2024

    Varsity games, meets and matches the week of May 10-16 for Davenport, Odessa, Reardan and Lind-Ritzville/Sprague/Washtucna/Harrington. Friday, May 10 • Davenport golf at Harrington @ 2 p.m. Saturday, May 11 • Reardan-Davenport and LRS tennis at Districts at Whitworth @ 10 a.m. • Odessa baseball vs. DeSales at District 7/9 1B Tournament in Ritzville @ 1 p.m. • Odessa baseball vs. Sunnyside Christian, Pomeroy or Wellpinit at District 7/9 1B Tournament in Ritzville @ 4 p.m. if necessary Tuesday, May 14 • Davenport, Odessa an...

  • Odessa girls second at team championships

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 2, 2024

    SPOKANE VALLEY—The Odessa girls track and field team put up a 133-point effort at the District 7 1B Championships Tuesday, April 30. That was good for second place, as host Valley Christian dominated the competition with 185.5 points. Odessa’s boys finished in fifth place with 43 points. Valley Christian’s boys also won with 183.5 points. The Tiger athletes are beginning to prep for the postseason, with District 7/9 1B Regionals coming up in Ritzville Wednesday, May 15 and S...

  • Davenport girls win league championship

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 2, 2024

    COLFAX - COLFAX—The Davenport girls finished the league season with a team win at the NE2B Team Championship meet Tuesday, April 30. The Gorilla girls finished with 159 points, well ahead of second-place Northwest Christian (112 points). Reardan’s girls had 40 points to finish in seventh place, with 10 teams participating. The Reardan boys had 95 points, good for second place behind first-place St. George’s (109 points). Davenport’s boys finished in fourth place with 71 poin...

  • Diamond teams prep for postseason

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated May 2, 2024

    ODESSA - Despite two 20-1 and 16-6 losses to undefeated Northport last weekend, the 11-7 Tigers were ranked No. 12 in 1B baseball RPI rankings at press time as the regular season winds down. Odessa's baseball boys are the most likely area team to qualify for the state tournament. To do so, the Tigers must finish in the top 4 in District 7 and advance to the District 7/9 Tournament, which begins Tuesday, May 7 and concludes Saturday, May 11. The top five finishers at Districts...

  • Davenport golf concludes regular season

    The Record-Times|Updated May 2, 2024

    HARRINGTON - The Davenport golfers wrapped up their regular season with a 9-hole match in Ritzville Thursday, April 25. Maddox Schumacher led the way, shooting a 38. Mac Larmer shot a 48, Daxton Sewall shot 54 and Alan Eldridge shot 64. Donovan Jackson shot 69, Daniel Siegert-Collins shot 53, Nathan Choate shot 62 and Jacob James shot 59. Shelby Hargrave shot 64 and Fiona Strozyk shot 62 for the girls. Two days prior, four golfers shot 18 holes at Latah Creek. Scores were...

  • Screaming Eagle tennis battles LRS

    The Record-Times|Updated May 2, 2024

    REARDAN - The Screaming Eagle tennis team took to their new courts at the school for a matchup with the Lind-Ritzville/Sprague Broncos Tuesday, April 30. Elsa Wescer defeated Noah Dockery 6-0, 6-0, while Hailey Fry topped Danika Cox 6-2, 6-0. Those were the two victories Reardan managed against the visiting Broncos. EJ Preuschoff put up a fight against Jeffrey Christianson, but ultimately fell 6-6. 4-6, 6-1, 12-14. And Dominic Board fell to Drake Gloyn 6-2, 6-3. In doubles...

  • Sports Docket

    Updated May 2, 2024

    Varsity games, meets and matches the week of May 3-9 for Davenport, Odessa, Reardan and Lind-Ritzville/Sprague/Washtucna/Harrington. All games are subject to postponement or cancellation. Friday, May 3 • Davenport vs. LRS softball at Davenport @ 2 p.m. • Reardan softball at Northwest Christian @ 2:30 p.m. • LRS tennis at Kettle Falls @ 3 p.m. • Davenport and Odessa track at Vanderholm Invite in Royal City @ 3:30 p.m. • Reardan track at Chewelah Co-Ed Relays @ 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 7 • Reardan-Davenport and LRS tennis at D...

  • Davenport and Reardan track victorious

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated Apr 25, 2024

    DAVENPORT-Just four schools were at the final regular season Northeast 1B/2B meet hosted by Reardan, but held here Tuesday, April 23. That allowed both the Gorillas and Screaming Eagles to pile on some points, as both the boys and girls teams for each school finished first and second over their Selkirk and Wilbur-Creston-Keller opponents. On the boys side, Reardan won with 101 points, while Davenport was second with 70 points. The opposite result happened for the girls, with D...

  • Odessa baseball wins 3 of 4

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated Apr 25, 2024

    ODESSA - The Tiger baseball team continued to put together a winning season this week, coming out victorious in three of the four games played over the last week. Odessa swept Waterville-Mansfield 18-16 and 13-8 Saturday, April 20 and split a doubleheader with Curlew 12-19 and 11-7 Tuesday, April 23. The week's results mean Odessa is 11-5 this season. The Tigers were ranked No. 10 in the state RPI rankings at press time. Odessa has won five of its last six games after losing t...

  • Davenport and Reardan softball split doubleheader

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated Apr 25, 2024

    REARDAN - Both the Gorilla and Screaming Eagle offenses were not lacking for run production in a high-scoring doubleheader that netted each team a win last week. Davenport won the first game 18-16, then Reardan took the second game 23-20 Friday, April 19. In the first game, Davenport poured in six runs in the top of the second inning to take a big lead. A 2-run inside-the-park homer from Kaylynne Clouse was part of a 4-run Reardan half of the inning to cut into the lead, but...

  • Reardan baseball sweeps Davenport

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated Apr 25, 2024

    REARDAN - The Screaming Eagles rode the strong pitching of Tate Nelson, Jacob Bodeau and Tyson Finch to earn a doubleheader sweep of rival Davenport 2-1 and 4-2 Friday, April 19. In the first game, Nelson and Bodeau dueled Davenport's Beau Copenhaver in a matchup of strong pitching and little offense. Reardan got a run in the bottom of the first inning when Nelson scored on a wild pitch after a leadoff triple to take a 1-0 lead. Nelson pitched the first two innings, then...

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