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By Terrie Schmidt-Crosby
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Weather hinders district championships

Odessa Track & Field


Last updated 5/13/2021 at 8:51am

Stan Dammel

Pilot Weishaar placed second in the pole vault in blustery conditions that stymied his attempts to set a new school record. However, he did nail 13'6" earlier in the season to put him in second place behind Brian Neale (13'7") in the OHS record book.

ODESSA – The weather in Ritzville was certainly a factor at Saturday's District 7 & 9 track and field championships for eastern Washington 1B schools. Schools participating were Columbia (Hunters), Curlew, DeSales, Garfield-Palouse, Harrington, Inchelium, Mary Walker (Springdale), Oakesdale, Odessa, Pomeroy, Prescott, Republic, Selkirk (Ione), St. John-Endicott-Lacrosse, Tekoa-Rosalia, Valley Christian (Spokane), Wellpinit, Wilbur-Creston and Yakama Nation Tribal.

"Even though the weather was not very good, with 30 to 40 mph winds, the kids came out and competed very well," said head...

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