Tuesday, April 21, 2015
  • WAUSEON — Ottawa-Glandorf bounced back from a tough Western Buckeye League loss on Friday to sweep Wauseon in a non-league doubleheader. 
  • LEIPSIC — Saturday's afternoon baseball doubleheader involving Jefferson at Leipsic saw typical Ohio spring weather all rolled into one. 
  • GLANDORF — Ottawa-Glandorf was limited to three hits Saturday afternoon, but took advantage of six Bluffton errors to record a 6-2 non-league win. 
  • MILLER CITY — Miller City banged out 12 hits Friday afternoon as the Wildcats defeated Leipsic 9-0 in Putnam County League action. 
  • MILLER CITY — Hits were at a minimum Friday afternoon as Miller City and Columbus Grove hooked up in Putnam County League baseball action. 
  • OTTAWA — The last nine years Ottawa-Glandorf has finished second to Liberty-Benton at their own Gold Medal Meet.

  • MILLER CITY — When playing at home Miller City wants a quick defensive half inning that hopefully will lead to an offensive output in the bottom of the inning. 
  • GLANDORF — Ottawa-Glandorf received another strong pitching performance Thursday as the Titans rolled by Liberty-Benton 6-2 in non-league action. 
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Allen East scored 12 times in their final four at-bats Thursday to claim a 12-1 Northwest Conference win from Columbus Grove.

  • OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf's tennis team won both doubles matches Thursday as the Titans defeated Bluffton in non-league action. 
  • MCCOMB — Leipsic scored four times in the first inning as the Vikings defeated McComb 4-0 in Blanchard Valley Conference action.

  • MCCOMB — Leipsic was held to two hits Wednesday evening in dropping a 2-0 Blanchard Valley Conference decision to McComb. 
  • DELPHOS — There’s a saying in baseball: It ain’t over till the fat lady sings.  The lady starting warming up her vocal cords as the Jays jumped out to a 9-0 after 2 innings.  The Musketeers shoved her back on the bus with a valiant comeback before falling 14-10 in non-league action at Stadium Park.

  • GLANDORF — Ottawa-Glandorf's Ryan Maas and Van Wert's Brant Henry hooked up in an old-fashioned pitchers dual Tuesday afternoon in Western Buckeye League action. 
  • VAN WERT — Ottawa-Glandorf jumped out to an early lead Tuesday evening as the Titans defeated Van Wert in Western Buckeye League action. 

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