Friday, February 24, 2017
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  • FORT JENNINGS — Leipsic took a first quarter lead and was able to hold it in a 56-48 Putnam County league win over Fort Jennings Friday night.
  • OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf used a second quarter run to break open a close game Friday evening on their way to a 71-52 Western Buckeye League win over St. Marys at the Robert J. Hermiller Gymnasium.
  • CANTON — Ottawa-Galndorf senior Briana Fenbert had the best finish of the three events the Titans were competing in Friday evening at the Division II state swim meet at Canton's C. T. Branin Natatorium.

  • LIMA — Seven wrestlers from Ottawa-Glandorf and four from Columbus Grove have advanced to the semi-final round of the Division III sectional tournament at Lima Central Catholic.
  • CONTINENTAL — Pandora-Gilboa used a first half scoring advantage Thursday evening to defeat Continental 49-40 and win the Putnam County League title ourtight.
  • CANTON — Ottawa-Glandorf's swim team will be competing in three events Friday as the Division II state meet concludes at the C. T. Branin Natatorium in Canton.
  • BLUFFTON — Pandora-Gilboa staged a late fourth quarter rally Wednesday evening to tie their Division IV sectional semi-final with North Baltimore.
  • PAULDING — The Road to Columbus.
  • PUTNAM COUNTY — The second season for girls basketball teams in Putnam County begins tonight (Tuesday) with one game on the schedule.
  • PANDORA — Pandora-Gilboa used a big fourth quarter Saturday night to defeat Fort Jennings 56-44 in Putnam County League action and claim a share of the league title.
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Being in two basketball conferences makes nearly every game a must.
  • WAPAKONETA - Ottawa-Glandorf went into Saturday's Western Buckeye League game with Wapakoneta with a share of the league title.
  • BOWLING GREEN — Ottawa-Glandorf seniors Ben Sealts and Briana Fenbert will close out their high school careers this next week at the Division II state swimming tournament in Canton.
  • ELIDA — Ottawa-Glandorf jumped out to a quick lead Friday evening in defeating Elida 45-34 in Western Buckeye League action at the Elida Fieldhouse.
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Bluffton’s game plan was to limit Columbus Grove’s big three, Paige Bellman, Jade Clement and Macy McCluer, scoring and make other girls pick up the load. It didn’t take long for the Pirates game plan to go down the drain.

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