OTTOVILLE -Pandora-Gilboa jumped out to an early lead and never let up in handing Ottoville an 11-3 setback in Putnam County League action.
The Rockets (3-2, 4-12) scored three times in the first inning, then after the Big Green scored twice in the bottom of the first, P-G came back with two runs in the second inning. The Rockets added runs to their lead in each of their final four at-bats.
Megan Maag (4-9) picked up the win for P-G as she allowed three runs on three hits with a strikeout.
Maag went 3 for 4 at the plat with four RBI and Hunter Hermiller was 3 for 5 with three RBI. Danielle Basinger, Shana Hovest and Shea Watkins all had two hits for the Rockets.
Kenzie Martin took the loss for the Big Green as she allowed 11 runs, eight earned, on 15 hits with four strikeouts and three walks.
Paige Lucas, Megan Risner and Alena Horstman all had a hit for Ottoville.
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Pandora-Gilboa 320 111 3 - 11 15
Ottoville 200 001 0 - 3 3
WP-Maag (4-9). LP-Martin.
GLANDORF - Ottawa-Glandorf survived a late Shawnee rally Thursday evening to record an 8-6 Western Buckeye League win.
O-G (5-4, 12-4) had a 7-1 lead going to the sixth when the Indians scored five times. O-G came back with a run in the bottom of the sixth to break Shawnee's momentum. O-G widen their lead with a four run fourth inning.
Megan Kitchen (9-4) picked up the win for the Titans as she allowed six runs on eight hits with five strikeouts and a walk.
Kitchen had a single and triple at the plate, while Tasha Cass had a double and single and Steohanie Hempfling two singles.
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Shawnee 100 005 0 - 6 8
Ottawa-Glandorf 201 401 x - 8 12
WP-Kitchen (9-4). LP-Shick.
Van Buren 6
LEIPSIC - Van Buren scored single runs in three straight innings to help themselves to a 6-3 Blanchard Valley Conference win over Leipsic.
The Black Knights (8-0, 12-8) were leading 3-1 after three innings before scoring single runs in the next three innings. Leipsic (0-7, 2-13) scored twice in the sixth inning.
Brooke Kreinbrink took the loss for Leipsic.
Kendra Gerten and Emily Ellerbrock both had a double for the Vikings.
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Van Buren 003 111 0 - 6 14 0
WP-Miller (12-6). LP-Kreinbrink.
Miller City 10
MILLER CITY - Miller City overcame an early two run deficit Thursday to defeat Holgate 10-2 in non-league action.
The Tigers took a 2-0 lead in the second inning before the Wildcats (4-9) scored twice in the third inning. The Wildcats grabbed the lead with a two run fourth inning.
Kylee Ricker (2-4) picked up the win for Miller City as she allowed two runs on nine hits with three strikeouts and two walks.
Liz Schimmoeller had two singles in the game and three RBI, while Morgan Inkrott had two singles and two RBI. Jessica Vennekotter had two singles and two RBI, while Alissa Schnipke had a single, double and RBI. Ricker had a double and RBI.
Paige Howe took the loss for the Tigers as she allowed 10 runs on 11 hits with four strikeouts and five walks. Jillian Clady had two singles and Paige Howe had two singles and an RBI.
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Holgate 020 000 0 - 2 9 3
Miller City 002 215 x - 10 11 1
WP-Ricker (2-4). LP-Howe.
Leipsic 100 002 0 - 3 6 1