GLANDORF - Ottawa-Glandorf's Megan Siefker was all the offense the girls soccer team needed Tuesday night as they hosted Kenton in Western Buckeye League action.
Siefker scored seven goals as the Lady Titans pounded the Kenton net for 15 goals in a 15-0 O-G win.
The seven goals in a game for Siefker ties the O-G mark for a single game held by her coaches Allison (Sanders) Schroeder and Jackie (Inkrott) Boo.
Siefker scored four straight goals in the opening half for the Titans before scoring three times in the second half. Siefker also assisted on a goal for the Titans.
Michelle Maag had two goals and three assists for the Titans, while Katie Fuetter had a goal and assist. Elissa Ellerbrock, Grace Warnecke, Paige Klass, Erin Basinger and Ashley Siefker all scored a goal.
Courtney Maag, Danielle Schroeder and Michelle Sdao all had an assist for O-G.
The Titans had a 40-0 edge in shots on goal for the contest. Cassie Schroeder recorded the shutout in goal for O-G, while Jessica Boone had 23 saves for Kenton.
O-G won a junior varsity contest over Coldwater 3-0.

Continental 8
Miller City 0

MILLER CITY - Continental scored five times in the first half Tuesday as the Pirates topped Miller City in Putnam County League action.
Paige Ordway scored four goals for the Pirates and had an assist. McKenna Scott had two goals, while Taylor Niese had a goal and assist. Sloane Zachrich added a goal to the Pirate totals.
Continental outshot the Wildcats 29-5 for the contest as Emma Recker and Ashley Mansfield both had two saves for the Prates. Amanda Simon had 14 saves for the Wildcats.