KALIDA — Kalida had both facets of their game working in hand Friday night.

Not only were the Wildcats playing well offensively, but also had the defense playing just as well. With both facets of the game working well, Kalida rolled to a 59-25 Putnam County League win over Miller City.

With the win, Kalida moved to 6-0 in the PCL, 13-5 overall, as they clinched at-least a share of the PCL title. It will be the Wildcats first league title since the 2015-16 season. Kalida can clinch the PCL title outright next Friday with a win at Continental. Miller City dropped to 4-2 in the PCL and 9-9 on the season.

Defensively, the home Wildcats played well all night holding Miller City to single digit scoring in every quarter. Offensively Kalida hit 56 percent from the field (23-41) and hit 55 percent of their three-pointers (10-18).

Kalida had a 16-5 lead after one quarter and were up 29-12 at halftime.

Luke Erhart led three Kalida players in double digits with 17 points, as he hit four three-pointers. Trevor Lambert added 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Owen Recker had 12 points.

Nick Gable had seven points for Miller City. Jon Burgei and Chase Kuhlman both grabbed three rebounds for the Wildcats, who were 9-of-37 shooting in the game.

Ottawa-Glandorf 72

Kenton 43

KENTON — Ottawa-Glandorf nearly doubled up Kenton in the first half Friday night as they cruised to a 72-43 Western Buckeye League win.

The win moves the Titans to 7-0 in the WBL and 15-2 overall, while the Wildcats are 1-6 in the league and 11-6 overall. Shawnee remained a game back of the Titans in the league standings with a close win.

The Titans had a 17-11 lead on the Wildcats after the first quarter and were up 37-19 at the half. A strong third quarter helped O-G continue to pull away from the Wildcats.

Owen Hiegel led three Titans in double digits with 19 points. Brennan Blevins added 15 points and Ben Westrick added 10 points.

Jayden Cornell paced the Wildcats with 11 points and Jaron Sharp finished with 10 points.

Ottawa-Glandorf's junior varsity team remained undefeated on the season with a big win.

Leipsic 63

Hopewell-Loudon 57

LEIPSIC — Leipsic was strong in the middle two quarters Friday night on their way to a 63-57 Blanchard Valley Conference win over Hopewell-Loudon.

The Chieftains had a 24-17 lead after the first quarter before the Vikings turned the game around in the third quarter with a 17-5 scoring run for a 34-29 halftime lead. Leipsic added to its lead in the third quarter with an 11-8 scoring advantage before Hopewell-Loudon outscored them 20-18 in the fourth quarter.

Dylan Schroeder paced the Vikings (6-3, 8-9) with 21 points and he grabbed nine rebounds. Tyler Hiegel hit four three-pointers as he finished with 18 points.

Jordyn Jury paced the Chieftains (5-4, 11-7) with 21 points and seven rebounds. Kyle Rumschlag added 13 points to the Hopewell-Loudon totals.

Leipsic won the junior varsity game 37-32.

Ottoville 61

Continental 34

OTTOVILLE — Ottoville placed three players in double digits Friday night as they defeated Continental 61-34 in Putnam County League action.

Drew Fisher led the Big Green with 15 points, while William Miller added 13 points and Josh Thorbahn added 12 points.

Ottoville (4-2, 15-4) had a 28-20 halftime lead before outscoring the Pirates 33-14 in the second half.

Fisher and Grant Kortokrax both pulled down seven rebounds for the Big Green.

Mitchell Coleman paced the Pirates (1-4, 2-16) with 18 points and Gavin Huff added eight points.

Pandora-Gilboa 55

Liberty-Benton 51

FINDLAY — Pandora-Gilboa picked up a Blanchard Valley Conference win Friday night with a 55-51 win over Liberty-Benton.

Rocket senior Jared Breece went over the 1,000 point mark Friday night as he paced P-G with 21 points. Breece needed 16 points going into the game to reach the 1,000 point mark. Riley Larcom added 18 points to the Rocket win.