KALIDA — Kalida put together a fourth quarter rally, then carried it into overtime Thursday evening.

After the Ladycats forced overtime with a fourth quarter rally, Kalida outscored Ottoville in the extra session for a 43-40 Putnam County League win. The Ldaycats are 3-0 in the PCL and 7-4 overall, while Ottoville is 1-1 in the league and 9-2 overall.

Kalida had a 18-12 lead before the Big Green responded with a 13-5 third quarter scoring advantage for a 25-23 lead. Kalida outscored Ottoville 13-11 in the fourth quarter as the two teams went to overtime tied 36-36. In the four minute overtime period, Kalida outscored their guests 7-4 for the win.

Grace Klausing paced Kalida with 13 points and eight rebounds, while Abby Wurth had 12 points and eight rebounds. Lauren Langhals finished with seven points, four assists and three steals.

Haley Hoersten and Kasey Knippen both had 10 points for the Big Green. Nicole Knippen had nine points and seven rebounds for Ottoville.

Ottoville won the two quarter junior varsity game 28-22.

Ottawa-Glandorf 46

Bath 36

BATH TWP.— Ottawa-Glandorf fended off a upstart Bath squad Thursday evening to claim a 46-36 Western Buckeye League win.

The Titans had a double digit lead in the second quarter only to see the Wildkittens come within a point at halftime. Then after Bath took a one point lead in the third quarter, O-G stormed out to an 11 point advantage at 33-22.

Once again, the Wildkittens rallied as they were within 33-29 of the Titans early in the fourth quarter before O-G took a nine point lead on a three-pointer by senior Erin Kaufman and a Kelsey Erford basket off a steal. A short time later Ashley Schroeder gave O-G another double digit lead with a three-pointer. Once again, Bath fought back coming within five points at 41-36 before the Titans scored the final five points of the game for the win.

Schroeder led the Titans (3-0, 10-1) with 11 points and freshman Erin Kaufman added 10 points. Senior Erin Kaufman and Kasey Ellerbrock both had eight points.

Ruby Bolon had 10 points for Bath (2-1. 5-6) and Chandler Clark added eight points.

Ottawa-Glandorf won the junior varsity contest by 10 points as well, 41-31.

McComb 55

Pandora-Gilboa 37

MCCOMB — McComb used a big second quarter Thursday evening to defeat Pandora-Gilboa 55-37 in Blanchard Valley Conference action.

The Panthers had a 9-8 lead after one quarter before McComb used a 17-4 second quarter scoring run for a 26-12 halftime lead. The Rockets made just one field goal in the second quarter and had two free throws for their four points.

McComb continued to pull away in the third quarter with an 18-10 scoring run.

Lacie Fenstermaker had a double-double for the Rockets with 13 points and 12 rebounds. Becca Luttfring added nine points and grabbed seven rebounds.

Malorie Schroeder paced the Panthers with 15 points and six rebounds and Lauren Grubb had 13 points and seven rebounds. Alyssa Herr and Olivia Miehls both finished with 10 points for McComb.

Arlington 47

Leipsic 20

ARLINGTON — Leipsic had trouble getting the offense going Thursday night as they fell to Arlington 47-20 in Blanchard Valley Conference action.

The Vikings scored just 10 points in each half in falling to the Red Devils.

Arlington jumped out to a 21-5 first quarter lead on their way to the win.

Kylie Sheets led the Red Devils with 12 points and Jenna Pepple added nine points.

Claire Rigel had six points and seven rebounds for the Vikings (8-2). Liz Scheckelhoff grabbed nine rebounds for Leipsic.