AYERSVILLE — Leipsic played well on both ends of the court Thursday evening to defeat Hilltop 77-26 in the opening game of the Ayersville Holiday Tournament.

The Vikings (7-1) advance to the championship game on Friday against Ayersville, who defeated Continental in the second semi-final Thursday night. The championship game will be the first game played tomorrow.

Leipsic came out firing as they outscored Hilltop 46-16 in the opening game. The Vikings had a 24-9 lead after the opening quarter before adding a 22-7 scoring run in the second quarter. Hilltop never reached double digits in a quarter as they were held to 10 points in the second half.

Defensively the Vikings played well holding the Cadets to 20 percent shooting and forcing 32 turnovers in the game. Leipsic hit 61 percent from the field (33-of-54) and scored 54 points in the paint.

Heather Lammers paced four Vikings in double digits with 16 points. Kierra Meyer added 12 points, Peyton Henry had 11 and Claire Rigel 10 points. Meyer came up seven steals in the win, while Henry had five assists and Stevie Brooks pulled down five rebounds.

Morgyn Siegel led the Cadets with eight points and five rebounds.

Ottawa-Glandorf 47

Columbus Grove 19

OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf turned up the defensive pressure after the first quarter Thursday evening on their way to a 47-19 non-league win over Columbus Grove.

The Titans had a slight 11-10 lead after the opening quarter before outscoring the Bulldogs 15-2 in the second quarter for a 26-12 halftime lead. After giving up 10 points in the opening quarter, O-G allowed Grove only nine points the rest of the game.

Kadie Hempfling led the Titans with 12 points and Ashley Schroeder added 10 points.

Lauren Schroeder had seven points to lead the Bulldogs and Carlee McCluer chipped in with six points.

O-G won a close junior varsity game 39-37.

Ottoville 48

Arlington 33

ARLINGTON — Ottoville's girls basketball remained undefeated on the season with a 48-33 non-league win over Arlington Thursday night.

Bridget Landin had a double-double for the Big Green with 24 points and 11 rebounds along with five steals. No other details of the game were available.