MILLER CITY — Leipsic didn't feel like sharing the Putnam County League volleyball crown Tuesday evening.

The Vikings came out strong at Miller City and laid claim to their seventh PCL title in eight years, ouright or shared, as they topped the Wildcats 25-16, 25-13, 25-13

The fourth ranked Vikings finish 6-0 in the PCL and are 19-2 overall, Miller City is 4-2 in the PCL and 12-8 overall.

Selena Loredo served up four aces for Leipsic on 17-of-17 serving with 20 assists on 37-of-38 setting and Lyndie Hazelton had 18 assists on 34-of-34 setting and she was 14-of-14 serving. Brooke Brown was 12-of-13 serving with 11 digs, Kacey Dulle was 10-of-11 serving with 15 digs.

Hayley Heitmeyer pounded 22 kills on 32-of-34 hitting, Carlee Siefker had 10 kills on 17-of-19 hitting and was 9-of-9 serving with nine digs. Liz Scheckelhoff had eight kills on 14-of-14 hitting with three blocks.

Kylie Berner had nine kills for the Wildcats, while Abi Teders and Sofie van Wezel both had five kills. Brittany Kuhlman had 15 assists, while Tessa Odey had 12 digs and Abi Lammers had 11 digs.

Leipsic won the junior varsity match 25-17, 25-15.

Coliumbus Grove 3

Ada 2

ADA - Columbus Grove overcame a 2-1 deficit Tuesday evening to defeat Ada 25-23, 21-25, 24-26, 25-17, 15-12 in Northwest Conference volleyball action.

The win allows the Bulldogs to earn a share of the NWC title along with Crestview.

Haley Radabaugh served up a pair of aces on 14-of-16 serving and had 19 kills on 41-of-44 hitting with seven digs and Amy Vorst had two aces on 14-of-14 serving with 26 digs and Peyton Brubaker had an ace on 14-of-16 serving with five kills.

Rylee Sybert handed out 32 assist and had 16 kills on 42-of-47 hitting with 15 digs and Becca Choi had 10 assists and was 17-of-18 serving with 17 digs. Lauren Benroth had 10 assists and Emily Ridinger had 11 digs.

Ottawa-Glandorf 3

Wapakoneta 0

OTTAWA - Ottawa-Glandorf claimed a share of the Western Buckeye League crown Tuesday evening with a 25-17, 25-8, 25-13 win over Wapakoneta.

The win moves the top ranked Titans to 8-0 in the WBL and 19-1 overall, O-G can claim an outright WBL championship with a win over Elida Thursday evening in Elida.

Claire Eiden served up five aces for the Titans on 22-of-24 serving with 15 digs and Bri Schimmoeller had three aces on 10-of-10 serving with 11 assists on 25-of-27 setting. Kendra Ellerbrock had 12 assists on 42-of-45 setting.

Taylor Alt had 15 kills for the Titans on 28-of-32 hitting with three blocks and Alaina Schimmoeller had six kills and Erica Annesser had 12 digs.

The Titans won the junior varsity match 25-8, 25-8 and the freshman won in two games.