OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf found an offensive rhythm mid way through the first quarter Friday night.

Leading Western Buckeye League foe Bath by two points the Titans went on a run that the Wildcats were unable to answer. That run, accompanied by several others, helped the Titans to an 86-53 win over Bath at the Robert J. Hermiller Gymnasium. The third ranked Titans improved to 3-0 in the WBL and 9-1 overall.

Ottawa-Glandorf had an 8-6 lead in the opening quarter after the Wildcats' Jonah Wauben connected on his second three-pointer of the opening quarter. The Titans responded with a 9-0 run that gave them a 17-6 lead that the young Wildcats couldn't recover from.

Two free throws from Bennen Blevins started the run that was followed by two points from Eli Schmenk before Owen Nichols grabbed his own miss, scored, was fouled and drained the free throw for a 15-6 lead. A steal and basket by Will Kaufman pushed the O-G lead to 17-8 before Bath's Andrew Stahr halted the run with a basket. Blevins pushed the Titan lead to 20-8 after eight minutes with a three-pointer.

While Bath's offense picked up in the second quarter scoring 19 points, the Titans were able to extend their lead as they scored 27 points that included five three-pointers from O-G. The Titans had a 47-27 lead at halftime.

The 6-7 Nichols led the Titans second quarter offensive assault with 13 points as he hit three three-pointers and scored two baskets on the inside. Schmenk scored seven points in the quarter, with a three, and Caleb Kuhlman hit a three for O-G. Wauben attempted to keep the Wildcats close with eight second quarter points, with two three-pointers, and Stahr had seven points as he also hit a three.

Ottawa-Glandorf put the game away in the third quarter with a 23-9 scoring run. Landon Jordan paced the offense with eight points and Nichols continued to score knocking down seven points. Blevins had five points in the quarter.

Nichols finished the game with 23 points, that included four three-pointers. Blevins added 12 points and Jordan had 11 points as 12 Titans scored in the game.

Wauben took game scoring honors for Bath with 24 points and Stahr finished with 13 points.

Ottawa-Glandorf won the junior varsity game 76-27.

Continental 62

Miller City 45

CONTINENTAL — Continental used a solid second quarter Friday night to defeat Miller City 62-45 in Putnam County League action.

The Pirates had an 11-9 lead after eight minutes before stretching their lead in the second quarter with a 19-9 scoring advantage. Continental had a 45-28 lead after three quarters with a 15-10 scoring run.

Mitchell Coleman led the Pirates with a game high 37 points as he knocked down four three-pointers.

Austin Ruhe had 18 points to lead the Wildcats.

Kalida 41

Fort Jennings 26

FORT JENNINGS — Kalida outscored Fort Jennings in the opening three quarters Friday night to defeat rival Fort Jennings 41-26 in Putnam County League action.

The Wildcats jumped out to a 9-5 first quarter lead and were up 16-7 at halftime as they held the Musketeers to two points in the second quarter. Kalida added to its halftime lead with an 11-5 third quarter scoring margin.

Fort Jennings finished the game outscoring Kalida 15-14 in the fourth quarter.

Luke Erhart led the Wildcats with 14 points and Brandon Miller finished with 12 points.

Zach Schulte led Fort Jennings with nine points and Evan Hoersten finished with seven points.

Pandora-Gilboa 58

Arcadia 45

ARCADIA — Pandora-Gilboa remained undefeated in Blanchard Valley Conference action Friday night with a 58-45 win over Arcadia.

The Rockets are 3-0 in the BVC and 4-5 overall.

Bryce Basinger took game scoring honors for P-G with 17 points and Dillan Krohn finished with nine points.