OTTAWA — Ottawa's American Legion baseball team won a pair of games Saturday to earn the number three seed for Sunday's playoff rounds.

After going 3-1 in the first two days of the tournament, Post 63 earned the number three seed and will face Coshocton in an elimination game at 10 a.m. at Memorial Park. A win would send Ottawa to the semi-finals against either Sandusky or Piqua at Bluffton UNiversity this afternoon.

Findlay is the top seed for Sunday's playoffs and will face the winner of either Van Wert or Wayne County.

Ottawa earned the number three seed as they defeated Coshocton 12-2 in six innings and Wayne County 9-3 in six innings.

In the win over Coshocton, Post 63 (8-3) trailed 2-1 before scoring four times in the third inning to take the lead for good. They finished the game with a four run sixth inning.

Brady Hauenstein picked up the win as she allowed two unearned runs on three hits with five strikeouts and a walk.

Hauenstein had a double and single for Ottawa with three RBIs and Cole Niese had a double and single with two RBIs. Logan Miller had a double for Ottawa in the win.

In the win over Wayne County, Ottawa scored four times in the third inning and added three runs in the fourth inning. Wayne County scored theironly two runs in the bottom of the sixth.

Ryan Yingst picked up the win as he worked 5 1/3 innings. Logan Miller finished the game.

Owen Macke had a single and an RBI for Post 63, while Brayden O'Dell had two singles and an RBI. Miller and Connor Niese both had two hits for Ottawa.

Ottawa opened the tournament Friday defeating Piqua 9-7 at Bluffton University, then falling to Findlay 7-2 at Memorial Park in a game under the lights.