MILLER CITY — Ottawa-Glandorf wanted to get close to Leipsic to set up a possible last at-bat victory in the District 2 ACME sectional tournament at Miller City.

The Titans went one step farther than that.

Taking advantage of a pair errors and walks, the Titans scored four times in the bottom of the sixth to defeat the Vikings in an elimination game of the District 2 South ACME tournament.

With the win, the Titans advance to the District 2 district tournament Friday at 4 p.m. against Patrick Henry at Patrick Henry. The second game will have Kalida playing Archbold at 6:15 p.m.

The Titans trailed Leipsic 5-3 going to the bottom of the sixth after the Vikings scored a run in the top of the inning. Going to the bottom of the inning, O-G wanted to possibly tie the game and take their chances in the seventh inning.

In the O-G sixth, the Titans sent nine batters to the plate to score four times.

With one out, Trey Nienberg walked and Drew Kaufman reached on an error before Cory Warnecke singled to right to score Nienberg with Kaufman taking third base. After Warnecke stole second base. Mitch Schroeder walked to load the bases ending Dylan Schroeder's time on the mound. Drew Liffick took over on the mound and Gabe Hovest tied the game with a sacrifice fly to center.

Ethan Alt reached on an error to five O-G a 6-5 lead before Seth Sahloff lined a single to center to give the Titans a 7-5 lead. A fielders choice play at third base ended the inning.

In the Leipsic, they were able to get a one out base runner before Titan reliever Jarrett Johns closed out the game.

O-G took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first and held that lead until the Vikings scored three times in the fifth inning to take a 4-2 lead. The Titans came back with a run in the bottom of the fifth before both teams scored in the sixth inning.

Johns picked up the win for O-G as he worked three innings in relief of starter Alt. Alt and Sahloff both had two hits for the Titans.

Dylan Schroeder took the loss for Leipsic as he went 5 1/3 innings. Cole Rieman had a pair of singles for Leipsic.