OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf's girls basketball team hadn't played a game in over a week.

The Lady Titans returned to the court Thursday evening for their Western Buckeye League opener with Elida. Despite the long layoff, the Titans didn't appear to miss a beat.

O-G jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in handing the Bulldogs an 89-37 setback. The Titans are now 1-0 in the WBL and 3-0 overall, while Elida is 0-1 and 0-2.

Elida scored the first points of the game before the Titans took control of the game racing out to a 23-7 first quarter lead. They continued to pull away in the second quarter outscoring the Bulldogs 27-7 for a 50-14 halftime lead.

Senior Erin Kaufman paced the Titans with a career high 24 points, while Ashley Schroeder contributed 16 points and Paige Sutter added 13 points and grabbed six rebounds. Peyton Warnecke grabbed six rebounds for the Titans.

Amiah Jones led the Bulldogs with 20 points and Hailey Little grabbed eight rebounds.

O-G won the junior varsity game 35-24.

Miller City 43

Ayersville 35

MILLER CITY — Miller City controlled the overtime period Thursday night as the Wildcats topped Ayersville in non-league action 43-35.

The Wildcats outscored the Pilots 9-7 in the fourth quarter to force overtime, then outscored their guests 12-4 in the extra four minutes for the win.

Ayersville had a 17-12 halftime lead before Miller City began their comeback with a 10-7 third quarter scoring advantage.

Natalie Koenig paced the Wildcats (3-1) with 17 points and Kylie Berner added 11 points. Adrienne Kuhlman added nine points and had four steals and Abi Lammers grabbed 15 rebounds.

Columbus Grove 55

Crestview 40

COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove struck quickly Thursday evening and didn't let up in defeating Crestview 55-40 in Northwest Conference action.

The Bulldogs jumped out to a 17-5 first quarter lead before adding a point to that lead in each of the next three quarters.

Freshman Kenzie King paced the Bulldogs (1-0, 4-0) with a game high 21 points as she hit four three-pointers in the game. Rylee Sybert added 10 points with five rebounds and Abby Gladwell had nine points. Angel Schneider grabbed five rebounds in the win.

Columbus Grove won the junior varsity game 32-22.

Leipsic 46

Vanlue 23

LEIPSIC — Leipsic held Vanlue to single digit scoring in every quarter Thursday night on their way to a 46-23 Blanchard Valley Conference win.

The Vikings never allowed the Wildcats more than seven points in a quarter and held them to a low of two points in the third quarter.

Leipsic had a 12-7 lead after one quarter and were up 28-14 at halftime. A 12-2 run in the third quarter sealed the win.

Calire Rigel led the Vikings with 14 points and seven rebounds and Liz Scheckelhoff had seven points and six rebounds.

Emma Biller had 13 points and 11 rebounds for Vanlue, which hit only 6-of-35 shot attempts in the game.

Tinora 57

Continental 50

CONTINENTAL — Tinora built a first half lead and held off Continental's second half comeback attempt to claim a 57-50 non-league win.

The Rams had a 32-22 halftime lead before the Pirates outscored them 28-25 in the second half.

Katie Keller led the Pirates with 14 points and Madi Sharp finished with 13 points. Catelyn Etter added 12 points to the Continental total.

Liberty-Benton 105

Pandora-Gilboa 9

FINDLAY — Liberty-Benton had a terrific night shooting as the Eagles rolled to a 105-9 Blanchard Valley Conference win over Pandora-Gilboa.

The Eagles hit 45-of-74 field goal attempts in the game for 60 percent as they were 10-of-20 from three-point range. The Rockets were just 4-of-31 shooting (12 percent) as they turned the ball over 41 times in the game.

Liberty-Benton had a 32-3 lead after the first quarter and were up 58-5 at halftime.

Lexie Neuenschwander paced the Rockets with four points, while Lacie Fenstermaker had three points and Makayla Kinsinger had two points and four rebounds.