WAPAKONETA — Ottawa-Glandorf won a tight first game against Wapakoneta Tuesday evening. After that it was all O-G.

The Titans defeated the Redskins 25-21 in the opening game, they allowed Wapakoneta just 16 points in the next two games to finish off a sweep 25-10, 25-6.

With the win, O-G moves to 8-0 in the WBL, 17-3 overall, and claims at least a share of the league title. They host Elida Thursday in an effort to claim an outright title.

Claire Eiden served up three aces for O-G, while Kendra Kahle had three aces and dished out 30 assists. Carly Alt had 14 kills and 12 digs, Taylor Alt had 12 kills and 11 digs, Erica Annesser had two blocks and Brooke Kleman had 15 digs.

O-G won the junior varsity contest 25-12, 25-17.

Ada 3

Columbus Grove 0

COLUMBUS GROVE — Ada fended off Columbus Grove in the first two sets Tuesday evening on their way to a 25-23, 25-23, 25-14 win over the home Bulldogs in Northwest Conference action.

The win allows Ada to win the NWC championship for a third straight season as they finished 8-0. Columbus Grove slipped to 6-2 in the conference and 16-5 overall.

Carlee McCluer led the Grove effort Tuesday with three aces, nine kills and 17 digs, while Haley Radabaugh had seven kills, two blocks and four digs, Peyton Brubaker had three blocks and six digs and Amy Vorst had 17 digs.

Rylee Sybert had 15 assists and 11 digs for the Bulldogs, and Teyah Sautter had 10 assists.

Columbus Grove won the junior varsity contest 25-22, 25-15.

Leipsic 3

Miller City 0

LEIPSIC — Leipsic closed out their regular season Tuesday night with a 25-20, 25-16, 30-28 Putnam County League win over Miller City.

The Vikings finish the regular season at 19-3 and are 5-1 in the PCL, which right now is good for second place behind Ottoville, who finished league play Thursday with Continental. Miller City is 0-6 in the PCL and 10-11 overall.

Emily Butler served up three aces for the Vikings on 14-of-16 serving with five kills and nine blocks and Hayley Heitmeyer had three aces on 14-of-14 serving with 19 kills on 30-of-33 hitting with 10 blocks. Lyndie Hazelton was 10-of-10 serving with two aces and had 14 assists on 49-of-49 setting and Selena Loredo had 14 assists on 34-of-36 setting and two aces on 11-of-12 serving with 11 digs.

Sofie VanWezel served up four aces for the Wildcats with six kills and seven blocks, Katelyn Kuhlman had eight kills and Kylie Berner had six kills, two blocks and 11 digs. Cayla Troyer had 30 assists, two kills, three blocks and six digs. Abbey Schroeder had an ace and 32 digs.