KENTON — Ottawa-Glandorf head coach Troy Yant said his teams number one goal this season was winning the Western Buckeye League championship.

Thursday night his Lady Titans did just that.

O-G took care of their business defeating Kenton 43-33 to move to 8-0 in league play. Meanwhile, Defiance, who entered the night one game behind the Titans, fell to Wapakoneta 48-44 giving every other girls team in the WBL two league losses. This is the Titans (18-2) third straight WBL championship. They will try to wrap up a second straight undefeated WBL title next Thursday when they host Wapakoneta.

Ottawa-Glandorf got off to a good start Thursday evening as they had an 11-2 lead after the opening quarter. Kenton battled back in the second quarter to tie the contest at 12-12. The Wildcats were unable to take the lead and O-G finished the first half with an 11-2 run for a 23-14 halftime lead.

In a low scoring third quarter, the Titans outscored the Wildcats 7-4 to take a 30-18 lead to the final quarter. A Carri Johnson three-pointer late in the quarter gave O-G a 12 point lead going to the final quarter.

Kenton managed to outscore the Titans 15-13 in the final quarter as the closest they could get was eight points at 39-31. The Titans sealed their win at with two free throws by Bri Schimmoeller and an Ashley Schroeder basket as Kenton managed just two free throws in the final 1:31 of the contest.

Kadie Hempfling paced the Titans with 13 points, while Schimmoeller added 11 points and Johnson finished with eight points.

Ottawa-Glandorf won the junior varsity game 37-27.