OTTAWA - Ottawa-Glandorf had just one practice since their last game last Friday.

The lack of practice didn't bother the Lady Titans as they rolled by Shawnee 73-29 in Western Buckeye League action.
O-G moves to 3-1 in the WBL and 9-2 overall, while Shawnee is 1-3 in the league and 4-8 overall.
The ninth ranked Titans, in Division III, didn't waste any time taking control of this contest as their defense forced more Indian turnovers than they had points in the first quarter. Shawnee turned the ball over nine times in the opening quarter that helped O-G outscore them 24-8. The Indians had an early 3-2 lead on the Titans before O-G went on a 9-0 run that put the Titans in control.
With the Titan defense clamping down on the Indians, O-G was able to turn those mistakes into easy points and with Shawnee getting just one shot on offense O-G was able to make quick outlet passes that lead to transition baskets.
The Titans fine play continued into the second quarter as they outscored the Indians 25-5 for a 49-13 halftime lead. O-G substituted freely in the second half with the big lead.
O-G forced 29 Shawnee turnovers in the game and had a 35-20 rebounding edge.
Kristen Miller led the Titans with 16 points, three assists and five steals. Anna Bellman had 11 points and eight rebounds, while Jill Rosselit had 10 points and five rebounds. Dani Ellerbrock and Kylie White both had four steals and Michelle Maag had four assists.
Ottawa-Glandorf won the junior varsity game 53-21.