GLANDORF — Fifteen up. 15 down.

That was the linescore for Ottawa-Glandorf junior pitcher Ryan Maas.

Maas retired all 15 Continental batters he faced Monday evening in throwing a five inning perfect game in the Titans 10-0 non-league win at The Field of Dreams. O-G moved to 13-4 on the season, while the Pirates are 2-11.

Maas (2-1), a right hander, was in control as he faced just 15 Pirate batters, striking out seven.

O-G took a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first innings, then broke the game open with four runs in the third inning.

Tyler Zender and Chandler Kersh, two RBIs, both had two singles for the Titans and Tanner Schimmoeller had a double.

Page Thomas took the loss for Continental.

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Ottawa-Glandorf 314 11 - 10 x 0

WP-Maas (2-1). LP-Thomas.

Miller City 7

Holgate 2

MILLER CITY - Miller City used a big third inning on their way to a 7-2 non-league win over Holgate.

The Wildcats (11-4) had a 1-0 lead going to the third inning before scoring five times in the third inning. Holgate scored twice in the fifth inning and the Wildcats answered back with a run in the bottom of the inning.

Jacob Kuhlman (1-0) picked up the win for Miller City as he worked five innings allowing two unearned runs on three hits. Jacob Schimmoeller went two innings not allowing a run on a hit.

Hunter Berner had two doubles and a single for the Wildcats, while Ross Lehman had a single and double and Jared Fuka had a double. Adam Drummelsmith had two singles for Miller City.

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Miller City 105 010 x - 7 9 1

WP-Kuhlman (1-0). LP-Okuley.

Kalida 3

Antwerp 0

KALIDA - Randy Zeller was strong on the mound for Kalida Monday as the Wildcats defeated Antwerp 3-0 in non-league action.

Zeller worked four innings not allowing a run on three hits with six strikeouts. Austin Swift finished the game giving up a hit with four strikeouts for a save.

The Wildcats took the lead with a run in the first inning and they added two runs in the fourth.

Zeller had two hits and an RBI for Kalida, while Dylan Hoffman had an RBI. Blaine Warnimont, Noah Lambert and Andrew Krouse all had a hit.

Justice Clark took the loss for Antwerp as he worked four innings. Derek Smalley had two hits for the Archers (4-13)

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WP-Zeller. LP-Clark.

Liberty-Benton 6

Leipsic 0

LEIPSIC — Liberty-Benton ended Leipsics run of Blanchard Valley Conference baseball titles on their way to winning the 2014 title.

The Eagles blanked Leipsic 6-0 to win the 2014 BVC baseball title outright. Liberty-Benton is 8-0 in the conference and 19-1 overall, while Leipsic is 3-3 in the BVC and 6-14 overall. Leipsic had won or shared the last three BVC baseball titles.

Liberty-Benton scored four times in the fifth inning for the win.

Jared Neiling (8-0) picked up the win as he pitched a shutout with four hits. Caleb Russell had two singles and two RBIs for the Eagles. Alex Harter had two singles and an RBI.

Pierce Henry took the loss for Leipsic.

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Leipsic 000 000 0 - 0 4 3

WP-Neiling (8-0). LP-Henry.

Van Buren 11

Pandora-Gilboa 1

VAN BUREN — Van Buren used a six run second inning on their way to a 11-1 Blanchard Valley Conference win over Pandora-Gilboa Monday.

The Rockets took a 1-0 lead in the top of the second only to see the Black Knights come back with six runs in the bottom of the inning.

Jameson Jacobs picked up the win for Van Buren. Jacobs had two singles,a double and three RBIs at the plate and Schuler Turner had three singles and an RBI for Van Buren (5-2, 12-5).

Dustin Rieman took the loss for P-G (3-5, 8-10). Alex Osborn and Rieman both had two hits for the Rockets.

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WP-Jacobs. LP-Rieman.