OTTAWA - Ottawa-Glandorf was able to rally to force overtime against Celina Friday night.

The momentum the Titans picked up in that rally carried over in overtime as they were able to grab a lead. However, the Titans were unable to keep the momentum and Celina took advantage as they rallied for 69-64 Western Buckeye League win at the Robert J. Hermiller Gymnasium.
The Titans slipped to 1-1 in the league and 3-3 overall, while Celina is 4-1 on the season.
Celina had a 59-53 lead with 2:05 left in regulation before O-G scored the final six points of the fourth quarter to force overtime.
A three-pointer by Eric Moeder and an inside basket gave the Bulldogs the six point lead. The Titans finished the game with a 6-0 run as Alex Schroeder had a three point play and converted a Celina turnover into two points with 48 seconds left. The Bulldogs had two chances to extend their lead as Ryan Hoyng had two one and one opportunities in the final 1:21, but he missed the front end both times.
After the second miss with 34.1 seconds left, the Titans worked the clock for a game winning shot. The initially shot attempt was off and in a battle for the rebound O-G's Noah Bramlage was fouled. Bramlage missed the first shot and the Bulldogs called a timeout. After the timeout, Bramlage made the second shot to tie the game. Hoyng was able to get off a long three-pointer for the Bulldogs only to see it bounce off the rim as time expired.
In the overtime, O-G went up four points as Schroeder and Tyler Zender executed a nice give and go as Schroeder laid the ball in. After a pair of Celina misses, Schroeder drove the lane and pulled up for a short jumper.
After a Celina miss, O-G had a chance to increase its lead but did not take a quality shot. After Mason Ross scored for the Bulldogs, O-G missed a three-point shot, but was able to get the rebound only to turn the ball over. Hoyng tied the game at 63-63 with a basket and O-G turned the ball over on their next possession.
After a Celina miss, Bramlage gave O-G a one point lead with a free throw before Moeder gave the Bulldogs the lead for good with a three-pointer from the right wing. The Titans didn't score again as they missed three three-pointers in the final minute, while Celina hit 3-of-4 free throws to seal the win.
Hoyng had 24 points for the Bulldogs and Moeder had 14 points, with four three-pointers.
Bramlage led the Titans with 25 points and eight rebounds. Schroeder finished with 17 points.