Austin Verhoff threw a two-hitter and Ottawa-Glandorf scored the only run of the game without a hit in the sixth inning of its 1-0 baseball win over Archbold on Monday.
Ben Dietering walked with one out in the bottom of the sixth inning. Pinch-runner Ryan Maas stole second base and moved to third on a wild pitch. He scored on a run down play.
Brad Croy had two hits for the Titans.
Bath 8, Liberty-Benton 3
Eric Jordan had three hits and four of his Bath teammates had two hits in an 8-3 win over Liberty-Benton.
Colin Gossard was 2 for 4 with three RBIs and Eric Heffner, Cam Clark and Cam Jenkins also had two hits for the Wildcats (18-8) in a regular season game.
Defiance 10, Elida 1
Winning pitcher Derek Turner struck out 11 and had two hits at the plate. Austin Hancock also had two hits for Defiance (19-5, 7-2 WBL).
LCC 4, Ada 2
Trevor Hoff went 3 for 3 for the Thunderbirds. Seth Evans and Brayden Sautter had two hits each for Ada. Jamaal Harrison pitched six innings and got the win.
Perry 4, Ridgemont 1
Tanner Foley (5-1) got the win for Perry with a complete game. Baylor Buetner doubled and had two stolen bases for the Commodores (14-8, 9-2 NWCC).
Bath 3, Minster 1
Bath raised its record to 22-1 with a win over Minster (20-3). Kimmy Reynolds got her 21st win of the season and Julia Miller had two hits.
Delphos Jefferson 12, Perry 2
Jefferson won a Division IV sectional matchup to advance to a sectional championship game at Minster on Thursday.
The winning pitcher for the Wildcats was Claire Thompson. Leading the hitting for the Wildcats was Madison Jettinghoff going 2 for 3 with two singles and three runs scored), and Hannah Sensibaugh going 2 for 4 with two singles, a walk, and three runs scored.
Jefferson improved to 3-13 on the year.
Spencerville 10, Lincolnview 0
Tori Johnston struck out 10 and allowed only three Lincolnview hits. Eight different Spencerville hitters had one hit.
The Bearcats play at Marion Local on Thursday in a sectional championship game.
Parkway 9, Crestview 5
Sierra Fent hit her fifth home run of the season and allowed only four hits in the Panthers’ win.
Fent’s home run was the 19th of her career, which sets a Parkway school record.
Kayla Walls had three hits and two RBIs and Zoey Pond had three hits. Kayle Heckler and Rachel King had two hits each.