WHITEHOUSE — Five Titans scored in double figures as Ottawa-Glandorf defeated Delta 88-58 in the Division III district championship game Saturday night at Anthony Wayne High School.
Noah Bramlage led O-G with 22 points followed by Jason Schnipke with 19. Jordan Verhoff and Zac Unterbrink had 14 points each and Brad Recker scored 11 for the Titans, who connected on nine 3-pointers.
O-G built on a 16-10 first quarter advantage to lead 37-24 at halftime. The Titans then outscored Delta 25-14 in the third period. O-G will play Lima Central Catholic in a 8 p.m. Wednesday regional semifinal at Bowling Green State University.
Track & field
Everett finishes 3rd
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Bluffton University’s Trey Everett was the third-place finisher in the high jump at the Division III NCAA championships. Everett matched the winning height of 6-feet-11 but was awarded third based on the tiebreaker of fewest misses at that height.
Loveyjoy goes 1-2
HERSHEY, Pa. — Ohio Northern senior and Allen East graduate Cody Lovejoy finished with a 1-2 record at the 2015 NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships at the Giant Center on Friday.
Lovejoy, who entered the tournament as the top seed at heavyweight, finished his season with a 43-2 record and 27 pins.
He pinned Justice Davis of Concordia (Minn.) with 10 seconds left in the match in the first round on Friday morning.
He then dropped a 13-2 major decision to eighth-seeded Terrance Jean-Jacques of Rhode Island College in the Quarterfinals Friday evening.
In the Consolation Third Round late Friday night, he fell to seventh-seeded Anthony Edgren of Wisconsin-Whitewater 7-4.
“Obviously it was not the result we were hoping for,” ONU head coach Ron Beaschler said. “He had a great season and a great career. He accomplished two things that had not happened before at Ohio Northern — win 40 matches in a season twice and win the Elite 89 Award, which he did not once but twice.”
LIMA — The University of Northwestern Ohio (13-5) got dominant performances on the mound from seniors Ruben Medina and Ryan Burns, and at the plate, the Racers pounded out 28 hits on the day in sweeping Grace College (6-7) 9-0 and 9-1.
Medina (3-2) scattered four hits and struck out four in picking up his second career complete game shutout in game one. Ryan Burns (1-1) picked up the win in game two, allowing one earned run on four hits, walking two and striking out seven.