OTTAWA-GLANDORF’S CLAIRE EIDEN, right, and Miya Ellerbrock look to receive a serve Saturday against Columbus Grove. Eiden set a school record for career digs as the No. 1-ranked Titans swept Grove to finish the regular season with a 20-2 record. (Photo by Matthias Leguire)

OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf’s Taylor Alt and Erica Annesser combined for 20 kills and Claire Eiden broke the school record for career digs when the No. 1-ranked Titans swept Columbus Grove 25-16, 25-19, 25-5 in a nonleague volleyball match on Saturday.

Alt had 11 kills and Annesser had nine. Eiden’s 19 digs gave her the school record in that category, while Miya Ellerbrock added 12 digs and Brianna Schimmoeller had a team-high 25 assists.

O-G, ranked No. 1 among Ohio’s Division III schools, completed regular-season play at 20-2. The Titans will host Delta on Wednesday in the first round of the OHSAA tournament.

Columbus Grove finished its regular season at 11-11.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (20-2)

ACES: Taylor Alt 9, Erica Annesser 2. KILLS: Alt 11, Annesser 9, Maddie White 7. ASSISTS: Brianna Schimmoeller 25. DIGS: Claire Eiden 19, Miya Ellerbrock 12. BLOCKS: Alt 1, Annesser 1.

TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 3

FINDLAY 0

Findlay’s Ashleh Robinson had four aces on 13 of 13 serving and added 10 assists as the Trojans’ volleyball team lost to Tiffin Columbian 25-20, 25-17, 25-21 in a nonleague match Saturday.

Claire Doepker added 10 digs, Kylie Britton had 10 assists and Shannon Klotz smacked nine kills for Findlay (6-16). Aubrey Hucke had four blocks.

FINDLAY (6-16)

SERVING: Ashleh Robinson 13-13. ACES: Robinson 4. KILLS: Shannon Klotz 9. ASSISTS: Kylie Britton & Robinson 10. DIGS: Claire Doepker 10. BLOCKS: Aubrey Hucke 4.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Findlay, 2-0.

FRESHMEN: Findlay, 2-0.

MCCOMB 3

CAREY 0

CAREY — McComb threw a block party in Carey on Saturday, coming up with 22 blocks in all in a 25-14, 25-20, 25-20 nonleague volleyball win over the Blue Devils.

Alysha Like stuffed nine blocks, Brooklynn Downing had eight and Cayla Pitz (3) and Malorie Schroeder (2) added five more. Like was also 17 of 18 serving with two aces and 18 of 20 spiking with 10 kills.

Hannah Schroeder was 13 of 14 serving with two aces, 25 of 28 spiking with six kills and came up with 13 digs. Nicole Krassow was 29 of 32 spiking and had six kills and 17 digs for McComb, which ended regular-season play at 14-8 and will host North Baltimore on Tuesday in its Division IV OHSAA tournament opener.

Emma Wagner was 14 of 14 serving with two aces and led Carey (10-12) with 26 assists. McKenzie Row paced the Blue Devils with 11 kills and 19 digs.

MCCOMB (14-8)

SERVING: Alysha Like 17-18, Hannah Schroeder 13-14, Madison Buck 13-13. ACES: H. Schroeder 2, Like 2, Anna Threet 2. KILLS: Like 10, H. Schroeder 6, Nicole Krassow 6. SPIKING: H. Schroeder 25-28, Krassow 29-32, Like 18-20. ASSISTS: Threet 17, Alexis Shoop 7. SETTING: Threet 42-45, Shoop 38-39. DIGS: Krassow 17, H. Schroeder 13, Buck 10. BLOCKS: Like 9, Brooklynn Downing 8, Cayla Pitz 3.

CAREY (10-12)

SERVING: Emma Wagner 14-14, Sadie Arend 7-7, Bailey Tanner 6-6. ACES: Wagner 2. KILLS: McKenzie Row 11, Tanner 6, Addi Miller 6. ASSISTS: Wagner 26. DIGS: Row 19, Ellison Roark 18, Makenzie Snyder 10. BLOCKS: Arend 2.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Carey, 25-13, 25-18.

FRESHMEN: Carey, 25-13, 25-19.

VANLUE 3

JONES ACADEMY 0

VANLUE — Vanlue rode a strong all-around game from Audrey Phillips to a 25-14, 25-7, 25-10 volleyball win over Toledo Jones Leadership Academy on Saturday.

Phillips was 21 of 21 serving with eight aces, 7 of 7 spiking with six kills and 47 of 47 setting with 16 assists.

Maliah Snook was 20 of 22 serving, also had eight aces and was 11 of 13 spiking with five kills. Emma Biller was 10 of 13 spiking and had a team-high seven kills for the Wildcats (12-10).

VANLUE (12-10)

SERVING: Audrey Phillips 21-21, Maliah Snook 20-22 Amyiah Brenneman 5-5. ACES: Phillips 8, Snook 8, Brenneman & Lauren Kin 2. KILLS: Phillips 6, Emma Biller 7, Snook 5. SPIKING: Phillips 7-7, Biller 10-13, Snook 11-13. ASSISTS: Phillips 16. SETTING: Phillips 47-47. DIGS: Phillips 4, Snook 3, Biller & Kin 2.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Vanlue, 25-13, 25-15.

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