Ahrens scored 15 points as the Tigers opened up a 39-21 lead through two quarters.
The future Buckeye wiped the egg off his face after he fell dunking for his second basket of the game and showed off an array of skills as the half wore on.
The smooth lefty connected on a couple of 3-pointers and whipped passes all over the court, sometimes to unsuspecting teammates.
Meanwhile, Gordon’s first half was cut short by a pair of early fouls.
The Sidney point guard found himself in the third quarter, however, avoiding fouls and sinking jumpers.
He tallied 10 points in the stanza, generally creating shots for himself off the dribble.
It wasn’t enough for a Yellow Jacket rally, though, and their four-game winning streak was snapped.
Sidney (7-4, 5-2) is a game behind Butler in the GWOC American North standings and has a pair of games this week. Centerville visits Tuesday night while Fairborn heads north to take on the Jackets on Friday night.