WILLARD - Tyler Fuhrer struck out 12 Willard batters to lead Columbian past the Crimson Flashes, 12-2.
Fuhrer walked one and allowed four hits in the victory. At the plate, he drove in two runs on a home run, a single and a double. Ryan Tittle drove in three runs with a home run and Logan Tracy and Shawn Cole each had two RBIs each.
Columbian started slow with a run in the first, then two in the third, then three in the third and blew up in the seventh with six runs.
Tigers rough up Margaretta
ATTICA - Billy Diehm scored twice and Robert Wolpert drove in a pair Tuesday as Seneca East thumped Margaretta, 9-1.
Diehm (RBI) singled twice for the Tigers (3-3), Wolpert (run) doubled and Dalton Wise (run, RBI) tripled.
Jarron Theis (run, RBI) backed them with two singles to help Grant Niedermier (1-1) get the win.
Shafer, BC turn
NEW WASHINGTON - Sam Shafer fanned 10 in a two-hit, complete-game win Tuesday as Buckeye Central upended Ontario 3-1.
Shafer improved to 2-0 for the Bucks (4-1), giving up four walks. He also went 3 for 3.
Justin Herrnstein (RBI) added a triple and Paul Richardson (run, RBI) and Alex Finney each singled.
Tyler Beal's double and RBI paced the Warriors. Marty Ernsberger (1-1) took the loss.
Bellevue blanks Rams
BELLEVUE - Upper Sandusky mustered just four hits as Mike Fry blanked the Rams in a 9-0 Bellevue victory.
Justin Mattix, Doug McKee, Adam Duress and Aden Ohl all had singles in the loss for the Rams (3-2, 0-1 Northern Ohio League). McKee (1-1) also took the loss on the mound.
Bellevue was paced offensively by Alex Manner, who had three hits, while Shane Iannello, Adam Manner and Sean Halladay all doubled.
Panthers mercy Old Fort
OLD FORT - Sandusky St. Mary's Trett Andrews owned Old Fort on Tuesday afternoon, scattering just four hits in a 10-0 Panthers' victory.
Andrews doubled to aide his effort. Cameron Weiss had a pair of doubles and Brandon Green had two singles and a double.
Old Fort (0-4) picked up three singles on Nick Yeakle, Hunter Perry and Garet Kimmet hits and Cole Davidson doubled.