Spencer Pauly and Morton Mogelmose each scored three goals Tuesday as Columbian blanked Calvert 14-0 at Frost-Kalnow.
The Tornadoes led 11-0 by halftime, with Pauly getting all three of his goals and Mogelmose adding two of his in the first period.
Garrett Bean, Mike Brady and Alec Demith each scored twice for TC (2-3), and Christian Kiesel and Hunter Stark also each scored.
John Obringer and Demith each added two assists, and Pauly, Mogelmose and Nathaniel Gilmer all had one.
Josh Gibson and John Funk both played in goal for TC, but neither faced a shot.
Columbian out-shot the Senecas by a 28-0 margin.
Josh Gibson stopped 10 shots for Calvert (0-3) and Jacob Zimmerman had four saves.
"They're well-coached and their kids played hard," Calvert coach Mike Fabrizio said.
"Our kids gave good effort. They never gave up in the game," he said. "We were just out-matched by a better opponent."
Warriors blank Presidents
MARION - Cambria Kohlenberg gave the Warriors the lead early in the game and sealed the deal with a final goal in the second half to give Mohawk a 3-0 win against Marion Harding.
Tori Smith assisted Kohlenberg on the first goal while Kim Danner did the same on her second.
Sarah Runion squeezed in another goal with nine minutes left in the first half with a Lexie Smith assist.
Mohawk improves to 3-2.
St. Peter's clips Rams
MANSFIELD - Mansfield St. Peter's answered each of Upper Sandusky's goals Tuesday to forge a 3-2 girls soccer win.
The Rams (3-3-0) struck first, with Sarah Rall converting a Brigitte Snow pass through the middle at the 19:56 mark.
The Spartans countered with two goals before halftime for a 2-1 advantage.
Upper Sandusky knotted the game when Snow took a pass from Mallory Weininger at the 21:36 mark of the second half, but St. Peter's went back in front seven minutes later and kept the Rams at bay from there.
Keely Stover stopped 11 shots for the Rams, who out-shot the Spartans 24-13.
Senecas, Blue Devils pack in titles
BUCYRUS - Calvert's girls used a 1-2 finish as the springboard to one title and Carey had four boys run in the top 15 to capture the other crown Tuesday at the Wynford Invitational.
The Senecas held off Plymouth's girls 35-42 on the strength of Olivia Smith crossing the line first in 22:29.16 and Morgan Smith finishing right behind her (22:29.71).
Sydney Berlekamp added a fourth (22:48.35), Marisa Horn came in 10th (23:17.73) and Corinne Harris ended 18th (24:19.12).
Carey took third (67) and Upper Sandusky ended sixth (139).
Sarah Walter (23:25.24), Alivia Stephan (23:47.09), Jaclyn Troiano (23:47.09) and Amber Spurlock (24:04.25) ran 11th through 14th for Carey.
Kirsten Garnder took 16th (24:11.84) for Upper Sandusky.
Buckeye Central did not field a full team. Amy Rietschlin ended 45th (27:10.54) for the Buckettes.
Carey's boys nipped Bucyrus 59-60, with Michael Patton (18:58.76) and Brayden Leist (19:06.18) taking seventh and eighth.
Zach Logsdon (19:20.6) and Ben Kromer (19:24.79) crossed the line 13th and 14th for the Blue Devils, and Oscar O'Flaherty added a 23rd (19:51.63).
Calvert beat Upper Sandusky 96-154 for fifth, and Buckeye Central came in eighth (216).
Upper Sandusky's Garrett Miller topped all runners by crossing the line in 17:34.25.
Calvert's Austin Schultz took runner-up honors (18:12.64).
Sam Robertson ran 41st (21:41.17) for Buckeye Central.
TC tennis hammers Sandusky
Columbian faced only two minor hurdles Tuesday in a 5-0 Northern Ohio League win over Sandusky.
Kelly Bishop gave TC a 7-5, 6-0 No. 2 singles win over Melanie Murray, while Sarah Guzowski beat Heidi Shipley 6-2, 6-4 at No. 3 singles.
The Tornadoes (9-1, 4-0 NOL) also got a 6-0, 6-0 No. 1 singles win by Alex Kramer over Hannah Long.
Allie Elchert and Audrey Vrancken blanked Brenna Garrett and Alexa Riesterer 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles.
Columbian's Kelsey Drown and Ashley Niedermier thumped Morgan Spencer and Shauna McConville 6-1, 6-0 at No. 2 doubles.
FHS still can't get a win
ROSSFORD - Fostoria's doubles teams pushed their matches to three sets, but the Redmen got no closer to a win Tuesday in a 5-0 loss to Rossford.
Pernille Knudsen and Alyssia Sandoval fell 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles to Rossford's Alaina Mitchell and Bailee Self.
Bulldogs (3-7) Hannah Marcinek and Erin Peters beat Autumn Affholder and Angelica Esquivel 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 at No. 2 doubles.
Megan Fairbanks defeated Cori Garrett 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, Meghan Fairbanks dropped Kendall McCoy 6-1, 6-3 at No. 2, and Amber Aspen blanked Lauren Risner 6-0, 6-0 at No. 3 singles.
The Redmen fell to 0-8.
H-L closes ranks in tri
FOSTORIA - Both teams had all four scorers shoot in the 40s, but Hopewell-Loudon fared a tad better Tuesday in a 175-178 win over St. Wendelin in a triangular at Loudon Meadows. Elmwood shot a 198 for third.
Bryce Gorrell's medalist round of 40 paced the Chieftains (7-2). Jarid Gelinas (43), Aric Creeger (45) and Christian Madsen all shot 47 or better.
The runner-up Mohawks (5-4) got a 41 from Gabe Walters and sub-50s from Philip Streacker (45), Kieran Campbell (46) and Joey DeHaven (46).
Marc Day's 48 led Elmwood.
Record score not enough
CAREY - Carey upended Calvert 161-168 at Bob's Countryside, despite Jeremy Hanna matching his school record nine-hole score for Calvert.
Corbin Blair shot a 38 for the winning Blue Devils.
Hannah fired a 32 for the Senecas.
Redmen bunch it up
BELLEVUE - Dylan Dewitt fired a 35 and three other Bellevue players shot 38 or better Tuesday as the Redmen stormed past Columbian 147-165 in Northern Ohio League play.
Jack Burkes carded a 38 for the Tornadoes (0-5) and Bryce Creamer had a 39.
Warriors improve to 5-0
UPPER SANDUSKY - Mohawk's girls stayed unbeaten Tuesday with a 218-265 win over Danbury at Lincoln Hills.
Katelyn Kinley's 46 paced the Warriors (5-0). Chelsea Clinger added a 52, Michaela Cook shot a 54 and Broke Weininger and Heaven Immele each carded a 66.