It took Dan Kwiat all of 4:32 to win a pair of matches, and lead Calvert to a split against Danbury and Margaretta.
The Senecas beat Danbury, 18-4, then fell to Margaretta, 65-6.
Kwiat scored Calvert's only contested victories of the night. Against Danbury's 220-pounder Jonathan McClellan, he scored a pin in 3:27. Against Margaretta's Edward Huber, he needed just 1:05 to record another fall.
"He got to get out there and get a good workout in," Calvert coach Keven Rinaman said.
Calvert's other wins (scored by Cody Kuhn and John Brodman against Danbury) were by forfeit.
TC girls strong at Ontario
ONTARIO - Columbian's girls swimming team had a number of winners Tuesday night at Ontario, defeating the Warriors 108-77. Calvert also participated, scoring 32 points. On the boys side, Ontario beat Columbian 130-64, while the Senecas scored two points.
Columbian's team of Lindsay Young, Sarah Hudacek, Natalie Howard and Rachel Hudacek won the 200 medley relay in 2:06.22, then won the 200 free relay in 1:53.35. The Tornadoes' team of Abby Burton, Megan Murphy, Hanna Musil and Jordan Jarrett won the 400 free relay in 4:33.40.
Burton won the individual 200 free in 2:24.93, while Rachel Hudacek won the 50 free in 26.32. Natalie Howard took the 100 fly in 1:06.31, and also won the 100 back in 1:09.79.
Sarah Hudacek won the 500 free in 6:00.97.
For the Calvert girls, Corinne Harris, won the 200 IM in 2:22.79, and the 100 free in 57.71.
On the boys side, Columbian's Chris Gates scored a first in the 500 free (5:18.2). Calvert's Anthony Traxler placed fifth in the 100 free in 1:17.27.
Williams win No. 100 as Tornadoes go 1-1
GALION -Seth Williams had a tough assignment to reach his 100th career win.
The 152-pound junior grappler had to go up against Galion Northmor's Colin Disconte, a state qualifier.
Williams took the challenge in stride, scoring a 9-1 major decision.
"He wrestled awesome against that kid," said Columbian coach Chad Long. "Seth took it to him and broke him down."
It was one of the highlights as Columbian split a pair of matches, beating Mansfield Senior 58-27 before falling to Northmor, 42-34.
Williams scored a forfeit victory against the Tigers.
TC 106-pounder Lalo Ludwick notched a pair of pins, while Tyler Mesnard (160) also won two matches.
Oliver Stevens (126) and Derik Kopp (138) also recorded a pair of wins for Columbian.
"Overall, our young kids wrestled pretty darn good," Long said. "They're ahead of schedule.
SW grad Geroski leads Capital over HU
BEXLEY - St. Wendelin graduate Lauren "Cookie" Geroski started tied for the team lead in points with 11, and added six rebounds as the Crusaders routed Heidelberg in its Ohio Athletic Conference opener, 76-43.
The Student Princes (3-2) were without key contributors Jordan Ickes and Kathleen Phillips, trailed 33-21 at halftime. They shot 32 percent (19 of 59) for the game, and were outrebounded 49-28.
Kyra Dorney paced Heidelberg with 11 points and six rebounds. Emily Giel had seven points.
Stacy Timmerman had 11 points for the Crusaders (5-2, 1-0).
HU places four on All-Region team
Cartel Brooks and Craig Sykes were among four Heidelberg players who were named to the D3football(dot)com All-North Region team.
Brooks and Sykes were first-team selections, while offensive lineman Quentin Rembert was named to the second team and nose guard Ben Poirier was named to the third team.
Brooks, one of the top running backs in Division III, ran for nearly 1,300 yards and had 16 touchdowns, despite not playing in Heidelberg's final regular season game with an injury. Sykes, a finalist for the Gagliardi Trophy, had 87 tackles, leading a strong group of HU linebackers.
Rembert anchored a line that allowed just six sacks in 2012, and blocked a potential game-winning field goal by Baldwin-Wallace that helped secure the program's first postseason bid since 1972.
Poirier had 56 tackles and 11 1/2 sacks.