Columbian rallied for a 4-2 lead in the bottom of the third, but Fremont Ross roared away from there.
The Little Giants (4-1) plated four in the fourth and nine in the sixth to roll off to a 15-4 win Thursday.
Mike Rohrbach (0-1) was saddled with the loss for TC (2-2).
Bubba Miller scored twice, doubled and drove in a run for the Tornadoes.
Bucks break away from Carey
NEW WASHINGTON - Buckeye Central broke open a tie game with Carey, scoring six unanswered runs from the fourth inning on in a 7-1 victory.
Austin Lutz held the Blue Devils in check all afternoon. Lutz struck out eight without walking a batter and giving up just five hits. Lutz also helped his own cause with an RBI.
Jordan Herrnstein, Eric Hanes, Ryan Wilfer, Tanner Zaebst, Seth Ollis and Seth Parsons all added RBIs. Bryce Christy scored a pair of runs as the Bucks improved to 2-3.
For Carey, (2-2) Corbin Blair doubled and drove in Alex Naeyaert for the team's only run.
Walk this way
FINDLAY - Fostoria baseball coach Dustin Smith was blunt when summing up his team's performance against Liberty-Benton.
"Eleven walks killed us again," Smith said.
The Eagles plated 12 runs off nine hits in a 12-5 defeat of the Redmen.
Robbie Crotty doubled for Fostoria (0-5). Chris Hampton, Casey Kitchen, Hunter Abell and Anthony Dean all added singles.
Early runs hold up for Wynford
BUCYRUS - Wynford put up four runs in the first two innings off Mohawk starter Austin Shock. Shock settled down after that, allowing no runs and had five of his six strikeouts after that point. But The Warrior bats couldn't overcome the deficit as the Royals edged out a 4-3 win.
Devon Fredritz had three hits including a double, scored once and drove in a run to pace the Mohawk offense. Eric Maskey doubled, scored and picked up an RBI while Grant Gucker also added an RBI and John Riedel scored a run.
The Warriors are left still searching for their first win at 0-3.