Calvert won all three singles matches, and it needed to, edging Fremont Joe, 3-2.
Madison Daniel recorded a 7-5, 6-0 win over Tricia Reinhart. Calvert's Laura Haley knocked off Madison Collins 6-4, 6-2. CeCi Burtis won third singles for the Senecas (10-5) with a 6-2, 7-6 (7-0) over the Streaks' Laura Baez.
St. Joe won both doubles matches, with Dani Baez and Ashley Burns beating Margaret Bowers and Regina Hoepf, 6-3, 6-0. In the second doubles match, Cassie Recker and Kerrigan Kwiat fell to St. Joe's Kelsey Nevius and Lillian Cool, 6-4, 6-3.
Shelby defeats TC
SHELBY - Columbian was blanked by Shelby 5-0 Tuesday.
The Whippets got a win from first singles player Ashley Stahl, who defeated Sarah Guzowski, 6-1, 6-4, then scored another victory when Katie Boor knocked off Julianne Peacock 6-0, 6-0. Katie Bowman defeated the Tornadoes' AnnMarie Petrosino, 6-0, 6-0.
In doubles play, Whippets Chloe Yetzer and Alison Naugle beat Tornadoes (7-10, 4-6 Northern Ohio League) Ashley Niedermier and Kayla Magrum, 6-2, 6-0. In second doubles, Shelby's Elaina Myers and Claire Yetzer topped Tiffany Walker and Sam Krintzline, 6-1, 6-1.
Clyde flies past Edison
CLYDE - Clyde swept the singles and tacked on a doubles win to claim a 4-1 Sandusky Bay Conference decision over Edison.
Lexi Weber won first singles against Morgan Schaeffer 6-0, 7-5. Amanda Cahill took her second singles match 6-2, 6-0 over Sydney Jansen. Andrea Nearhood added a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Ashley Schabel.
In doubles action, Desiree Boonen and Emi Bowers won the second match against Victoria Grames and Chelsea Imus 7-5, 6-4. Edison's lone win came at first doubles, where Karyn Schmidt and Taylor Schnellinger beat Brooke Smith and Clara Sewell 6-1, 6-4.
Panthers claw Redmen
FOSTORIA - Fostoria's second doubles team was the only one to win multiple games during Tuesday's match against Toledo Whitmer. Sabra Tate and Destinie Farris lost their match 6-1, 6-3, which was the best the Redmen fared against the Panthers.
Autumn Affholder lost 6-0, 6-1 at first singles to Tricia Kimmel and Jessica Kauffman lost 6-0, 6-0 to Erica Cochenhour. Whitmer won the third singles match by injury default.
At first doubles, Ellen Guan and Jillian Smith 6-0, 6-0.
Names of Whitmer's doubles players were not provided.
L-B shuts out Rams
FINDLAY - Liberty-Benton scored a goal in each half, allowing the Eagles to shut out Upper Sandusky, 2-0.
The Eagles outshot the Rams 16-5, with Upper Sandusky goalkeeper Keely Stover making 20 saves. Kaitlyn Hanrahan had six saves in goal for the Eagles.
The Rams fell to 7-4-2.
Emerick scores 5 goals
UPPER SANDUSKY -Taylor Emerick scored five times Tuesday, as Upper Sandusky ran over Old Fort 11-1.
Three of Emerick's goals were unassisted, and four came in the first half. Upper Sandusky scored 10 goals overall in the first half, with Cameron Brady scoring four goals and Brandon Miller scoring two. Miller also assisted on one of Emerick's goals.
Also getting assists for the Rams were Aaron Pirc, Nick Hansel and Brodie Johns.
Clay Musgrave had five saves for the Rams (7-6, 4-3 NCOSA), while teammate Scott Koehler had one.
Nolan Weaver scored the Stockaders' lone goal, while Jake Wilson made 16 saves.
Old Fort fell to 0-10, 0-5.
Truckers run down TC
The Truckers came to town looking to hook up a win, and they did just that blanking Columbian 2-0 to hand the Tornadoes their first Northern Ohio League loss.
Norwalk's John Woods had the game's first score in the 26th minute, and Alex Keefer scored the second in the 74th minute. Norwalk took nine shots on the goal, and Columbian (8-3, 4-1 NOL) took four.
Columbian goalkeeper Josh Gibson had five saves, while Wes Tanzillo recorded four for the Truckers.
Chieftains up to par
GALION - Hopewell-Loudon stayed undefeated with a win over Seneca East 180-190. Bryce Gorrell had the best day for the Chieftains, shooting a 38. Teammates Aric Creeger, and Jarid Gelinas were close behind finishing with scores of 41 and 42. Johnny Diehm had the best score for Seneca East, shooting a 44, followed closely behind by Braden Nagel and Jack Daniel who both ended the day with scores of 48. Hopewell-Loudon maintains their perfect record, which now stands at 24-0.