PORT CLINTON - Jon Brown had three goals and an assist, and Nathan Stubblefield had three scores of his own leading Port Clinton to a 9-3 triumph over Columbian Saturday.
Brown scored two of his goals in the second half, while Stubblefield did all his damage in the first. Stubblefield's first two goals followed a score by PC's Josh Brown, who broke a scoreless tie by finding the net in the seventh minute.
Down 3-0, Columbian's Alec Demith scored in the 26th minute, but the Redskins answered and TC went to the half down 5-1.
Nathaniel Gilmer and Morton Mogelmose scored in the second half for the Tornadoes, who fell to 2-4.
Alec Ochs and Hunter Frye wrapped up the scoring for Port Clinton.
The Redskins outshot TC 21-11, with Port Clinton's Tytan Rumball making seven saves in goal.
Columbian's Josh Gibson made seven saves, while John Funk made a pair.
First-half surge paces Shawnee
UPPER SANDUSKY - Lima Shawnee knocked in three first half goals, and tacked on one more in the second to top Upper Sandusky.
Trey Brock scored twice for the Indians (6-1). Matt High and Austin Davis also had goals while Cory Wilder had an assist.
Troy Brinkman stopped three shots to earn the shutout. William Amert had nine saves for the Rams (6-3).
Mohawk girls blank River Valley
SYCAMORE - Tori Smith found the back of the net twice, and assisted on another goal in Mohawk's 5-0 shutout of River Valley.
Smith opened the scoring in the 22nd minute, then seven minutes later assisted Kim Danner on a goal to give the Warriors a 2-0 halftime head.
Audrey Flood extended the lead in the 57th minute on a goal assisted by Sarah Runion. Smith scored her second three minutes later assisted by Sami Lear, and Runion closed out the scoring of an assist by Jackie Pummell in the 88th minute.
Mohawk outshot River Valley, 15-2. Liz Runion made two saves to earn the shut out.
Rams lose to Eagles
FINDLAY - Upper Sandusky only trailed Liberty-Benton 2-0 at the half. Then the Eagles took off. L-B scored six in the second half, adding up to an 8-0 victory.
Keely Stover made 21 saves for the Rams, who were outshot 35-5.