NEW WASHINGTON - Mason McWilliams shut down Buckeye Central's batters and Daniel Bartley and Dalton Wise each knocked in three runs Thursday in Seneca East's 14-0 win.
McWilliams struck out 10 and gave up just two hits and no walks over six innings to move to 5-1.
Bartley scored twice, tripled and singled for the Tigers (15-3) and Wise went 3 for 4 with two runs and a double.
Jordan Bowerman also doubled and scored twice, and Darin Baldosser had three runs and two singles.
Tanner Zaebst took the loss for the Bucks (8-13). Austin Lutz and Cody Roberts both singled.
Columbian edges Willard
WILLARD - Columbian pushed across a pair of runs in the top of the sixth to overtake Willard and pick up its first Northern Ohio League victory of the season, 3-2.
Behind a quality start from Jerrod Windsor and some key stolen bases, the Tornadoes nipped Willard, which like TC came into Thursday winless in the Northern Ohio League.
Windsor came within an out of a complete game, allowing two unearned runs and four hits, striking out two and walking three.
Bryce Lonsway relieved and recorded the game's final out for a save.
Offensively for the Tornadoes, Chandler Hoover had two hits - one a double - and drove in a run.
Vince Anway, Aaron Maki and Nate Hoyda all scored runs for TC (7-11, 1-5).
Willard's Alex Storts had two hits, with Korey Mahl taking the loss.
The Flashes fell to 1-9, 0-6.
L-B slips past Jackets
FINDLAY - Liberty-Benton claimed a pitchers' duel Thursday, scratching out a 1-0 win over New Riegel.
Austin Mathias suffered the loss for the Blue Jackets, allowing just two hits and a walk.
Andrew Hohman lined two of New Riegel's three hits against the Eagles.
Lake smacks Redmen
MILLBURY - Lake jumped on top 8-0 in the first inning and benefited from eight Fostoria errors Thursday in a 19-9 Northern Buckeye Conference win.
Losing pitcher Chris Hampton (0-1) doubled and singled for the Redmen (2-16, 1-4 NBC), who surrendered eight walks.
Casey Kitchen and Rashawn Yarn also each doubled and singled for FHS.
Monroeville rallies in big win
Calvert took a three run advantage early but Monroeville scored six runs in the fourth and fifth inning combined to seal a 6-3 victory.
Eric Elchert led Calvert with a two of three showing at the plate, including a run and a triple.
Mike Bennett took the loss, despite seven strikeouts (0-4).