SYCAMORE - Mohawk scored a pair of late goals Thursday to drop Marion Harding 2-0.
Natalie Ford converted a pass from Brooke Weinandy to snap a scoreless tie in the 68th minute for the Warriors (2-4-1).
Cambria Kohlenberg added an unassisted goal three minutes later for Mohawk, which held a 9-0 advantage on shots.
Pauly-led TC boots Rams
Spencer Pauly scored twice and added an assist Thursday in Columbian's 4-1 North Central Ohio Soccer Association win over Upper Sandusky.
The assist came on the game's first goal, when Christian Kiesel scored in the 10th minute for the Tornadoes (6-1, 2-1 NCOSA).
The Rams (4-3, 1-2) knotted the game two minutes later on an unassisted Sam Duress goal.
Columbian broke free a little more than 30 minutes later on a pair of unassisted goals - Pauly in the 45th minute and Mike Brady in the 46th.
Pauly tacked on the final goal in the 54th minute off a pass from Garrett Bean.
Josh Gibson stopped 10 of the 16 shots he faced for TC.
Upper Sandusky's Stevie Tracy halted 13 out of 19 shots.
Rams tie up Hornets
RAWSON - All of the scoring came in the second half, but neither team could break free.
Sarah Rall figured in both of Upper Sandusky's goals Thursday as the Rams tied Cory-Rawson 2-2.
The host Hornets scored early in the second half on a shot by Caroline Schutz, but Rall knotted the game on a direct kick outside the 18-yard line with a little less than 37 minutes to play.
Rall's corner kick was deflected into the goal by a Cory-Rawson player with 30:06 to go to put the Rams (5-2-1) up 2-1.
However, the Hornets tied the game on Brooklyn Shoemaker's goal at the 17:15 mark, and neither team found the net again.
Creeger's eagle sparks H-L
Eric Creeger's par-36 led the field and helped Hopewell-Loudon cruise in a triangular Thursday at Seneca Hills.
Creeger's score included an eagle on the par-5 No. 6 hole as the Chieftains tallied a 165. Bryce Gorrell added a 40 for H-L (13-0).
North Baltimore took second with a 179 and New Riegel ended third (203).
Jacob Frost's 43 topped North Baltimore (15-9).
New Riegel got a 46 from Lance Smith and a 49 from Travis Williams.