SYCAMORE - Jaime Calvin punched in two goals for Upper Sandusky Tuesday - one with six seconds remaining in the first half - and lifted the Rams to a 4-1 victory over Mohawk. Calvin scored her first goal in the 10th minute, but the Warriors knotted the game when Beth Dundore found the net in the 39th minute.
Less than a minute later, Calvin gave the Rams the lead back. The Rams' Grace Miller added a goal in the 65th minute, then Sarah Rall scored with 26 seconds left in regulation.
The Rams out-shot the Warriors 13-5.
Mohawk's Ally Weinandy had seven saves in goal, while Katlynn Seifert had one.The Rams' Keeley Stover had four saves.
Mohawk fell to 2-11-1. The Rams improved to 8-5-2.
Calvert ties Harding
MARION - Ammon Best's goal with 12 minutes remaining in regulation off a free kick gave the Senecas a 1-0 lead over Marion Harding, but the Presidents responded with 54 seconds left in regulation to forge a tie.
Harding's Davis DeLapaz's free kick in the final minute tied things at one, and that's where the game finished.
Anthony Traxler was in goal for the Senecas, who are now to 0-9-2.
Garver-led Eagles stay unbeaten
FINDLAY - Zach Garver scored four times Tuesday in Liberty-Benton's 5-0 North Central Ohio Soccer Association win over Columbian.
Garver booted home the first three goals for the Eagles (11-0-1, 7-0 NCOSA) for a 3-0 halftime lead.
Peyton Schroeder and Garver each added a goal in the second half, with Dillon Burkett stopping four of the six shots he faced.
Josh Gibson had six saves against 19 shots for the Tornadoes (9-4, 4-3) in the loss.