Extra shots can’t help Columbian against Sandusky

Columbian had the shots, but just couldn’t find the goal.

The Tornadoes held a 25-9 advantage on shots Tuesday, but Sandusky got a pair of unassisted goals from Edgar Campos in a 3-1 Northern Ohio League boys soccer win.

Columbian (0-2, 0-1 NOL) led 1-0 after Jay Gase converted a Jared Anderson pass into a score in the 13th minute.

The Blue Streaks (1-1, 1-0) responded 16 minutes later on Toby Hill’s unassisted goal.

Campos broke the tie in the 53rd minute and added another score in the 77th minute.

Garrett Petrick tallied 12 saves in goal for Sandusky and Columbian’s Eric Schermer had six.

Campo keys Crestview

ASHLAND – Skyler Campo scored twice in the second half Tuesday to help Crestview pull away from Mohawk for a 3-0 girls soccer win.

The Cougars broke a scoreless tie on Alex Finley’s goal in the game’s first minute, and Campo tacked on another score two minutes later.

Campo’s second goal came midway through the second half.

Kayla Eichelberger had the assist on Finley’s score.

Ally Weinandy tallied 15 saves for the Warriors, who had just one shot on goal.

Miller scores five times, Rams romp

UPPER SANDUSKY – Brandon Miller scored five goals – he added an assist for good measure – and Upper Sandusky’s boys soccer team clubbed River Valley, 9-2.

Taylor Emerick had two goals for the Rams (2-0), while Sam Duress and Eli Kinley each scored once.

Aaron Pirc, Nick Hensel, Seth Lortz and Emerick each added assists for Upper Sandusky, as the Rams out-shot the Vikings 21-9.

In goal, Clay Musgrave had five saves for the Rams, while Scott Koehler added a pair.

River Valley’s A.J. Roth had 13 saves. Ryad Eddavad scored and had an assist for the Vikings (0-1), and Sterling Edler had the other goal.

Rams get pair of hat tricks

CALEDONIA – Grace Miller and Jaime Calvin each scored three goals and Upper Sandusky played a smothering defense Tuesday as the Rams blanked River Valley 10-0 in girls play.

Miller snapped a scoreless with 34 minutes left in the first half off a pass from Trudy Daughenbaugh, and the Rams added six more goals by halftime.

Miller, Calvin and Megan Hensel each finished the first half with two goals for the Rams (2-0) and Mallory Weininger also scored.

The Rams got a goal apiece in the second half from Miller, Calvin and Daughenbaugh.

Miller also turned in an assist and Sierra Carey added two.

Makenna Searls stopped the only shot the Vikings (0-1) managed to get away.

Shelby Kyrk stopped 13 shots for River Valley.

Genoa rolls past Stockaders

GENOA – Genoa shut out Old Fort 10-0 Tuesday in the season opener for both boys teams.

Jake Wilson stopped nine shots in the first half for Old Fort. Austin Cornelison added six in the second half for the Stockaders.