New Riegel pitchers Brandyn Reinhart and Brady Hall combined to no-hit Mohawk, overcoming wildness to deliver a 7-1 win over the Warriors.
Reinhart pitched the first five innings, striking out three and allowing a run.
It could have been worse; he walked 10, including walking in the run in the fourth inning when Grant Gucker got a free pass with the bases loaded.
Hall pitched the final two innings, and Mohawk didn't make much contact. He walked two but struck out five.
Reinhart improved to 4-0, while the Blue Jackets improved to 8-5, 4-0 in the MAL.
Andrew Hohman and Jake Dryfuse each doubled and drove in a run for New Riegel, while Josh Nye had two singles and scored twice.
"A league game is always big to win," New Riegel coach Jarron Reesman said. "Too many walks, we've got to eliminate those."
John Riedel took the loss on the mound for Mohawk, throwing five innings and allowing seven runs, five earned on 10 hits.
Van Buren gets past Calvert in 8
Calvert and Van Buren took turns knocking the ball around the park Friday, to the point where seven innings didn't determine a winner.
Van Buren kept up its offensive assault in the top of the eighth, plating three runs, and Calvert was unable to answer and the Black Knights scored a 12-9 victory.
Calvert was paced on offense by Brendan Deats and Eric Elchert, each with three hits. Elchert drove in two runs and Deats one. Deats scored four runs.
Jacob Zimmerman, Jesse Gase, Jacob Vera and Mike Bennett each had two hits for the Senecas. Zimmerman had two RBIs, as did Sam Palm. Vera and Gruss each had one RBI.
Ryan Brauneller had a home run to highlight Van Buren's day.
Willard shuts down Chieftains
BASCOM - Willard flashed ahead with a run in the top of the first inning, but then couldn't get much else working against Hopewell-Loudon starter Bryan Scherger. The Chieftains, though, couldn't get any offense of its own going. The score remained 1-0 into the sixth when Willard was able to get some insurance runs.
Hopewell-Loudon finally found its offense in the bottom of the seventh, but by then it was too late and Willard (2-8) claimed a 5-2 victory.
Scherger took the tough-luck loss, allowing three hits over six innings, and three runs, none of which were earned.
Jordan Stewart and Ryan Depinet scored runs for the Chieftains (5-11).
Comets blast off against Redmen
GENOA - A five-run first inning was just the beginning of a rough day for Dustin Smith and his Fostoria baseball team. The Comets tallied runs is each of the game's five innings and four Redmen errors played a role in a 15-5 Genoa win.
"Errors killed us this game," Smith said. "They hit the ball, we just didn't make the plays when we had them."
It wasn't all bad for Fostoria. Hunter Abell homered and Casey Kitchen laced two doubles. Kaleb Bemis and Alex Jackson added base hits.
Rams roll over Presidents
MARION - Upper Sandusky was sitting comfortably with a 5-1 lead when the sixth inning dawned against Marion Harding. But the Rams were not satisfied and didn't really feel like playing a seventh inning. They tacked on six runs in the sixth to end the game with an 11-1 victory.
Ross Dible and Sam Plott each picked up three hits with Plott adding a double. Josh Lear doubled and tripled while Alex Kenner, Daniel Newell and Alec Oney all had two-hit days.
Plott picked up the win on the mound striking out six while allowing five this.