GALION — Upper Sandusky did not have an answer for Galion’s Devin McCarthy on Tuesday as he scored four times to lead the Tigers to a 4-3 nonleague win.
Luke Amert, Ross Swinehart and Jaidyn Thiel scored a goal apiece to lead the Rams (2-5-1). Anson Hill made six saves and Caleb Healea led with a pair of assists.
Stephen Thompson tallied eight saves for Galion (1-1-1).
goals: (US) Luke Amert, Ross Swinehart & Jaidyn Thiel 1; (Gal) Devin McCarthy 4. Assists: (US) Caleb Healea 2, Gabe Baker 1. shots-on-goal: Upper Sandusky 11, Galion 10. saves: (US) Anson Hill 6; (Gal) Stephen Thompson 8.
records: Upper Sandusky 2-5-1; Galion 1-1-1.
OREGON CLAY 3
Findlay and Oregon Clay were deadlocked in a scoreless tie at halftime on Tuesday. But the Eagles scored three times to start the second half en route to a 3-1 Three Rivers Athletic Conference win at Elmer Graham Stadium.
Austin Murphy, Keeghan Calkins and Skylar Mays each scored a goal for Clay (3-1, 2-0 TRAC), while Roger Warner assisted on the first two goals.
Carson Dale buried the lone goal for the Trojans (2-3, 0-2), who doubled up the Eagles in shots on goal, 26-13, and attempted 14 corner kicks.
Brady Shenise paced Findlay’s defense with 15 intercepts and five steals. Nolan Clouse added 10 intercepts and Kevin Kuhn made three saves.
goals: (OC) Austin Murphy, Keeghan Calkins & Skylar Mays 1; (FHS) Carson Dale 1. Assists: (OC) Roger Warner 2. shots-on-goal: Oregon Clay 13, Findlay 26. saves: (OC) Caleb Bradley 8; (FHS) Kevin Kuhn 3.
records: Oregon Clay 3-1, 2-0 Three Rivers Athletic Conference; Findlay 2-3, 0-2.
FINDLAY JV 3, OREGON CLAY 1
goals: (OC) Michael Sanchez; (Fin) Nick Simmermeyer 3. Assists: (OC) Lucas Young; (Fin) Colin Miller 2, Ryan Yarcusko. shots-on-goal: Oregon Clay 11, Findlay 11. saves: (OC) Brady Horman 6; (Fin) Jack Kenny 10.
records: Findlay JV 3-3.
MILLBURY — Riverdale goalkeeper Ethan Shane needed to stop only one shot as the Falcons blanked Lake on Tuesday in a nonconference boys soccer match.
Jackson Clark recorded a goal and an assist for Riverdale (3-2-1), which outshot the Flyers 15-1.
Ryder Egbert, Brayden Courtney and Coby Miller also found the net for the Falcons, who also got an assist apiece from Drew Frey and Logan Frey.
goals: (Riv) Ryder Egbert, Brayden Courtney, Coby Miller, Jackson Clark. Assists: (Riv) Clark, Drew Frey, Logan Frey. shots-on-goal: Riverdale 15, Lake 1. saves: (Riv) Ethan Shane 1; (Lake) Luke Heebsh 11.
record: Riverdale 3-2-1.
BLUFFTON — Bluffton converted nearly half of its shots on frame into goals in beating Wapakoneta 5-1 in nonleague action on Tuesday.
Simon Derstine buried a pair of goals to lead the Pirates (4-1-1), who fired 13 shots on goal. Jayden Mays, Isaiah Schwab and Jackson Steinmetz each added a goal and Dakota Clymer made two saves.
Luke Young and Jude Spallinger added an assist apiece for Bluffton.
Payne Harshbarger scored for the Redskins (3-2).
goals: (Wap) Payne Harshbarger 1; (Blu) Simon Derstine 2, Jayden Mays, Isaiah Schwab & Jackson Steinmetz 1. Assists: (Blu) Luke Young & Jude Spallinger 1. shots-on-goal: Wapakoneta 3; Bluffton 13. saves: (Wap) Mitch Dorsett 8; (Blu) Dakota Clymer 2.
records: Wapakoneta 3-2; Bluffton 4-1-1.
ADA — Jacob Poling, Skylar Williams and Jacob Thaxton each scored in leading Ada over Lincolnview 3-1 in the Northwest Conference opener for both schools.
Jon Allen, Chris Reyes and Wyatt Rettig added assists for the Bulldogs (3-2, 1-0 NWC) and Drew Hadley made six saves.
Lincolnview fell to 0-2-1 overall, 0-1 in the NWC.
goals: (Ada) Jacob Poling, Skylar Williams & Jacob Thaxton 1. Assists: (Ada) Jon Allen, Chris Reyes & Wyatt Rettig 1. saves: (Ada) Drew Hadley 6.
records: Ada 3-2, 1-0 Northwest Conference; Lincolnview 0-2-1, 0-1.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Ada 2-0.
LIMA TEMP. CHRISTIAN 1
CONTINENTAL — Continental answered Lima Temple Christian’s equalizer with two more first-half goals in Tuesday’s 3-1 nonleague boys soccer win.
Konnor Okuley scored twice for the Pirates (2-1), both in the game’s first 13 minutes, and Cole Bowers scored with 15:21 to play in the first half. Trevor Brecht made five saves.
Joshua Engle, 1:10 after Okuley’s first goal, scored for Temple Christian. Cody Motter saved five of eight Continental shots.
Neither team scored in the final 40 minutes.
goals: (TC) Joshua Engle 1; (Cont) Konnor Okuley 2, Cole Bowers 1. Assists: (Cont) Westin Okuley, Jarrett Keck & Bowers 1. shots-on-goal: Temple Christian 6, Continental 8. saves: (TC) Cody Motter 5; (Cont) Trevor Brecht 5.
records: Continental 2-1.
MILLER CITY 1
MILLER CITY — Elida jumped to a 5-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 7-1 win over Miller City on Tuesday in a nonlegue boys soccer contest.
Seth Mahlmeister scored three goals for Elida. Max Parker, Logan Johnson, Corbin Fingerk and Dylan Kendall added one each for the unbeaten Bulldogs, who outshot Miller City 20-8 in improving to 3-0-1.
Miller City (1-5) avoided the shutout when Isaac Fillinger found the back of the net at the 10:05 mark of the second half.
GOALS: (Eli) Seth Mahlmeister 3, Max Parker, Logan Johnson, Corbin Fingerk, Dylan Kendall. (MC) Isaac Fillinger. SHOTS-ON-GOAL: Elida 20, Miller City 8. GOALIE SAVES: (Eli) Caleb Jones 5. (MC) Joseph Deitering 9.
RECORDS: Elida 3-0-1. Miller City 1-5.