The host Pirate girls scored 104 points to the Crimson Flashes’ 84. In boys action, Willard took third with 63 points.
For the girls, five different relay teams took first place.
The 4x1600 relay of Morgan Dams, Jillian Schloemer, Amy Delangel and Emily Rothaar won in 23:18.93, while the 4x200 relay of Alyse Cok, Lydia Wiers, Mckenna Stephens and Felicia Rosvanis won in 1:51.62.
The girls distance medley of Morgan Adams, Kassidy Lofland, Schloemer and Rothaar took first in 14:02.9, while the 4x800 of Schloemer, Delangel, Katie Ruppert and Morgan Adams won in 11:06.33.
Also taking the top time for Willard was the 4x400 of Wiers, Cok, Stephens and Rosvanis in 4:19.92.
Finishing second for Willard was Niajha Walker in the 100 dash (13.10 seconds), and Rosvanis in the high jump (4-feet-5). Triston Buurma was also second in the shot put at 32-feet-3.5.
Also taking second place was the 4x100 relay of Allison Silcox, Wiers, Lofland and Walker in 52.84 seconds.
For the Willard boys, Joey Holida and Myles Pinkston were first and second in the high jump at 6-feet-3 and 6-feet-1. Jacob Aicholtz won the shot put with an effort of 51-feet-1.5
Placing second for the Crimson Flashes boys included Josh Holida in the discus throw (151-feet-2) and Dorian Holida in the long jump (20-feet-8.75).
Three relays also took second for Willard.
The 4x1600 of Zack Keaton, Hayden Meisner, Nathan Cofer and Justin Gillmor clocked in with a time of 20:17.72. The distance medley of Jerrett Sowers, Aaron Stephens, Justin Gillmore, Zack Keaton second in 11:41.93
Also placing second was the 4x800 relay of Trenton Ruppert, Cofer, Ethan Slone and Gillmor in 8:43.28.
Edison 7, Calvert 4
TIFFIN — The Chargers battled back from an early 3-1 deficit to top the Senecas in Friday’s SBC crossover game.
Edison (11-6) used a four-run third en route to a 6-3 advantage.
Richard Crooks, who tossed the first four innings, got the victory for the Chargers. He gave up three runs on three hits, striking out and walking five each.
With the bat, Crooks went 3 for 5 with two doubles and an RBI. Jacobee Kessler had a hit and an RBI, while Cody Scott had a hit and two RBIs.
Bryce Roberts, Caleb Bissell, Cooper McIntyre and Tyler Barron all added a single for Edison, which will visit Norwalk for a single game at 11 a.m. today.
Monroeville 10, Lucas 0 (5 inn.)
MONROEVILLE — In a potential district tournament preview, the state-ranked Eagles dominated in a one-hit shutout over the visiting Cubs.
For Monroeville (18-2), Ashlyn Tommas was 3 for 4 with a double and three RBIs. Taylor Reer was 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs, and Alex Carper was 2 for 4 with two runs scored.
Paige Schafer, Carly Helmstetter and Skiler Hershiser each had a hit and an RBI.
In the circle, Helmstetter went the first four innings, allowing just one hit with six strikeouts and no walks. Payton Scheid threw a scoreless fifth inning by striking out the side on 13 pitches.
Monroeville and Lucas are the top two seeds in the Division IV Shelby district.
Danbury 4, Western Reserve 3
DANBURY TWP. — Grace Elkin and Madison Eakle hit one-out and two-out RBI-grounders respectively in the top of seventh to pull the Roughriders within a run, but the Lakers induced a game-ending groundout with the tying run at third to win Friday’s non-league matchup.
Western Reserve (0-19), which got three hits and an RBI from Sydney Ommert, led 1-0 after one inning, before Danbury scored single runs in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth innings.
Izabelle Good tallied three strikeouts, giving up four runs (three earned) on seven hits in a losing effort.
Eakle had two hits for Western, while Hannah Grose had a hit and scored a run.
South Central 12, Mans. Senior 5
GREENWICH — The Trojans improved to 7-11 overall with Friday’s non-league win over visiting Mansfield Senior.
South Central, which visits Mapleton today in a Firelands Conference makeup game, had 11 hits in the game.
Sierra Chill had a double, a triple, two RBIs and three runs scored for the Trojans. Sarah Oney and Kailee Beaver each added two hits, with Beaver driving in two runs and Oney added one.
Emma Keysor, Ellysia Driver and Madison Allen each added a hit and an RBI. In the circle, Keysor picked up the win. In seven innings, she allowed five unearned runs on seven hits with five strikeouts and no walks.
Elyria 11, Edison 0 (5 innings)
Edison 11, Avon Lake 5
LAGRANGE — The Chargers split a pair of games on Friday at the loaded 13th annual Prebis Memorial tournament in Elyria.
The Chargers (10-9) picked up an 11-5 win over Avon Lake in their second game on Friday. Deana Blatnik was 3 for 5 with two RBIs, and Lindsey Fortuna was 4 for 5 with a double and an RBI.
Leah Krul had a hit and three RBIs for Edison, while Alanda Fidler was 2 for 5 with an RBI, and Morgan Scott was 2 for 5 with an RBI.
In the circle, Fortuna allowed one earned run (five total) on eight hits in seven innings. He struck out three and walked one on 84 pitches (53 strikes).
In an 11-0 loss in five innings to Division I powerhouse Elyria, the Chargers were limited to one hit, a single by Alana Fidler.
Bellevue 11, Sandusky 1
SANDUSKY — The Lady Red inched closer to the SBC Lake division title with a run-rule win over the host Blue Streaks on Friday.
The Lady Red improved to 14-3 overall and 9-1 in the Lake division. They are alone in first place thanks to Columbian’s loss on Friday vs. Clyde with two league games remaining vs. Perkins and Norwalk.
In Friday’s win, Riley Mohr was 4 for 4 with two doubles and three RBIs for Bellevue. Alex Fiske was 2 for 4 with a double, a home run and four RBIs, while Lyndsey Seamon was 3 for 3 with a double and an RBI.
Also for the Lady Red, Raquelle Seamon was 3 for 4 with a double and three runs scored, and Sophia Pressler was 2 for 4 with an RBI.