Andres Bajeca notched three goals to lead Middletown to a 4-3 win over Winton Woods.
Ramon Bajeca also found the net for the Middies.
Michael White scored all three goals for Winton Woods off penalty kicks.
Felicity-Franklin 4, Williamsburg 2: Austin Paskow led Felicity with a hat trick and an assist.
Felicity was forced to play with only nine men after losing its second player eight minutes into the second half to a card.
Felicity goalkeeper Joseph Glassmeyer had six saves. Noah Resiert scored the fourth goal.
Turpin 3, Kings 0: Three Turpin players scored to preserve its unbeaten season. Chris Workman, Oliver Walker and Frank Mayfield each found the net.
Elder 3, Fairfield 1: Elder’s Joey Sabato scored two goals. Eric Groll scored the insurance goal for the undefeated Panthers, who remain undefeated.
Summit Country Day 3, Seven Hills 0: Forward Sam Martin scored a hat trick to propel Summit over Seven Hills.
Goalkeeper Josh Campbell recorded four saves in the shutout.
Badin 3, Madeira 2: Badin came from behind to defeat Madeira despite being down a man after a red card in the 13th minute.
Summit Country Day 5, Seven Hills 0: Senior Addy Smythe delivered on two goals for Summit. Caroline Walton recorded four saves in the shutout.
Clermont Northeastern 4, Georgetown 1: Andrea Johnson, Kayla Nichols, Lynzee Sullivan and Lexi Walker scored for CNE which stayed unbeaten.
Cheyenne Dunseith scored the lone goal for Georgetown.
Harrison 6, South Dearborn (Ind.) 0: Logan Lake posted her fourth consecutive shutout for Harrison. Kayla Childs led the way on offense with four goals.
Ursuline 1, Lakota West 1: Lakota West’s Abby Prohaska scored with three minutes remaining to tie it.
Mount Notre Dame d. Mason: Dani Szczepanski and Natalie Steible each recorded eight kills for Mount Notre Dame in a 25-12, 25-11, 25-13 victory.
Indian Hill d. Mariemont: Senior Cassidy Zhang set the pace for the Braves with 30 assists and 12 digs in the 25-11, 25-8, 25-15 win.
Lebanon d. Huber Heights Wayne: Junior Rachel Perry had 10 kills in Lebanon’s 25-16, 26-24, 25-12. Holly Tropp had 30 assists.