Carson Reeder scored six goals and added three assists, while Lincoln Beaham added one goal and three assists to help lead Etowah to a 19-4 win Tuesday at Sequoyah.
Ty VanSickle added three goals, Hunter Coleman won 75% of his faceoffs and Andrew Graner made six saves for Etowah (5-1).
Gabe Squalliace, Zach Hupp, Holden Samuels and Zach Cottrell scored for Sequoyah (2-4).
Harrison 8, Woodstock 7: Woodstock led 7-4 at the end of the third quarter, but Harrison scored four unanswered goals in the fourth to come from behind and win at Woodstock.
Charley Snyder scored two goals and added three assists, while Michael Sheppard added two goals for Woodstock (4-2). Stefan Duckett scored one goal and added two assists, while Benji Shackelford and Nick Evans each added one goal.
Wyatt Graham tallied four ground balls, while Michael Jenson added three ground balls.
Creekview 21, Cherokee 6: Ten different players scored as the Grizzlies won at home in the rain.
It was the largest win of the season far for Creekview (3-2), while Cherokee (2-4) dropped its fourth consecutive game.
Pierce Quarles scored a team-high six goals for Creekview and added three assists, while Gage Mugge added four goals. Creekview allowed only two shots on goal in the second half.
River Ridge 15, Mount Paran Christian 2: After two losses by a combined four goals, River Ridge earned its first victory of the season on the road.
Connor Gross scored a team-high four goals, while Patrick Hopkins added three goals and three assists. Ethan Lux finished with three goals and five assists, while Alex Cudabac finished with one goal and five assists.
Lucas Webb and Thomas Dugan split time in goal for River Ridge (1-2) and each finished with five saves in the win.
Denmark 10, Cherokee 9: The Lady Warriors suffered their first loss of the season in the home game.
Stella Starocsciak led Cherokee (3-1) with four goals, while Kylie Dunlap scored three and Claire Crotty two.
Woodstock 14, Sequoyah 6: Reece Morrish scored five goals and Devon Gamble added three as Woodstock won at Sequoyah.
It was the third win in a row for the Lady Wolverines (3-1-1), while the Lady Chiefs (2-2) lost their second game in a row.
Haley Graves added one goal and two assists for Woodstock, while Clara Welch added one goal and one assist.
Elizabeth Cooley and Peyton Harper led Sequoyah with two goals apiece. Kylee Schroer led the Lady Chiefs with four ground balls, and Audrey Dodge finished with 16 saves.
River Ridge 9, Marietta 8: Seven players scored for River Ridge as the Lady Knights earned the win at home.
Ellie Howard scored three goals to lead River Ridge (2-1), while Grace Hamrick finished with a team-high four ground balls. Kyla Anderson finished with four saves.