Jenna Wade had four goals as Milton (4-1) forced a mercy-rule shutout at Baker in girls soccer action on Thursday night.
Jessica James, Sydney Morgan, Kasara Lozano and Keely McNeal each scored once for the Panthers. Morgan had four assists.
Randi Bass and Conner McCreless took turns at goalkeeper, though neither faced a shot.
Milton will return to play hosting Panama City Arnold at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Tate falls to Eagles
Unbeaten Niceville (4-0) scored nine goals at Tate (0-3) before halftime to win by the mercy rule.
Scorers included Elana Pete, Miranda O'Neil, Eli Craft, Victoria Stringfellow, Sam Ditmar, Kaitlyn Brown and Julie Duchock.
Tate's Ashton Mayne had three saves in the effort. Suzanne Clyde blocked one shot for the Aggies.
Tate travels to Pensacola High at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Navarre (2-1-1) scored four goals at Pine Forest and allowed none to earn its second win of the season.
Hannah Gullickson, Gabby Armstrong, Morgan Littlewood and Hunter Moorer all scored for the Raiders. Littlewood and Sydney Whiteside each recorded an assist.
Eagles' goalkeeper Taylor Kendrick stopped eight shots in the loss.
Navarre will host Pace on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Pine Forest hosts Pace at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Kristy Gash scored four goals and Katelyn Burkhart didn't allow a goal as the Patriots rolled to an 8-0 shutout over Escambia.
Eleana Colvin added a goal and two assists for Pace.
Taylor Burkhart, Claire Taylor, Hannah Abrams also had goals for the Patriots.
Pace plays at noon on Saturday at Catholic.
Catholic (5-0) survived the trip to Gulf Breeze, defeating the Dolphins, 3-1.
Katie Richmond scored two goals for the Crusaders, while Shelby Presnell had 10 saves to hold off the Dolphins.
Megan Hawkins scored for Gulf Breeze (1-2) with an assist from Kiersten Edlund.
Gulf Breeze travels to Niceville on Monday. Catholic will host Pace at noon on Saturday.
BOYS Washington wins
Five Washington players scored goals as the Wildcats defeated Milton, 5-1.
Luke Baldwin, Mitchell Lipham, Ian Robinson, Ben Stevens and Davis Perkins all scored for Washington.
Milton's Patrick Greene had the Panthers' lone goal.
Washington goalkeeper Holder Hudson had 10 saves while Milton's Quinton Dobbs stopped 13 shots.
Navarre's Ryan Olson had four goals as the Raiders blanked Pine Forest, 8-0.
Taylow Wallace added two goals for Navarre (2-0, 2-0) and Kameron Bethel had one goal.
Nikia Hawkins had three assists in the win.
Raiders' goalkeeper Mason Goodnough stopped two Pine Forest shots.
The Raiders return to the pitch at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Pace.