The Nixa Lady Eagles displayed why its considered one of the better teams in the Central Ozark Conference on Thursday with a 9-0 victory over Neosho at Nixa High School.

The Nixa Lady Eagles displayed why its considered one of the better teams in the Central Ozark Conference on Thursday with a 9-0 victory over Neosho at Nixa High School.

Neosho’s Kaitlyn Mitchell was the closest Lady Wildcat to victory on the day, but she fell 8-6 to Morgan Harris at No. 6 singles.

In other singles action, Neosho’s Zoe Mitchell lost to Hannah Nelson 8-0. Sydney Hays fell to Lyndsey Hamilton 8-0. Hannah Morrison lost to Hannah Todd 8-1. Sydnie Benjelloun lost to Alexandra Lurvey 8-2. Mandy Merideith lost to Ashley Everett 8-2.

At doubles, Z. Mitchell-Hays lost to Nelson-Hamilton 8-1. Morrison-Benjelloun fell to Todd-Lurvey 8-0. Merideith-K. Mitchell lost to Morgan-Harris 8-6.

The Lady Wildcats fell to 2-4, 1-3 COC.

Neosho B won a pair of matches while falling 7-2.

At doubles, Audrey Eastin-Joan Bentz split a pair of matches with a 6-3 win and 6-3 loss. Madison Huntzinger-Karyme Martinez won 6-1. Tamara Smith-Mikayla Winchester lost 6-0. Rylee Widener-Smith lost 6-1. Huntzinger-Winchester lost 7-5.

At singles, Martinez lost 7-6 (7-5). Huntzinger lost 6-3. Smith fell 6-4. Nixa did not list the names of its junior varsity participants.