The Neosho Lady Wildcats have gone from no wins to five overall in the matter of few days after their first win last Thursday against the Monett Lady Cubs.

Neosho picked up three wins in the Cabool Tournament over the weekend and returned home Monday for a 2-1 win (15-25, 25-13, 25-12) over rival McDonald County. The Lady Wildcats dropped the first set but came back with a vengeance in the last two sets.

Brianna Keho and Brylee King led Neosho with seven and four kills, respectively, while Keho led the Lady Wildcats with a pair of blocks.

Andi Johnson led Neosho with 16 service points and three aces, while Savannah Merriman and Emma Hames finished with 13 and 11 service points, respectively.

Emma Hames and Riley Funk contributed 10 and nine digs, respectively, while Ashley Sims tallied six assists and Melia Robertson five.

The winless Lady Mustangs (0-6) were led on the front line by Nicole Salas' three kills and three blocks and Katelyn Ferdig recorded three more kills.

Grace Poland had six service points and a pair of aces, while Kaycee Factor dug out 15 Neosho volleys and Kelli Brennand and Mattie Leach each had eight assists.

Neosho, 5-8 overall, returned to action Tuesday at home against Central Ozark Conference foe Republic.

McDonald County, meanwhile, returned to action Thursday against College Heights and the Lady Mustangs last won a match on September 23, 2017, against none other than Neosho in the Carl Junction Tournament.

Neosho ended its own extended losing streak earlier last season with a two-set victory over McDonald County.

The Lady Mustangs lost 19 straight matches entering the College Heights match.