ANDERSON — The Neosho Wildcats remained unbeaten in dual competition after cleaning up with their rivals McDonald County and Webb City on Thursday night to the tune of a combined 129-12.

In the nightcap, Neosho was an Oscar Ortiz tech fall removed from a perfect dual.

Gabriel Selby (120 pounds) won a 22-7 tech fall against Jacob Owens to start the dual and Hayden Crane (113) won a 9-0 major decision against Eh Doh Say in the evening's final match, but in between that it was all pinfalls and McDonald County forfeits to accumulate 66 points.

Here's the wins by pin: Cayden Auch (132) in 1:51 against Justin Smith, Bret Camerer (138) in 40 seconds against Jordan Meador, Alec Rothman (160) in 2:43 against Jack Teague, Keaton Sanders (170) in 1:31 against Alberto Valdez, Jeremiah Larson (182) in 1:50 against Jesus Ocampo, Caleb Elliot (220) in 3:16 against Jarred Maggard, Zane Persinger (285) in 1:22 against McCoy Ikoia, and Landon Kivett (106) in 1:06 against Ryan Donica.

Noah Reiboldt (145), Braxton Barnes (152), and Drayke Perry (195) each went unopposed and the Wildcats collected 18 more points to contribute to the rout.

In the second match of the dual, Ortiz earned a 5-all score by winning a 21-6 tech fall against Cade Daniel, but Neosho erased that early tie in style with the last 70 points.

Neosho opened up Thursday's triangular by defeating Webb City 54-7, as the Wildcats continued to especially finish strong on the back side, just a week after their come-from-behind victory at home over Oklahoma Class 5 powerhouse Collinsville.

Kivett (106) won by forfeit, Crane (113) won a 10-1 major against Donald Simonds, Selby (120) pinned Jacob Crandall in 3:33, Kolton Sanders (132) won a 21-6 tech fall against Snyper Herron, Barnes (145) pinned Jackson Taylor in 1:27, Rothman (152) won a 22-7 tech fall against Brayden Hollingsworth, Keaton Sanders (160) won a 9-5 decision against Ruben Lenker, Jeremiah Larson (170) pinned Jacob Ott in 4:44, Perry (182) won a 13-2 major against Gibson Sweet, Elliot (195) pinned Cooper Crouch, and Persinger (220) won a 3-1 decision against Matt Miller.

Webb City's only victories came at 126 on a Josh Copher 13-1 major against Daniel and at 138 on a Brantley Carter 8-5 decision against Camerer.

In the middle dual of the evening, Webb City defeated McDonald County 52-24.

McDonald County's Say (113) won a 10-7 decision against Simonds, Ortiz (126) edged Copher 5-3, Teague (152) pinned Hollingsworth in 31 seconds, and Ikoia and Donica each won by forfeit at 285 and 106, respectively.

For Webb City, Crandall (120) won a 14-2 major against Owens, Herron (132) pinned Smith in 44 seconds, Carter (138) pinned Meador in 54 seconds, Taylor (145) won by forfeit as did Sweet (182) and Buddy Belcher (195), Sergio Perez (160) pinned Valdez in 58 seconds, Ott (170) pinned Ocampo in 1:36, and Miller (220) pinned Maggard in 3:05.

Neosho and McDonald County returned to action Saturday in the Branson Invitational.