(Republic, Mo) The night began with dual between an unhealthy Camdenton team and #1 ranked Neosho. Before the dual even began Camdenton handed Neosho 42 points with opens at 106, 120, 138, 170, 182, 195, and 285. The dual began two quick pins by Dalton Kivett and Trenton Young. Camdenton would receive what would be their only points of the dual with an open at 132. At 145 Camdenton welcomed junior Winton Neal back from injury Neal would fall in a 2-0 decision to Robert G. Davis. Neosho would finish the dual with three straight pins by Alec Rothman Kyle Sanders and Zane Persinger. The final score was Neosho 75 and Camdenton 6.
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