The Neosho Lady Wildcats evened their seasonal mark to 2-2 with a 8-1 win Tuesday over Lamar at the Neosho Tennis Courts.
In their home debut, the Lady Wildcats won all three doubles and won five of the six singles matches against the Lady Tigers.

The Neosho Lady Wildcats evened their seasonal mark to 2-2 with a 8-1 win Tuesday over Lamar at the Neosho Tennis Courts.
In their home debut, the Lady Wildcats won all three doubles and won five of the six singles matches against the Lady Tigers.
In doubles competition, No. 1 Mandy Merideith and Sydney Hays improved to 4-0 on the season by defeating Brooklyn Davey and Morgan Brisbin in a true battle royale.
Merideith-Hays prevailed 9-8 and 7-2 in a tiebreaker, and these four later split off and faced each other in singles matches.
No. 2 doubles Kaitlyn Mitchell and Madison Huntzinger defeated Grace Dunlap and Kelli Sheat 8-2 and No. 3 Kelsey Allen and Baylee Scribner doubled up Emily McCaslin and Kayla Mayfield 8-4.
On the singles side, Davey earned Lamar’s only win, defeating Merideith 8-2 in No. 1 singles. Otherwise, it remained all Neosho nearly all the points, especially during a run of three straight 8-0 matches from No. 2 to No. 4 singles — No. 2 Mitchell over Dunlap, No. 3 Hays over Brisbane and No. 4 Huntzinger over Sheet. Allen defeated McCaslin 8-4 and Scribner defeated Mayfield 8-3 to round out Neosho’s 8-1 triumph.
On the JV side, Sarah Werner and Kennedy Watts won 7-5, Chaney Long and Mariah Pina won 6-5 and Werner won her singles match 6-3 to give Neosho an 11-1 overall edge on the evening.
Neosho returns to the Neosho Tennis Courts on Thursday to take on Monett, who are 0-6 on the season and have only won two matches this season in their first 54 against Aurora, Carthage, Nevada, Lamar, Carl Junction and Clever.