Camdenton was on the mats in Republic Tuesday night to take on the Tigers and Neosho and the Lakers came home with a split, topping the hosts 52-24 while falling to Neosho 55-20.

Colton Libby was the first Camdenton grappler to record a pin against Republic in the 126-pound match and he was joined by Cort Petty (220) and Marcus Stephens (285) while Jacob Ziegler (145) won a 19-3 technical fall and Kaiden Davis (160) ttook an 18-3 technical fall. Jacob Fuglsang (113), Grant Garrett (120), Sam Gray (152) and Dakota Davis (195) went uncontested. 

Fuglsang (113) was the first successful Laker against Neosho as he recorded a pin and Garrett (120), currently the No. 6 Class 3 state-ranked wrestler in his class, added a 19-2 technical fall while Libby (126) won an 8-4 decision and Stephens (285) went uncontested. 

Camdenton heads to Branson on Saturday for the Branson Invitational at 9 a.m.