Miami went 2-1 in Friday night's quadrangular wrestling match with Webb City, Mo., Coffeyville, Kan., and Pryor at the MHS gymnasium.

The Wardogs dumped Coffeyville 64-12 and Pryor 40-30, but suffered a 46-36 loss to Webb City.

Webb City went 3-0 on the night, beating Coffeyville 52-14 and Pryor 57-14.

“We didn't have everybody there, but we still won two duals,” Miami coach Justin Gibson said.

The Wardogs had three of their wrestlers remain unbeaten (7-0) on the season - Jon Smith, Jed Gibson and Bryson Williams.

Smith pinned Justin Landis of Webb City at 3:10 in their 130-pound match. He also won by forfeit against Coffeyville and Pryor.

Jed Gibson pinned Michael Gates of Coffeyville at the 53-second mark of their 160-pound match.

He dropped down to 152 for his other two matches. Gibson rolled to a 14-4 major decision against Pryor's Joseph Thompson and pinned Ariel Bonilla of Webb City at 1:39.

Williams, wrestling at 125, pinned Jake Hayden of Coffeyville in just 63 seconds and Brian Lovejoy of Webb City in just 41 seconds.

Miami had taken a 30-24 lead against Webb City thanks to Jed Gibson's pin against Landis. But Braxton Baker pinned Brandon Harkins at 2:42 of their 160-pound match, creating a 30-30 tie.

The Cardinals then ran off three straight wins to take the lead for good. Justin Jacks claimed a 17-5 major decision over Grant Bigby at 171, then Jonathan Dahlman and Chase Philpot won by fall against Tyler Johnson and Brandon Alley, respectively.

Jimmy Brock created the final margin when he picked up a forfeit win at heavyweight.

Miami led only 12-6 against Coffeyville but won nine of the last 10 matches - including seven straight down the stretch. Four of the wins were by fall from Blaine Fields, Jed Gibson, Johnson and Alley.

Brock put a cap on the win by posting a 9-1 decision over Greg York.

The Wardogs took advantage of a pin by Colby Anderson and forfeit wins from Smith, Williams and Fields to go up 24-0.

Miami also picked up a forfeit win from Eli Marquez, a major decision by Jed Gibson, a pin by Bigby at 3:27 against Marty Williams and a forfeit from Brandon Newell.

The Wardogs are idle until Jan. 3, when they host Fort Gibson.