Jae-Hoon Choi wasted no time putting the Huskies ahead at 145. Choi took Trevor David down immediately and pinned him in just 13 seconds.
Brian Serrano followed at 152 with a 4-0 decision of John Kilby and the run ended at 160 with Nathan Weller winning by forfeit, which gave the Huskies a 27-12 lead.
Perryville, however, made it interesting with three consecutive wins to pull to within three points.
Adam Campbell beat Philip Serrell, 10-4, at 170 and Nathan David controlled Eric Neutzling for a 6-1 win at 182. Noah Oakley closed the brief run at 195, with a somewhat surprising pin of Preston Weinberg in 3:16. The score tightened up to 27-24.
Connor Morton gave the Huskies a little breathing room at 220, pinning Steve Johnson at the 4:40 mark.
Juan Ortega pinned Ethan Miller in 1:42 at 138, and Carter Goscinski pinned Marc Taylor in 3:39 at 145.
Kenwood ended the run with its final win, a pin at 152, but the Blue Birds were also deducted two points for unsportsmanlike conduct.
The Mustangs closed the meet with three more pins. Mark Hopkins pinned Jeff Rasmussen in 1:32 at 160; Christian Trombley pinned Tyler Francis in 2:51 at 170; and Logan Dvorak pinned Nashawn Morgan in :31 at 182.
“I thought our guys came out hungry and looking to not just win, but to dominate tonight. These kids are finally starting to see what they’re capable of,” Mustangs coach John Thornton said. “We won’t be the favorites on Saturday, but were right where we want to be. I wouldn’t want to wrestle us right now.”
In the opening round, CMW won 10 of 14 matches against the Bobcats.