Jorge Sosa had a goal for Sherman but the Bearcats came up just short of coming away with points after a 2-1 loss against first-place Prosper in District 17-4A action at Bearcat Stadium on Friday night.

Jorge Sosa had a goal for Sherman but the Bearcats came up just short of coming away with points after a 2-1 loss against first-place Prosper in District 17-4A action at Bearcat Stadium on Friday night.


Sherman (4-10-1, 1-3) will open the second half of district play by hosting Denison at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday night. The fourth-place Bearcats can tie their rivals for third with a regulation victory.


Non-district Denison 5, Durant 0


Brandt Krasovic had a goal and an assist as Denison defeated Durant in a non-district contest on Friday night.


Krasovic started the scoring in the 24 minutes off an assist from Orlando Macedo and Humberto Ortiz had his fourth goal of the year from Krasovic for a 2-0 half-time lead.


Lance Hefner connected with Krasovic for his team-leading 14th goal, followed by Macedo’s nine goal of the season from Daniel Green.


Lane Speigel finished the scoring thanks to Macedo’s team-best nine assist for the Yellow Jackets.


Michael Moran and Liam Sartor combined for four saves to earn the shutout for Denison (9-4-2, 2-1-1), which enters the second half of 17-4A action in third place when it travels to Sherman at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday night.


Girls District 17-4A Prosper 5, Sherman 0


PROSPER — The host Lady Eagles came away with a shutout victory in a battle between second-place teams to close the first half of district action on Friday night.


Prosper got goals from four different players and scored three times in the final six minutes of the first half to move three points ahead of the Lady Bearcats.


Sherman (6-11-1, 2-2) will open the second half of district play by traveling to Denison at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday night.


Non-district Denison 1, Durant 0


Miranda Poe’s first goal of the season gave the Lady Yellow Jackets a non-district victory against Durant on Friday night.


Poe scored in the 55th minutes off an assist from Stephanie Macedo and Erin Armstrong and Sarah McBride combined to make five saves for Denison (6-9-2, 1-3), which enters the second half of 17-4A action in fourth place when it travels to Sherman at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday night and can tie its rivals for third with a regulation victory.